Andrew Garvey As far as the training fraternity was concerned it was a day of doubles at Flemington, with David Hayes, Leon Corstens and Peter Moody all enjoying multiple wins.
Michael Rodd It was the phone call I didn't want to take. When Mark Kavanagh's name flashed up on my mobile on Tuesday morning my heart sank.
Michael Rodd Atlantic Jewel’s jockey reflects on the mare’s brilliant career, which seems to have ended early.
Michael Sharkie Without a standout filly to take the headlines, the Thousand Guineas was drifting quietly into the background, but the potential clash of two unbeaten fillies has it firmly back in the spring...
Andrew Eddy Atlantic Jewel's half sister Commanding Jewel will continue to chase the spring's first classic in 10 days despite fears she might not be seasoned enough after she faded into third place in the Group...
Andrew Eddy Atlantic Jewel's half-sister fades into third place in Edward Manifold Stakes.
Michael Sharkie, Andrew Eddy EUROPEAN import Green Moon confirmed his place as the leading locally-trained Melbourne Cup seed yesterday when he defied a horrid wide run to win the Turnbull Stakes.
Andrew Eddy Jockey confirms he will ride super colt Pierro in the Cox Plate.
Andrew Eddy There are only miserable odds on offer for tomorrow's likely Caulfield Guineas winner.
Patrick Bartley, Michael Sharkie LEADING trainer Leon Corstens said yesterday he had no issue booking Damien Oliver to ride his Thousand Guineas second favourite Commanding Jewel at Caulfield tomorrow, despite connections of other...
Robert Grant Leading trainer Leon Corstens says Damien Oliver will be ''busting his boiler'' to win on the $500,000 Thousand Guineas second favourite Commanding Jewel at Caulfield today.
Peter Hanlon Damien Oliver, the jockey in the midst of a betting scandal, stole centre stage at Caulfield today when he piloted star filly Commanding Jewel to an easy victory in the group 1 Thousand Guineas.
Peter Hanlon Damien Oliver has risen to great heights before when burdened with a heavy heart.
Patrick Bartley and Chris Roots Embattled jockey demanding percentage of any prizemoney My Quest For Peace wins in Caulfield and Melbourne cups.
Will Brodie Last year's Melbourne Cup winner defies a bad barrier and a big weight for a stunning Caulfield Cup triumph.
Andrew Eddy It is not just the local stayers who are feeling the Melbourne Cup squeeze.
Leon Corstens Fantome Gris may better next time around - but she could also win.
Leading trainers Wayne Hawkes and Leon Corstens, and jockey Michael Rodd give you the lowdown on their runners on Cox Plate day.
Andrew Eddy and Will Brodie There were several familiar local faces with multiples chances still in the Melbourne Cup when second acceptances were taken for the race this morning.
This year's Melbourne Cup carnival is expected to start on a winning note.