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  • Former trainer outed for cobalt

    Former British trainer Robin Bastiman has been disqualified for three years after being found guilty of a cobalt offence. Bastiman’s daughter, Rebecca, was not in breach of the same offence, but the Wetherby trainer was fined STG5,000 ($A8780) after she accepted three other charges linked with the case. A sample… Read More »

  • Fourth G1 win for Alpha Centauri

    Alpha Centauri has won a fourth consecutive Group One race, claiming an impressive victory in the Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville. The Jessica Harrington-trained filly has arguably been the star of the season so far, following her Irish 1000 Guineas triumph with scintillating displays in the Coronation Stakes at… Read More »

  • Girls team wins the Shergar Cup at Ascot

    Hayley Turner has spearheaded the all-female team to victory in the Shergar Cup at Ascot and won the Silver Saddle by one point from Joao Moreira. The Girls team, comprising Turner, Hollie Doyle and captain Josephine Gordon, landed the team prize with a points total of 76, with the European… 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 »

  • Cross Counter strengthens Melbourne Cup claims

    Godolphin’s Cross Counter could be bound for the Melbourne Cup after putting up a ruthless display of controlled front-running in the Gordon Stakes at Goodwood. Stepping up in class in the Group Three contest, the Charlie Appleby-trained runner was sent off a 7-4 chance in the hands of William Buick…. Read More »

  • Sharjah wins Galway Hurdle for Mullins

    The Willie Mullins-trained Sharjah has won the Galway Hurdle with his stablemate, dual Melbourne Cup placegetter Max Dynamite, out of the placings. Making his handicap debut under the burden of 11st 7lb (73kg), the Rich Ricci-owned Sharjah travelled well into contention, before jumping alongside another stablemate Blazer at the final… Read More »

  • Wild Illusion wins Nassau Stakes

    Godolphin’s Wild Illusion has shown superior stamina over 2000 metres to win the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood. Trained by Charlie Appleby and ridden by William Buick, the 4-1 chance improved on her second places in both the Oaks at Epsom and the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot to claim the second… Read More »

  • Lightning Spear wins G1 Sussex Stakes

    Lightning Spear has claimed an overdue Group One success at his 16th attempt, taking out the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood. Moat of the attention in the field of eight was on the three-year-olds Without Parole and Expert Eye following their respective triumphs at Royal Ascot. With Andrea Atzeni deputising in… Read More »

  • Ruby Walsh back in winner’s circle

    Ruby Walsh has made a successful return to action with Easy Game winning the Novice Hurdle, the opening event of the Galway Festival. Out of action since breaking his leg for a second time in quick succession at the Cheltenham Festival in March, Walsh kept things simple from the front…. Read More »

  • Poet’s Word wins King George for Stoute

    Poet’s Word has given trainer Sir Michael Stoute a record sixth success in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes by denying stablemate Crystal Ocean in an epic finish to the midsummer feature at Ascot. The winner of the Prince of Wales’s Stakes over 10 furlongs (2000m) at Royal… Read More »

  • Cracksman declared for King George

    Cracksman could yet run in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes after featuring among eight declarations for the Ascot showpiece. Trainer John Gosden revealed earlier this week the star colt would need rain on Saturday (Sunday AEST) with connections keen to avoid fast ground following his defeat in… Read More »

  • Triple Crown winner Justify retired

    Triple Crown winner Justify has been retired because of fluid in his left front ankle. Trainer Bob Baffert and Justify’s owners said caution over the horse’s ankle condition made it impossible to tell if he’ would be healthy enough to race by the northern hemisphere autumn. “He is just not… Read More »

  • Frankie Dettori’s riding ban reduced

    Frankie Dettori will miss the rides on Without Parole and Stradivarius at the Goodwood festival despite having a 10-day suspension for careless riding reduced on appeal. Dettori incurred the ban after finishing second aboard Angel’s Hideaway in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at Newmarket on July 13. He was found… Read More »

  • Victor Espinoza injured in Del Mar fall

    Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza has suffered a fractured vertebra in a fall during trackwork at Del Mar. Racetrack officials say Bobby Abu Dhabi suffered an apparent fatal heart attack during a work-out. Espinoza was thrown off the horse and lay motionless for several minutes before being fitted with… Read More »

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