Chris Roots John Bary has an impressive derby record, not necessarily for winning them but for having the favourite.
Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse is a master of getting it right.
Chris Roots TOUGHEST is becoming a hallmark of Dear Demi and she will be mentioned in the same breath of some great fillies should she win the Queensland Oaks at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Max Presnell The tradition of tough justice by Racing NSW must be dispensed in the More Joyous case, unlike the watered-down Victorian version emphasised in the debacle concerning champion jockey Damien Oliver.
Chris Roots The racing lawman who ran the Fine Cotton and ''Jockey Tapes'' inquiries, John Schreck, believes the inquiry concerning John Singleton and Gai Waterhouse's public stoush should start behind closed...
John Holloway The contribution to Australian racing by Gooree Park's Eduardo Cojuangco has been huge over the past 55 years and another chapter unfolded this week with the pending retirement of his home-bred...
Andrew Wu When John Singleton dropped the bombshell that he would be ending his ?association with Gai Waterhouse, he reopened criticisms levelled at Waterhouse before she even became a trainer.
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.
Max Presnell Back at Royal Randwick and with a champion's presence on Saturday, does it get any better?
Max Presnell The horse, Black Caviar, overwhelmed the theatre, at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
Max Presnell Call it progress but the Easter weekend without Royal Randwick is like losing hot-cross buns.
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...
Kyle Mackey-Laws This year's Guineas is an absolute cracker.
Kyle Mackey-Laws Who needs Black caviar when there's Moment of Change?
Michael Lynch Danny O'Brien has notched up 11 metropolitan winners at the halfway point of the season.
Michael Lynch IN THE old days, jockeys regularly copped sprays from disgruntled punters.
Chris Roots LE ROI has kept surprising trainer Tony McEvoy, he admitted after the former German stayer's easy Summer Cup win at Rosehill on Wednesday.
Chris Roots The truth in racing comes in various forms. Self-interest usually determines how and what is revealed.
Max Presnell Even when horses were getting more steroids than carrots, old-timers hardly had the impact in Sydney as this era.
John Holloway Widden Stud's Nicconi, a winner of two of Australia's toughest group 1 sprints, spearheads the tally of freshman sires to go under the microscope at the biggest yearling sales in Sydney and the Gold...