Quackerjack wins Group Two Villiers Stakes
Tough four-year-old Quackerjack has earned a ballot exemption for the Doncaster Mile with a gutsy victory in the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick.
The Mitchell Freedman-trained four-year-old Living The Dream has backed up a recent win at The Valley with another win in a benchmark-70 at Flemington.
Signore Fox has climbed off the canvas to win the Listed Razor Sharp Handicap at Randwick.
The Candy Man is to be set for the Magic Millions Trophy after running a course record in his Eagle Farm win.
Godolphin-owned colt Conceited, a $625,000 Magic Millions purchase, has made a winning start to his career with a determined display at Flemington.
The Snowden stable has produced two colts to win and stake claims for the upcoming two-year-old features.
Godolphin cast-off Morton’s Fork has unveiled another string to his bow, winning the Christmas Cup at his first genuine distance test.
Moore Euros has won the Highway Plate at Randwick to boost the spirits of her injured co-trainer Richard Clarke.
Lightly raced mare Seasons has rebounded from a poor first-up run, relishing a hot speed to return to the winner’s circle at Randwick.
Racehorse owner and accused drug smuggler Damion Flower has been denied bail in the Supreme Court.
King Of Hastings’ connections will get a better guide on the gelding’s summer prospects when he has his second start back from a let-up at Flemington.
Two days after winning the Magic Millions Wyong 2YO Classic with Farnan, Tim Clark and Tulloch Lodge will chase an Inglis Nursery win with Dubai Star.
Trainer Gary Newham has set Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways on a path to the Magic Millions Trophy starting at Eagle Farm.
Tycoon Bella faces a rise in class as she chases her maiden metropolitan victory after scoring at Mornington and Ballarat.
UPDATE, 2.50PM: Thirty-two vehicles are now responding to the fire which is still burning out of control.
POLICE have confirmed there are so suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a Cohuna woman.
A teenager waved goodbye to his family and told them he loved them after being sentenced to four years’ jail yesterday following the death of a man in Shepparton last year.