[WGBA-TV] - By Jenny Evans If you are one of the many beloved fans of the famous "Star Wars" saga, than Friday may be your favorite holiday! May 4th marks the official "Star Wars Day" - and to celebrate, fans of the force can participate in events and give-a-ways
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans John O'Shea is eyeing off today's $ Wagga Wagga Cup and the Randwick trainer also has runners at Hawkesbury tomorrow and a debut winner entered at the Gold Coast. ''I think I can win the Wagga Cup with Legsman,'' he said.
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans GEORGE MOORE and Tommy Smith were one of racing's most successful partnerships but Nash Rawiller and Gai Waterhouse are becoming the modern equivalent out of the same famous Tulloch Lodge stable. The Rawiller-Waterhouse team took
[WGBA-TV] - By Jenny Evans On the football field, he's known as #83 - tight end, Tom Crabtree. But, at home he's a busy husband and father - who helps his wife manage a disease she's had since the first time they met. “We met the summer before our junior year in
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans DON STOREY has one regret with Rain Affair, his best horse in 50 years in racing. ''I wish Val was here to share it,'' he said. A former Sydney Turf Club committeeman, Storey and his wife, Val, have been stalwarts of Sydney racing.
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans REDEMPTION awaits internationally successful jockeys Glyn Schofield and Kerrin McEvoy in Saturday's Sydney Cup at Randwick. Schofield rides last year's beaten Sydney Cup favourite Hawk Island, which crashed over the top of McEvoy's
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans JOHN SINGLETON'S ears were still ringing from a Gai Waterhouse blast but it mattered not after mighty mare More Joyous triumphed in yesterday's $2 million Doncaster Mile at Randwick. In winning, Waterhouse joined her father
[The Age] - Photo: Jenny Evans DERBIES and Oaks are considered the ultimate test of stamina and class for young horses, no matter where they are run around the world. They are a test of patience for owners who have resisted chasing a Golden Slipper or Blue Diamond
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans DAVID PAYNE joined the elite group 1 century club for trainers when Master Of Design won the TJ Smith Stakes last week but he only counted it as his second win at the top level. However, John Cordina, owner of Doncaster hope
[The Age] - Photo: Jenny Evans EVEN the usually composed Mark Kavanagh, who has experienced plenty of big race victories over the past 15 years, was still struggling yesterday to take in the performance of his outstanding filly Atlantic Jewel at Randwick on
[The Age] - Photo: Jenny Evans ''I was very lucky. I started at a young age with John Meagher,'' Carey said yesterday. ''He really showed me what training racehorses was all about, but more importantly, how to groom a stayer and how to use patience as your
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Getty Images, Jenny Evans, Sebastian Costanzo The odds aren't juicy, but the clashes are, writes Craig Young. NO matter what the country, when it comes to thoroughbred racing, Derby day is the chart-topper, the premier day, and the one at
[This is Cornwall] - Jenny Evans, a director of Metalcraft, said: "It was a pleasure to have such enthusiastic marine engineering students visit us. "The company has seen considerable growth over the past few years, and the students were genuinely interested in the
[Brisbane Times] - Photo: Jenny Evans David Redvers, the bloodstock manager for Melbourne Cup-winning owner Sheikh Fahad al-Thani, was active in the market at the Easter yearling sale yesterday. He struck early, buying lot six, a Encosta De Lago filly out of Marauding