Patrick Bartley The group 1 $400,000 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield next Sunday looks set to be oversubscribed when acceptances are taken.
Sydney shorts Grafton trainer Wayne Lawson is hoping Blackboard Special will be on his best behaviour at Saturday’s Rosehill Gardens meeting.
Max Presnell The untapped brilliance of Srikandi will be tested by two factors, even more so than her youth, in Saturday’s group 1 Stradbroke at Eagle Farm.
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.
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.
David Polkinghorne With a throat operation and atrial fibrillation behind him, Lebrechaun is ready for the Tony Campbell Memorial Cup at Thoroughbred Park today.
Max Presnell Australian hoops, headed by Scobie Breasley, overshadowed other "Brilliant Creatures" striving for fame and fortune abroad in the 1960s.
Adam Pengilly The clock's ticking until Nathan Tinkler sells off his entire racing empire and one of his most sought-after gallopers can leave with a parting gift where it all began for the embattled mining...
Max Presnell The buck starts with Vickie Cannon when it comes to Eduardo Cojuangco’s thoroughbreds, including Hallowed Crown, the strong fancy in Saturday’s Golden Rose at Rosehill Gardens.
Chris Roots There is a difference between youth and experience in the James and Bart Cummings partnership, which has its first group 1 after Hallowed Crown won the Golden Rose at Rosehill on Saturday.
John Holloway The 2013 version of the $1 million Golden Rose for three-year-olds helped to cement the 1400-metre group 1 event as one of the most prominent stallion-making races on the Australian calendar.
Adam Pengilly Newcastle trainer Steve Hodge made the long drive to Moree on Saturday without fellow trainer Phil Anderson in the truck beside him like last year to help his good mate carry out his last wish.
Max Presnell Despite having record numbers at Randwick, it is still a spring of discontent for Gai Waterhouse due to the official policy regarding her favourite category, two-year-olds, in Sydney.
Chris Roots For Liz Barnes, Peggy Jean has been there through the fight of her life. The filly has been a distraction from breast cancer and a positive influence when she was at her lowest ebb.
Chris Roots John Thompson has the Flight Stakes in mind for First Seal after the Fastnet Rock filly gave him his first Australian winner for the China Horse Club on the Kensington track at Randwick on Wednesday.
Adam Pengilly Chris Waller still might not have the group-1 success he craves for the Inghams, but days like this training for the esteemed racing family might be every bit as special.
Adam Pengilly One of the state's most respected horsemen, Danny Williams, has returned to training at his home town of Goulburn out of the boxes vacated by Guy and Wendy Walter.
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...
Adam Pengilly Chris Waller's triple group 1 winner Boban swept top honours at the NSW Racehorse Owners Association's Night of Champions on Thursday night, as a special tribute was made to the late Guy Walter.