Patrick Bartley Former Australian racing executive Paul Bittar has emerged as one of the front runners for the prize position of CEO of the Victoria Racing Club.
Michael Lynch When they have got a horse that's good enough the Kiwis can still do the business.
Patrick Bartley Nash Rawiller salvaged a win from the spring carnival when Kirramosa won the VRC Oaks.
Nash Rawiller’s spring carnival fortunes took a turn for the better when Kirramosa won the $1 million VRC Oaks at Flemington.
Chris Roots After being part of the bridal party on 14 occasions, Buffering is enjoying his time front and centre on the big day.
Patrick Bartley The Victoria Racing Club has reduced the prizemoney for the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes.
Michael Sharkie Racing Victoria Limited urges Victoria Racing Club to reconsider proposal.
Tim Habel Damien Oliver won a record seventh Scobie Breasley Medal and Fiorente, the horse he partnered to a third Melbourne Cup win, was voted Racehorse of the Year at Sunday night’s Victorian...
Adam Pengilly Hall Of Fame trainer David Hayes has a novel way for describing the shift in stable approach.
Patrick Bartley For the next four months, jockeys from Australia and overseas will compete for millions of dollars in stake money and largely what percentage a rider can derive during the spring carnival will go a...
Patrick Bartley While the AFL has finalised how it will work its fixture around next year’s Cricket World Cup, racing is still examining its options.
Patrick Bartley While the Bart and James Cummings combination is confident there will be more than a hint of new talent sprinkled between their training bases in Melbourne and Sydney this spring, the family...
Max Presnell, Chris Roots and Adam Pengilly Max Presnell ,Chris Roots and Adam Pengilly on the triumphs and tragedies of the year that was.
Max Presnell Geoff Murphy was gobsmacked for one of the few occasions in his long and distinguished career when Mel Schumacher grabbed Tommy Hill’s leg in the 1961 AJC Derby at Randwick.
Adam Pengilly Joe Pride reaches for a pocket and pulls out his mobile phone. It is the go-to device when people don't quite believe the amount of hardware holding his knee together.
Patrick Bartley Racing Victoria's international recruiting scout Leigh Jordon believes Slade Power, the group 1 July Cup winner in England on Saturday, is certain to travel to Melbourne this spring to take on...
John Holloway The outstanding brigade of colts excelling in the 2013-14 season has resulted in six wonderfully bred freshmen sires scheduled to start their stud careers in September.
Patrick Bartley Adelaide-based trainer Ken Sweeney is confident his high-class sprinter Riziz can win Saturday's $120,000 The Straight Six at Flemington.
Chris Roots It might be David Vandyke's name in the book next to Arabian Gold but if the grey filly wins Saturday's Queensland Oaks, the success will have late trainer Guy Walter influence all over it.
John Holloway One of Australia’s most-loved racehorses, Lonhro, is poised to add another fabulous chapter to his great career by becoming the most-prolific sire of winners in one season.