Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

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...

Rouget dining at the top table

Seven Group 1s and a probable trainers' title at the end of the rainbow - Jean-Claude Rouget is nailing his aim of joining the 'big circle' of messrs O'Brien, Gosden and Fabre more » Read More...

The heat is on

Summer's here but it's no holiday on the sales circuit, where from August 14 the serious business of yearling trade begins more » Read More...

Too much focus on betting

Mark Johnston exaggerated his comments about betting coverage on Channel 4 Racing, but his sentiment was correct more » Read More...

From Johannesburg to Chile

Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner Johannesburg is compiling a rich legacy in North and South America and beyond more » Read More...

Red and white flying high

Chelsea Vice-Chairman, Alan Spence has had much to shout about as an owner - with top notchers like Jukebox Jury, Josses Hill and sprinting star Profitable more » Read More...

Reel slips rivals under Moore masterclass

Aidan O'Brien claimed his fourth victory in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes more » Read More...

Wootton Bassett reaping dividends in Normandy

Unbeaten juvenile fell out of love with racing but is making giant strides as a stallion more » Read More...

The clock stops on legendary jumps sire

Midnight Legend leaves behind a legacy of National Hunt performers and broodmares more » Read More...

Limato blows rivals away in July Cup romp

Henry Candy gained his first success in the Group 1 feature in spectacular fashion more » Read More...

Aidan O’Brien springs a first Falmouth success

Alice Springs became the first Irish-trained filly to win the Tattersalls 250th Year Falmouth Stakes more » Read More...

A twist of fate

The Derby does not have the profile it used to, partly due to the wreckers that moved it to Saturday from Wednesday, but it is still the event racing professionals covet the most more » Read More...

Sires’ championships start to take shape

First-season sires offering hope and entertainment as Sea The Stars makes inroads on his half-brother more » Read More...