Michael Sharkie Trainer Robbie Laing says racegoers will see continued development of rising star at Caulfield.
Chris Roots Jason Warren hopes Bel Sprinter can become a millionaire and excise some bad memories in Saturday's Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield.
Andrew Garvey Usually at the 100-metre point of the Oakleigh Plate there are at least 10 winning chances.
Patrick Bartley Mick Price says if Lankan Rupee enters into a speed battle, the result could be 'disastrous'.
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 Lankan Rupee, the world's highest rated sprinter, made his first public appearance on Tuesday in an effortless trial at Cranbourne.
Patrick Bartley The bidding war to have Lankan Rupee in Sydney next autumn has already begun.
Max Presnell, Chris Roots and Adam Pengilly Max Presnell ,Chris Roots and Adam Pengilly on the triumphs and tragedies of the year that was.
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.
Lankan Rupee confirmed his ranking as Australia's best sprinter with an all-the-way win in the group 1 TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly If the Australian horse of the year was still up for grabs before the T.J.Smith Stakes, it surely isn’t now.
Laura Banks The world’s best sprinter, Lankan Rupee, is headed for the paddock after three group 1 wins in a row.
Tony White Unanimously will join a select band of horses if it wins Thursday's $85,000 Wagga Town Plate again.
Chris Roots Knoydart proved a frustration for Darley's previous top man Peter Snowden but he could be ready to deliver a group 1 in Saturday's Doomben 10,000 to open account of his successor John O'Shea.
Chris Roots The Hunter Valley is the heart and soul of Australian breeding but for the past few weeks success has moved north to the green pastures of the Darling Downs.
Andrew Garvey The Melbourne spring carnival results have a large bearing on next year's yearling sales.
Chris Roots Desleigh Forster wants to forget Adebisi's last preparation and expects a return to his previous form in Friday's Canterbury Classic.
John Holloway Australia has another big spender on the international circuit with the Sun International Group purchasing eight well-credentialed broodmares at the Arqana Broodmare Sale in France last Saturday.
Michael Sharkie Stellar cast of feature-race hopefuls will tune up for coming engagements at Cranbourne trials.