Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Dod’s pair set for Nunthorpe assignment

Mecca's Angel will attempt to clinch back-to-back victories in next week's Nunthorpe Stakes more » Read More...

Wildenstein Stables choose Goffs for their dispersal

One of the world's most successful racing and breeding operations is winding back it's involvement more » Read More...

Blessing never headed to land first Group 1

Francois Rohaut took the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville for the first time in his career more » Read More...

Three-time champion not to rush return

Ryan Moore will miss the ride aboard Caravaggio in the Phoenix Stakes on Sunday more » Read More...

Dettori set to make tenth Shergar Cup appearance

Treve's jockey Thierry Jarnet and South African ace Gavin Lerena among the talent on show more » Read More...

Rouget dining at the top table

Seven Group 1s and a probable trainers' title at the end of the rainbow - Jean-Claude Rouget is nailing his aim of joining the 'big circle' of messrs O'Brien, Gosden and Fabre more » Read More...

The heat is on

Summer's here but it's no holiday on the sales circuit, where from August 14 the serious business of yearling trade begins more » Read More...

Too much focus on betting

Mark Johnston exaggerated his comments about betting coverage on Channel 4 Racing, but his sentiment was correct more » Read More...

From Johannesburg to Chile

Breeders' Cup Juvenile winner Johannesburg is compiling a rich legacy in North and South America and beyond more » Read More...

Red and white flying high

Chelsea Vice-Chairman, Alan Spence has had much to shout about as an owner - with top notchers like Jukebox Jury, Josses Hill and sprinting star Profitable more » Read More...

Reel slips rivals under Moore masterclass

Aidan O'Brien claimed his fourth victory in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes more » Read More...

Wootton Bassett reaping dividends in Normandy

Unbeaten juvenile fell out of love with racing but is making giant strides as a stallion more » Read More...

The clock stops on legendary jumps sire

Midnight Legend leaves behind a legacy of National Hunt performers and broodmares more » Read More...

Outsider Mont Ormel claims Bastille Day honours

Mme Pia Brandt became a Group 1-winning trainer after Grand Prix de Paris success more » Read More...

Limato blows rivals away in July Cup romp

Henry Candy gained his first success in the Group 1 feature in spectacular fashion more » Read More...