Chris Roots Brent Stanley won a Caulfield Cup for owner David Moodie as a teenaged hoop and will attempt to become the latest group-1 winning jockey to complete the double as a trainer when Veuvelicious...
Chris Roots Gerald Ryan has already made one multimillion-dollar call with his two-year-olds this season and got it right.
Matt Jones He has had derby winners and a Caulfield Cup success, but Hall of Fame trainer Leon McDonald Macdonald declared Go Indy Go the best horse he had ever trained following her Champagne Stakes triumph at...
The Mail Coolmore paid $1.35 million for Valentia at the Magic Millions and he made a repayment on it at Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots Chris Waller will start Champagne Cath in this week's Flight Stakes only if he thinks she is a chance of winning following her impressive victory at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Roots CHRIS WALLER is not taking any risks with impressive two-year-old Champagne Cath on the way to next month's $2 million Magic Millions Classic, but admits he is ready to end the preparation if she is...
Andrew Garvey After The Cleaner won the Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes, the Cox Plate dream is alive and well for Mick Burles
Chris Roots Chad Schofield flew into Sydney to celebrate Father's Day with dad Glyn, but the old man will be on the youngster's territory in Melbourne on Saturday.
Chris Roots They are the three musketeers of racing NSW country with more than 10,000 winners between them and one of them is the latest to be sneaking up on a career milestone.
Max Presnell After Liberation, following two recent incidents of erratic behaviour, ran amok in Saturday's Up and Coming Stakes at Randwick, the question was asked: What was he doing in the field?
Chris Roots Godolphin has turned its focus to Australia and the global giant is about to kick-off in Sydney in earnest.
Chris Roots Hawkes Racing has built one of the strongest brands in the sport with planning and efficiency. Michael Hawkes, who shares the training duties with brother Wayne and Hall Of Fame father John, says...
Adam Pengilly Hall Of Fame trainer David Hayes has a novel way for describing the shift in stable approach.
A colt from one of best families in the Australian Stud Book is due to get his first chance to make his own racetrack impact on Saturday.
John Holloway The outstanding brigade of colts excelling in the 2013-14 season has resulted in six wonderfully bred freshmen sires scheduled to start their stud careers in September.
Max Presnell Ideas, not prizemoney, are what is required to invigorate Sydney racing, which is wallowing in the off-season doldrums.
Chris Roots David Payne has won South Africa’s biggest race, the Durban July, as a jockey and trainer but Criterion gave him an Australian Derby after outstaying his rivals in a slog at Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots It was a day when Tom Berry and James McDonald shared the group 1 spoils with two wins each and shared the Nathan Berry Medal for the leading jockey in The Championships.
Chris Roots James McDonald chalked his 21st group 1 winner when It's A Dundeel proved too strong in Saturday's Queen Elizabeth Stakes, but it was also a confirmation of his coming of age as a jockey.
Chris Roots As the conclusion of his time at Crown Lodge draws near, Peter Snowden is looking for the perfect farewell if Sidestep or Kumaon or both can win a group 1 on the final day of the Sydney Carnival.