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International Horse Racing

  • Frankel’s brother well beaten on debut

    Morpheus, Frankel’s Oasis Dream half-brother, finished well out of the frame at his first start at Nottingham. The Sir Henry Cecil-trained colt was sent off at odds of 3-1 to make a winning debut in the British Stallion Studs Supporting British Racing EBF Maiden Stakes but never really looked like… Read More »

     
  • Venetia Williams outlines bold plans for Katenko

    Venetia Williams believes Katenko could develop into a contender for both the Grand National and Cheltenham Gold Cup. Williams describes Aintree as a “very serious option” but she feels taking on the best at level weights at Cheltenham could also be possible. The seven-year-old looked a young chaser on the… Read More »

     
  • John McCririck starts legal proceedings

    Former Channel 4 Racing pundit John McCririck has confirmed he has started the first stage of his legal proceedings against the broadcaster as he seeks damages following his axing from its racing coverage. McCririck was one of a number of faces dropped from the presenting team after Channel 4 awarded… Read More »

     
  • Cheltenham strives to save Trials

    Cheltenham’s big Festival Trials Day on Saturday could be run 24 hours later if the meeting is abandoned. Ground staff have been working overtime to shift the snow which fell on top of the frost sheets, which has given course officials renewed hope of the fixture going ahead. However, more… Read More »

     
  • Harry The Viking set for Grand National

    Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson could have a Grand National runner with trainer Paul Nicholls confirming Harry The Viking will be entered for the world’s most famous steeplechase. The eight-year-old was second to Teaforthree at the Cheltenham Festival last March and was last seen finishing ninth in the Hennessy… Read More »

     
  • Ferguson’s horse set for Grand National

    Alex Ferguson is set to have a runner in the Grand National after trainer Paul Nicholls confirmed he would enter Harry The Viking, part-owned by the Manchester United manager, in the race. The eight-year-old was second to Teaforthree in the four-mile race at the Cheltenham Festival in March last year… Read More »

     
  • Cheltenham officials on weather watch

    Officials at Cheltenham believe the weather over the next 48 hours will be crucial as to whether their Festival Trials meeting will go ahead on Saturday. Although the course is raceable under the protective covers, it remains very cold and more snow is forecast before a hoped-for improvement in the… Read More »

     
  • Monbeg Dude a good buy for Tindall

    England rugby star Mike Tindall has joined his royal wife Zara with a stroke of luck in the equine stakes. The Queen’s eldest granddaughter labelled her husband an “idiot” after he bid 12,000 pounds ($A18,215) for form-less Monbeg Dude at auction “without meaning to win”. “I knew nothing about him,… Read More »

     
  • Revisionism undermines Frankel rating

    Frankel last week received the official stamp of approval as the greatest racehorse of all time. However, the world’s racing handicappers, the body which decides such weighty matters, in doing so also, for some, undermined the whole process by readjusting the historical weights given to previous great champions. Dancing Brave,… Read More »

     
  • Wise Dan named US Horse of the Year

    Late bloomer Wise Dan has been named the United States Horse of the Year, easily beating I’ll Have Another for the title. The five-year-old, winner of five of his six starts in 2012, became the first gelding to win the title since John Henry in 1984. His major wins were… Read More »

     
  • Snow causes more havoc to British racing

    Racing is facing a second successive whiteout after widespread snow led to a blank afternoon of racing in Britain on Friday. While Chepstow’s jumps card was an early casualty on Friday morning, even the all-weather meetings at Wolverhampton and Lingfield were unable to cope. All three of Saturday’s jumping fixtures… Read More »

     
  • BHA panel concludes Heffernan hearing

    Former Australian-based jockey Andrew Heffernan and eight unlicensed individuals will have to wait until next Friday to know their fate following a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing over breaches of the rules of racing. Ten days had been set aside for the hearing which began on Monday at the… Read More »

     
  • UK freeze puts race meetings in doubt

    Taunton’s richest ever meeting on Saturday could be the best chance of any turf racing going ahead over the next few days. Temperatures in Somerset are fairly tropical compared to most of the rest of the country, but even they are not completely safe, with a band of either snow… Read More »

     
  • Scudamore faced with Gold Cup poser

    Tom Scudamore has three possible mounts in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March. David Pipe’s stable jockey could ride Grands Crus for his boss or one of David Bridgwater’s two entries – last year’s Gold Cup runner-up The Giant Bolster and impressive Ascot winner Wyck Hill. “The Gold Cup entries… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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