Australian horse racing is one of the largest racing communities in the world and as such can be overwhelming to navigate and keep track of the most premium races and where they are taking place. Only racing covers all the top racing tracks in Australia as well as their listed races so that you are always on top of your horse racing bets.
Queensland’s fore frontal racecourses are largely thought to be Doomben and Eagle Farm. Their biggest races are the group 1’s of the Doomben cup / Doomben 10,000 and for Eagle Farm the Stradbroke Handicap. All these take place during Brisbane’s autumn carnival.
As for New South Wales, the prominent race tracks are Randwick racecourse, Warwick Farm and Canterbury. However, Royal Randwick is the outstanding force in NSW and Australian racing, host to some of the biggest races in the world and home to some of the best horses in the southern hemisphere. The most prominent races at the track would be the lucrative TAB Everest and the Golden Slipper.
Victorian Horse racing is the joint leader in the country’s racing scene with Caulfield, Flemington and Sandown park being the major Victorian horse racing tracks. At Caulfield the biggest race is the long-distance group 1 Caulfield cup, one of the major listed races in the country. However, the most weighty and largest race in the country is home to Flemington, being the Melbourne Cup, where some of the best long distance horses race every November.