Peter Hanlon

Peter Hanlon

Peter Hanlon has worked at The Age since 1995, initially as deputy sports editor, subsequently as editor of the Saturday and Sunday Age sports sections, and since 2007 as a senior sports writer. He writes extensively on the AFL, and has also covered the Beijing Olympics and Delhi Commonwealth Games.

Racing

Geelong win is Ibicenco's Cup pass: Moody

Ibicenco

Peter Hanlon A European horse which loves jumping was fancied to win the Geelong Cup, and after his German-bred stayer Ibicenco duly upset the favoured Forgotten Voice trainer Peter Moody said his six-year-old...

Horse Racing

Ibicenco jumps to it

In charge: Ibicenco (left) wins the Geelong Cup to boost his claims for the Melbourne Cup.

Peter Hanlon A European horse who loves jumping was fancied to win the Geelong Cup.

Frequent flyer hits trouble, but he'll be back

Umberto Rispoli

Peter Hanlon In taking a first-time tourist from the airport to a city hotel after dark, then down the highway to the Geelong Cup and straight back to the departure lounge, there is a chance they could form a...

Horse Racing

Play or fold, the age-old dilemma

Trainer Peter Moody with Black Caviar.

Peter Hanlon Ever since her robust recovery from the tears and strains that still couldn't beat her at Royal Ascot left Black Caviar's connections with no reason not to go again, the only question left unanswered...

Horse Racing

Old and young give their girl a fond farewell

Black Caviar.

Peter Hanlon The fans came in droves and were not disappointed.