Viatrix - Cessnock - 19/7/2016Hollywood Mistress - Hawkesbury - 7/7/2016Tucanchoo - Rosehill - 2/7/2016Ahri - Wyong - 30/6/2016Elemenohpee - Rosehill - 18/06/2016Himalaya Dream - Rosehill - 18/06/2016Tucanchoo - Randwick - 11/06/2016Elemenohpee - Canterbury - 6/06/2016Santa Rocks - Canterbury - 8/6/2016Bullrush - Randwick - 28/5/2016

Welcome to Hawkes Racing

When Real Saga took out the 2008 Breeders Plate on the Epsom Day at Royal Randwick, it created a piece of racing history for Team Hawkes.

This was the first runner prepared by a training partnership to race in Sydney - and it took out a stakes race for trainers Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes. Team Hawkes was off to a flying start and hasn't looked back since. The training partnership of Hall of Famer John Hawkes and his sons, Michael and Wayne, also prepared the first Group One winner by a training partnership in Sydney racing when Fiumicino won the 2009 The BMW on Golden Slipper Day at Rosehill Gardens.

Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes share a passion and admiration for the thoroughbred and each is dedicated to making a success of Team Hawkes. John Hawkes is renowned as one of Australia's all-time great trainers but he regrets his sons did not get officially recognised for their contributions to his success until the training partnership was established.

"I'm glad the boys are with me now in a partnership and they can get some recognition for their hard work. The boys have been working with me for more than a decade and even though we don't have the numbers now, the system is still the same. Nothing has changed in that regard."

With Michael in charge of the main stable base at Rosehill Gardens and Wayne in charge of the team's Flemington stable base, John splits his time between the two stables. They attend all of the yearling sales.

In just a short time, Team Hawkes has already made its mark in Australian racing. They have won feature races with top class gallopers like Fiumicino, Real Saga, Mentality, O'Lonhro, Rainbow Styling, Dao Dao and Love Conquers All.

Here we go... Boom!

Chautauqua comes from last on the turn to win the Group 1 T J Smith Stakes from Royal Randwick.

Stable News

Thumbs up for Mossfun despite defeat in barrier trial

Mossfun finished unplaced and undefeated Deep Field didn’t trial — but there are no alarm bells at Team Hawkes

Deep Field spelling well ahead of autumn campaign

Michael Hawkes reported emerging sprinter Deep Field is enjoying the fruits of spring in the spelling paddock

Stable Runners

Fri 29 Jul - Geelong Synthetic

R2.Buxton Real Estate Maiden Plate1:30pm1.Jervois Night1,200m (4) Dylan Dunn  58kg

Sat 30 Jul - Caulfield

R3.Brian Reckas Handicap1:10pm3.Crafty Cop1,000m (4) Dwayne Dunn  57.5kg

Sat 30 Jul - Doomben

R3.ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS THE MOVIE QTIS Two-Years-Old Handicap1:40pm16.Spirit And Fire1,050m (2)   54.5kg

Sat 30 Jul - Rosehill Gardens

R5.TAB REWARDS HANDICAP2:05pm3.Interstellar1,200m (11) Tommy Berry  58.5kg
R7.WINTER CHALLENGE3:25pm9.Himalaya Dream1,500m (10) Tommy Berry  54kg