Michael Sharkie Superstar colt will alternate stud duties between Woodside Park Stud and Widden Stud.
Unbeaten in all of his 14 outings, Frankel is rated as the greatest racehorse ever.
Andrew Eddy It could be simple to mount a case against Dunaden in the Caulfield Cup.
Damien Murphy THOROUGHBRED racehorses are the last animals used by humans that are generously allowed to breed only through unfettered sexual intercourse, but a court case beginning in Sydney on Monday could...
The New Zealand mare Abeautifulred will be carrying more than the hopes of her backers who have made her favourite to win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
Michael Sharkie Hong Kong Cup winner Akeed Mofeed and Hong Kong Vase winner Dominant have been touted as possible tourists in 2014.
John Holloway New Zealand Bloodstock holds one of its better yearling sales at Karaka next month – all the big-name Australasian stallions are represented.
Chris Roots It was back to business for Peter Snowden in the best possible way on the Kensington track at Randwick, only days after he shocked the racing world by announcing he will step down as Darley's head...
Max Presnell "She was very immature, big and gangly. Had a sort of U neck; a pretty horrible, mule-ish head. Otherwise she was very correct, and galloping she had a fluent action.''
Chris Roots Rod Craig bought Quest For Success for clients 14 years ago and the $40,000 has proven a wise investment.
Michael Sharkie Early signs suggest former world champion sprinter may yet make his mark at stud after struggling with fertility issues.
John Holloway New Zealand's biggest thoroughbred dealer, David Ellis, patiently sat through this week's two-day Karaka ready-to-run sale until the final 30 minutes of Wednesday afternoon before making his charge...
Max Presnell Twenty six years ago Peter Snowden took a 12-month leave of absence from Scone but has developed a tempo with Darley that will be hard to emulate.
Chris Roots Darley Australia will announce the replacement for Peter Snowden as its head trainer early next month.
Chris Roots Peter Snowden has one aim he would dearly love to achieve before leaving Darley at the end of the autumn carnival: winning the Australian Derby.
Andrew Garvey Diana Anceschi's last chance to win a group 1 race may lie with Speediness.
Patrick Bartley Is the world-renowned Melbourne Cup allure undergoing a metamorphosis?
Daisy Dumas As Fiorente swept gracefully to victory on Tuesday, to the far left of Flemington's world-famous course a horse lay unmoving, her right foreleg's cannon bone badly broken.
Chris Roots Black Caviar's $5 million half-brother was fighting for his life on Thursday night and is unlikely to race after developing laminitis at the Werribee Veterinary Clinic.
Patrick Bartley and Chris Roots Australia's most expensive yearling, the $5 million half-brother to world champion sprinting mare Black Caviar, is close to death and even if he manages to recover he is unlikely ever to race.