Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Many Clouds brings up National double for Aspell

Lambourn celebrates as Oliver Sherwood provides Trevor Hemmings with a third winner of Aintree's historic race more » Read More...

Up to the Mark

Sir Mark Prescott is closing in on 2,000 winners, not bad for a trainer who has never had, or wanted, more than 50 boxes – even when Sheikh Mohammed came calling more » Read More...

The first lady of Liverpool

As the first woman to occupy the post of Aintree Chairman, Rose Paterson is gearing up for her debut Grand National meeting more » Read More...

Classic engagements

Only a fraction will stand their ground but the list of French entries is worth perusing more » Read More...

McCoy given hero’s welcome at Cheltenham

Retiting champion jockey lands Grade 1 success aboard Uxizandre in the Ryanair Chase more » Read More...

Bullet hits the target in Queen Mother Champion Chase

Nicholls halts Mullins domination with a hat-trick of wins on day two of the Cheltenham Festival more » Read More...

Mullins the dominant force at Cheltenham

Ireland's champion jumps trainer lands unprecedented four Grade 1 contests in one day more » Read More...

Peter and Tom go head to head

As an eight-time champion jockey, Peter Scudamore, 56, needs little introduction. His father Michael, who died in July last year, rode 496 winners, among them the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Grand National, two of the races that eluded his son. In 2007, Peter’s son Tom, now 31, was appointed stable jockey to David Pipe, whose father Martin employed Peter in that capacity for seven years from 1986. Ahead of the Cheltenham Festival, both men discuss how their relationship has changed over the years and what it means to be a Scudamore... more » Read More...

The quest for the perfect jumper

In recent years, the Cheltenham winner’s enclosure has welcomed many French-breds – but top-class National Hunt horses emanate from a wide range of sources more » Read More...

Oliver’s hungry for more

His successful association with the Cheltenham Festival dates back to the 1970s but Oliver Sherwood is not content to dwell on past glories – a victory in jump racing’s blue riband would represent a crowning achievement for the Lambourn trainer more » Read More...

Pattern review makes sense

There are now more individual Pattern race winners than there were races in 1993, but at least the recently-announced alterations are welcome more » Read More...

US sires to follow

Experimental Free Handicap and Triple Crown Nominees highlight interesting names more » Read More...

Jessica Fortt crowned Employee of the Year

Dunraven Stud Manager lifts top prize at Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards more » Read More...

New anti-doping rules effective

BHA to implement zero-tolerance policy for anabolic steroids from March 2 more » Read More...

Future Champions Day is re-vamped

New look for Newmarket fixture with and £2m-plus in prize-money now up for grabs more » Read More...

AP McCoy to retire at end of the season

Champion jumps jockey partners Mr Mole to victory to post 200th winner of the season for the tenth time more » Read More...

TBA stallion parade draws large crowd at Tattersalls

Fifteen stallions, including eight freshmen, provide interesting start to February Sale day more » Read More...

Bigger and better

Fifteen stallions on show at the TBA Parade at Tattersalls on Thursday before the February Sale more » Read More...

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...