Adam Pengilly, Matt Jones Gai Waterhouse has questioned whether Rubick should retain Blue Diamond favouritism after Nayeli sparked a dual-state assault for racing's first lady.
Andrew Garvey After one of the biggest wins of his career with Polanski in the Victoria Derby at Flemington last Saturday, trainer Robbie Laing bookended Melbourne Cup week, by winning the group three $150,000...
Scott Spits Join us for rolling coverage of the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival, including the running of the group 1 Emirates Stakes over 1600 metres.
Michael Lynch Darley colt Safeguard just held on to his unbeaten record when he kicked off his three-year-old campaign with a nose win over David Hayes' luckless Fast 'n' Rocking in the 1100-metre Vain Stakes.
Michael Lynch Caulfield trainer Mick Price's two imports clashed in the Legacy 2013 Appeal Handicap.
Patrick Bartley WITH the impending arrival of a powerful contingent of European stayers for the spring carnival, New Zealand galloper Ocean Park served notice that he would play a part in the major races over the...
Patrick Bartley New Zealand galloper Ocean Park serves notice that he will play a part in the major races over the next two months with a with victory in the Underwood Stakes.
Michael Sharkie Wendy Kelly has Silver Falls in career-best form and the four-year-old is a chance today.
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.
Andrew Eddy Jockey confirms he will ride super colt Pierro in the Cox Plate.
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.
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.