Chris Roots Experience has shaped John Bary’s trans-Tasman raid on The Championships and it is cool and calculated.
Andrew Webster Wayne Hawkes stands at the back of the Rosehill mounting yard, having just watched his horse Mossfun win the $3.5 million Golden Slipper, and he can’t stop the tears.
Chris Roots Gordon Lord Byron, a horse which couldn't get a bid as a yearling and wasn't allowed into a breeze-up sale, become a world-beater at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Roots Glyn Schofield was whooping and howling in the jockeys' room 20 minutes before the Chipping Norton Stakes as son Chad won a group 1 in Melbourne, and then went out and did the business on Boban.
Michael Sharkie Tony Gollan has been training long enough to know that success can never be expected.
Kyle Mackey-Laws Three group 1s at Caulfield headline a bumper day of racing in Melbourne and Sydney.
Chris Roots The partnership of Bart and James Cummings has had its moments on and off the track but Eurozone is set to give them a group 1 win in Saturday's Australian Guineas (1600 metres) at Flemington.
Patrick Bartley Former Victorian apprentice and trainer Gerald Ryan will put final touches to Rubick.
Chris Roots Sometimes things come a little easy in life and jockey Brenton Avdulla has realised how blessed he was to have rides on Ilovethiscity and Secret Admirer to start his career.
Chris Roots Zoustar, sold for $14 million during the week, toys with his rivals in the Coolmore Stud Stakes.
Andrew Webster Jim Cassidy put two fingers in the air and let the line rip that he's been dying to say for weeks.
Tim Habel Tony McEvoy's lofty group 1 plans for promising galloper Mouro may well be justified.
Queensland sprinter Buffering completed a hat-trick of Group 1 wins in the most desperate of circumstances at Ascot on Saturday.
Chris Roots The life of a lightweight jockey is not an easy one. Especially when you have to strip 3½ kilograms from a lean frame in just six days.
Patrick Bartley With some of Australia's most polished jockeys ready to descend on Victorian racing in the coming weeks, Daniel Moor needs no more reminding that even the faintest hope of a feature race win at this...
Peter Hanlon Giving the big races a shake can be a family affair, writes Peter Hanlon.
Aidan Rodley Trent Busuttin will shoot for his second classic win in Melbourne in three years when El Roca tackles Saturday's Caulfield Guineas.
Guelph has confirmed her status as the dominant three-year-old filly in the country with victory in Wednesday's Group 1 Thousand Guineas at Caulfield.
Chris Roots Sydney's rotten weather could not stop harness racing at Menangle on Sunday or a horse which recovered from a rotten hoof, Gaius Caesar, from taking his third group 1 for the season in the Len Smith...
Caryl Williamson On a day Gai Waterhouse signalled her spring intentions with a host of barrier-trial winners at Randwick, veteran Hay List's second place in an 800-metre heat was cause for optimism from his trainer...