Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

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...

Under pressure

In the first of a two-part series on racing’s coverage in the media, we look at how newspapers treat the sport and discuss what can be done to improve its appeal more » Read More...

The difficult second book

Freshmen are all the rage but can suffer from dwindling support in subsequent years more » Read More...

Jumping Legend of the breeze-ups

One of Britain's leading jumps sires, Midnight Legend, started his career in the two-year-old sales more » Read More...

Toast of Dubai

Major success on the world stage for Jamie Osborne as exciting colt lands UAE Derby more » Read More...

One man and his dog (and quite a few horses)

Malcolm Bastard has been on the breeze-up scene longer than most and combines a thriving consigning and pre-training business with a passion for sheepdog trials more » Read More...

No Ructions as good run continues for Easterby

Listed mares' contest goes to Yorkshire as daughter of Westerner triumphs at Newbury more » Read More...

Lord Windermere prevails in Gold Cup thriller

Jim Culloty joins elite band to have trained and ridden the winner of steeplechasing's blue riband more » Read More...

World at his feet

More Of That outlasts Annie Power while four-time World Hurdle winner Big Buck’s retires more » Read More...

Jezki in command for Harrington

New Champion Hurdler crowned on day Quevega sets Festival record with sixth victory more » Read More...