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International Horse Racing

  • Famous broadcaster Peter O’Sullevan dies

    Broadcaster Peter O’Sullevan whose dulcet tones and well chosen words earned him the moniker the ‘Voice of Racing’ has died aged 97. Still widely regarded as Britain’s greatest racing commentator, although Australian Jim McGrath is sometimes mentioned almost in the same breath, the Irishman was also a successful racing owner… Read More »

  • Solow wins the Sussex Stakes

    French challenger Solow has continued his stellar season with an authoritative display in the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood. With the defection of leading three-year-old Gleneagles taking some of the gloss off the Group One feature, the Freddy Head-trained Solow was the 2-5 favourite to add to his previous top-level triumphs… Read More »

  • 29/7/2015 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Goodwood

    View our tips and best bets for tonights meeting at Goodwood with the Sussex Stakes being the feature. BONUS BET #1: $501 BONUS BET at BONUS BET #2: $500 BONUS BET at BONUS BET #3: Deposit $500 BET with $1150 at   Race One: 7 Boite Race… Read More »

  • Super win to Super One in Singapore

    Singapore’s star two-year-old Super One has cruised to victory in the Juvenile Championship to set up a trip to Australia for the Coolmore Stud Stakes. Trainer Michael Freedman said he would be keen to bring Super One to the Group One sprint for three-year-olds at Flemington on the opening day… Read More »

  • Golden Horn to line up in Juddmonte

    Australian horse Criterion is likely to have formidable opposition in the Juddmonte Stakes in the form of the unbeaten Golden Horn. The John Gosden-trained colt was withdrawn from Saturday’s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes when rain softened the Ascot surface. Gosden has now flagged the Juddmonte at York… Read More »

  • Postponed a narrow winner of King George

    Luca Cumani has celebrated one of the most significant victories of his training career with Postponed in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes run without long-time favourite Golden Horn. The late defection of Golden Horn because of the soft ground at Ascot robbed the Group One race of… Read More »

  • Weather key to Golden Horn at Ascot

    Trainer John Gosden will walk the Ascot track before deciding whether Golden Horn runs in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Heavy rain has already prompted the withdrawal of French horse Flintshire from the mid-summer showpiece on Saturday (Sunday AEST). Unbeaten in five starts, Derby winner Golden Horn… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore monitors neck injury

    Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Ryan Moore has played down reports he could be out of action for the rest of the year. Moore suffered a neck injury when his mount reared up and became trapped under the stalls on the opening day of the July meeting at… Read More »

  • Grounds for concern for Golden team

    The forecast of rain is giving owner-breeder Anthony Oppenheimer cause for concern as Golden Horn bids to continue his scintillating summer in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. A brilliant winner of the Derby at Epsom before seeing off The Grey Gatsby in the Eclipse at Sandown, Golden… Read More »

  • Leading bookmakers merge

    Two of the UK’s biggest bookmakers Ladbrokes and Coral have agreed on a merger to create Ladbrokes Coral plc which will now be Britain’s biggest betting shop. Ladbrokes has become on of Australia’s leading bookmakers since opening, it is not known what will happen with the Australian business if anything…. Read More »

  • Jockeys arrested for race fixing

    Following an extensive investigation by the Louisiana State Police, three Louisiana horse jockeys have been arrested and charged for their roles in an alleged race fixing scheme. Troopers arrested 46- year-old Joseph Patin Jr. of Opelousas, 51-year-old Billy Patin of Opelousas, and 24-year-old LeSean Conyers of Lafayette on charges of… Read More »

  • Golden Horn to star in King George

    Golden Horn is an easing favourite in his attempt to create his own piece of racing history in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. The John Gosden-trained colt is bidding to become the first horse since Nashwan in 1989 to win the Derby, Eclipse and King… Read More »

  • Uncertainty over Ryan Moore’s return

    Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Ryan Moore could be out of action for much longer than originally thought. The three-time British champion suffered a neck injury in a barrier mishap earlier this month. The Racing Post reported Moore was facing the prospect of writing off the rest of… Read More »

  • Brown Panther eyeing Irish St Leger

    Brown Panther remains in a race against time to be fit to defend his crown in the Irish St Leger at the Curragh. Tom Dascombe’s stable star was a brilliant winner of the Curragh Group One last September and made the perfect start to the year with victory in the… Read More »

  • Golden Horn set for King George

    Golden Horn is odds-on to keep his unbeaten record intact when he runs in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The John Gosden-trained three-year-old is the headline act among 11 horses confirmed for Ascot’s midsummer showpiece on Saturday following his stunning display in the Epsom Derby and Eclipse… Read More »

  • Double gives Yendall lead in national race

    A winning double at Mildura has taken Dean Yendall to the top of the Australian jockeys’ premiership table. With victories aboard In The Moment and Chicago Chick on Monday, Yendall has 143 winners for the season. He leads James McDonald (142-1/2) with Blake Shinn third on 142. Michael Walker sits… Read More »

  • California Chrome to race on next year

    American Horse of the Year California Chrome will race on next year with trainer Art Sherman ending speculation he will be retired. The four-year-old is recovering from a bone bruise injury at Taylor Made Farm in Kentucky, prompting the speculation his racing career might be over. Last week, Taylor Made… Read More »

  • Covert Love wins the Irish Oaks

    Covert Love has given English trainer Hugo Palmer an early wedding present and his first Classic triumph in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh. Pat Smullen brought the daughter of Azamour to head long-time leader Together Forever a furlong (200m) from home and storm to victory by 1-3/4 lengths. “I’m… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore remains out of action

    Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Ryan Moore will miss major meetings in Britain because of neck injuries suffered in a barrier mishap. X-rays cleared Moore of serious damage but the three-time champion jockey is expected to be out of action for some weeks. He suffered the injury when… Read More »

  • Treve enjoying break before third Arc bid

    Treve is having an easy few weeks before her build-up to a third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe gathers momentum. Trainer Criquette Head-Maarek admits this season has been far less nerve-racking than last with her stable star. After being undefeated at two and three, she was beaten in the Prix… Read More »

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