Patrick Bartley The only consolation for noted strapper Brian Baldwin when former star Haradasun failed to make it to the Caulfield Guineas in 2006 was that he was spared some physical pain.
David Polkinghorne With a throat operation and atrial fibrillation behind him, Lebrechaun is ready for the Tony Campbell Memorial Cup at Thoroughbred Park today.
Chris Dutton All the good oil for the race that stops a nation.
Patrick Bartley Jockey Glen Boss tells large crowd at Flemington they saw something special.
Chris Roots John Thompson has had a tough couple of years as he has watched the Patinack Farm racing empire crumbled but might finally be able to give Nathan Tinkler because to cheer with Tremec in the Sydney...
Chris Roots Chris Waller celebrated his remarkable Doncaster Mile first four on Saturday night and hopes it is the precursor to more The Championships success in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, Queen Of The Turf...
Chris Roots The new Randwick remains a relatively unpolished gem that is ready to sparkle in the next couple of years.
Max Presnell It won't get any better than Saturday's The Championships, featuring an all-star cast, at Royal Randwick.
Chris Roots For Chris Waller, watching the Doncaster Mile was like a dream.
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 John Hawkes was laid up with a bad back as Mossfun won Saturday’s Golden Slipper, but it didn’t keep him from searching for next year’s winner at Newmarket on Sunday.
Chris Roots Geoff Grimish will remember Nathan Berry as a man who kept him young and is delighted to have his twin, Tommy Berry, riding Weary for him in Saturday’s Doncaster Mile.
Peter Munro Two mounted officers on retired racehorses waited by the casket as clouds gathered and mourners moved inside.
Chris Roots There was a tear in John Hutchins' eye as he explained why $2 million could not buy the only son of his late champion mare Typhoon Tracy.
Max Presnell Ability to handle the anticipated conditions is the query with Messene, regarded as a weight special, in Saturday’s $3 million Doncaster at Royal Randwick.
Chris Roots It has proved a lethal combination in the past year, Jim Cassidy on a Chris Waller horse in a group 1, as the Hall of Fame jockey used his "pick and stick" method with great success.
Chris Roots Mick Malone has pulled hundreds of foals from their mums at Kitchwin Hills, but rarely doesn't to fall for the way he feel for Cornrow.
Chris Roots Unencumbered Sentimental favourite as was to be ridden by Nathan Berry. He was too good in the Magic Millions btu has failed to find winning form in the autumn. Definitely place hope.
Chris Roots Tommy Berry will be given up to 10 minutes before Saturday's Golden Slipper to decided if he will ride Valentia following the death of twin brother Nathan on Thursday.
Kim Arlington Nathan Berry was "looking down and watching on us all", his brother-in-law Chad Schofield said on Saturday after winning the Sebring Stakes on Flamberge at Rosehill Racecourse.