Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Still riding high at 60

A milestone birthday for New Zealand jockey Noel Harris was celebrated with a race named in his honour on a day he rode in five races on the card more » Read More...

Godolphin award finalists announced

Sixty go forward to next round of judging for prestigious £120,000 awards night more » Read More...

A vintage year for freshmen

Lope De Vega headed an impressive crew of young stallions at the top of the first-season sires' table for 2014 more » Read More...

The gift that keeps on giving

A century after William Hall Walker gave his land and bloodstock to the government, the farm that has become the Irish National Stud continues to thrive more » Read More...

Diamond Geezer

Jamie Moore might not have the profile of his jet-setting brother Ryan, but thanks to father Gary’s stable star Sire De Grugy, his career is heading in the right direction more » Read More...

Remembering Triple Crown winner Gainsborough

The colt who failed to sell at Tattersalls but went on to excel as a racehorse and as a stallion more » Read More...

Aiming for the top

Success generally does breed success but anomalies keep breeders hoping for the best more » Read More...

Grade 1 success for British National Hunt sires

Midnight Legend and Kayf Tara represented by major Irish winners Sizing John and Lieutenant Colonel more » Read More...

Emperor reigns at Chepstow

Second Welsh National for Venetia Willliams as Emperor's Choice just outguns Benvolio more » Read More...

High Chaparral dies at 15

Dual Derby and Breeders’ Cup hero succumbs to a perforated intenstine more » Read More...

In with the New

Twiston-Davies family celebrate back-to-back successes in the International Hurdle with The New One more » Read More...

Kodiac breaks his brother’s record

A total of 43 juvenile winners this season has seen Kodiac supass Invincible Spirit's European benchmark more » Read More...

Phoenix Rising

There’s plenty to celebrate at Mickley Stud, with a Group 1-winning juvenile for Phoenix Reach plus the arrival of two new stallions more » Read More...

Phoenix Rising

There’s plenty to celebrate at Mickley Stud, with a Group 1-winning juvenile for Phoenix Reach plus the arrival of two new stallions more » Read More...

Onwards and uplands

Warren Greatrex’s go-it-alone gamble has started to pay off big time as the up-and-coming trainer now has 70 horses and ambitions to post a top-ten finish more » Read More...

Can Newbury emerge from the shadows?

It has been a difficult few years for Newbury racecourse, with outdated facilities, poor prize-money and indifferent management seeing the venue fall from grace, yet changes are underway and Chairman Dominic Burke believes the track 'has got its mojo back' more » Read More...

Danzig’s dominance on show at HQ

Late Claiborne sire’s male line responsible for all six starters in the Middle Park Stakes more » Read More...

Do championship racedays really work?

The concept began in America with the Breeders’ Cup, yet it’s doubtful whether such events really do produce many extra horseracing fans more » Read More...

Frankel filly foal sets new Irish record

Al Eile Stud's daughter of Classic heroine Finsceal Beo sells for €1.8m at Goffs more » Read More...