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International Horse Racing

  • Hillstar wins in Canada as Panther acts up

    Hillstar has claimed his first Group One victory in the Canadian International at Woodbine run without the pre-post favourite Brown Panther. The Tom Dascombe-trained Brown Panther acted up in the parade ring then bolted past the starting gate and did a lap of the course, dropping Richard Kingscote on the… Read More »

  • Oliver Peslier wins Group One for new boss

    Olivier Peslier has made the perfect start to his new association with Sheikh Abdulla bin Khalifa al Thani by winning the Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Charm Spirit. Peslier’s long-time contract with the Wertheimer brothers was recently terminated and he was snapped up by the sheikh. He managed to find a… Read More »

  • Gordon Lord Byron wins Champions Sprint

    Globetrotting Irish sprinter Gordon Lord Byron has claimed another big win in the Group Two Champions Sprint at Ascot. The winner of the George Ryder Stakes in Sydney earlier this year, Gordon Lord Byron burst through a narrow gap to beat Tropics by 1-1/4 lengths. “He’s a super horse, it’s… Read More »

  • Noble Mission wins Ascot Champions Stakes

    Noble Mission matched the achievement of his illustrious brother Frankel by winning the Champions Stakes, the feature race of the British Champions Day at Ascot that marked the end of the European flat-racing season on Saturday. The 7-1 shot, with James Doyle onboard, held off outsider Al Kazeem in a… Read More »

  • Charming soothes Godolphin blues

    Godolphin has had to wait until the twilight of the season to register a first European Group One with Charming Thought coming to the rescue in the Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket. Big-name runners in the royal blue silks have been conspicuous by their absence, and it was hardly the… Read More »

  • Brown Panther hunting international prize

    Owner Michael Owen has an eye on the Breeders’ Cup with Brown Panther if his horse runs well in the Canadian International at Woodbine. The Tom Dascombe-trained six-year-old, eighth in the 2013 Melbourne Cup, gained a much deserved first Group One win in devastating style in Irish St Leger. After… Read More »

  • Jockey Juan Saez death ruled an accident

    Investigators have found no wrongdoing by jockeys in this week’s death of a 17-year-old apprentice jockey riding at an Indiana horse track. Indiana Horse Racing Commission senior steward Stan Bowker told The Indianapolis Star the three-member board of stewards found the death of Juan Saez was “an unfortunate accident.” The… Read More »

  • Gordon Lord Byron ready for Ascot

    Gordon Lord Byron looks set to take his chance in the Champions Sprint at Ascot with trainer Tom Hogan pleasantly surprised with the condition of the track. The globetrotting Gordon Lord Byron has won Group One races in several different countries including Australia where he took out the George Ryder… Read More »

  • Wise Dan out of Breeders’ Cup

    Dual American champion Wise Dan has been ruled out of a tilt at a third Breeders’ Cup Mile victory at Santa Anita with an ankle injury. Owner Morton Fink said the injury to Wise Dan’s right front fetlock most likely happened during his win in the Shadwell Turf Mile at… Read More »

  • Time called on Taghrooda’s career

    English Oaks winner Taghrooda has been retired to begin a new career in the broodmare barn. The daughter of Sea The Stars was a stunning winner of the Epsom Classic in early June, but it was her victory against her elders and the males in the King George at Ascot… Read More »

  • The Grey Gatsby to miss Champion Stakes

    French Derby winner The Grey Gatsby has been ruled out of the Champion Stakes at Ascot due to the expected wet ground. The Kevin Ryan-trained three-year-old has enjoyed a tremendous campaign, winning the Dante Stakes at York, the French Derby and most recently lowering the colours of Australia in the… Read More »

  • China and Singapore join up for rich race

    The China Horse Club and the Singapore Turf Club have joined forces to stage Singapore’s richest race. The race worth $S3.05 million will be held in February 2015 to coincide with Chinese New Year and will be beamed back to China with a broadcast reach of 600 million. The event… Read More »

  • Dual Arc winner Treve to stay in training

    In a surprise change of plans, Treve will stay in training next season to aim for an unprecedented third victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. Trained by Criquette Head-Maarek, Treve was earmarked for retirement after her second consecutive Arc last Sunday. But the four-year-old’s owner, Sheikh… Read More »

  • Olivier Peslier and Wertheimers split

    Leading French jockey Olivier Peslier and major owners the Wertheimer brothers have brought their association to an amicable end after more than a decade. Peslier has ridden as retained rider for the Wertheimers for 12 years, with the exploits of the wonder mare Goldikova the undoubted highlight of the partnership…. Read More »

  • 11/10/2014 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bet – Singapore

    A nine race card will be run at Singapore tonight in what looks to be a decent night of racing before we get stuck into the Group 1’s at Caulfield and Randwick tomorrow. Special Offer: $501 BONUS BET – Sportsbet Special Offer 2: $250 BONUS BET – Ladbrokes Special Offer… Read More »

  • Picavino set to end Kemp’s frustrating run

    Promising two-year-old filly Picavino is set to end a run of bad luck for trainer Kevin Kemp. Picavino will be having her second race start when she tackles the Tacoma Plumbing Handicap (1050m) at Doomben on Saturday. At her first run she was flattened at the start but came from… Read More »

  • Horse poisoning alarms Venezuela

    It sounds like a page-turning novel: Venezuelan authorities say a gambling ring poisons one of the country’s most popular race horses ahead of a key derby, nearly killing the animal and shining a light on an underworld where millions of dollars in bets are made under the table. But the… Read More »

  • US champion Cigar dies aged 24

    American champion Cigar, winner of the inaugural Dubai World Cup, has died aged 24. A release from Kentucky Horse Park said Cigar died from complications following surgery for severe osteoarthritis in his neck. Cigar won 19 of 33 starts and earned nearly $10 million but was best known for his… Read More »

  • Cover up for globetrotting targets

    David Griffiths is considering trips to Australia and Dubai for Take Cover following his admirable effort in Paris last weekend. The seven-year-old has confirmed himself one of the fastest horses in training this year, securing significant wins at York and Glorious Goodwood. He was not beaten far in the Nunthorpe… Read More »

  • Soviet Star dies peacefully aged 30

    Soviet Star, the sire of international Group One winner Starcraft, has died peacefully in his paddock at Ballylinch Stud in Ireland aged 30. Trained by Andre Fabre for Sheikh Mohammed, Soviet Star was a Group One winning sprinter miler who spent six seasons at Dalham Hall before being sold to… Read More »

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