Sarina Lewis The Big Group will be delivering breakfast, lunch and canapes to five marquees and 'countless' hampers to eager racegoers.
Michael Sharkie Hong Kong Cup winner Akeed Mofeed and Hong Kong Vase winner Dominant have been touted as possible tourists in 2014.
Now that he's worn yellow, Australian cycling star Simon Gerrans wants the whole rainbow.
Michael Sharkie While Australian-bred thoroughbreds and jockeys had the whip hand at Sunday's Hong Kong International race day, two major race winners could soon arrive on Australian shores to attempt a raid on the...
Adelaide Seemingly ageless German star will start a season-long farewell to pro cycling.
Chris Wilson Canberra's Rebecca Wiasak celebrated a gold medal at the World Cup track meet in Mexico on Saturday.
Michael Lynch Sometimes it takes a while to pay someone back. Jockey Michael Rodd knows this.
Australian breaks her own 500-metre time trial world record set last year.
Peter Davis Countless kilometres of air travel have cobbled together much of racing's brightest equine talent for Sunday's Hong Kong International meeting at Sha Tin.
Max Presnell Former jockey Andy Tindall, who later became chief steward in Queensland, often related that during his time in the saddle he had not been suspended.
Rupert Guinness As the 2014 Tour Down Under fast approaches, Fairfax Media's cycling writer recalls some of the moments that have helped cement the race's part on the Australian sporting calendar.
Tony Bourke Zac Purton confirmed his place as the leading jockey in Hong Kong with the best win of his career on local hope Dominant in Sunday's $HK15 million ($2m) Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin.
Tony Bourke, Hong Kong John Moore-trained Dominant holds off late finishes of hot favourite The Fugue and evergreen Dunaden.
Drug cheat Lance Armstrong has met up with one of his former 'victim', Christophe Bassons, to apologise for his role in forcing the French cyclist out of the 1999 Tour de France.
Sebastian Hassett Brazil might be as far from Australia as it gets, for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games, but the Socceroos and Australian team now have a place to call home: Vitoria.
Max Presnell Give me a good horse and I'll make it great, chanted the late Tommy Smith, a philosophy Chris Waller, today's training phenomenon, is following.
John Holloway New Zealand Bloodstock holds one of its better yearling sales at Karaka next month – all the big-name Australasian stallions are represented.
Rupert Guinness When Caleb Ewan talks of winning in his likely World Tour debut at the Tour Down Under in South Australia next month, his coach Brad McGee warns that the emerging teenage star's words should not be...
Kyle Mackey-Laws Modest benchmark 85 race at Randwick looms as best battle in Saturday's racing.
Michael Lynch Matthew Spiranovic's A-League excellence puts a World Cup berth within reach.