Adam Pengilly Soon-to-be-married Tommy Berry has snagged himself a future wife - he's just thankful she's nothing like Gai Waterhouse's stable pin-up Sweet Idea.
Adam Pengilly No one has proven more adept at whisking horses into the Golden Slipper, but even Gai Waterhouse reckons it might be a blessing that Nayeli and Echo Prince dodged the world's richest race for...
The spring stars, including early Melbourne Cup favourite The Offer, step out for the first time at the Randwick barrier trials on Friday morning.
Chris Roots The combination of the leading group 1 trainer and jockey in the country is set to dominate Saturday's Stradbroke meeting at Eagle Farm, and with a bit of luck, Chris Waller and Nash Rawiller could...
Warwick Barr Chris Waller's template for group 1 excellence points to a sense of timing with She's Clean, the least favoured of his three runners in the $400,000 Tattersall's Tiara at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Mark Oberhardt Natalie McCall's decision to miss the Sydney autumn with River Lad has reaped a million-dollar pay day and given the trainer her first group 1 win in the Stradbroke Handicap on Saturday.
Chris Roots For James Cummings there is always extra delight in a winner for Gooree, where his fiancee Monica Barrera is the racing manager.
Chris Roots Emancipation at 2.20
Chris Roots Nash Rawiller is in the box seat to win the inaugural Nathan Berry Medal, “an honour that every jockey would love to win”, according to Sydney’s premier rider.
Chris Roots Chris Waller celebrated his remarkable Doncaster Mile first four on Saturday night and hopes it is the precursor to more The Championships success in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Queen Of The Turf...
Chris Roots John O'Shea would love to finish his time as a public trainer with a group 1 win with Gypsy Diamond in the Queen Of The Turf at Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots The Chris Waller yard has developed a reputation as the United Nations of stables as it has grown to become not only the premier outfit in Sydney but in the country.
Chris Roots Kris Lees knows the Coolmore Classic is a race for which his late father, Max, is fondly remembered and wants to join him on the honour roll.
Michael Lynch With six booked rides, Nash Rawiller might find that virtue brings further rewards.
Matt Jones Chris Waller may be the leading group 1 trainer in the country with 14 this year but he still felt the pressure of having half the field in a staying race on a Saturday in November.
Max Presnell Give me a good horse and I'll make it great, chanted the late Tommy Smith, a philosophy Chris Waller, today's training phenomenon, is following.
Chris Roots It was the best of years. It was the worst of years. Gai Waterhouse could have borrowed from the start of Charles Dickens' Tale Of Two Cities to describe her 2013.
Chris Roots, Matt Jones Underrated mare Catkins denied front-running Steps In Time a third straight Breeders Classic victory, proving too strong at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Roots Brenton Avdulla produced a gem of a ride on Sharnee Rose to make a Kris Lees afterthought a golden moment.
Michael Lynch Darren Weir goes from disappointment of group 1 defeat to joy of victory at group 2 level.