Michael Sharkie Hong Kong sprinter Luck Nine will need to tighten up and trim down if he is to win the Manikato stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday week according to trainer Caspar Fownes.
Chris Roots Star Queensland sprinter finally snares group 1 victory, taking out Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley.
Chris Roots Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote's phone has run hot since Buffering's Manikato Stakes win and he has had to cut a few people short.
Michael Lynch Queensland champion Buffering has handed Lankan Rupee his second straight defeat at Moonee Valley, beating him in the Group One Moir Stakes.
Chris Roots Queensland trainer Robert Heathcote is looking forward to Buffering taking on world champion sprinter Lankan Rupee in Friday night's Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley but is delighted that he won't have...
Patrick Bartley This year's Caulfield Cup will follow the same path as the Melbourne Cup with weights being raised two kilos for the Group 2400 metre race leaving Japanese stayer Admire Ratki as the new top weight...
Patrick Bartley Mick Price says if Lankan Rupee enters into a speed battle, the result could be 'disastrous'.
Adam Pengilly Anthony Cummings is the first to admit group 1-bound Road To Shangri La is not comfortable racing inside horses, but the prospect of a small Gloaming Stakes field still has him uneasy.
Chris Roots Chris Waller voiced his frustration that in-form stayers such as Who Shot Thebarman and Hill Stakes winner Junoob are struggling to get runs in next month's Caulfield Cup.
Adam Pengilly Real men don't cry, or so the saying goes. Perhaps John Thompson should be the exception to the old adage.
Patrick Bartley Racing Victoria Chief Handicapper Greg Carpenter described this year's $6.2 million Melbourne Cup a race of opportunity for not only horse but rider.
Tim Habel Last October Lankan Rupee entered the spring as just another nondescript sprinter with a humble win in a benchmark 78 race at Moonee Valley.
Chris Roots The new season dawned on Saturday with a protest and a predictable result. It was business as usual for the premier jockey and trainer, both celebrating doubles.
Chris Roots Robert Heathcote is refreshing realistic when it come to his outlook on racing and the joy of having a horse like Buffering.
Chris Roots They are the forgotten group 1 winners, by punters at least, but Tiger Tees, Spirit Of Boom and Snitzerland are ready to test the big guns, Buffering and Lankan Rupee. in Saturday's T.J.
Queensland sprinter Buffering completed a hat-trick of Group 1 wins in the most desperate of circumstances at Ascot on Saturday.
Chris Roots Jason Warren hopes Bel Sprinter can become a millionaire and excise some bad memories in Saturday's Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield.
Michael Sharkie Class sprinter looks likely to get an early success in preparation for the upcoming summer sprint series.
Michael Lynch Darren Weir goes from disappointment of group 1 defeat to joy of victory at group 2 level.
Michael Lynch Several top jockeys will have to wait a little longer to see if weights go up for Caulfield Cup.