Andrew Webster History squares the ledger with itself eventually. It might have taken exactly four decades, but it will finally be squared for Frank Reys on Tuesday.
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.
Paul Hayward Sir Henry Cecil was the character Evelyn Waugh forgot to write: a blue-blooded wild child whose dissolute early life offered no hint of his brilliant talent.
Max Presnell The balance of probabilities for today’s outstanding Royal Randwick meeting, particularly the Randwick Guineas, rests on the under hoof conditions.
Michael Lynch Eight people hold legal title to the great mare, but thousands have accepted her as their own.
Michael Lynch David Hayes is hoping a host of promising youngsters can help propel him back to the top of the tree.
Patrick Bartley When Racing Victoria, in 2010, put out the offer for one major country race club to stage a Saturday stand-alone race meeting in March, officials were understandably in fear and trepidation of how...
Patrick Bartley David Hayes and his former apprentice Chad Schofield will discuss the future, if any, of their trainer-jockey relationship.
Chris Roots Gai Waterhouse has won 31 group 1 miles at Randwick but she is yet to win the Randwick Guineas
Chris Roots Colin Scott only has four horses in his team, but it only takes one to win Saturday's Canterbury Stakes at Randwick.
Chris Roots David Hayes is eying the Golden Slipper and start a late rally with a $2.4 million yearling Willderness at Bendigo.
Tim Habel CHAMPION jockey Roy Higgins was today farewelled with a guard of honour by past and present jockeys and trainers before his hearse completed a final lap of Flemington racecourse.
Phil Lutton Gai Waterhouse's Melbourne Cup winner, superstar galloper Fiorente, remains in Doomben Cup calculations as connections plan their path to an assault on Royal Ascot in England.
Patrick Bartley As Tony Vasil battles the effects of depression, his team of horses will moved to another stable by the end of the month.
Peter Hanlon Roy Higgins left the Flemington mounting yard for the last time on Thursday.
Chris Roots Having a good two-year-old changes trainers, Lee Curtis is the first to admit that. However, it won’t force him to pay a $150,000 Golden Slipper late entry for Press Report without good reason.
Chris Roots Zoustar’s “playful tongue” has led to a small gear change going into Saturday’s Canterbury Stakes at Randwick, but Jim Cassidy doesn’t think there will be any change to his winning habit.
Chris Roots Nash Rawiller has a near perfect record on Red Tracer and wouldn’t be swap her for any horse, including $20 million colt Zoustar, in the Canterbury Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.
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Chris Roots Chris Waller has $20 million colt Zoustar "ready to go" for Saturday's $500,000 Canterbury Stakes but he says race fitness is a concern heading to Randwick.