This Kiwi horse is the favourite for the Victoria Derby, but his new part-owners have bigger plans for him.
Exciting galloper Humidor should make his presence felt in the Group I Cantala Stakes at Flemington on Saturday.
Melbourne Cup princess has a Kiwi queen in her stable. She rides it on Derby Day in Melbourne on Saturday.
New Zealand Cup countdown continues In Feilding feature.
Suspension won't prevent Coleman from riding Ugo Foscolo.
Kiwi galloper Sacred Elixir will have an army of supporters for the Victoria Derby.
James Cummings will experience a special moment if he can train the winner of the Victoria Derby on Saturday.
Euphoria and Redefine are Otaki-trained gallopers racing at Motukarara on Sunday.
A good barrier draw has further enhanced Sacred Elixir's prospects for the Victoria Derby on Saturday.
Shaune Ritchie believes Bella Gioia is worthy of a crack at the 1000 Guineas, despite her last-start failure.
Australians prepare their horses similarly to English and Irish trainers, Matt Cumani says.
Finishing in the first three in Saturday's Lexus Stake should earn De Little Engine a Melbourne Cup start.
Scottish will start in the Emirates Stakes, rather than the Melbourne Cup, at Flemington next week.
Australian-trained horse should win the Melbourne Cup, racing's first lady says.
Trainer Geoff Dunn will be looking for better luck with Tiger Tara in the Kaikoura Cup on Monday.
Damien Oliver ban stands, Baker-Forsman duo call in new jockey for Highlad ahead of Saturday's VRC Derby.
Injured Melbourne Cup hope could retire to a New Zealand stud.
Opie Bosson, who is based in Hong Kong, will ride at the New Zealand Cup meeting.
The only Kiwi trained horse in the running for a Melbourne Cup start is coming good when it counts.
Injured jockey Jillian Morris will be away from riding for at least two months.
She won the Caulfield Cup but can Jameka become the 12th horse to do the Caulfield and Melbourne Cup double?
Cox Plate winner Winx gets well-earned break.
Kiwi jockey James McDonald's ride is favourite of remaining Melbourne Cup acceptances.
Having a $1.90 favourite for the New Zealand Trotting Cup might be exciting but it makes for an agonising wait.
Ugo Foscolo bounces back to form.
Winx is bringing the crowds back to the races.
Black Caviar was unbeaten, Winx is beating Group I fields with ease, so who wins the battle of the Australian mares?
If Winx will not go to the mountain, the ATC will try and bring the mountain to Moonee Valley.
Nothing could beat Black Caviar on the track but Winx looks set to pass the unbeaten sprinter off it.
She should be the darling of the spring carnival, but instead Michelle Payne is keeping a low profile.