Horse Racing News Coverage - Australian & NZ Racing News
Anabolic steroid in Cameron-trained horse
AAP 15 hours agoA horse trained by Russell and Scott Cameron has returned a positive result to an anabolic steroid.
Spending To Win can earn Queensland trip
Chris Barclay 16 hours agoSpending To Win can join the procession of Sydney horses to the Queensland winter carnival with an impressive effort in the Hawkesbury Gold Rush.
Angland rapt Trapeze Artist will race on
Chris Barclay 16 hours agoJockey Tye Angland has welcomed the decision to continue racing three-time Group One-winning colt Trapeze Artist rather than retire him to stud.
Horseman Graham Salisbury ill in hospital
AAP 17 hours agoRespected horseman Graham Salisbury, is well known for his community work with Melbourne Cup winner Subzero, is ill in a Victorian country hospital.
Cradle Mountain to step up to city grade
Chris Barclay 17 hours agoCradle Mountain will attempt to continue his impressive form for trainer Clare Cunningham when he has his first metropolitan start at Randwick.
Sunday Pray to chase maiden Caulfield win
Craig Brennan 19 hours agoA dual winner at midweek level, the John Moloney-trained Sunday Pray will step up in grade when he lines up at Caulfield.
McEvoy has Antipas jumping at St Leger
Craig Brennan 20 hours agoTrainer Tony McEvoy is banking on schooling sessions proving beneficial for Antipas in the lead-up to the VRC St Leger at Flemington.
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The Melbourne Cup is the race that stops a nation. On the first Tuesday in November everybody pauses to watch what is widely regarded as Australia’s greatest annual sporting event. If a person only has one bet a year, it will be on this race.
Melbourne lays claim to three of Australia’s four greatest horse races, but Sydney has a firm hold on the fourth: the Golden Slipper. It’s a sprint race held over 1,200 metres at the picturesque Rosehill Gardens Racecourse. The $3.5 million prize purse makes it the richest two-year-old race in the world.
The Cox Plate has been recognised as world’s best turf race by the Longines World’s Best Horse Race Awards in London, sharing the title with the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes, while it is the only race in the Southern Hemisphere to have the honour of joining the prestigious World Series. It is a Group 1 thoroughbred race that takes place each year at Melbourne’s Moonee Valley, appearing on the racing calendar between the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup.
The Caulfield Cup result stands only slightly behind the Melbourne Cup as Australia’s most-watched horse racing event. Its prize purse of more than $3 million also makes it the world’s richest handicap races over a distance of 2,400 metres.