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  • Simenon could have jumps start next

    Globe-trotting stayer Simenon could make his first appearance over hurdles for 18 months at Tipperary on Saturday. Trainer Willie Mullins decided last season to return the gelding to the Flat after he flopped in a couple of outings in the winter of 2012. It proved an inspired move, as Simenon… Read More »

     
  • Move to run Epsom Derby at night

    Epsom officials are reported to be considering moving the Derby to a Saturday evening slot in a bid to reverse the declining television audience of the great race. While bookmakers are keen on any initiative that boosts interest in racing, some believe a head-to-head with another big occasion would cancel… Read More »

     
  • Bin Suroor salutes legendary Lammtarra

    Lammtarra, the unbeaten winner of the Derby, King George and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in 1995, has died at the age of 22. Godolphin’s Saeed bin Suroor led the tributes to Lammtarra, describing him as one of the best he has ever trained. Originally trained by the late Alex… Read More »

     
  • Michael Scudamore dies aged 81

    Grand National-winning rider Michael Scudamore, patriarch of the Scudamore racing dynasty, has died at the age of 81. Father of champion jumps jockey Peter and grandfather of top rider Tom and trainer Michael, Scudamore won the world’s greatest steeplechase at Aintree on Oxo in 1959. He won many of National… Read More »

     
  • Sea surges clear in German Derby

    Sea The Moon has preserved his unbeaten record with an 11-length victory in the German Derby at Hamburg. Christophe Soumillon had the Markus Klug-trained colt smartly out of the stalls to overcome a poor draw and grab the rail. The son of Sea The Stars then sped across towards the… Read More »

     
  • Mukhadram eclipses all at Sandown

    One of the unluckiest of top-class horses finally gained his Group One reward when Mukhadram slipped away from his opponents in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown. Trainer William Haggas could not hide his delight after the five-year-old’s career-defining moment after near misses in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes, Dubai World Cup… Read More »

     
  • Derby an Arc test for Sea The Moon

    Unbeaten colt Sea The Moon tests his Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe credentials at Hamburg on Sunday when he runs in the German Derby. The Markus Klug-trained colt has impressively won two races this season and takes the next step against a strong field which includes the Geoffrey Chaucer, trained… Read More »

     
  • Pornichet draws gate 8 in Belmont Derby

    Pornichet, Gai Waterhouse’s most recent northern hemisphere purchase, has drawn barrier eight in a field of 11 for the Belmont Invitational Derby on Sunday morning (AEST). Pornichet is the winner of three races from six starts and earned a United States invite with his French 2000 Guineas placing before his… Read More »

     
  • The Fugue heads Eclipse Stakes entries

    The Fugue and Night Of Thunder headline Saturday’s Eclipse Stakes at Sandown in which Frankie Dettori is a surprise booking for Kingston Hill. Five-year-old The Fugue bids to follow up her victory in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes and erase the memory of her dismal run in this race 12… Read More »

     
  • Australia scores Derby double in Ireland

    Record-breaking Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien’s horse Australia has taken out the Irish Derby, leaving O’Brien to hit back at critics who claim Ireland’s premier classic has become virtually a benefit race for his stable. Australia led an O’Brien trifecta in the race, his fifth 1-2-3 in the Irish Derby and… Read More »

     
  • Australia strolls to Curragh glory

    Australia has lifted his second Derby in the past three weeks, backing up his Epsom success with a dominant display at the Curragh. Living up to his billing as a true champion, the regally-bred colt gave trainer Aidan O’Brien his 11th win in the Irish Derby as he trotted up… Read More »

     
  • BHA announces zero tolerance for steroids

    The British Horseracing Authority has announced details of its tougher policy on anabolic steroids, including a 14-month ban for any horses found to have been administered the drugs. High-profile cases involving Mahmood Al Zarooni and Gerard Butler hit the headlines last year, and the BHA has strengthened its stance with… Read More »

     
  • Keeneland to host 2015 Breeders’ Cup

    Keeneland, Santa Anita and Del Mar racetracks will play host to the next three Breeders’ Cups. Next year’s races will be staged at Keeneland on October 30-31, marking the first time that the iconic track in Lexington, Kentucky, will host the Breeders’ Cup in the event’s 30-year history. Officials also… Read More »

     
  • Simon Crisford unveils training plans

    Former Godolphin racing manager Simon Crisford is to set up his own training business, subject to approval from the British Horseracing Authority. Crisford, who worked for Sheikh Mohammed’s operation since its inception in 1994, left his position to take up the role of global racing advisor to the Maktoum family… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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