Chris Roots Brett Prebble has knocked off a Golden Slipper and Melbourne Cup as a fly in, fly out jockey in recent years but, as he jumps on Green Moon in Saturday's Cox Plate, he will be doing so after a more...
Patrick Bartley World class jockey Brett Prebble remains confident that his final day at Flemington will bring success.
Peter Davis Countless kilometres of air travel have cobbled together much of racing's brightest equine talent for Sunday's Hong Kong International meeting at Sha Tin.
Chris Roots Lloyd Williams might not have a trainer's licence, but form student and bookmaker Robbie Waterhouse has declared him the “the best trainer of stayers in the world” after a remarkable past year.
Patrick Bartley, Michael Lynch The owners of Simenon were relieved to hear that their tough stayer had moved up to No.22.
Chris Roots Chris Waller went to Flemington with his best chance of winning a Melbourne Cup.
Ray Huxley The $1 million stakemoney ensures the Emirates Stakes is only for the best of the best.
Edited by Will Brodie and Scott Spits Thousands of well-dressed patrons are expected to flock to Flemington for 'Ladies Day', featuring the staying classic for three-year-old fillies.
Patrick Bartley Trainer pays $50,000 late entry for Prince Harada to start in Golden Rose at Rosehill.
Michael Lynch Melbourne Cup favourite Puissance De Lune has the ideal impost - 54.5 kilograms, the race-day weight carried by the past three winners - to triumph in this year's 3200-metre stamina test after...
Patrick Bartley Crack New Zealand jockey James McDonald admitted that he had his heart in his mouth in the early stages of Saturday's group 1 Underwood Stakes (1800 metres) before It's A Dundeel gunned down star...
Patrick Bartley It's A Dundeel is now one of the leading chances in this year's Cox Plate.
Patrick Bartley One of Victoria's most respected racing executives believes that Saturday's group 1 $500,000 Turnbull Stakes at Flemington will provide significant insight into the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups.
Patrick Bartley It was a case of good news and bad news from the Werribee quarantine station.
Patrick Bartley There was good and bad news from the Werribee quarantine station: one international sprinter impressed track watchers but a stayer appeared to be suffering from the rigours of his long trip from...
Ray Huxley Gai Waterhouse is determined to be back on top during this Melbourne spring carnival.
Michael Lynch Horses can make fools of us all. They can even win - only to wind up losers.
Tim Habel Highly rated former English stayer Sea Moon earned an automatic start and complicated Caulfield Cup calculations with a dogged Herbert Power Handicap win at Caulfield on Saturday.
Chris Roots Craig Williams confident that Dandino has the class and ability to handle the pressure.
Chris Roots Craig Williams will attempt to win a third consecutive Caulfield Cup, full of confidence Dandino has the class and ability to handle the pressure at Caulfield on Saturday.