Tony White ''He flew. Showed a remarkable turn of foot,'' winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy said after riding Epaulette to victory in the group 1 Doomben 10,000 on Saturday.
Tony White The genius of Jim Cassidy made all the difference as Zoustar won the $250,000 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes, 1350m, at Doomben on Saturday.
Tony White The Jim Cassidy-Chris Waller bandwagon rolled on at Doomben on Saturday, the pair combining to win the $150,000 Grand Prix Stakes, 2200 metres, with vastly improved three-year-old Hawkspur.
Tony White Trainer Bede Murray will chase his third Nowra Cup with mudlark World Wide on Sunday. Murray previously won with Crows Before Dawn in 1995 and Kalahari Sands in 1997.
Chris Roots New Zealand apprentice Courtney Van Der Werf came to Australia chasing a dream and Dowdstown Charlie helped her take a big step towards that dream.
Tony White Glenlogan Park Stakes winner Sookie will go under the hammer at a brood mare dispersal sale of Patinack Farm stock on Wednesday.
Chris Roots A stellar day for Chris Waller ended in tears when his favourite galloper, Rangirangdoo, broke down in the Doomben 10,000 on Saturday.
Max Presnell Flash Ned Holgate, spud salesman at the Sydney markets, South Sydney stalwart, bookmaker's clerk, on-course and SP, walked off Royal Ascot like he had viewed paradise.
Chris Roots Amanda Turnbull comes from good harness racing stock but she is heading for her own piece of history this season.
Matt Jones Veteran stayer Fiumicino kept alive his career after turning back the clock to win the $100,000 McKell Cup at Randwick on Saturday.
Jared Dorrington A terrible barrier draw almost kept debut winner Hotel Moskva out of her first career start in Canberra.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker A Victorian trainer is one of several thoroughbred racing figures being investigated over the suspected use of peptides in their horses, including the anti-obesity drug given to some Essendon players.
Michael Lynch Former champion Darwin trainer Stephen Brown has felt right at home in Melbourne's heat.
Glenn Robertson-Smith Up-and-coming stars of the turf need special attention to safeguard their bone structure.
Andrew Eddy The Age racing editor Andrew Eddy's guide to the Cup field.
Patrick Bartley The world's best staying race, the Melbourne Cup, could be even better next year with Racing Victoria's international recruiting agent set to target Japanese stayers.
Glenn Robertson-Smith The innuendo regarding drugs in horse racing could not be further from the truth.
Andrew Eddy and Will Brodie There were several familiar local faces with multiples chances still in the Melbourne Cup when second acceptances were taken for the race this morning.
Michael Sharkie Having severed his commitment with Cox Plate favourite Pierro in preference for second-favourite Green Moon, Craig Williams admitted today that he would not have made the switch had the Gai...
Kyle Mackey-Laws And so it gets interesting. There are some handy horses returning to the track today, with several three-year-olds making their moves after the juvenile season six months ago.