John Holloway Darley’s decision to shuttle Australia’s favourite racehorse Lonhro to its Kentucky base in 2011 is just a few weeks away from being christened a success or failure.
John Holloway One of Australia’s most-loved racehorses, Lonhro, is poised to add another fabulous chapter to his great career by becoming the most-prolific sire of winners in one season.
Andrew Eddy Looks can be deceiving, as Darren Beadman discovered when he ventured to Randwick.
John Holloway Gai Waterhouse and John O’Shea have the numbers at Monday’s official two-year-olds' trials on the Kensington track at Randwick, but it is Team Hawkes' three representatives which will...
Chris Roots When Godolphin was still racing as Darley in Australia, Sweynesse was earmarked as a 2000-metres horse and perhaps the right colt for the Spring Champion Stakes.
Max Presnell The boom on promising Almalad and Sarajevo will be tested by the fitness of Nostradamus in the Run To the Rose at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly He had almost three months off, but it took only one winning ride and a quip to know Jim Cassidy is back.
John Holloway It was a fait accompli that Queen Elizabeth’s magnificent looking stallion Carlton House would join the Darley stallion roster following his premature retirement last Monday by Gai Waterhouse.
John Holloway Susan Magnier, part of the ownership team of Coolmore’s huge multi-million dollar European racing stable prepared by Aidan O’Brien, is instrumental in the clever naming of their racetrack...
Chris Roots The unknown factor plays a big role for punters in The Rosebud at Randwick on Saturday.
John Holloway There was no sign of a grey evening at the opening session of the Fasig-Tipton Saratoga Sales on Monday night as one of America's favourite grey stallions, Tapit, supplied the top two highest lots,...
Chris Roots Josh Parr was on fire for the last couple of months of last season, yet at Randwick on Saturday he might have only one ride.
John Holloway Stallion viewings around the Hunter Valley are always special on the eve of a breeding season and last week's extravaganzas were no exceptions.
Chris Roots The next couple of months will take Greg Kolivos' racing experience to another level. He and his wife Donna will have runners during the spring, foals from his champion on the ground and then there...
John Holloway John Singleton is again on the Frankel trail and has sent two of his better broodmares – Samantha Miss and Deedra – to Newmarket in England to be bred to southern hemisphere time by the...
Max Presnell Even the massive Darley operation going blue label to Godolphin does not promise to break the Chris Waller monopoly in Sydney, again emphasised by his 17 acceptors at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
David Polkinghorne All roads lead to Sydney for Canberra trainer Matthew Dale's three successful girls.
Chris Roots When John O'Shea started at Darley, it was a case of finding out what was going to work for what horses, and Generalife has answered the call.
David Polkinghorne It was Coco Miss' breeding that caught Canberra trainer Matthew Dale's eye.
Chris Roots Team Hawkes had a week laced with the sweet scent of stakes victories soured by the fact emerging sprinter Not Listenin'tome will miss the remainder of the autumn after contracting a virus.