Heathcote wants best media rights deal
Top trainer Robert Heathcote believes a better media rights deal is essential to continue the code’s upward spiral in Queensland.
Seven-year-old gelding Lord Von Costa has notched his first win since 2016 at Flemington, having come back from two tendon injuries.
Tim Clark has been seen at his best on two front runners at Rosehill including Embracer for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.
Trainer Mike Moroney is planning to run three-year-old Alabama Express in the Group One CF Orr Stakes after the colt made a winning return at Flemington.
Lashes has backed up her last-start victory with a wet track win at Rosehill while Enfleurage has franked the form with success of her own.
Two-year-old Personal has finished strongly to win in her second start at Flemington, with co-trainer David Hayes believing she’s a filly with a bright future.
Well bred filly Cellsabeel has stamped her credentials for the Golden Slipper with a comprehensive wet-track win at Rosehill.
Co-trainers Tony and Maddy Sears hope to continue their domination of the QTIS bonus races at Eagle Farm with Dark Son and Raging Pole.
Trainer Bjorn Baker knows he is taking a talented team of horses to Rosehill but he is less certain how a few of them will handle a wet track.
Trainer Steve Tregea has decided to try new tactics with Prioritise by dropping him back in distance and class at Eagle Farm.
My Pendant is scheduled to return in the Listed Kensington Stakes and trainer Danny O’Brien expects her to be doing her best work late in the 1000m-race.
David Payne is hoping he has another nice horse on his hands for owner/breeder John Camilleri in lightly raced three-year-old Fasano.
In-form Kalik is bred to be a stayer but continues to show top class form as a three-year-old sprinter as he heads to Eagle Farm.
Trainer Tom Button hopes a Mackay win by one of his horses is a pointer to a change of luck for another, Miss Lot Won, at Eagle Farm.
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The Hume Freeway is closed towards Melbourne, just outside of Wangaratta, due to a truck rollover. Emergency services are on site. Motorists are advised to detour at the Great Alpine road exit to get back on to the Hume Freeway. Northbound lanes...