Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Plenty of cheer to start the new year

Late December and early January saw an abundance of British-bred National Hunt winners more » Read More...

Victims of fashion

The fluctuation of stallion book sizes highlights fickle nature of the breeding industry more » Read More...

Coming of age

Currently enjoying his best season to date, Britain’s champion National Hunt sire Kayf Tara turned 21 in January and has spent his entire career at Overbury Stud, where he has recently been joined by some exciting young stallions more » Read More...

A woman for all seasons

Jessica Harrington is the only female who regularly appears in Ireland’s top ten jumps trainers’ list, yet she is equally capable on the Flat and could have a candidate for 2015 Classic glory more » Read More...

From Rous to Rust

Admiral Rous’s book is a treasure, his regime one to aspire to. Nick Rust is the latest to walk in the shadow of this giant of the turf, but is he the benevolent dictator we need? more » Read More...

Where are all the women in racing?

Top trainer Jessica Harrington says situation in Ireland is ‘laughable’ more » Read More...

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...