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International Horse Racing

  • Richard Hughes to ride Shamexpress

    Champion jockey Richard Hughes has been booked to ride Australia’s July Cup contender Shamexpress in the Group One sprint at Newmarket on Saturday week. Hughes replaces Craig Newitt who has opted not to return to England for the race. Newitt won the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington on the Danny O’Brien-trained… Read More »

     
  • Singapore star Super Easy runs last race

    Singapore racing has lost one of its biggest stars with the retirement of Super Easy. A headline horse for Michael Freedman, Super Easy broke down in his Group One Patron’s Bowl win at Kranji on Sunday. Scans and X-rays revealed the 2012 Singapore horse of the year had ruptured a… Read More »

     
  • Dettori signs on for Sheikh Joaan retainer

    Frankie Dettori can look forward to riding a host of star names for the remainder of this season and beyond after being appointed retained rider to owner Sheikh Joaan Al Thani, who has rapidly emerged as a powerful figure on the European racing scene. Sheikh Joaan numbers the likes of… Read More »

     
  • Al Kazeem heads entries for Eclipse Stakes

    Al Kazeem leads a small but select field of eight horses confirmed at the five-day stage for the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown on Saturday. The Roger Charlton-trained five-year-old has emerged as a force at the highest level this season and will be seeking his third straight Group One success after… Read More »

     
  • Shea Shea pleases in Newmarket spin

    Shea Shea delighted connections in a racecourse workout at Newmarket on Monday morning as part of his preparation for the July Cup. The South African speedster went five furlongs in the hands of work rider Philip Shea on the July Course ahead of the big sprint on Saturday week. Trainer… Read More »

     
  • Another O’Brien successful at the races

    Aidan O’Brien had to settle for second place in the feature event, the Pretty Polly, but Sunday’s meeting at The Curragh was still cause for a family celebration. O’Brien’s daughter Sarah rode her first winner when Beach Of Falesa, owned by her mother Anne-Marie, won the Ladies Derby. Her proud… Read More »

     
  • Dettori reported to be in line for new job

    Frankie Dettori is reported to be on the brink of signing on as the retained rider for Sheikh Joaan Al Thani, one of the rising forces in the racing and breeding world. The Racing Post says the former champion jockey could be on the verge of signing a deal to… Read More »

     
  • Camelot team consider retirement plans

    Dual Derby winner Camelot is close to retirement after failing to recapture his three-year-old form. Trainer Aidan O’Brien says next week’s Eclipse Stakes at Sandown remains an option but the horse’s value to the Coolmore team as a stallion must also be considered. The son of Montjeu kicked off his… Read More »

     
  • Trading Leather wins Irish Derby

    Jim Bolger, out of luck with hot favourite Dawn Approach in the Epsom Derby, gained handsome compensation at the Curragh on Saturday when his Trading Leather won the Irish equivalent. Bolger’s second success in the Irish classic after St Jovite in 1992, was ridden by Kevin Manning, the 6-1 shot… Read More »

     
  • Style Vendome out to confirm top billing

    French 2000 Guineas winner Style Vendome gets the chance to prove himself the best of his generation in France as he goes for more Group One glory in the Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly on Sunday. The Nicolas Clement-trained grey looked a potential Classic contender when winning the Prix Djebel… Read More »

     
  • Eight Derby rivals for Ruler Of The World

    Ruler Of The World will face eight rivals as he bids for a Classic double in the Irish Derby at the Curragh. Aidan O’Brien’s colt won the Derby at Epsom on just his third start having been unraced as a juvenile and will clash again with the placed runners from… Read More »

     
  • Ebor option for Royal Ascot winner Opinion

    A trip to York for the Ebor remains a possibility for Royal Ascot winner Opinion. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained colt stayed on well to claim the 12-furlong Duke of Edinburgh Handicap in Berkshire last week on what was just his 10th career start. Harry Herbert, racing manager for owners Highclere… Read More »

     
  • Juddmonte International entry for Approach

    Dawn Approach has been given the option of stepping back up in trip for the Juddmonte International at York on August 21. Jim Bolger’s brilliant miler added last week’s St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot to his 2000 Guineas triumph at Newmarket as he bounced back from the ignominy… Read More »

     
  • Dandino camp targets America before Melbourne Cup 2013

    Trainer Marco Botti will consider a crack at the American St Leger with Dandino after he finished second behind the ill-fated Thomas Chippendale in the Hardwicke Stakes on Saturday. Botti sees the six-year-old, owned by Darren Dance’s Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, as the ideal type for the Melbourne Cup, but another… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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