John O Shea
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.
Michael Lynch The father-and-son team will soon finish at Darley and start on their own, writes Michael Lynch.
Patrick Bartley Glen Boss may have been overlooked for the plum ride on Lankan Rupee in Saturday's $1 million Newmarket Handicap, but the leading jockey on Tuesday night gained the ride on talented Sydney sprinter...
Chris Roots New Zealand trainer Trent Busuttin was left to look on as Dissident took out the Hobartville Stakes after pre-post favourite El Roca was a late scratching because of a breach of race-day treatment...
Chris Roots Sweet Idea landed some good bets as she won Saturday's Light Fingers Stakes but even her jockey, Tommy Berry, was surprised when Guelph wasn't there to challenge.
Patrick Bartley Saturday presents a golden opportunity for local sprinter Samaready to shine.
Max Presnell Around the world, women trainers, led by our world record-holder Gai Waterhouse, have had an awesome year.
Warwick Barr James McDonald is locked in for one of the best mounts of the autumn but it now seems every leading trainer has the young jockey on their carnival wishlist.
Adam Pengilly and Matt Jones Some punters were furious when vision of a controversial race at Randwick appeared to identify Kinnersley as the winner of the seventh event before a dead heat was declared.
Max Presnell Racing two-year-olds in Saturday's Black Caviar Lightning Stakes at Flemington could be described as "unconventional", a word that fits Cranbourne trainer Robbie Laing.
Chris Roots Desleigh Forster wants to forget Adebisi's last preparation and expects a return to his previous form in Friday's Canterbury Classic.
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 Sharkie Scenery set to change at Darley Australia with head trainer Peter Snowden to leave.