From au:

Just two years ago, a chestnut gelding named Vow and Declare took a trip to a sale yard to be put up for auction.

His owner Paul Lanskey watched on as an air of disinterest fell over the Inglis Sales, with his young horse being passed in on a low bid of $45,000.
It was $15,000 under what he wanted, and so the Noosa businessman put Vow and Declare back in the float and drove him home. Read more

• Post-race fines for whipping made headlines the day after the race, jockey Michael Walker in particular who was the subject of a public outcry.

• Trainer Charlie Fellowes, whose horse Prince of Arran finished second and was ridden by Walker, says horses may need to be disqualified if riders don’t abide by rules: