Chris Roots New Zealand trainer Murray Baker knows the harsh reality of racing but he won't contemplate the thought of It's A Dundeel getting beaten in Saturday's Australian Derby.
Guelph claims well-deserved group 1 win and will now look for a second.
Caryl Williamson It's A Dundeel becomes just the fifth horse to claim Sydney's three-year-old triple crown.
Michael Lynch When Makybe Diva won her third Melbourne Cup, Flemington racecaller Greg Miles declared as she crossed the line: ''A champion becomes a legend.''
Chris Roots It's A Dundeel's co-owner Tony Muollo knew when the son of High Chaparral won his first start in New Zealand he had a special horse.
Michael Lynch Gai Waterhouse's brilliant Golden Slipper winner Overreach looked unbeatable as she went for the second leg of the two-year-olds' triple crown in the group 1 Sires' Produce Stakes, and punters who...
Matt Jones Tough mare Skyerush continues to defy her age and outlasted a gallant effort by Alma's Fury to win a tense Doncaster Prelude at Randwick on Saturday.
Matt Jones It was a rare ray of sunshine for Patinack Farm at Rosehill when Tremec took out Saturday's Chairman's Quality announcing himself as a leading Sydney Cup contender.
Michael Lynch It's hard to resist the temptation of a $330,000 first prize, and the Chris Waller stable will take the next few days to decide whether to go for a jackpot in the $550,000 Australian Oaks with...
Michael Lynch Guy Walter's progressive gelding Toydini stamped himself as a serious Queensland carnival prospect with an easy win in the group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600 metres) under a confident Blake Shinn ride.
Tony White Racing NSW has announced a $1.3 million funding package for an upgrade of facilities at Towac Park, Orange.
Chris Roots There will be eight runners in this month's Miracle Mile to allow place betting on the $750,000 feature.
Chris Roots Peter Snowden was eyeing the spring with Safeguard after the Exceed And Excel colt continued the wonderful season for his sire by taking out the Kindergarten Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
Max Presnell The horse, Black Caviar, overwhelmed the theatre, at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots Black Caviar's records are beginning to match the adoration she gets every time she walks on the track.
Chris Roots Black Caviar is simply the best.
Chris Roots Plotting the downfall of a champion depends more on luck than science.
Max Presnell "J.H. (Jack) and R.W. (Bob) Ingham are well known for their brand of frozen chickens but are even better recognised for their endless supply of winners on the racecourse," - The Story Of The Golden...
Chris Roots Peter Moody and Makybe Diva's owner Tony Santic have paid the $150,000 late-entry fee in the hope Il Cavallo can sneak into Saturday's Golden Slipper field.
Max Presnell Somewhere between the Gwabegar wheat silo and Royal Ascot were descriptions of ''The Theatre Of The Horse'' at Royal Randwick, or more ''Stables at the Cross'' than the Opera House.