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  • Anderton seeks second Te Rapa feature

    Otago trainer Shane Anderton is hoping Group One luck will strike for a second time at Te Rapa when he lines up two horses in the International Stakes. Anderton will start both The Solitaire and The Glitzy One in the 2000m weight-for-age event, which has drawn a useful if not… Read More »

     
  • Herpes leaves seven Waikato horses dead

    An outbreak of equine herpes has hit a Waikato thoroughbred stud farm, leaving seven horses dead – and an expert says it could spring up in other farms. Thirteen horses have been infected with the Equine Herpes Virus Type 1 (EHV-1), seven of which have been euthanised, a Ministry of… Read More »

     
  • Tax confusion stifling NZ horse sales

    The biggest spender at Karaka this year says New Zealand’s taxation department must take some blame for falling bloodstock sales. Te Akau Racing boss David Ellis believes new investment in the bloodstock industry is being stifled by the tax department with its interpretation of depreciation rules. The value of yearling… Read More »

     
  • Pletcher enters 42 in Kentucky Derby

    Todd Pletcher has nominated 42 three-year-olds for the Kentucky Derby which has received 413 entries, the highest for five years. Prominent among the Pletcher nominees is Coolmore’s Havana with the organisation’s Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien entering four for the team. They are Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf runner-up Giovanni Boldini, Michaelmas,… Read More »

     
  • Spanish trainer targeting English Classic

    Noozhoh Canarias could become the first Spanish runner in a British Classic. Trainer Enrique Leon wants to run the colt, who has Group One-placed form and just one defeat in four career starts, in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on May 3. An eased-down three length winner of a Listed… Read More »

     
  • Whisky made to work at Sandown

    Grade One-winning hurdler Oscar Whisky has had to dig deep to earn his first win at the top level over the steeplechase fences at Sandown. Sent off the 1-6 favourite against just a couple of rivals in Saturday’s novices chase, he was put under pressure by Manyriverstocross and Barry Geraghty… Read More »

     
  • Puccini takes key Derby lead-up

    The New Zealand Derby picture looks a little more confused after one of the key lead-ups at Te Rapa on Saturday. Glorious Lad and Chambord were expected to advance their Derby claims in the Group Two Waikato Guineas (2000m) but they were outshone by the underrated Puccini, who scored an… Read More »

     
  • Certify back with a bang in Dubai

    Certify has made a triumphant return from more than a year off the track to maintain her unbeaten record in the Group Two Cape Verdi at Meydan. Rated the world’s best juvenile filly of 2012, Certify was one of 22 Godolphin horses suspended from racing for six months last year… Read More »

     
  • Huge entry for Aintree showpiece

    There are 115 entries for this year’s Grand National at Aintree. The world’s most famous steeplechase on April 5 has received a boost to STG1 million ($A1.90 million) and the number of entries is the highest since 2009. Willie Mullins, successful with Hedgehunter in 2005, has eight possibles including the… Read More »

     
  • Jakkalberry retired with injury

    Injury has forced the retirement of globetrotting stayer Jakkalberry, an American St Leger winner and third in the 2012 Melbourne Cup. Jakkalberry was being prepared for the Dubai carnival following his comeback win at Wolverhampton last week but trainer Marco Botti reported he had pulled up sore after a morning… Read More »

     
  • Hurricane Fly wins 19th Grade One

    Hurricane Fly has taken his Grade One tally to 19 with a thrilling win in the Irish Champion Hurdle, his fourth win in the Leopardstown feature. Willie Mullins’ remarkable 10-year-old was 4-7 favourite to emulate the great Istabraq, the only previous four-time winner of the prestigious event, despite the Irish… Read More »

     
  • Annie turns on the Power at Doncaster

    Annie Power is certain to be a major force at the Cheltenham Festival but her target is unlikely to be decided until close to the premier jumps meeting. The giant mare took her perfect record to 10 at Doncaster on Saturday when she ground her rivals into submission on the… Read More »

     
  • Big Buck’s beaten but no bowed

    Big Buck’s was anything but bowed as he succumbed to 66-1 outsider Knockara Beau in the Cleeve Hurdle at Cheltenham to end his 18-race winning streak. Trainer Paul Nicholls admitted his hand was forced into introducing the 11-year-old back into competition on heavy ground as he continued his preparation for… Read More »

     
  • Mullins reveals midweek scare for Fly

    Hurricane Fly will have to put an injury scare behind him when he bids to claim an historic fourth successive victory in the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown. The 18-time Grade One winner put younger rivals Jezki and Our Conor firmly in their place with a typically brilliant display in… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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