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International Horse Racing

  • Dual G1 winner Tac De Boistron retired

    Dual Group One-winning stayer Tac De Boistron has been retired. The gelding was bought by Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock in 2012 with a view to the Melbourne Cup. He had two starts in Australia for trainer Mick Kent but failed to handle the firm tracks and was returned to Europe after… Read More »

  • Treve sparkles in gallop at Chantilly

    Dual Arc winner Treve remains on course to make her return in the Prix Vermeille after coming through a morning gallop with flying colours. The mare won the Vermeille and the Arc during a brilliant campaign two years ago and although large parts of last season were not so smooth,… Read More »

  • All systems go for Jack Hobbs in Arc

    Jack Hobbs has enhanced his position as Britain’s leading challenger for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with an effortless success at Kempton . Having cut an impressive figure in the parade ring, the Irish Derby winner showed no signs of rustiness on his first start since the Classic in… Read More »

  • Trip to Australia looms for Energia Davos

    Trainer Jane Chapple-Hyam had flagged a trip to Australia for a shot at the Emirates Stakes with Energia Davos following his last-gasp success in the Stella Artois Handicap at Ascot. The seven-year-old made a winning start to life under the Newmarket handler following his sale out of Marco Botti’s yard…. Read More »

  • Trainer Clive Brittain to retire

    Veteran English trainer Clive Brittain has announced he will retire at the end of the year. The 81-year-old said the time was right to call it a day. “Old age would probably be a hint, but I want to spend a few years looking after my wife,” Brittain told Press… Read More »

  • American Pharoah to race in Breeders

    A few days of indecision are over and Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is back on schedule for the $US5 million ($A7.11 million) Breeders’ Cup Classic and a chance for a magical career-ending race. After a tough loss in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga last Saturday, American Pharoah’s owner Ahmed… Read More »

  • Cirrus Des Aigles ready for Irish race

    Popular French veteran Cirrus Des Aigles is on course to make his comeback from injury in the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown. The nine-year-old has not been seen since finishing last of four behind Solow in the Prix d’Ispahan in May on ground that was faster than ideal. He had… Read More »

  • Turner confirms retirement plan

    Britain’s most successful female jockey Hayley Turner says she is excited about the future after confirming her retirement from the saddle at the end of the season. The 32-year-old claimed a landmark success when she steered Dream Ahead to win the 2011 Group One July Cup and also won the… Read More »

  • Victoria Pendleton second in first race

    Dual Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton has been denied a fairytale victory on her first ride as a fully-fledged amateur jockey at Ripon, finishing a close second. Despite being a total novice in the saddle, Pendleton announced in March she was training to become a jockey with the long-term aim… Read More »

  • No decision on American Pharoah future

    Trainer Bob Baffert has no regrets about running American Pharoah in the Travers Stakes despite the Triple Crown winner’s defeat. Until Saturday (Sunday AEST) American Pharoah had not lost a race since his debut last August at Del Mar. He had reeled off eight straight wins, seven at Grade One… Read More »

  • American Pharoah beaten in Travers Stakes

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah came up short in the $US1.6 million ($A2.23 million) Travers Stakes on Saturday, losing to Keen Ice by three-quarters of a length before a sold-out and stunned crowd at Saratoga Race Course. American Pharoah came into the race as the overwhelming favourite, but the first… Read More »

  • American Pharoah beaten in Travers

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah has been beaten in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga. After shaking off Frosted at the top of the straight, American Pharoah was collared by Keen Ice near the winning post.

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