Danny O Brien
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...
Chris Roots Danny O'Brien has aimed Cox Plate winner Shamus Award at the Australian Guineas since the spring and believes he is spot on heading to Flemington on Saturday.
Mathew Toogood Shamus Award is primed to repeat his Cox Plate heroics when he returns to racing in another weight-for-age feature on Saturday.
Adam Bourke Trainer Danny O'Brien is confident Belle Couture will make it in group class despite her defeat on debut at Bendigo on Sunday.
Patrick Bartley The Australia-wide Waterhouse brand looks set to add the Australian Cup to her list of race victories.
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 Lynch Form is temporary, class is permanent. It's an old sporting adage that often is the case.
Michael Lynch When a three-year-old takes on his elders first up in Group 1 company and runs a respectably close third, he might be expected to tighten up in the market for a classic race against his own age group...
Andrew Garvey It wasn't Black Caviar blitzing the field in a group 1 sprint at Flemington, but for her part-owner Neil Werrett it was the next best thing.
Andrew Garvey This time it might not have been Black Caviar returning to scale but her majority owner was again a winner.
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 The autumn team of John O'Shea will be on show this week as the barrier trials at Warwick Farm and Randwick outweigh the racing on offer at Rosehill on Saturday.
Michael Lynch Irish apprentice hoping he can make as big a splash in Dubai as he has in Australia.
Chris Roots Black Caviar's $5 million half-brother was fighting for his life on Thursday night and is unlikely to race after developing laminitis at the Werribee Veterinary Clinic.
Chris Roots White Sage is only small but she has a big motor. She is so small that apprentice Lester Grace dropped his irons a couple of notches on her in the 3½-length win at Rosehill on Saturday, which...
Andrew Garvey Sheikh Fahad al Thani's brilliant introduction to Australian racing continued on Saturday.
John Holloway Australia has another big spender on the international circuit with the Sun International Group purchasing eight well-credentialed broodmares at the Arqana Broodmare Sale in France last Saturday.
Max Presnell Perhaps a Bendigo maiden lacks pizazz but one is scheduled to relaunch the Black Caviar dynasty, which is undergoing a horror stretch, on Sunday.
Adam Bourke Trainer Danny O'Brien confident Belle Couture will make a group class filly.
Andrew Garvey Irish apprentice admits he still has plenty to learn, saying he messed up timing on a few horses.