David Polkinghorne Street Spirit might love the wet, but the jury is still out on whether she can handle the snow after fading under the weight in the final furlong at Canberra's Thoroughbred Park on Friday.
David Polkinghorne It was Coco Miss' breeding that caught Canberra trainer Matthew Dale's eye.
Tony White Trainer Guy Walter described Streama’s win in the $500,000 Doomben Cup (2000 metres) as a ‘‘crowning moment in her career’’.
Max Presnell New Zealand fillies Rock Diva and Sancerre, bred in the purple for group 1 staying events, provide the dangers to hot favourite Arabian Gold in Saturday's Queensland Oaks.
Michael Sharkie Superstar colt will alternate stud duties between Woodside Park Stud and Widden Stud.
Patrick Bartley, Ben Butler WHEN retail mogul Gerry Harvey looks out over the crowd at his Magic Millions thoroughbred auctions on the Gold Coast on Wednesday, one familiar face is likely to be missing.
Andrew Eddy It could be simple to mount a case against Dunaden in the Caulfield Cup.
Unbeaten in all of his 14 outings, Frankel is rated as the greatest racehorse ever.
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...
John Holloway An Arrowfield Stud quinella in the leading general sires' premiership that concluded on Thursday was a tremendous shot in the arm for the father-son duo of Redoute’s Choice and Snitzel as they...
Michael Lynch Sometimes a winner doesn't always pass the post first.
Adam Pengilly Sam Kavanagh knows winter has been a "run of outs" – Interspersed's Canberra Guineas win in March was his most recent – but nothing can detract from the stable's success a year after his...
John Holloway John Singleton is again on the Frankel trail and has sent two of his better broodmares – Samantha Miss and Deedra – to Newmarket in England to be bred to southern hemisphere time by the...
Adam Pengilly Paul Messara has left the door slightly ajar to return to training in the future despite winding down his stable and agreeing to manage his father John's Hunter Valley breeding operation.
Adam Pengilly Lady luck was shining bright on the connections of the Matthew Dale-trained Royal Jackpot, who snared a $100,000 bonus for being the first Inglis graduate home in the Inglis Bonus Handicap at...
John Holloway Studmaster rapt with the way the son of High Chaparral has let down.
Adam Pengilly John O'Shea has never had a runner in the Melbourne Cup but may soon get his chance after Godolphin turned up the heat in its quest to win the great race.
John Holloway Darley’s decision to shuttle Australia’s favourite racehorse Lonhro to its Kentucky base in 2011 is just a few weeks away from being christened a success or failure.
Max Presnell Even the massive Darley operation going blue label to Godolphin does not promise to break the Chris Waller monopoly in Sydney, again emphasised by his 17 acceptors at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly Godolphin's world famous blue colours will be a permanent fixture in Australia in the new racing season after the global racing and breeding giant announced an extension to its operation on Wednesday.