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Moore set to return at Newmarket
Ryan Moore will return to the saddle this Friday at Newmarket, with the three-time champion jockey deciding the injury he has been suffering from has healed sufficiently. read full story
Paddy Power and Betfair post positive interim results
Paddy Power Betfair posted their first set of interim results since merging in February, with the betting giants delivering double-digit revenue increases across all four sectors read full story
25 go forward for Britain's final Classic, the Ladbrokes St Leger
Ante-post favourite Idaho tops 25 confirmations for the final British Classic of the season, the G1 Ladbrokes St Leger, staged over one mile, six furlongs and 132 yards at Doncaster on Ladbrokes St Leger Day read full story
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Saturday meeting preview
Saturday meeting preview, selections, comments and odds - while Poly races dominate the day, our best bet comes in the lucky last - the only turf race on the nine race card read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Saturday's racing at Kranji
Race analysis and race selections for Saturday's racing at Kranji - the nine race broadcast commences at 3.20pm AEST on Sky Racing2 read full story
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McGauran resigns as CEO of Racing Australia.
Racing Australia’s Chief Executive Officer, Peter McGauran, on Thursday advised the Board that he will not be seeking to renew his contract of employment on its expiration in December 2016 read full story
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The Hayes report on Saturday's stable runners
Lindsay Park's David Hayes discusses the stable runners for this weekend read full story
The Run To The Rose a contest of the brightest
The Rosehill feature on the Saturday, the MTA Run to the Rose (1200m), is fully deserved of its Group 2 status with a field of 12 that includes some of the brightest young three-year-old’s off a juvenile season that has been lauded as one of the best in years read full story
Winx to be aimed at Queen Elizabeth Stakes in the autumn
Rosehill trainer Chris Waller said this week that champion mare Winx will definitely be aimed at the Group 1 WFA Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) at Randwick during next year’s Sydney Autumn Carnival read full story
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