John O Shea

Racing

John O'Shea hopes Gypsy Diamond can help him finish on a high

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.

Racing

John O'Shea says Savvy Nature will be at home out wide on drier track

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.

Horseracing

John O'Shea to watch Rosehill group 1s from Dubai

John O'Shea.

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.

Rosehill preview: Joe Pride not afraid to seek Sage advice from John O'Shea

SPORT Horse racing at Rosehill 31.3.12
race4
winner Rain Affair
ridden by Corey Brown
trainer Joe Pride
SHD   Pic JENNY EVANS

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...

John O'Shea has Coolmore Classic plans for White Sage

John O' Shea.

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.

Racing

John O'Shea puts White Sage to the test in Festival Stakes

White Sage

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.

Trainer John O'Shea tipped for Darley head role

SPORT Horse racing at Warwick Farm, 19.11.11

Race 3
winner Hendricus
ridden by Nash Rawiller (outside horse)
trainer John o'shea pictured
SHD   pic JENNY EVANS

Chris Roots John O'Shea is set to be announced as Darley's head trainer as early as Thursday following a final interview.

Horse Racing

John O'Shea named as head trainer of Darley Australia in 2014

Michael Sharkie Darley has finally named a replacement for the departing Peter Snowden and have announced that John O'Shea will replace him.

Horse Racing

Trainer John O'Shea back at Warwick Farm

Trainer John O’Shea.

Chris Roots John O'Shea will have gone full circle when he returns to Warwick Farm in May.

Racing

John O'Shea takes on the job of a lifetime as Darley's new trainer

John O'Shea

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.

Racing

Peter Snowden swaps with John O'Shea to take over Randwick stables

Peter Snowden

Chris Roots Peter Snowden has taken up the offer of 66 boxes at Randwick to start his career as a public trainer from May.

Horseracing

Nathan Berry honoured as Tom Berry and Diamond Drille win Queen Of The Turf

Chris Roots Wearing the blue his twin brother Nathan loved, Tom Berry produced a shock result in the Queen Of The Turf on DIamond Drille.

Horse racing

Zoustar likely to head to England without another run

The end: Zoustar, riden here by Jim Cassidy, may have run his last race in Australia.

Chris Roots Zoustar looks to have have run his last race in Australia after being scratched from the T.J. Smith Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Racing

Silent Achiever primed to produce another knockout blow in The BMW

Chris Roots A couple of weeks ago, the clash of Fiorente and It's A Dundeel was billed as a heavyweight championship before The Championships.

Racing

Voleuse De Coeurs ready to rattle the heavyweights in The BMW, says Michael Moroney

SPORT Messene ridden by James McDonald wins the last race at Canterbury on 28 December 2013. Generic Pic of jockeys hand and reins Pic JENNY EVANS

Chris Roots Trainer Michael Moroney, the underbidder on Fiorente when he was sold in England, believes he has the Irish mare to beat the Melbourne Cup winner in The BMW at Rosehill on Saturday.

The Mail

Nash Rawiller and Hugh Bowman bump on track and before stewards

Chris Roots dinkus

Chris Roots Nash Rawiller and Hugh Bowman got in a bumping duel on the turn in the Todman Stakes on Wandjina and Risen From Doubt and it continued in the stewards room.

Horse racing

Paul and Peter Snowden are chasing a dream farewell from the Darley racing operation

Trainer Paul Snowden with 2010 Blue Diamond-Golden Slipper Winner Sepoy

Michael Lynch The father-and-son team will soon finish at Darley and start on their own, writes Michael Lynch.

Host O'Shea wants to spoil visitor's party in Coolmore

SPORT Horse racing at Warwick Farm, 19.11.11

Race 3
winner Hendricus
ridden by Nash Rawiller (outside horse)
trainer John o'shea pictured
SHD   pic JENNY EVANS

Chris Roots Japanese mare Hana's Goal could be the x-factor in the Coolmore Classic according to gracious host John O'Shea, who wants turn party pooper at Rosehill on Saturday.

Horseracing

Glen Boss to ride Bernabeu in Newmarket Handicap

Glen Boss.

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...

Horseracing

Flemington preview: Baby Boomwaa in for torrid time against the grown-ups in Lightning Stakes

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.