Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

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...

Fiorente and Green Moon star in thrilling Australian Cup

Last two Melbourne Cup winners battle out finish on a sad day for Australian racing as death of legendary jockey Roy Higgins is announced more » Read More...

Fry’s Dorset Delight

Paul Nicholls says he started out like a “wet weekend”, but after learning the ropes Harry Fry is now putting the experience to good use more » Read More...

Where there’s muck there’s class

The ground may be horrendous but Leighton Aspell is having the time of his life – a first ever Cheltenham Festival winner would crown a superb season more » Read More...

Annie get your gun

Willie Mullins’s star mare will be shooting for glory at Cheltenham, and she represents a very special namesake for her breeder Eamon Cleary more » Read More...

Embracing the winter game

There can be no more enthusiastic supporters of British National Hunt breeding than David and Teresa Futter, who have three new stallions at Yorton Farm more » Read More...

Kitten’s stock a juvenile joy

The Ramseys’ champion middle-distance horse sires plenty of precocious youngsters more » Read More...

Still sitting Pretty

In March 1999 two racing anoraks ‘chickened out and laid themselves open to ridicule’ by naming Pretty Polly broodmare of the century – it was (finally) time to take another look more » Read More...

Harry’s early but Aspell’s late on Festival fun

Young trainer bidding for Arkle glory with his stable star as senior member of the weighing-room is enjoying his best season ever more » Read More...

New helpline for aspiring racehorse owners

Racehorse Owners Association teams up with Great British Racing to provide impartial advice service more » Read More...

Terry Biddlecombe to be remembered at the Cheltenham Festival

This year's National Hunt Chase to be named in honour of the three-time champion jump jockey more » Read More...

The Golden touch

Two winners from four runners on one card for Australian broodmare Gold Locket more » Read More...

On the Front line

Claiborne Farm has been a byword for excellence in the thoroughbred lexicon for more than a century and its reputation continues through the sought-after War Front more » Read More...

On the right path

Henry Daly admits to being “exceptionally bad” at self-promotion but with his stable firing in the winners, the trainer is happy to let his horses do the talking more » Read More...

Tradition with purpose

Riding to hounds is what gives jockeys their bottle, according to the fearless Paul Carberry, and plenty in the world of racing share his passion for the sport more » Read More...

Racing during wartime

The controversial acceptance of the government to Jockey Club arguments that racing should continue during the First World War is an intriguing element of our sport’s history more » Read More...

Ahead of the Handicap

Phil Smith has one of the most responsible jobs in the sport as head of the team that rate Britain’s racehorses; it’s a role, and an ever-evolving art more » Read More...