Racing Minister Martin Pakula has announced $330,000 in funding from the state government to go towards regional racing clubs.
Spring Racing Carnival 2012
Having grown up in the country, trainer Symon Wilde well remembers the older style of training horses.
Trainer Darren Weir and jockey John Allen have made it back-to-back South Australian Derby victories, with Volatile Mix taking out the Classic at Morphettville.
Darren Weir is considering taking on another apprentice jockey.
Darren Weir’s foreman Jarrod McLean says he is disappointed in a permanent ban on using Warrnambool’s Killarney Beach for training racehorses.
Ballarat trainer Mark Lewis claimed some rare city success when The Card Players prevailed at Sandown on Monday.
Matt Cumani produced War Story in perfect condition for a runaway victory in Saturday’s Warracknabeal Cup.
Big Duke already has a unique place in the Darren Weir stable as the premier Melbourne trainer's first Sydney winner.
Former Ballarat boy Ben Melham has won the world’s richest two-year-old gallops race.
Ballarat apprentice jockey Leticia Griffin has recovered from a serious car accident and will resume competitive race riding this Friday in Ararat.
Tony McEvoy admits a move to Ballarat is on the radar should he not be able to secure more room at his Flemington base.
Champion Ballarat trainer Darren Weir will achieve a new first this weekend.
Australian Turf Club is set to invest in stabling away from its metropolitan tracks and build up to an extra 300 boxes at Hawkesbury and Gosford.
Star trainer David Hayes is gunning for a second Black Opal Stakes crown, 23 years after winning his first with St Covet.
The Racing Victoria handicapping department have given sprinter Chautauqua a weight in Saturday week's $1.25 million Newmarket Handicap that could well help reignite the horse's profile.