Michael Lynch Star hurdler Black and Bent will have to wait until Wednesday to try to set an Australian record of 10 wins in a row over jumps after Sunday's Mornington card was abandoned due to overnight rain.
Max Presnell Sporting boofheads aren't seen at their best on Twitter, but Michelle Payne isn't one for sitting quietly and taking a baking.
Chris Roots After a treble of Scone stakes winners at the weekend, Anthony Cummings will depend on "only one", but it is not a bad one, when Your Song lines up in Saturday's Doomben 10,000.
Michael Lynch Black And Bent will have to wait until Wednesday to try to set an Australian record.
Chris Roots The Sydney autumn carnival has potential, but at the moment it's like a colt that flies in morning trackwork then flops on raceday.
Michael Lynch Eight people hold legal title to the great mare, but thousands have accepted her as their own.
Michael Sharkie Mister Milton lands a long overdue win in the Straight Six at Flemington.
Tony White Trainer Chris Waller believes Doomben Cup winner Beaten Up has the potential to develop into a genuine Cox Plate horse in the spring.
Tony White After a fortnight of turmoil, ad man and high-profile owner John Singleton was back in the headlines for the right reasons at Doomben on Saturday when his star filly Dear Demi won the $175,000 Hidden...
Michael Sharkie You need to be a skilled communicator to keep a racehorse owner informed.
Chris Roots Warwick Farm trainer Greg Hickman learned something when Taxmeifyoucan entered his stable as a two-year-old.
Chris Roots John O'Shea has followed the path Doomben Cup rival Foreteller used to get to the weight-for-age group 1 12 months ago with Lightinthenite.
Chris Roots Speediness gave Caulfield trainer Colin Scott a home-town victory of sorts when he held on to win the Scone Cup on Friday.
Patrick Bartley Trainer, who returned to hospital this week following a recurrence of blood poisoning, is hoping to be released in time to see some of his vast team run this weekend.
John Holloway The contribution to Australian racing by Gooree Park's Eduardo Cojuangco has been huge over the past 55 years and another chapter unfolded this week with the pending retirement of his home-bred...
Chris Roots Part of Peter Snowden will never leave Scone, which is why he says he is going home this weekend.
Kyle Mackey-Laws Gai Waterhouse’s split with John Singleton might be taking the publicity, but spare a thought for two Canberra trainers.
Max Presnell New-age racing has taken a retrograde step with stallions being retired too early, according to John Hawkes.
Former jockey Allan Robinson apparently has more to say about the More Joyous affair, but what that is remains unknown.
Roy Masters How did the John Singleton-Gai Waterhouse inquiry get to this?