John O Shea
Chris Roots Earthquake, one of Australia's best juvenile fillies, steps out for the first time as a three-year-old at Randwick on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly John O'Shea has never had a runner in the Melbourne Cup but may soon get his chance after Godolphin turned up the heat in its quest to win the great race.
Chris Roots When John O'Shea started at Darley, it was a case of finding out what was going to work for what horses, and Generalife has answered the call.
Warwick Barr The trainer who lured James McDonald to Australia could fittingly hold the key to the young jockey's bid to claim sole ownership of the 2013-2014 the Sydney riders' championship.
Chris Roots John O’Shea could again taste group 1 success on Saturday but he won’t be at Rosehill, instead he'll be in Dubai as he prepares to take over as Darley’s head trainer in May.
Chris Roots John O'Shea wants a couple of clear days and a wide barrier to give Savvy Nature his best hope to win the Australian Derby at Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots John O'Shea would love to finish his time as a public trainer with a group 1 win with Gypsy Diamond in the Queen Of The Turf at Randwick on Saturday.
Chris Roots The wins of Cameo and Seaside at Scone at the weekend offered another couple of firsts for Darley trainer John O’Shea.
Chris Roots Knoydart proved a frustration for Darley's previous top man Peter Snowden but he could be ready to deliver a group 1 in Saturday's Doomben 10,000 to open account of his successor John O'Shea.
Chris Roots John O'Shea will step back from being the public face of Darley's racing interests to concentrate on learning about his team of more than 400 horses.
Matt Jones While John O'Shea is still getting used to life as Darley's head trainer, jockey Kerrin McEvoy said he was adapting quickly to riding for a new trainer who he admits does things differently to Peter...
Adam Pengilly Joe Pride has not been afraid of picking up the phone to quiz John O'Shea - he just hopes he has learnt enough about stable acquisition Steps In Time to topple O'Shea's pocket rocket White Sage at...
Michael Sharkie Darley has finally named a replacement for the departing Peter Snowden and have announced that John O'Shea will replace him.
Chris Roots John O'Shea will have gone full circle when he returns to Warwick Farm in May.
Chris Roots John O'Shea will have gone full circle when he returns to Warwick Farm next May, where his training career began, as the head trainer for the country's biggest racing operation, Darley.
Chris Roots Peter Snowden has taken up the offer of 66 boxes at Randwick to start his career as a public trainer from May.
Chris Roots John O'Shea wants to get unbeaten White Sage into the big game come the autumn and that is what this preparation is about.
Chris Roots John O'Shea is not concerned about the wide draw for his unbeaten filly White Sage in Saturday's Festival Stakes, but the rail being out six metres is a worry.
Chris Roots John O'Shea is set to be announced as Darley's head trainer as early as Thursday following a final interview.
Adam Pengilly Real men don't cry, or so the saying goes. Perhaps John Thompson should be the exception to the old adage.