On behalf of the breeder and Lindsay Park Racing, we are now offering shares in a gelded son of the very exciting Pierro. He is from a terrific family of stakes-winners – 21% of runners – including Group 1 winner BONARIA and MERCHANT NAVY. Update 4-Nov: MERCHANT NAVY won the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes at […]
The Victorian racing industries primary source of revenue is wagering. So it was welcome news this week that total wagering rose 8.4% year-on-year to $6.24b for the season just completed (end July).
Riding fees for NSW jockeys received a boost when Racing NSW matched their fee with Victorian jockeys – $200 per ride.
The connections of the Nigel Blackiston trained Groovin’ certainly understand the definition of patience, and they were rewarded by their filly winning her second race on Sunday at Bendigo.
It was welcome news recently when the NSW and Victorian State Governments announced the removal of stamp duty on racehorse insurance premiums.
In Europe, Coolmore’s Excelebration is proving to be a sire of classy sprinter-milers. His first-crop statistics are impressive.
The Australian Turf Club has extended the hours that horses can train at their three training centres.
Very interesting reforms to apprentice jockey training and working conditions were announced this week by Racing Victoria.
Three strong winners for the Shea Eden stable in June now has the stable sitting on 26 wins for the season.
The training operation of Lindsay Park scored their 100th Victorian metropolitan winner this week.
The federal government has approved funding for an industry-led research and development levy.
Is it any wonder Snitzel is the most popular sire in the country?