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15 October 2018 1:36 AM Could Moody have been Godophin's main man? He never got to find out

Australian horse players have become used to seeing Godolphin's English trainer Charlie Appleby come out and mop up some of the spring carnival's big prizes in recent years. But could it have been Black Caviar's trainer Peter Moody arriving on these shores every 12 months to supervise the Blue Army's raid on the lucrative Melbourne carnival? Moody revealed 8

14 October 2018 5:15 AM Will he or won't he? Cox Plate decision looms for The Autumn Sun

Arrowfield stud boss John Messara doesn’t want The Autumn Sun to be the horse “that shoots Bambi”, making a Cox Plate clash with Winx the least likely of the three options available for the star three-year-old. Trainer Chris Waller, Messara and Ollie Koolman will sit down on Monday or Tuesday to decide the next target for the commanding Caulfield Guineas 20

7 October 2018 7:00 AM UFC 229: Arrests after McGregor defeat by Khabib sparks brawl

The drama then overflowed into the Octagon around an exhausted McGregor, with a number of people swinging punches before security could restore order. One man appeared to land a punch on McGregor. A "disgusted" UFC boss Dana White later told Fox Sports that three members of Nurmagomedov's team were arrested. “Three of his guys have been arrested, I believe 10

30 September 2018 5:48 AM Nictock ready to fly against handy sprinters after Kosciuszko blow

Mudgee trainer Cameron Crockett had hoped to showcase Nictock for the final Kosciuszko slot against the best flying horses in training on Randwick’s Kensington track on Monday. Instead, the race could be a launching pad for a spring campaign that includes a crack at the 955m series at Moonee Valley. Ruthless Agent was signed to the final spot in the Kosciuszko 7

12 September 2018 7:33 AM Cricket reforms cannot be 'clever' marketing exercise, says ACA boss

Australian cricket's players union has called on Cricket Australia to give their new chief executive a mandate for change to enact the recommendations from the ongoing reviews into the game. Just days out before the start of the domestic season, the head of the Australian Cricketers Association Greg Dyer has warned the governing body there are no short 26

7 September 2018 10:39 AM Ward to lead Cavalry ABL charge

It's a plan seven months in the making and one new Canberra Cavalry manager Keith Ward hopes ends in going one step better to claim the Australian Baseball League championship. Ward will take over the Cavalry reins from championship manager Michael Collins for the upcoming season, but Collins will return to the club he led to the 2013 Claxton Shield 17

6 September 2018 6:05 AM Boss still has doubters but Price believes he can eventually deliver

Now it's fair to say that Mighty Boss hasn't exactly done a lot to dispel the naysayers view in four starts since, but trainer Mick Price hasn't lost the faith as he prepares to saddle up the son of Not A Single Doubt for the group 2 Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes over 1600 metres at Moonee Valley this weekend. Price adopted an ambitious approach with the colt following 9

1 September 2018 9:43 AM Walker land a double and finds himself in trouble

Michael Walker left with a group 2 double for his boss Sir Owen Glenn and more importantly will be free to ride Comin’ Through and Pure Elation in a fortnight despite a five-meeting suspension from Randwick on Sunday. Walker is a retained rider for Glenn, who had a good day. He had to weather a protest from Dixie Blossoms after barging out on the turn on the Chris 23

29 August 2018 6:01 AM Gone: Umpiring boss Taufel quits Cricket Australia

Taufel has been praised by umpires, in particular for his detailed approach to the match official accreditation course. Taufel's primary role was overseeing umpires and referees at first-class and Big Bash League level, where he was meticulous in having match referees appraise the performance of umpires. One umpiring source said he was "well known for his serious 27

10 August 2018 9:42 AM $50,000 Federal provides temporary relief for battling ACT trainers

ACT trainers don't have much to smile about at the moment but trainers Paul Jones and Barb Joseph would have thoroughly enjoyed watching race seven at Canberra on Friday. Six-year-old gelding Anthonis cruised home to win the $50,000 Federal by almost three lengths ahead of Dylan's Deeva and Motime at Thoroughbred Park. Jones and colleagues Matt Dale and Nick Olive 21