Bob Dailey went into The Kosciuszko double-handed as an owner and slot holder and he came away with all the spoils when It's Me raced...
One of the leading contenders for The Kosciuszko has been scratched after injuring himself on the journey to Sydney.
Undefeated mare It's Me has been treated with antibiotics after developing a cough and will need a veterinary clearance to line up in The Kosciuszko.
The owners of Kosciuszko runner Anethole are savouring the experience of being part of a $1.3 million race on one of the biggest days of...
Trainer Brett Cavanough cannot fault the preparations of his two Kosciuszko runners, headed by undefeated mare and race favourite It's Me.
The Brett Cavanough-trained It's Me has maintained her perfect record with a brilliant win at Randwick to firm into favouritism for the Kosciuszko.
Bush galloper Fender is a confirmed runner in the Kosciuszko but his trainer is weighing up whether to start him from an outside gate in...
The Brett Cavanough-trained Fender has kept his winning record intact with victory in the Highway Handicap at Randwick.
The Brett Cavanough-trained Charlotte's Heart has appreciated a kind draw and firm track to win the Highway Handicap at Randwick.
Scone filly Longbottom's effort at Eagle Farm will determine whether she runs in a big prize money race on her home track.
Queensland jockey Skye Bogenhuber says the chance to link with trainer Brett Cavanough at Scone is too good to pass up.
Scone trainer Brett Cavanough is confident the The Monstar will have no trouble with the seven-day back-up into the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.
Toowoomba jockey Skye Bogenhuber will be reunited with The Monstar in the Group Two Moreton Cup at the Sunshine Coast.
Brett Cavanough expects resilient sprinter The Monstar to start his latest campaign at home at Scone after track conditions ruled out a return at Hawkesbury.
Trainer Brett Cavanough is looking forward to the return of stakes-winning sprinter The Monstar in the Gold Rush at Hawkesbury.
Star Boy has won the Highway Handicap at Warwick Farm, but a Country Championships start is up in the air.
Scone trainer Brett Cavanough is keen to find out which direction Another Sin heads after he returns to black-type racing at Warwick Farm.
Trainer Brett Cavanough is on weather-watch for smart sprinter The Monstar ahead of the Razor Sharp Handicap.
Scone trainer Brett Cavanough has argued The Virginian is worthy of consideration for a slot in the inaugural $10 million Everest.
Brett Cavanough has set the bar high again for the promising Another Sin who will make his black-type debut at Rosehill in the San Domenico...