Max Presnell 'They Won't Last'' is the horse Nathan Tinkler named after my prediction. The context escapes me but had his racing business plan been given a moniker, it would have been ''They Don't Last Long''.
Michael Lynch Jockey Ryan Maloney was taken to hospital for observation after he crashed to the turf following the fatal fall of his mount Beltrois, seconds after the pair had combined to score in the Red Tempo...
Michael Lynch As far as comebacks go, Lazarus is usually the benchmark of choice.
Jon Tuxworth Gai Waterhouse-trained and ridden by a hoop with three group 1 wins this year - on paper Kinnersley had plenty going for him before Sunday's Goulburn Cup.
Daniel Sankey Welcome to our live coverage of Melbourne Cup Day for 2012, direct from the mounting yard press room at Flemington.
Daniel Sankey Live from the track at Flemington, we bring you all the action from on and off the track.
French stayer Dunaden will have to overcome a wide barrier to defend his Melbourne Cup crown. Dunaden, to be ridden by Craig Williams, drew barrier 16 in the 24-horse field.
Just 50 metres after the start, topweight Dunaden clipped his heels and nearly fell.
Daniel Sankey Welcome to our live coverage of Crown Oaks Day, coming to you from the mounting yard press room at Flemington.
Michael Lynch ONE man's misfortune is another man's opportunity.
Michael Lynch Luke Nolen's suspension opens the door for Vlad Duric to end carnival with a bang.
Edited by Scott Spits The latest news and results on the final day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival, Emirates Stakes Day at Flemington.
Andrew Eddy ADELAIDE trainer Paul Beshara has always maintained his best horse, Happy Trails, would one day win him a good race and so it was with much delight he cheered home his $11,000 yearling purchase in...
Andrew Eddy Paul Beshara has always maintained that his best horse, Happy Trails, would win a good race.
Peter Hanlon It has been a funny old spring, with lauded favourites fading and bargain horses saluting.
History will say Dunaden can't win the Caulfield and Melbourne cups, but he's a very special horse.
Andrew Eddy It is not just the local stayers who are feeling the Melbourne Cup squeeze.
Peter Hanlon Gai Waterhouse is upbeat despite a dismal start to her carnival, writes Peter Hanlon.
Peter Hanlon GAI WATERHOUSE has trained eight winners since the spring carnival picked up speed at Caulfield two weeks ago.
IT IS 12 months exactly since he last won a race, yet seemingly everything points to DECEMBER DRAW (Race 7, No. 3) as being the horse to beat in tomorrow's group 1 Turnbull Stakes.