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.
Chris Roots They are the forgotten group 1 winners, by punters at least, but Tiger Tees, Spirit Of Boom and Snitzerland are ready to test the big guns, Buffering and Lankan Rupee. in Saturday's T.J.
Laura Banks and Patrick Bartley Continued rain in Sydney forces connections to reconsider Australian Oaks plans.
Chris Roots Like many trainers Anthong Cummings has been priming a team for the opening day of the Championships at Randwick on Saturday, but like many he has an eye on the weather.
Chris Roots Robert Heathcote is refreshing realistic when it come to his outlook on racing and the joy of having a horse like Buffering.
Chris Roots David Hayes spotted Zululand as a yearling, just about everyone did, but he knew the son of Fastnet Rock was out of his league.
Chris Roots From Goulburn to group 1 company, the combination of Guy Walter and Blake Shinn has proven hard to beat in the past couple of years.
Chris Roots It has been nearly two years since Temple Of Boom has won but trainer Tony Gollan believes he "will not get a better chance" than in Saturday's Galaxy at Rosehill.
Chris Roots Trainer Danny O'Brien ticked off the first part of a three-point, group 1 plan when Shamus Award won the Australian Guineas and stable staff and supporters are hoping the success continues on...
Michael Lynch Expensive yearling comes from off the pace to show he will excel at longer distances.
Tim Habel Roy Higgins and Pat Hyland, fierce rivals as jockeys but great friends off the track, will forever be linked with the epic 1970 Queen Elizabeth Stakes two-horse clash at Flemington.
Chris Roots David Hayes is eying the Golden Slipper and start a late rally with a $2.4 million yearling Willderness at Bendigo.
Winners & Losers
Max Presnell There were shades of More Joyous with Eurozone, involving punters' right to know, in the Australian Guineas at Flemington on Saturday.
Chris Roots Jason Warren hopes Bel Sprinter can become a millionaire and excise some bad memories in Saturday's Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield.
Chris Roots Sweet Idea landed some good bets as she won Saturday's Light Fingers Stakes but even her jockey, Tommy Berry, was surprised when Guelph wasn't there to challenge.