Three-year-old Profit has shown he is tough enough for any race conditions as he prepares for the Magic Millions Guineas.
Trainer Chris Anderson believes he will have a much better idea where Profit stands in the pecking order after the Vo Rogue Plate at Eagle...
Promising three-year-old Profit will return from a spell in Sydney or Brisbane in a bid to make the field for the Magic Millions Guineas.
Tough gelding Dixie Preacher has landed a big betting move with a dominant win at Doomben.
Epic Girl is ready to race well in the Spirit of Boom Classic, a race her trainer Chris Anderson admits will be difficult to win.
Chris Anderson has thanked fellow trainer Jason Warren for recommending Star Silk be transferred to him from Melbourne.
Promising Ballistic Boy will skip a Brisbane race where he would have been favourite to run in the $1 million Bondi Stakes at Randwick.
The high-profile partnership between Brisbane trainers Robert Heathcote and Chris Anderson is to be dissolved.
Three-year-old Guntantes has proved co-trainer Robert Heathcote a good judge by winning over 1600m at Eagle Farm.
The clash of promising stablemates Guntantes and Profit looks like being the highlight of the Eagle Farm meeting.
Three-year-old Profit confirmed his rating as potentially the best horse in the Anderson-Heathcote Racing partnership with his Eagle Farm win.
The Chris Anderson-Robert Heathcote partnership still has a strong hand in the Open handicap at Eagle Farm despite scratching Zafonic Dancer.
Brisbane racing's best-kept secret is no more after highly promising Profit made a winning debut at the Sunshine Coast.
A drop in weight at the Gold Coast has given Crafty Cop the chance to continue the successful run for the Anderson-Heathcote training partnership.
The decision to miss the winter carnival with stayer Kubis looks set to reap a reward after his first-up win at Eagle Farm.
The Chris Anderson-Robert Heathcote partnership continued its successful run with staff getting a lot of the credit at Eagle Farm.
The Anderson-Heathcote training partnership will launch the spring campaigns of three of their better stayers at Eagle Farm.
Chris Anderson and Robert Heathcote have each trained winners for the Think Big Stud but got their first as a partnership at Doomben.
The omens appear positive for Ruling Dynasty who will be reunited with jockey Jim Byrne for the first time in a year at Doomben.
In-form stayer Our Mantra has earned himself a likely trip to Victoria for the spring carnival after his Doomben win.
Downloading, a brother to champion sprinter Buffering, gets a chance to enhance his own reputation with a win at Doomben.
The Chris Anderson-Robert Heathcote training partnership has made the right decision in setting Boom Boom Epic for an open company task at Eagle Farm.
The Anderson-Heathcote training partnership hopes to lay a foundation for the new season when Ruling Dynasty races at Eagle Farm.
The Chris Anderson-Robert Heathcote training partnership has scored its 26th winner since May when Our Mantra won at Eagle Farm.
Former star apprentice Zoe White has made a successful return to race riding after recovering from injury.