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  • Toast Of New York to run in Derby

    Runaway UAE Derby winner Toast Of New York has been paid up as a late entry for the Epsom Derby at a cost of STG8000 ($A14,394) with the Kentucky Derby having been ruled out. The American-bred three-year-old took a huge step up in class at Meydan following a couple of… Read More »

     
  • Arc champion Treve nearing comeback

    Frankie Dettori is looking forward to putting the finishing touches on Treve ahead of her eagerly-awaited return to action in the Prix Ganay at Longchamp. Criquette Head-Maarek’s filly took her unbeaten record to five with a mesmerising display in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in Paris in October. An… Read More »

     
  • No stopping Grand National winning team

    Just 24 hours after celebrating Pineau De Re’s Grand National triumph the horse’s connections were back in the winner’s circle in the more tranquil surroundings at Market Rasen. Having hosted the press at his Worcestershire yard in the morning, trainer Dr Richard Newland, accompanied by owner John Provan, arrived by… Read More »

     
  • Pineau de Re wins Grand National

    Pineau de Re, trained by Doctor Richard Newland, sprang a 25/1 shock in the world’s greatest steeplechase the Grand National at Aintree racecourse on Saturday. Given a brilliant ride by 37-year-old Leighton Aspell, who gave up riding over jumps in 2007 before returning to the code, he came home clear… Read More »

     
  • Grand National jockeys rebel

    Grand National-winning Leighton Aspell was involved in a mass jockeys’ rebellion against the racecourse stewards at Aintree racecourse after Pineau De Re’s 25-1 success in the Aintree marathon on Saturday. All bar one of the 40 jockeys who rode in the National failed to co-operate with a stewards inquiry into… Read More »

     
  • Paul Townend bids for National glory

    Paul Townend, so often in the shadow of Ruby Walsh, gets his chance to make headlines of his own with the plum ride on Prince De Beauchene in the Grand National at Aintree. Dual National winner Walsh broke his arm at the Cheltenham Festival, leaving stable number two Townend to… Read More »

     
  • Silviniaco Conti wins at Aintree

    Silviniaco Conti got back on the winning trail with a determined victory in the Bowl at Aintree for Paul Nicholls and Noel Fehily. The King George VI Chase winner led jumping the final fence in the Cheltenham Gold Cup last month before wandering under pressure and finishing fourth, and he… Read More »

     
  • Tidal Bay tops Grand National field

    Tidal Bay and Long Run head a maximum field of 40 for the Grand National at Aintree after all the leading fancies stood their ground at the final declaration stage. The teenage Tidal Bay will carry top-weight of 11st 10lb (74.5kg) in the hands of Sam Twiston-Davies with Cheltenham Gold… Read More »

     
  • Dude all the rage for National

    As the market intensifies ahead of the Grand National at Aintree, the money has come for Monbeg Dude. Part-owned by former England rugby union player Mike Tindall, who is married to the Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips, the nine-year-old is a former winner of the Welsh National and landed a competitive… Read More »

     
  • Murtagh exonerated by inquiry

    Johnny Murtagh has been cleared of any wrongdoing after an inquiry into an alleged post-race incident following last year’s King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. The inquiry was instigated as a result of the British Horseracing Authority being made aware of a video posted on YouTube which suggested an unidentified… Read More »

     
  • Big guns stand ground for National

    Tidal Bay remains at the summit of the weights for the Grand National at Aintree with 65 horses are still in contention. Paul Nicholls’ popular veteran has had Saturday’s race as his aim since finishing second in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown in February. Tidal Bay, who unseated his… Read More »

     
  • O’brien laments Ruler’s World Cup flop

    Aidan O’Brien believes Ruler Of The World’s failure to act on the Tapeta surface was to blame for his disappointing display in the Dubai World Cup. Last year’s Epsom Derby winner was among the leading contenders for the world’s richest race, but came home 13th of the 16 runners under… Read More »

     
  • Home town honours to the Maktoums

    They came from Europe and Asia, South Africa and neighbouring Saudi Arabia, but the ruling Maktoum family dominated the $10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum, the Ruler of Dubai, saw horses in his colours finish first and third, courtesy of African Story and… Read More »

     
  • Dickinson defends Tapeta surface

    Michael Dickinson has defended the Tapeta surface used at Dubai’s Meydan racecourse after it suffered some high-profile criticism. Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, the brother of Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed, said in an interview with Gulf News that the synthetic surface was inconsistent. But former trainer Dickinson, who developed the surface… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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