Kyle Mackey-Laws The richest race in the world over 2400 metres - the Caulfield Cup - is shaping up as another classic between the local horses and the international raiders.
A Pictorial History of The Caulfield Cup
From the treasure trove that is the Fairfax Photo Library, we bring you a selection of photos from the Caulfield Cup over the decades.
History will say Dunaden can't win the Caulfield and Melbourne cups, but he's a very special horse.
Caulfield Cup Trackside 2012
Trackside at Melbourne's Caulfield Cup 2012 race winners and losers leading up to the Main Race of the day
Caulfield Cup Fashions and Faces 2012
Melbourne's Caulfield Cup Saturday 20th October 2012. All the glamour and excitement, faces and fashion including at the David Jones Marquee.
Kyle Mackey-Laws If last week's Caulfield Cup was anything to go by, today's edition of the Cox Plate will be a cracker. And a tough race to find a winner.
Andrew Eddy Imported galloper Gatewood is well supported to win on his Australian debut.
Andrew Eddy Committee likely to have the task of selecting between five equally ranked horses to fill the final two places in the Caulfield Cup.
Andrew Eddy Saturday's Caulfield Cup has been narrowed to just 23 hopefuls following final acceptances this morning.
Andrew Eddy, PATRICK BARTLEY THE oldest Caulfield Cup field in the race's 134-year history will line up on Saturday, after eight-year-old veteran Alcopop and seven-year-old Moudre were yesterday granted spots in the field.
Andrew Eddy Past two winners of Melbourne Cup may head entries for $2.5 million Caulfield Cup.
David Polkinghorne The Cox Plate, the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup - it's the trilogy of Australian racing every trainer hopes to win.
Andrew Eddy Racing Victoria's international recruiter Leigh Jordon is expecting a shift in the mindset of overseas owners and trainers this spring.
Chris Roots John O'Shea has followed the path Doomben Cup rival Foreteller used to get to the weight-for-age group 1 12 months ago with Lightinthenite.
Chris Roots Speediness gave Caulfield trainer Colin Scott a home-town victory of sorts when he held on to win the Scone Cup on Friday.
Max Presnell 'The horse was galloping towards me. I could have either dived left or right or stayed where I was but I dived right, and it proved a bad decision.''
Michael Lynch It's a long way from Warrnambool in May to a group 1 race in the Melbourne spring, but progressive stayer Banca Mo is likely to be set for a tilt at the Caulfield Cup after his impressive victory in...
Max Presnell "The horse was galloping towards me. I could have either dived left or right or stayed where I was but I dived right, and it proved a bad decision."
Stephen Rodgers Peter Moody believes Lights Of Heaven is on track for another group 1 victory after her hard-fought win in the Hollindale Stakes on the Gold Coast on Saturday.
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.