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  • Dettori tests positive at Longchamp

    Frankie Dettori, one of the outstanding jockeys of his generation, failed a drugs test when riding at Longchamp in France in September, his lawyer has announced. The legendary Italian rider’s positive result will be the subject of a hearing conducted by France Galop, French racing’s governing body, in Paris next… Read More »

     
  • Grands Crus poised for winning return

    David Pipe has reaffirmed his belief Grands Crus is a well handicapped horse ahead of his eagerly anticipated return at Cheltenham. The top-class staying hurdler made a brilliant start to his career over fences last term, completing a hat-trick with a devastating performance in the Feltham Novices’ Chase at Kempton,… Read More »

     
  • Hughes sets sights on title defence

    Richard Hughes has every intention of chasing the jockeys’ championship again next year after being crowned Flat king for the first time at Doncaster on Saturday. Achieving a life-long ambition, Hughes had the title in safe-keeping for some weeks after building up an unassailable lead over Silvestre de Sousa and… Read More »

     
  • Sacred Falls retains unbeaten record

    Boom New Zealand colt Sacred Falls could take on Australia’s best in the autumn after maintaining his unbeaten record in the Group One Two Thousand Guineas in Christchurch. Unbeaten in five starts prior to Saturday’s 1600m race, Sacred Falls was the $1.60 favourite for the Guineas but had a tougher… Read More »

     
  • Cecil says Frankel has given him strength

    Sir Henry Cecil has credited Frankel with giving him strength during a season in which he is undergoing treatment for stomach cancer. The world’s best racehorse left his Newmarket stable on Thursday to prepared for his new career as a stallion at his birthplace, Banstead Manor Stud. Frankel left the… Read More »

     
  • Frankel says goodbye to stable life

    Sir Henry Cecil bade farewell to Frankel as the world’s best racehorse left his Warren Place stable in Newmarket to begin his new career as a stallion. The four-year-old colt made the short journey to his birthplace Banstead Manor Stud where he will take up stallion duties in 2013. “There… Read More »

     
  • Botti-trained stars for Hong Kong, Japan

    Marco Botti has his eyes on a big-race double in the Far East with globetrotters Jakkalberry and Joshua Tree. Both horses have done the Newmarket-based trainer proud, with Joshua Tree taking the Canadian International and Jakkalberry faring best of the European raiders in the Melbourne Cup with an excellent third… Read More »

     
  • Australian Wilkes trains Breeders’ winner

    Ex-pat Australian trainer Ian Wilkes has claimed a famous victory in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita with Fort Larned who led all the away in North America’s richest race. Fort Larned fought off Mucho Macho Man in a duel down the straight to win the $US5 ($A4.83 million)… Read More »

     
  • Little Mike causes upset in Breeders Turf

    Little Mike has pulled off a big upset in the $US3 million ($A2.9 million), Breeders’ Cup Turf at Santa Anita. The five-year-old gelding, trained by Dale Romans, sat off the pace set by Turbo Compressor, but under jockey Ramon Dominguez seized the lead in the straight and held off odds-on… Read More »

     
  • Champion crown for Kauto Stone

    Kauto Stone upheld the family name as he emulated his legendary half-brother Kauto Star by winning the Champion Chase at Down Royal. Kauto Star, who was retired earlier this week, won the race in 2008 and 2010 and his younger sibling added his name to the roll of honour with… Read More »

     
  • Delzangles wins Breeders’ Cup race

    The trainer and jockey who combined to win last year’s Melbourne Cup have enhanced their international reputations on the first day of Breeders’ Cup racing. French raider Flotilla surged through an opening in the stretch to give Europe a first win Friday in the 2012 Breeders’ Cup with a triumph… Read More »

     
  • Game On Dude out to set record straight

    Through no fault of his own, the storyline Game On Dude carries with him is not as glamorous as some of the more recent yarns that have dominated the pre-race hype for the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He is not an established champion trying for a repeat win a la Curlin… Read More »

     
  • Kauto Star to meet fans at Haydock

    Haydock Park have confirmed Kauto Star will parade at the track later this month and a statue of the legendary chaser will also be unveiled. Trainer Paul Nicholls and owner Clive Smith announced on Wednesday the dual Cheltenham Gold Cup hero and five-time King George VI Chase victor had run… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien says Santa Anita will suit Abbey

    Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien believes St Nicholas Abbey will find the sun-baked turf track at Santa Anita to his liking when he defends his Breeders’ Cup Turf title. Last year at Churchill Downs, St Nicholas Abbey made O’Brien’s son Joseph O’Brien the youngest jockey to win a Breeders’ Cup race… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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