Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Australia Day

Regally-bred Ballydoyle colt lands third consecutive Derby for Aidan O’Brien more » Read More...

London Sale shaping up to be truly memorable event

Lifetime breeding right to Invincible Spirit to be auctioned alongside 36 breezers and 19 horses in training with Royal Ascot entries more » Read More...

The Treve of life

Chantilly trainer Criquette Head-Maarek has a positive outlook, forged by superb horses – the latest being Arc heroine Treve – but also by some harrowing experiences more » Read More...

Never a dull moment!

This year’s Royal Ascot will be Charles Barnett’s eighth and last as the track’s Chief Executive, his previous role at Aintree having witnessed him deal with a void National and a bomb scare more » Read More...

Racing Foundation grants announced

British Racing School and Northern Racing College among beneficiairies of latest awards more » Read More...

Free movement of thoroughbreds guaranteed

Tripartite Agreement amended to allow easier access for horses of higher health status more » Read More...

Soaring to success

Setting up a new auction house is no easy feat but it was a challenge worth facing for Osarus, which has gained annually in stature and this month celebrates its sixth birthday more » Read More...

Pattern needs trimming to fit

The European Pattern is no longer what it was originally intended to be, its expansion making racing less competitive – and ratings suggest we are not breeding better horses more » Read More...

Galileo’s girls making a name

It takes time for a stallion to establish himself as a broodmare sire but once again the champion sire is emulating his father more » Read More...

Frankel family continues to fire for Lady Cecil

Noble Mission and Joyeuse seal memorable weekend as trainer celebrates her first Group 1 victory more » Read More...

Kingman bounces back for Guineas glory

Khalid Abdullah's colt takes the Irish 2,000 Guineas to give James Doyle a first Classic win more » Read More...

First Classic winner for Le Havre

Avenir Certain's Poue d'Essai des Pouliches victory gives her young sire the edge in second-crop sires' table more » Read More...

Stars in the making

The first crop of six-time Group 1 winner Sea The Stars proving their worth in Classic season more » Read More...

Oh what a Night

QIPCO 2000 Guineas glory for Richard Hannon and Kieren Fallon more » Read More...

Quevega retired as winning streak comes to an end

Cheltenham Festival record-breaker just denied at Punchestown as Jetson proves too strong more » Read More...

Reasons to be cheerful

Six-time champion jockey Kieren Fallon is facing the 2014 season with renewed vigour after almost quitting last year more » Read More...

Am I happy? You bet!

As Chester’s Managing Director, Richard Thomas is in charge of a thriving and diverse business, not just a racecourse more » Read More...

On top of the world

One of Britain’s youngest bloodstock agencies is also one with considerable international clout, with Group winners across the globe to its credit more » Read More...

Persistence rewarded with Thewayyouare

Coolmore’s well-bred son of Kingmambo is gaining plaudits with a rash of good winners more » Read More...

Celebrating a Guineas half-century

Our columnist looks back at some of his favourite memories from the colts’ Classic and anticipates a vintage renewal this year more » Read More...

Fallon’s future optimism not just blue sky thinking

The veteran jockey is enjoying a renaissance in a career as brilliant as it has been troubled more » Read More...

Success provides testament of youth

Retiring colts to stud at three may not be desirable but recent good results will encourage trend more » Read More...

Government lobbying remains crucial for TBA

Meetings on a range of topics are important in protecting breeders’ interests more » Read More...

Olympian Tina Cook to be TBA Ambassador

Members invited to join former eventing European champion on Badminton course walk more » Read More...

Appeal against AI ban dismissed by Federal Court

Lengthy legal challenge by former Sydney Turf Club Chairman Bruce McHugh finally draws to a close in Australia more » Read More...

Just what the Doctor ordered

Grand National glory at the first attempt for Dr Richard Newland, John Provan and Pineau De Re more » Read More...

Azamour dies at 13

Four-time Group 1 winner suffers fractured pelvis in stable accident more » Read More...

Reviving the Triple Crown

The concept took a hit when speed replaced stamina in European pedigrees but its recent resurgence is welcomed more » Read More...

George gets Lucky

George Margarson has come agonisingly close to Group 1 glory before and in Lucky Kristale he might have the filly to propel him into the Classic big time more » Read More...