John Holloway Bloodlines If stallion awards were given for the Golden Slipper carnival and the opening day of The Championships, Widden Stud's Sebring would be the likely recipient.
Co-trainer Neville Voigt has dodged the Sydney autumn with last year's Fernhill Handicap winner Riocetto to aim at the Queensland Derby.
Chris Roots Kerrin McEvoy has rode plenty of staying three-year-olds in his time in Europe and Tupac Amaru gives him the feel of a young horse which will run the two miles of the Sydney Cup at Randwick on...
Max Presnell Around the world, women trainers, led by our world record-holder Gai Waterhouse, have had an awesome year.
Sarina Lewis The Big Group will be delivering breakfast, lunch and canapes to five marquees and 'countless' hampers to eager racegoers.
Laura Banks Champion jockey Steven Arnold faces a lean winter. There will be no Sunday roasts or hot-pot specials for the Cox Plate winner who stands at 175 centimetres tall.
Chris Roots There is no doubt in Christian Reith’s mind that he is on the best filly in the Royal Randwick Stakes on Saturday.
Chris Roots Gerry Harvey is still getting over his mare Royal Descent getting beaten in last week’s Doncaster and he isn’t counting on the news being any better in Saturday’s $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes at...
Max Presnell Once upon a time it was fashionable for outstanding three-year-olds to win the Sydney Cup at Randwick but will Tupac Amaru, named after an Inca revolutionary in Peru, fit the profile on Saturday?
Chris Roots Experience has shaped John Bary’s trans-Tasman raid on The Championships and it is cool and calculated.
Chris Roots Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys is confident the $10 million funding for The Championships is secure, despite losing its biggest supporter when Premier Barry O'Farrell resigned on Wednesday.
Chris Roots John Thompson has had a tough couple of years as he has watched the Patinack Farm racing empire crumbled but might finally be able to give Nathan Tinkler because to cheer with Tremec in the Sydney...
The most decorated swimmer of all time may be getting ready to make an Olympic comeback at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.
Chris Roots James McDonald confident that It's A Dundeel could end his career on high in Sydney's richest race.
Chris Roots Trainer Michael Moroney does not have much in his favour with Voleuse De Coeurs for Saturday’s Sydney Cup at Randwick.
Chris Roots Chris Waller celebrated his remarkable Doncaster Mile first four on Saturday night and hopes it is the precursor to more The Championships success in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Queen Of The Turf...
Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse says there is no better way to repay the faith of Queen Elizabeth sending Carlton House to Sydney than by winning Saturday’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick.
Chris Roots The new Randwick remains a relatively unpolished gem that is ready to sparkle in the next couple of years.
Chris Roots The first day of The Championships hit its targets but racing authorities are already making sure the only way is up with a plan to bring it forward a week from next year as part of a revamp of the...
Peter Mitchell Andrew Bogut rates himself a 50-50 chance of leading Australia at the basketball World Cup in Spain later this year.