Caulfield Guineas

Rich Enuff made of the right stuff for Caulfield Guineas tilt

Max Presnell The awesome effort of Rich Enuff in Sunday's group2 Caulfield Guineas Prelude rocketed him to the top of this season's three-year-old performances.

Caulfield Guineas Fashion On The Field

The man's fashion competition at the the BMW Caulfield Cup Carnival at  the Caulfield  race course.

Dandy racegoers were inspired by 1920s attire and The Great Gatsby as they stepped out for the 2013 Caulfield Guineas fashion event.

Horse Racing

Long John draws ideally for Caulfield Guineas


Michael Sharkie Beck Caulfield Guineas favourite Long John has drawn ideally in gate 1 for Saturday's feature race but leading rival Prince Harada did not fare as well after drawing wide in gate 12.

Horse Racing

El Roca sounds warning to Caulfield Guineas rivals with sizzling gallop

El Roca (right) just fails to hold out the fast-finishing Eclair Big Bang (Dominic Tourneur) in the Caulfield Guineas prelude on September 29.

Michael Sharkie In a field that lacks a stand-out performer, New Zealand trained colt El Roca raised the bar ahead of Saturday's Beck Caulfield Guineas with a sizzling track gallop at Caulfield this morning.

Horse Racing

Race Day: The Caulfield Guineas

Atlantic Jewel

Ray Huxley It takes class and courage to be hailed the best three-year-old miler in the land.

Live coverage, Caulfield Guineas Day

Caulfield Guineas.

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.

Horse Racing

McKenzie Stakes win sets Cauthen for Caulfield Guineas

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 24:  James McDonald riding Cauthen wins the Essendon Nissan McKenzie Stakes  during Melbourne Racing at Moonee Valley Racecourse on August 24, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images)

Michael Lynch Star Kiwi galloper Cauthen showed he was right on the Caulfield Guineas trail with a convincing win in the listed Essendon Nissan McKenzie Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Berry in spotlight with treble, now for The Offer at Flemington

Team: Tommy Berry and The Offer.

Chris Roots Tommy Berry had the television cameras following him as he got his eye in for a group 1 appointment at Flemington on Melbourne Cup favourite The Offer with a winning treble at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Colts emerge from the shadows of the fillies in a changing racing game

Chris Roots dinkus

Chris Roots The not-unreasonable question when the first seven to cross the line in this year's Golden Slipper were fillies was: "Where are the boys?"

Chad Schofield appeals charge with VCAT

Fighting improper riding charge: Chad Schofield.

Patrick Bartley Young jockey Chad Schofield has turned to the Victorian Civil And Administrative tribunal to fight the improper riding charge that has sidelined the 20-year-old for 32 race meetings.

Rich Enuff, Afleet Esprit stamp strong Guineas credentials

Michael Rodd rides Rich Enuff to victory in the Beck Caulfield Guineas Prelude at Caulfield on Sunday.

Michael Lynch What you see is what you get – and when you see a lightly raced three-year-old explode away from his rivals to score an easy win in one of the best credentialed Caulfield Guineas trials, then...

Almalad gives Gai Waterhouse third straight win in Stutt Stakes

Michael Lynch Gai Waterhouse is in danger of being investigated by the ACCC, such is her recent monopoly of the Group 2 Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley, one of the key trials for the Caulfield Guineas and the Cox...

Seven horses to follow this weekend

Chris Roots Scissor Kick Outstanding colt that was very unlucky in the Golden Rose has his final Caulfield Guineas warm-up in the Stan Fox Stakes.

Trainer Paul Messara wants a kick out of colt's Guineas lead-up at Rosehill

All-rounder: Scone stud manager-trainer Paul Messara.

Chris Roots Paul Messara wears a couple of hats that complement each other when it comes to star colt Scissor Kick.

Carousel's Cup turn


Andrew Garvey Cranbourne trainer Ken Keys brought up the first leg of what he hopes will be a black type weekend double when Like A Carousel won the inaugural Harry White Classic (2400 metres) at Sandown on...

The six weeks are upon us when horse racing rules

Michael Lynch With the footy run and won, in Victoria, at least, and the cricket yet to come, now is racing's time in the sun.

Shooting To Win impressive in Fox Stakes at Rosehill

Shooting to Win.

Chris Roots Shooting To Win brought to race day what Tim Clark knew he had in the tank as he demolished the Stan Fox Stakes field at Rosehill on Saturday.

Bookie turned owner shooting for the top again with colt at Rosehill

Long career: Trevor Stuckey celebrates a Reigning to Win victory with Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Chris Munce in 2006.

Adam Pengilly Trevor Stuckey has seen more races than most people care to remember, but even now he's still getting a kick out of the equine species.

Kerrin McEvoy leaves Godolphin and Darley

Freelancer: Kerrin McEvoy has left the Godolphin stable.

Chris Roots Champion jockey Kerrin McEvoy has stepped down as stable rider at Godolphin after nearly 12 years working within the Sheikh Mohammed operation.