Michael Lynch The Orr Stakes is the first chance to see how the stars of the spring have fared after a spell.
Chris Roots When John O'Shea was growing up in far north Queensland, Royal Ascot was not on the radar. Even when he decided horse training over journalism was his calling in the late 1990s, the royal meeting and...
Michael Lynch You can't burn the candle at both ends - unless, perhaps, you have a superhorse. And good as she might be, John O'Shea's gallant group 1-winning mare Sea Siren is not a superhorse.
John Holloway The two leading lights in last season's stallions' premiership - Exceed And Excel and Fastnet Rock - have flown the gates in the first month of the 2013-14 title race and another battle royale takes...
Chris Roots John McNair might be known as Hay List's trainer but he is not the boss when it comes to the returning star.
Patrick Bartley A disagreement over ticketing arrangements had put Black Caviar's planned trip to Sydney next month in jeopardy, but the Australian Turf Club has bowed to owners' demands.
Chris Roots Peter Moody rejected reports a decision on a Royal Ascot return for Black Caviar had been made on Thursday with one word: ''No.''
Adam Pengilly Black Caviar's appearance in the Sunshine State is far from certain, but Lights Of Heaven ensured Peter Moody could have a more-than-handy headline horse on his return to Queensland after her easy...
Will Brodie This Saturday's $1 million Group One Darley TJ Smith Stakes will pit undefeated superstar mare Black Caviar against the horse which has finished runner-up to her four times, Hay List.
Chris Roots Black Caviar's trainer Peter Moody is so relaxed about Saturday's TJ Smith at Royal Randwick he was giving tips to the sellout crowd.
Chris Roots All good things have to come to an end, and for Black Caviar the end could be only a couple runs away although another year of supremacy is a possibility.
Chris Roots The odds are shortening on a return to Queensland for Black Caviar after the announcement of ''An afternoon with Racing Royalty - Peter Moody'' lunch in Brisbane next month.
Chris Roots The odds are shortening on a return to Queensland for Black Caviar.
Patrick Bartley As the tears welled up in the eyes of trainer Peter Moody at a press conference to announce the retirement of the world's fastest race mare, some close to the former Queenslander suspected some of...
Will Brodie The Melbourne Racing Club has thrown open the gates for the farewell to equine superstar Black Caviar at Caulfield this Saturday.
Will Brodie Trainer Peter Moody calls a halt to the career of the world's greatest sprinter.
Michael Sharkie Fallout continues over positive drug tests returned by Godolphin-trained horses in England.
Chris Roots John O'Shea has carefully selected a team of six for his Queensland carnival assault, which will be led by Lightinthenite in the Hollindale Stakes (1800 metres) at the Gold Coast on Saturday.
Chris Roots They have faced some of the biggest names in racing, but millionaires Buffering and Rain Affair will be looking to finally get a first win at group 1 level in Saturday's BTC Cup at Eagle Farm.
Michael Sharkie Freak accident leads to death of exciting two-year-old Crack A Roadie.