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  • Sea The Moon to miss the Arc

    German colt Sea The Moon has been ruled out of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with injury. Quickly promoted to the nation’s star horse after his startling victory in the German Derby, Markus Klug’s representative met with a surprise defeat when second to Ivanhowe in last weekend’s Grosser Preis… Read More »

  • The Grey Gatsby beats Australia in Ireland

    French Derby winner The Grey Gatsby has beaten his Epsom winning counterpart Australia to win the Irish Champion Stakes by a neck. Australia came out on top the last time the two Derby winners met in the International Stakes and looked to have his measure again at Leopardstown. But Ryan… Read More »

  • Kingston Hill wins memorable St Leger

    Kingston Hill has given trainer Roger Varian and jockey Andrea Atzeni a memorable first Classic win in the St Leger. The victory came after Varian expressed concerns leading up to Saturday’s race the ground at Doncaster would be too firm and he Kingston Hill might not run. But connections took… Read More »

  • Hard ground threat to Kingston Hill

    Trainer Roger Varian has warned St Leger favourite Kingston Hill will not run if the ground is too hard at Doncaster. The Derby runner-up has drifted slightly in betting as the sun has continued to beat down for the first two days of the meeting. Although there is no further… Read More »

  • Jockeys’ betting rules tightened

    Jockeys are to be banned from betting on New Zealand races on the days they are riding. The change, which comes into effect on Thursday, will put an end to the current practice of jockeys being allowed to bet on the horse they are riding and on any race in… Read More »

  • Al Naamah flops on Group debut

    Expensive filly Al Naamah has come up short at her first attempt in Group company, beating only one runner home at Chantilly. Al Shaqab Racing paid five million guineas ($A9 million) for Al Naamah last year, a European record for a yearling at public auction. Al Naamah made such an… Read More »

  • Frankie Dettori loses ride on Treve

    Frankie Dettori has lost the ride on Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Treve and will be replaced by Thierry Jarnet in the Prix Vermeille at the request of trainer Criquette Head-Maarek. Jarnet partnered Treve to her first three victories last season, completing the hat-trick with a brilliant display in… Read More »

  • Doncaster rain a boon for Kingston Hill

    Trainer Roger Varian has been buoyed by heavy rainfall at Doncaster ahead of Kingston Hill’s likely tilt at glory in the St Leger. The high-class colt is the warm favourite for the final Classic of the Flat season on Saturday but he does require ease in the ground to be… Read More »

  • Moon defeat throws Arc market open

    The topsy turvy state of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe market has been thrown into further chaos after Sea The Moon lost his unbeaten record to Ivanhowe in the Grosser Preis von Baden at Baden Baden. The Melbourne Cup hopes of three other runners also took a battering with… Read More »

  • Sea The Moon warms up for Arc in Germany

    Sea The Moon puts his position as Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe favourite on the line when he runs at Baden-Baden. The Markus Klug-trained colt is unbeaten in four career starts and takes the next step to possible European dominance in Sunday’s Group One Grosser Preis Von Baden. Among his… Read More »

  • Sole Power firms in Haydock Sprint Cup

    Gordon Lord Byron has drifted in betting for his defence of the Sprint Cup at Haydock after drawing the outside barrier. A Group One winner of the George Ryder Stakes in Australia during the autumn, Gordon Lord Byron has eased from 9-2 to 5-1 with Sole Power firming to 3-1… Read More »

  • Ruler Of The World on track for Arc

    Ruler Of The World could make his return to action in the Prix Foy as trainer Aidan O’Brien eyes a second crack at the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Last year’s Epsom Derby winner was only seventh to Treve in the Longchamp feature and has not raced since disappointing in… Read More »

  • Wise Dan wins comeback race at Saratoga

    American champion Wise Dan has made a triumphant return from illness to win a Grade Two race at Saratoga. The dual United States Horse of the Year underwent colic surgery in May but showed his fighting qualities to win the Bernard Baruch Hcp (1700m) by a nose from Optimizer. “We… Read More »

  • Seismos could run in Irish St Leger

    Seismos could run in the Irish St Leger before he travels to Australia for the Melbourne Cup. The six-year-old, owned by Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, will either run in St Leger at the Curragh on September 14 or go into quarantine a day earlier and have a race in Melbourne before… Read More »

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