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  • The Wow Signal retired to stud

    Injury has ended the racing career of The Wow Signal who will stand at Swettenham Stud in Australia this spring. The colt is a son of Starspangledbanner, a Group One winner in Australia and Europe. After the southern hemisphere season, The Wow Signal will return to Europe to stand at… Read More »

  • Pharoah in top trim for Preakness: Baffert

    Trainer Bob Baffert expressed satisfaction with American Pharoah after the Kentucky Derby hero worked on Monday ahead of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico on Saturday. The three-year-old was put through his paces alongside Derby third Dortmund over a mile and a half at Churchill Downs. “I was happy with both… Read More »

  • Trip To Paris wins Chester Cup for Dunlop

    Red Cadeaux could have a travelling companion on his next trip to Australia with the Melbourne Cup a long-range plan for stablemate Trip To Paris. The Ed Dunlop-trained stayer has staked his claim with victory in the Chester Cup (3600m). “He’s been a revelation,” Dunlop said. “I’ve always wanted to… Read More »

  • Mubtaahij to bypass Preakness

    Mubtaahij will stay in America to tackle the Belmont Stakes with trainer Mike de Kock deciding not to send him to the Preakness Stakes. The Dubawi colt, winner of the UAE Derby, broke new ground for his South African handler when eighth in the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore completes Guineas double

    Jockey Ryan Moore has completed a Classic double at Newmarket with Legatissimo’s win in the 1000 Guineas. Twenty four hours after gaining his first 2000 Guineas on the Aidan O’Brien-trained Gleneagles in the same colours, the 31-year-old stole the show again with a power-packed ride aboard the 13-2 shot, this… Read More »

  • Cirrus Des Aigles wins third Prix Ganay

    The evergreen Cirrus Des Aigles has begun his latest campaign with a third win in the Group One Prix Ganay at Longchamp. In holding off Roger Charlton’s Al Kazeem, the popular gelding set himself up for a crack at the Prix D’Ispahan. Now well into the veteran stage of his… Read More »

  • 3/5/2015 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Sha Tin will host an excellent card of racing this Sunday, highlighted by the appearance of Able Friend in the Group l Champions Mile (1600m). Form Guide   BONUS BET #1: $501 BONUS BET at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS BET #2: $500 BONUS BET at Ladbrokes.com.au BONUS BET #3: Deposit $500 BET… Read More »

  • American Pharoah wins Kentucky Derby

    Favourite American Pharoah has won the Kentucky Derby to give trainer Bob Baffert his fourth win in the famous race. Ridden by Victor Espinoza, American Pharoah raced three-wide from an awkward gate but still had plenty in reserve to beat Firing Line and Dortmund.

  • Lovely Maria wins Kentucky Oaks

    Veteran jockey Kerwin Clark has celebrated his biggest career win aboard Lovely Maria in the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs. The filly burst past Angela Renee in the final furlong (200m) for a 2-3/4-length victory that left the 56-year-old jockey fighting back tears. “I’ve been riding for 40 years and… Read More »

  • Espinoza thrilled with American Pharoah

    Victor Espinoza believes Kentucky Derby favourite American Pharoah is untapped as the jockey bids for back-to-back wins in the famous race. Espinoza, who guided California Chrome to victory a year ago, said barrier 18 was not a problem for the Bob Baffert-trained colt in the $US2 million ($A2.53 million) race… Read More »

  • Mount Athos may have run his last race

    The much-travelled Mount Athos may have run his last race with trainer Marco Botti scrapping a scheduled return at Chester. The eight-year-old, who finished third in the 2013 Melbourne Cup behind Fiorente and Red Cadeaux, was being readied for a tilt at the Ormonde Stakes. He has not been seen… Read More »

  • Bob Baffert holds ace in Kentucky Derby

    American Pharoah is the 5-2 favourite for the Kentucky Derby despite drawing barrier 18. His Bob Baffert-trained stablemate Dortmund is the second elect at 3-1 and will start from barrier eight in the 2000m race at Churchill Downs on Saturday (Sunday AEST). Only one horse has won from the 18… Read More »

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