Bart Cummings was dubbed the "Sir Donald Bradman of racing" - rightly so, when his remarkable record is assessed.
Chris Roots He was a man all Australians thought they knew at least on one day of the year. Most of us grew up with Bart Cummings being the centre of attention on the biggest day of the racing year, the first Tuesday in November.
Chris Roots Legendary trainer Bart Cummings has been described as "a legend in every sense of the word" following his death at the age of 87 on Sunday.
The King is dead. Long live the king. Bart Cummings, who by the court of popular opinion was rightly crowned king of Australia's greatest distance race, the Melbourne Cup, has died.
Tom Decent Colourful golfer John Daly has collapsed on a golf course and been taken to hospital.
Cameron Atfield Queensland Labor's rise from just seven state MPs to once again holding government within three years has been lauded by federal Labor leader Bill Shorten in his quest to similarly topple a conservative government after just one term.
Adam Pengilly Bart Cummings success on the track was only matched by his dry wit and memorable one-liners.
Chris Roots Bart Cummings went out a winner on the track when premier jockey Hugh Bowman booted his final metropolitan runner Sultry Feeling to victory at Rosehill on Saturday.
Michael Lynch Bart Cummings was the greatest trainer of stayers Australia has ever seen.