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  • Too Darn Hot wins Dewhurst Stakes

    On the week that his full-brother became the highest priced yearling sold at auction anywhere in the world this year, Too Darn Hot surely cemented his position as Europe’s leading two year old of 2018 with a striking display to land the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket. It was… Read More »

     
  • Kew Gardens wins St Leger at Doncaster

    The world’s oldest classic, Doncaster’s St Leger, went to Aidan O’Brien for the sixth time as Ryan Moore guided Kew Gardens home, Moore and O’Brien having also teamed up last year to win with Capri. Kew Gardens, a son of Galileo out of Group One winning mare Chelsea Rose, had… Read More »

     
  • Ebor Handicap winner shortens for Melbourne Cup

    Trainer John Gosden had never won the Sky Bet Ebor, Europe’s richest flat handicap, but he broke his duck in style when saddling both the first and the second, Muntahaa and Weekender, in the 2018 renewal. Gosden is no stranger to thinking differently and, following a walk of the course… Read More »

     
  • Alpha Delphini causes upset in Nunthorpe Stakes

    Alpha Delphini, an unconsidered outsider, won the big sprint at York’s Ebor meeting when taking the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes by a nose from the 3 year old filly Mabs Cross, who put up a brave display in second. The seven year old Alpha Delphini was making ‘a dream come true’… Read More »

     
  • Sea Of Class impresses in Yorkshire Oaks

    After yesterday’s magnificent performance at York by Roaring Lion it was the fillies’ turn to light up the Knavesmire today as both Sea Of Class and Lah Ti Dar put themselves right into the firing line for some big end of season targets. The William Haggas trained Sea Of Class… Read More »

     
  • Roaring Lion wins Juddmonte International

    Roaring Lion had the large crowd on York’s Knavesmire racecourse purring with satisfaction after this well backed son of US based stallion Kitten’s Joy followed up his Eclipse stakes win with another Group One success in the Juddmonte International. Taking up the running from Godolphin’s Benbatl one and a half… Read More »

     
  • Lester Piggott celebrates 70th anniversary of first win

    There were happy scenes at Haydock Park as the racecourse celebrated the 70th anniversary of Britain’s greatest jockey Lester Piggott’s very first winner. It was on 18th August 1948 that Piggott, then only twelve years old, rode The Chase, trained by his father Keith, to win a selling handicap at… Read More »

     
  • Alpha Centauri smashes rivals in the Coronation Stakes

    The question of just who is Europe’s champion three year old filly was settled in no uncertain terms on Friday at Royal Ascot when the winners of the English, French and Irish 1,000 Guineas met in the Coronation Stakes. Alpha Centauri, the winner in Ireland, was favoured in the betting… Read More »

     
  • Poet’s Word wins Prince Of Wales Stakes

    History was made at Royal Ascot on Wednesday as trainer Sir Michael Stoute won his 76th race at the Royal meeting, beating Sir Henry Cecil’s record, as Poet’s Word won the day’s feature race, the Prince Of Wales Stakes. Before the race all the hype surrounded the hot favourite Cracksman… Read More »

     
  • Masar wins Epsom Derby

    Godolphin have had multiple Group 1 and classic winners around the globe but until today they’d never witnessed those distinctive blue silks cross the line in front of the field in the Derby. Trainer Charlie Appleby put that right for them as the 2,000 Guineas third Masar overturned the Newmarket… Read More »

     
  • Forever Together takes out Epsom Oaks

    Trainer Aidan O’Brien was in the United States preparing Mendelssohn for his ill-fated bid for glory in the Kentucky Derby when his nineteen year old son Donnacha won the 2,000 Guineas on Saxon Warrior. However, he didn’t have to wait long to see him win a classic as the young… Read More »

     
  • Short favourite Cracksman wins Coronation Cup

    The bookmakers had the Coronation Cup at Epsom as a one horse race but no one had told Silvestre De Souza and he almost created a mighty upset on board the outsider Salouen, only yielding late on to the Frankie Dettori ridden hot favourite Cracksman. Dettori never looked particularly happy… Read More »

     
  • Battaash on track for Kings Stand Stakes

    One of last season’s sprint stars Battaash, who waltzed away with the Group 1 Prix De L’Abbaye to round off a successful three year old season, reappeared in Haydock’s Temple Stakes as a prelude to a crack at Royal Ascot’s Kings Stand Stakes. Trainer Charlie Hills appeared nervous beforehand and… Read More »

     
  • Triple Crown the holy grail for Saxon Warrior team

    It is almost half a century since the great Nijinksy became the last horse to win the English triple crown. That horse was trained by Vincent O’Brien and was sent from the Ballydoyle stable in County Tipperary and O’Brien’s namesake Aidan O’Brien may well attempt to emulate that feat with… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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