Chris Roots There will be no grand celebration for Damien Oliver's 100th group 1 victory, the moment has passed, but the pursuit of records will continue on Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente at Flemington on...
Michael Sharkie Leading jockey's remarkable comeback continues to gain momentum.
Andrew Garvey It was no surprise to see a big smile on jockey's face after Bull Point scored resounding first-up win.
Max Presnell The battle for supremacy between champion Damien Oliver and the New Zealand whizz-kid James McDonald will be a feature of Saturday's Canterbury card.
Patrick Bartley Jockey now secured to ride Perth Cup favourite Black Tycoon on New Year's Day.
Max Presnell Damien Oliver had a bad day on Saturday. Maybe he lacked Canterbury match practice but he looked more the apprentice than the master compared with Kiwi whizz-kid James McDonald.
Andrew Webster At a charity function held in Melbourne a week ago, Richard Callander was cracking jokes, as the big fella often does.
Patrick Bartley This time last year, against a groundswell of disapproval, Damien Oliver managed to ride in the Melbourne Cup.
Chris Roots In the past year, Gai Waterhouse and Damien Oliver have been the centre of controversies, but on Tuesday they were forgotten and the sun had never shone so brightly for the pair as they combined with...
Chris Roots Damien Oliver wanted to do something special for his children after winning his third Melbourne Cup but knew there would be no room on the victory parade because Fiorente has so many connections.
Michael Lynch Gai Waterhouse and Damian Oliver add another big race triumph to their list.
Damien Oliver is banking on the Melbourne Cup being the right form line in the Hong Kong Vase as he attempts to add to previous International day successes at Sha Tin on Sunday.
Patrick Bartley Chad Schofield’s decision to go freelance reaped more rewards on Monday when he took out the $400,000 Adelaide Cup on Outback Joe on his first visit to South Australia.
Jockey Damien Oliver issued the following statement after a report in The Sunday Age that the jockey had bet $10,000 on a rival horse in a race in which he was riding.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker AUSTRALIA'S top jockey Damien Oliver - who will ride equal favourite Americain in today's Melbourne Cup - has admitted to racing authorities that he bet on a rival horse in a 2010 race and expects to...
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker Australia's leading jockey Damien Oliver allegedly bet around $10,000 on a rival horse to beat a horse he was riding in the same race, in an apparent, flagrant breach of the rules of racing.
Racing Victoria's chief executive Robert Hines has rejected suggestions that a deal had been struck with leading jockey Damien Oliver prior to his admission that he had placed a $10,000 bet on a...
Disgraced jockey Damien Oliver - a career in pictures
Chris Roots A perfect storm is heading towards Sydney for The Championships in April.
Patrick Bartley Robert Smerdon's decision to overlook last spring's riches with stayer Cooldini could be rewarded on Monday with a win in the $400,000 Adelaide Cup.