Melbourne Cup pioneering woman jockey faces ban after positive test to banned substance.
Greyhound breeder admits yelling gang threats after a ruckus at a mixed-code racing meet.
A dedicated track work rider, mother and wife went to work on Tuesday morning but she didn't come home.
Two of the most prominent racing club's in the country have identified their new leaders.
Jockey takes up offer to head overseas: "You don't get too many offers at my age!"
Stewards have adjourned a high-profile horse racing inquiry until August.
Fight at high-profile racing meet gave the greyhound industry a bad name, hearing hears.
Michael Walker has fingers crossed that his injury woes are over.
He was with Chris Waller from the start in Sydney. Now Paul Shailer is returning to the fold.
Hello, hello - here's a filly with good form lines.
Apprentice jockey kicks home her first winner - and the bosses' horse is second.
Michael Coleman recovers from knee surgery, joins exodus of riders on sideline.
Former gambling inspector Kevin Coffey gets bail until fraud sentencing.
Kiwi horse upsets the Australian big guns for biggest win of his career so far.
Our racing reporters revisit the main talking points from the weekend's racing on both sides of the Tasman.
He's big, strong and fast and has earned his shot at the big time so long as he can go on with next season.
Jumps racing at Te Aroha unveils promising hurdlers.
Her colour is so rare she became an internet sensation at the sales and now the pure white filly is winning races.
Former Kiwi proves too good in his first start for Australian trainer at Randwick.
Classic a forerunner to bigger things for Underthemoonlight.
She's a star alright. Southern mare gets another big scalp at Riccarton.
Kiwifruit Cup too easy for Pacorus and Gatu.
Power horse racing stable under investigation for failing to report a case of strangles.
Kiwi-owned Torcedor runs well at Royal Ascot.
Mares to go into battle on testing Tauranga track conditions.
Trainer hoping her underperforming hurdler can return to form at Te Aroha on Sunday.
Mark Purdon will drive two Group I favourites at Menangle on Sunday but knows nothing will come easy.
Father and son set to battle it out until the bitter end, well the end of the season at least.
Greyhound bosses thrilled with level of nominations for new match-racing series.
Just when it looked like it was in the bag, premiership leader handed four-day suspension.