Investing in yearlings and then having to sell shares is a challenge for any Racehorse Trainer. Buying shares in yearlings is an equal challenge, and buyers should demand disclosure, transparency and clear title to their share upon payment.
The very last race of the Melbourne Cup Carnival at Flemington was icing on the cake for the already well-credentialed sire PIERRO.
Read about Pierro’s pearler of a Spring so far, in our latest look at his statistics as a sire.
With the outstanding performances of High Chaparral’s progeny in recent weeks, we have reviewed his statistics.
This week, we share our opinion on a few matters related to Racing.com. Our two cent’s worth anyway.
A good initiative from the Australian Trainer’s Association (ATA) was announced in October – the Associations Race Day.
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.
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.
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?