Stephen Farley trainer of Sincero in Cox Plate.
Geoffrey Fabe Bloodstock Manager for Sheik Fahad discusses the 22 post drawn for Dunaden.
French stayer Dunaden stormed from near the back of the field and won the $2,583,125 Caulfield Cup (Aus-I) Oct. 20 to kept his perfect record in Australia in tact.
Comments from Trainer Peter Moody on the barrier draw for the Caulfield Cup.
Trainer Mark Kavanagh talks about his Caulfield Cup contender December Draw.
Trainer John Sadler talks about Winchester, his runner in the Caulfield Cup.
Trainer Colin Little talks about his runners on Caulfield Cup day.
Con Karakatsanis trains Howmuchdoyouloveme who is running in the Group Two Caulfield Sprint.
Charlie Henderson travelling foreman for Luca Cumani.
Corey Brown jockey of My Quest for Peace in the Caulfield Cup.
Simon O'Donnell owner of Gatewood and My Quest for Peace comments after the barrier draw for the Caulfield Cup.
Stephanie Nigge, travelling foreman for Trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre, talks about Americain.
Paul Snowden trainer runners on Caulfield Cup day.
Trainer Simon Zahra discusses his runners on Caulfield Cup day.
Wayne Hawkes trainer of Niwot in the Caulfield Cup.
Alex Cairns, Traveling Foreman, talks about Jakkalberry's chances in the Caulfield Cup.
Trainer Clarry Connors talks about his runners on Caulfield Cup Day.
Leon McDonald trainer of Southern Speed, who won last year's Caulfield Cup.
Trainer Mick Price discusses his prospects for Caulfield Cup Day.
Peter Moody trainer of Caulfield Cup runners - Lights of Heaven, Sneek a Peek and Voila Ici.
Trainer Robert Smerdon talks about his runners on Caulfield Cup day.
Rob Nicholson the track clocker at Caulfield.
Trainer Anthony Cummings discusses his runners on Caulfield Cup Day.
Barry Pang co-owner Glencadam Gold, Caulfield Cup favorite.
Dave Meijer foreman for Gai Waterhouse discusses Glencadam Gold in the Caulfield Cup.
Arrowfield Stud has withdrawn champion Australian sire Flying Spur from stallion service.
Australian champion sire Redoute's Choice will shuttle to France and stand at the Aga Khan's Haras de Bonneval for the 2013 Northern Hemisphere season.
Carnegie, winner of the 1994 Forte Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Fr-I) for Sheikh Mohammed, has been euthanized because of the infirmities of age.
Henny Hughes, who has sired 18 stakes horses, has been sold to Robert and Jody Gray's Rangeview Stud, located in Bullsbrook, Western Australia. He will stand for Aus$7,700 this year.
A Fastnet Rock colt commanded the highest price of Aust$100,000 ($100,690 in U.S. funds) on the third and final day of William Inglis & Son's Australian weanling and bloodstock sale June 29.
Teardrop Rock brought Aust$125,000 ($125,800 in U.S. funds) to top the select broodmare portion of the William Inglis & Son Australian weanling and bloodstock sale June 28.
The average price increased 54% from a year ago and the median price rose 62.5% during the select weanling portion of the William Inglis & Son Australian weanling and bloodstock sale June 27 in Sydney.
Desert Sun, the broodmare sire of unbeaten Australian Horse of the Year Black Caviar and the sire of Australian and New Zealand Horse of the Year Sunline, has died at Eliza Park in Victoria, Australia.
A daughter of Lonhro brought Aust$160,000 ($155,901 in U.S. funds) to top the second and final session of the Magic Millions national yearling sale June 6 in Australia.
A son of Sebring topped the opening session of the Magic Millions national yearling sale in Australia, bringing Aust$230,000 ($222,771) June 5.
The select portion of the Magic Millions national weanling sale ended its two-day run May 31 in Australia with increases of 14.2% in gross and 31% in average price from the previous year.
The gross and average price each rose 45.6% from the previous year during the opening session of the Magic Millions national weanling sale in Australia May 28. The clearance rate increased to 76% from 66% in 2011.
The select portion of the Magic Millions national broodmare sale ended its two-day run in Australia May 29 with increases of 23.9% in gross and 37.6% in average price from a year ago.
Unbeaten Australian sprinter Black Caviar will not be among the entries for the QIPCO Sussex Stakes (Eng-I) at Goodwood when the one-mile race closes at noon May 29.
Emirates Park Stud in Australia has purchased a half-interest in successful young sire Artie Schiller. An 11-year-old son of El Prado, Artie Schiller is based at WinStar Farm near Versailles, Ky.
More Than Ready, a premier shuttle stallion, has joined his sire in the century club. The son of Southern Halo also has sired three Breeders' Cup winners.
Undefeated Black Caviar racked up victory number 21 in the group I Goodwood Stakes at Morphettville in Adelaide, Australia, May 12, and will head to Great Britain in three weeks to prepare for the Royal Ascot meet.
Undefeated Black Caviar will return to Morphettville in Adelaide, Australia, May 12 to compete in the group I Goodwood Stakes, her final race in Australia before she heads to Great Britain for the Royal Ascot meet in June.
Black Caviar won her 20th race in as many starts April 28 and in the process, the 5-year-old mare set the Australasian record for consecutive wins.
The William Inglis & Son Easter broodmare sale ended April 19 in Sydney in Australia with positive results and feedback for its new format.
Asmahan, who is in foal to Magic Albert, brought the top price of Aust$200,000 ($207,262 in U.S. funds) on the second day of the William Inglis & Son Easter broodmare sale in Australia April 18.
Trainer Peter Moody announced Black Caviar will run in two group I races at Australia's Morphettville track in Adelaide before heading to England for the June 23 Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot.
Sharp Susan and Mimi Lebrock commanded seven-figure prices as the William Inglis & Son Easter Broodmare sale opened April 17 in Australia with a super select session and supplementary offerings.
So You Think, an Irish champion and two-time Australian champion, will be retired from racing in the summer for stallion duty at Coolmore Australia.
A Street Cry half brother to three-time Melbourne Cup (Aust-I) winner Makybe Diva topped the third and final day of session one of the William Inglis & Son Easter yearling sale in Australia.
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