Climate and soil combination creates gardening challenges for Canberrans, says Graham Ross.
Victorian trainer Andy Gath wasn't thinking about the Miracle Mile when he brought stayer Maximan from New Zealand this year but it is on the agenda after four wins from five starts in his new home.
The record books will show that little-known English James Morrison carded a tournament record score on day two of the Perth International.
It was the phone call that was always going to come from Ireland before the Cox Plate. Ryan Moore was tucked in the corner of the weighing room talking to the Irish perfectionist trainer Aidan O’Brien.
He is arguably the best jockey in the world and Ryan Moore further enhanced his reputation with a daring ride to win his first group 1 race in Australia in the Cox Plate.
The undeniable message that reverberated around the racing world on Saturday night after Irish three-year-old Adelaide was successful in the $3 million Cox Plate was that the Victorian spring carnival was now truly international.
Local attitudes to the world's best jockeys when they pop by during spring haven't always shown us in the best light.
So little time had Michael Cheika to prepare for the Wallabies spring tour as their new coach, he hadn't even tried on his official Australian team suit when he left on Friday.
NSW are expected to fly in the face of the Sydney Cricket Ground’s reputation as a spin bowler’s paradise.
Kurtley Beale’s return to the Wallabies jersey will take longer than anticipated.