ThoroughbredNEWS, the industry news service providing daily thoroughbred news from Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Africa with international racing from England, Ireland, Japan, USA and Dubai. Raceday previews, reviews, changing wagering markets and industry commentary from ThoroughbredNEWS news desk correspondents and industry news partners from around the world.
Southern Ring dials up Whimiscal win at Woodbine
Sam-Son Farm’s Southern Ring broke sharply and fended off all foes late on her way to an impressive one-length win in Sunday's Grade 3, $147,250 Whimsical Stakes, at Woodbine. read full story
Sistercharlie turns the tables on her rivals as Pantall eyes Chantilly
Sistercharlie proved the worth of her two recent visits to Saint-Cloud when sweeping past her rivals under Maxime Guyon to land the first of the major trials for the Prix de Diane Longines. read full story
Un De Sceaux and Fox Norton to clash in Champion Chase
Ryanair hero Un De Sceaux and Melling Chase winner Fox Norton are set to meet in the BoyleSports Champion Chase on the first day of the Punchestown festival on Tuesday.  read full story
more news > view archives >
Rising star Nothingilikemore remains unbeaten
Next season’s Four-Year-Old Classic Series beckons for exciting galloper Nothingilikemore, who kept his perfect record after winning his fourth race in a row in the day’s closer, the Class 2 The Power Of Music Handicap (1400m) read full story
Midnight rattles four-year-old's in Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Trophy
Unheralded Midnight Rattler, a bargain buy as a yearling, struck a blow against this season’s four-year-old crop in the Hong Kong Jockey Club Community Trophy Handicap (1400m) at Sha Tin on Sunday read full story
more news > view archives >
Laser Storms home in time
Not many punters rallied behind Laser Storm on Sunday, but his in-form jockey Danny Beasley proved to be right on the money in his pre-race evaluation of his winning chances. read full story
more news > view archives >
Monday and Tuesday form
Monday’s meetings include Grafton and Ballarat, France’s Compiegne, South Africa’s Flamingo Park, UK’s Warwick, Pontefract, Kempton-All Weather, Windsor, Lingfield-All Weather, and Ireland’s Navan. read full story
Polarisation (GB) and Brown take the Sydney Cup, version two
The second running of the 2017 Group 1 Schweppes Sydney Cup (3200m) at Randwick on Saturday produced the same result as the no race on the first running on April 8th with Godolphin’s Polarisation (GB) and Corey Brown winning read full story
more news > view archives >
Revamped sales format for Karaka 2018
The first session of the 2018 National Yearling Sales Series will now take place on the evening of Sunday 28 January, instead of Monday morning with around 100 yearlings to be offered - the first of 700 horses catalogued together in the new 'Karaka Book I' read full story
more news > view archives >

©Copyright 2006 - 2017 Thoroughbred News.
All rights reserved
Development and Design by Web Element