Edited by Will Brodie The spring carnival hits top gear with one of Melbourne's best racedays, which will decide if Sydney trainer Gai Waterhouse will set the pace for this year's major races in Melbourne.
John Holloway Two-year-old triple crown winner Pierro's service fee has been set at $77,000 for his debut season at Coolmore Stud following the announcement of his sale last Friday.
Chris Roots Gerry Harvey has never had a super horse, and it pains him that he will never get to find out if All Too Hard is such a beast.
Chris Roots Half-brother to Black Caviar could give Gerry Harvey something that money can't buy.
Daniel Sankey Live coverage of Sydney Cup Day at Royal Randwick, where there's four Group 1s on the card — the Sydney Cup, the All Aged Stakes, the Champagne Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
Sydney Owner Lloyd Williams adds another major staying trophy to his achievements.
Chris Roots Colt has to perform in the All Aged Stakes on Saturday, and then at Royal Ascot in June.
Chris Roots There are two more mountains to climb for All Too Hard before he heads to stud. The first is at Randwick on Saturday in the All Aged Stakes, the other at Royal Ascot in June.
Patrick Bartley A long racing association can reach its zenith at Rosehill.
Daniel Sankey Can Black Caviar make it 25 wins from 25 starts in today's TJ Smith Stakes at Royal Randwick? Find out first with our live coverage of Australian Derby Day.
Chris Roots After ploughing more than $500 million into his dream of Patinack Farm in the past six years, Nathan Tinkler is set to walk away for as little as $100 million.
Chris Roots Next generation of Black Caviar family will pass though Inglis sale ring next month.
Chris Roots The next generation of the Black Caviar family will pass though the Inglis sale ring next month - and it's expected he will break the record price paid for a yearling.
Michael Sharkie Just about everything that could have gone wrong for Excitable Boy did last start at Flemington.
Patrick Bartley All Too Hard looks set to be one of the stars of Sydney's autumn carnival after the colt's owners confirmed on Sunday that the Caulfield Guineas winner has probably run his last race in Melbourne.
Max Presnell Hopefully the Octagonal strain is dominant for Pierro, which had another slugfest in the Hobartville at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
Chris Roots Opinion and expectation live a marriage of interdependence in racing like no other sport.
Patrick Bartley High class two-year-old Thermal Current, third favourite for Saturday's $1 million Blue Diamond Stakes, has been scratched after being found to be lame.
Chris Roots VINERY STUD general manager Peter Orton is happy for All Too Hard to be known as Black Caviar's little brother and is content for him to remain in her shadow.
Michael Lynch NEIL WERRETT is surely the man with the Midas touch. Not only is he the managing part-owner of wonder mare Black Caviar but he is also part of the ownership group that bought her exciting...