Three years after Trouper Monelli gave him a breakthrough Group 1 by winning the Perth Cup, David Hobby claimed his second with Zack Monelli on Saturday night.
The WA sprinter could be set for the Group 1 Goodwood after his brilliant win at Caulfield on Saturday for champion jockey William Pike.
Trainer Gary Hall rates emerging star Jumpingjackmac above four of his past five elite three-year-old winners in the lead-up to Friday week’s Group 1 WA Derby at Gloucester Park.
Dynamic two-year-old Hoi An defied her petite build when rocketing home for jockey Shaun O’Donnell to score an upset win in the $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes at Ascot today.
Taking The Miki will be set for a Group 1 double after she won the $50,000 2YO Fillies APG WA Gold Bullion Final (1730m) at Gloucester Park last night.
Jockey Patrick Carbery is hopeful tough filly Liwa will turn the tables on Ex Sport Man in today’s Group 3 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes at Ascot.
THE Thoroughbred Racing NT board will welcome two new members to its ranks at the end of this month in advance of the Annual General Meeting to be held in Alice Springs on May 1.
Trainer Dan Morton will chase the first leg of an unexpected feature event double when he starts smart two-year-old Featherweight in the $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Ascot tomorrow.
Star Albany two-year-old Ex Sport Man will be out to add more feature success to his name when he contests the Group 3 $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday
Champion jockey William Pike is set to further boost his big following after being booked for eight mounts at Caulfield’s rich VOBIS meeting on Saturday.
Classy chaser Tiggerlong Tonk could give trainer Correy Grenfell a second Perth Cup win in three years at Cannington on Saturday night.
Impressive Ascot winner Kaymay will step up against some of WA’s best two-year-olds in the Sires’ Produce Stakes on Saturday.
Veteran racing scribe Ernie Manning runs a rule over yesterday’s trials at Belmont Park as Flirtini sets Belmont Park alight.
Jockey Troy Turner will retain the mount on Ex Sport Man in Saturday’s $200,000 WA Sires’ Produce at Ascot after the gelding’s regular rider Shaun McGruddy confirmed his return would be delayed.
Pinjarra trainer Brett Pope won his first hometown cup and Clairvoyance’s Ascot win caught the attention of sectional times analyst Vince Accardi, Jay Rooney writes.
Five-year-old Henwood Bay lived up to a special honour given to him by trainer Errol Ashcroft when he faced the breeze and tenaciously won Friday night’s Westral Pace at Gloucester Park.
Rachael Blackmore has became the first woman to ride the winner of the world's greatest steeplechase, the Grand National, steering Minella Times to glory.
WA champion Tommy Shelby snares the Golden Easter Egg Final
Top three-year-old stayer Western Empire gave supporters anxious moments before finishing powerfully for champion jockey William Pike to win the $400,000 Group 2 WATC Derby (2400m) at Ascot.
Former injury prone filly Benesari Lane caused a major upset when she rocketed home for reinsman Kim Prentice in last night’s $150,000 Group 1 WA Oaks (2536m) at Gloucester Park.
Trainer Dan Morton is banking on Temptacion improving from her first experience at a staying journey when she tackles the WATC Derby at Ascot.
Outback Jack has already exceeded Stephen Miller’s expectations and the trainer hopes that trend continues in tomorrow’s Group 2 WATC Derby at Ascot.
The sound of thundering hooves fell silent over the Bunbury Turf Club last night, as the iconic venue held its last meeting prior to a major track redevelopment.
There was a tinge of sadness as I drove out of the Bunbury Turf Club yesterday, as the venue hosted its final meeting before the major track redevelopment.
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