Thoroughbred Owner and Breeder Magazine

Elm Park delights at Doncaster

First Group 1 winner for Phoenix Reach as Qatar Racing enjoy top-flight win in Britain more » Read More...

Record figures posted at Tattersalls

Buoyant Book 1 of October Sale sees six yearlings sold for seven-figure sums more » Read More...

His own Dan

Dan Skelton was assistant trainer to Paul Nicholls for seven of his title-winning campaigns, but when the chance to train himself came along he decided it was time to cut the cord more » Read More...

Riding racing’s rollercoaster

As the Flat season reaches its climax in England, France and America, we speak to a man who enjoyed success in all three countries – former jockey Walter Swinburn more » Read More...

Sea The Moon to stand at Lanwades Stud

German Derby winner the latest addition to Newmarket stallion ranks for 2015 more » Read More...

There has never been a weekend like it

it was hectic but the races on September 13 and 14 did not fail for lack of quality or quantity more » Read More...

Casting the net wide

The Aga Khan’s search for excellence stretches to the use of 40 different stallions more » Read More...

Mukhadram to retire to Nunnery Stud

Eclipse Stakes-winning son of Shamardal to have one final start in QIPCO Champion Stakes more » Read More...

Kingman retires

Four-time Group 1 winner to stand alongside Frankel at Banstead Manor Stud more » Read More...

Top-flight race doubles for Newmarket duo

Roger Varian lands back-to-back Group 1s in Britain and Ireland while David Simcock strikes twice in Canada more » Read More...

A tale of two stallions

Danehill and Green Desert are responsible for keeping the Danzig line alive in Europe more » Read More...

Growing trend for young sires

Retiring a horse to stud after his juvenile season isn’t a new phenomenon but what was a fad has now become a trend; will an enhanced three-year-old programme alter attitudes? more » Read More...

Class and durability: what’s not to like?

Staying-bred horses may not be so fashionable at stud but stayers who race at the top level can amass fortunes in prize-money more » Read More...

Going full circle

He started out as an assistant trainer and now, after spending two decades with the Godolphin operation, Simon Crisford is striking out on his own and taking out a training licence more » Read More...

Straight talker

On the racecourse Adam Kirby is focused on performing to the best of his abilities with little time for pleasantries yet a visit to his home finds a different man, happy to talk openly about life in the saddle more » Read More...

‘Bold’ upgrade to European sprint programme

Pattern Committee announces two new Group 1 contests, including a three-year-old race at Royal Ascot more » Read More...

Bittar to leave BHA post in 2015

Search begins for a new Chief Executive as three-year term comes to an end more » Read More...

Golden years

Sir Eric Parker’s knowledge and expertise has benefited the ROA for 20 years but now it’s time to take things (a little) easier and let others further the owners’ cause more » Read More...

It’s not a sprint

Kevin Ryan may have forged his reputation as a trainer of sprinters but he’s more than capable of winning Classic races given the right ammunition more » Read More...

A poor race won by an exceptional racehorse

The Irish Derby's fall from grace cannot be looked at in isolation – the French must take some of the blame more » Read More...

Plus 10 scheme aims for major positives

Ever since the inception of the British Owners and Breeders Incentive Scheme (BOBIS) there have been calls for one single scheme which would also incorporate the Racing Post Yearling Bonus Scheme (RPYBS) and thus be accessible to Irish owners, breeders … more » Read More...

Thirty-two reasons why Goodwood messed up

Securing sponsorship is vital but not at the cost of our sport’s rich heritage more » Read More...

Malinas on top again at TBA foal show

Pauline Cowey's filly foal named champion at second 'Stars of Tomorrow' National Hunt showcase more » Read More...