Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Hurry On

Three colts achieved Triple Crown fame during World War I, but the champion of the time was the St Leger hero of 100 years ago, Hurry On more » Read More...

Full of hope

Danny Tudhope struggled after riding out his claim but having joined forces with David O'Meara, he is now a multiple Group 1-winning rider with future championship aspirations more » Read More...

Survival of the fittest

After the blow of losing Sheikh Mohammed Obaid's string business is returning to whatever passes as normal more » Read More...

Working towards harmony

BHA Chairman Steve Harman is encouraged by the cooperative spirit among industry stakeholders under the Members' Agreement, though admits that a "good first year" will be followed by bigger tests in 2017 more » Read More...

Nicking the limelight

The baton has been passed from Sadler's Wells and Danzig to Galileo and War Front more » Read More...

Dod’s pair set for Nunthorpe assignment

Mecca's Angel will attempt to clinch back-to-back victories in next week's Nunthorpe Stakes more » Read More...

Wildenstein Stables choose Goffs for their dispersal

One of the world's most successful racing and breeding operations is winding back it's involvement more » Read More...

Blessing never headed to land first Group 1

Francois Rohaut took the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville for the first time in his career more » Read More...

Three-time champion not to rush return

Ryan Moore will miss the ride aboard Caravaggio in the Phoenix Stakes on Sunday more » Read More...

Dettori set to make tenth Shergar Cup appearance

Treve's jockey Thierry Jarnet and South African ace Gavin Lerena among the talent on show more » Read More...

Royal approval bestowed upon Musselburgh Racecourse

East Lothian's premier track will stage the £100,000 Queen's Cup on Easter Saturday more » Read More...