Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

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It has been a difficult few years for Newbury racecourse, with outdated facilities, poor prize-money and indifferent management seeing the venue fall from grace, yet changes are underway and Chairman Dominic Burke believes the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...

A Pivotal Role

The red, white and blue silks of Cheveley Park Stud could hardly be a better symbol of British-bred success, both for the Thompsons’ own horses and for the breeders who support their stallions more » Read More...

The doc’s dozen

Dr Richard Newland’s ambition is to win back-to-back Grand Nationals – that wouldn’t be bad going for a 12-horse trainer who only took out his professional licence seven years ago more » Read More...

Treve’s date with destiny

The decision to keep the dual Arc winner in training for a third attempt at the race is a bold one, but what of the only other female to have won two Arcs? more » Read More...

Lucida a triumph of bold inbreeding

Close relatives Shamardal and Street Cry combine in Godolphin’s Rockfel Stakes winner more » Read More...

Showcasing champions is integral to horseracing

Noble Mission following in the footsteps of his brother Frankel is a remarkable achievement more » Read More...

Elm Park delights at Doncaster

First Group 1 winner for Phoenix Reach as Qatar Racing enjoy top-flight win in Britain more » Read More...

Record figures posted at Tattersalls

Buoyant Book 1 of October Sale sees six yearlings sold for seven-figure sums more » Read More...

His own Dan

Dan Skelton was assistant trainer to Paul Nicholls for seven of his title-winning campaigns, but when the chance to train himself came along he decided it was time to cut the cord more » Read More...

Riding racing’s rollercoaster

As the Flat season reaches its climax in England, France and America, we speak to a man who enjoyed success in all three countries – former jockey Walter Swinburn more » Read More...

Sea The Moon to stand at Lanwades Stud

German Derby winner the latest addition to Newmarket stallion ranks for 2015 more » Read More...

There has never been a weekend like it

it was hectic but the races on September 13 and 14 did not fail for lack of quality or quantity more » Read More...