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Horse Racing News from Around The World

  • Max Dynamite third on return

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite has been beaten into third place as odds-on favourite in his return at Sandown. Pallasator, ridden by Oisin Murphy for Sir Mark Prescott, emerged a worthy winner of a tactical battle in the Group Three Henry II Stakes (3200m). Max Dynamite, trained by Willie Mullins,… Read More »

     
  • King’s Stand option for Holler

    Trainer John O’Shea has not ruled out running Group One-winning colt Holler in the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. Godolpin has declared a preference for the three-year-old to contest the Diamond Jubilee Stakes (1200m), but O’Shea has yet to close the door on stepping back to five furlongs (1000m)…. Read More »

     
  • Max Dynamite set for Sandown return

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite will begin his preparation for another trip to Australia when he lines up in a Group Three race at Sandown. The six-year-old, who runs in the Group Three Henry II Stakes (3200m) on Thursday (Friday AEST), has not raced since finishing a half-length second to… Read More »

     
  • A Shin Hikari to go top of world rankings

    Winx’s rating as the world’s best racehorse is under threat. A runaway French Group One win has Japanese star A Shin Hikari poised to usurp Winx and America’s California Chrome when the next set of world rankings are released. A Shin Hikari posted a 10-length margin in winning the Prix… Read More »

     
  • Nyquist to miss Belmont Stakes

    Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will miss the Belmont Stakes because of a high white blood cell count. The colt’s bid for the Triple Crown ended when he finished third in the second leg, the Preakness States on Saturday, as the odds-on favourite. He succumbed to a fever on Monday and… Read More »

     
  • A Shin Hikari stamps authority in France

    Japanese star A Shin Hikari has set the bar for his Royal Ascot rivals with a devastating win on his European debut in the Prix d’Ispahan at Chantilly. In the hands of Yutaka Take, the Masanori Sakaguchi-trained five-year-old toyed with the field, many of whom possessed Group One-winning form. But… Read More »

     
  • Fallon set to ride for Sir Michael Stoute

    Kieren Fallon is set to team up with old ally Sir Michael Stoute to partner Across The Stars in the Derby at Epsom. Fallon was Stoute’s principal jockey between 1999 and 2004, riding two Derby winners for the trainer – Kris Kin (2003) and North Light (2004). Kris Kin was… Read More »

     
  • Jet Setting grounds Minding in Guineas

    Bargain buy Jet Setting has upset the odds-on favourite Minding to win the Irish 1000 Guineas for fledgling trainer Adrian Keatley. Minding sustained a minor injury when she hit her head on the starting gate but trainer Aidan O’Brien did not use that as an excuse for the English 1000… Read More »

     
  • Exaggerator wins the Preakness Stakes

    Exaggerator has beaten Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist in the Preakness Stakes to end any chance of back-to-back Triple Crowns. Seizing the lead at the top of the stretch, Exaggerator splashed past a tiring Nyquist and went on for a 3-1/2-length victory over Cherry Wine on a rain-drenched Pimlico track on… Read More »

     
  • Exaggerator wins Preakness Stakes

    Exaggerator has turned the tables on Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist to win the Preakness Stakes on a rain-soaked Pimlico track. The runner-up in the Derby, Exaggerator handled the conditions with ease and raced away in the straight. Exaggerator was ridden by Kent Desormeaux for his trainer-brother Keith.

     
  • Awtaad upsets Galileo Gold in Guineas

    Awtaad has upset favourite Galileo Gold in the Irish 2000 Guineas to give veteran trainer Kevin Prendergast his second win in the race, 40 years after his first. The 82-year-old, the longest-serving trainer at The Curragh, described Awtaad as good as any horse to come through his stable. Chris Hayes… Read More »

     
  • Wet track no concern for Nyquist

    The team behind Preakness Stakes favourite Nyquist is not concerned about rain which could advantage his main rival Exaggerator. The National Weather Service has forecast an almost 100 per cent chance of rain beginning early Saturday (Sunday AEST) and continuing throughout the day. Nyquist is the 3-5 favourite to add… Read More »

     
  • Vancouver to miss Greenlands Stakes

    Vancouver’s first northern hemisphere start has been delayed with last year’s Golden Slipper winner to miss the Greenlands Stakes. The colt had been scheduled to run in the Group Two sprint on Saturday (Sunday AEST) at the Curragh but trainer Aidan O’Brien said his blood count was unsatisfactory. O’Brien still… Read More »

     
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