Andrew Garvey Last year the listed Mitchell McKenzie Stakes second and third placegetters Long John and Shamus Award went on to win group one success later in the spring and Cranbourne trainer Ken Keys is also...
Chris Roots John O'Shea will step back from being the public face of Darley's racing interests to concentrate on learning about his team of more than 400 horses.
Chris Roots After a couple of world records on InterDominion Grand Final day, the surface of the Menangle is the process of being replaced as the program improve track infrastructure around the state moves into...
Chris Roots The Sydney autumn started with plenty of stars looking to climb to the next level. It still has the stars of the turf, but they have failed to sparkle.
Matt Jones The strength of Joe Pride's stable was on show as he trained half the program with four winner at Randwick on Saturday.
Kyle Mackey-Laws The attention turns to Ascot on Saturday, with Perth hosting two group 1s headlined by the $1 million Railway Stakes over the mile.
Patrick Bartley Sydney's attempt to lure high-class overseas horses to its autumn carnival may not work.
Patrick Bartley EXCLUSIVE Runners in this year's $6 million Melbourne Cup will, for the first time, have 24-hour guards.
Pippa Cuckson The eventing world is in shock after two horses tested positive to a sedative.
Stathi Paxinos Bone research could prevent another tragedy like that of French mare Verema in last Tuesday's Melbourne Cup.
Chris Roots Sydney will become the centre of the racing world in April when the Championships take place for the first time and the dream is to have unbeaten Arc De Triomphe heroine Treve and American horse of...
Adam Pengilly Kevin Moses tamed the nasty feminine streak in hand-me-down My Sabeel - and reaped the rewards in the group 3 Toy Show Quality at Randwick on Saturday.
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...
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.
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.
Michael Lynch Former champion Darwin trainer Stephen Brown has felt right at home in Melbourne's heat.
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.