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  • Annie shows her power at Ascot

    Unbeaten jumper Annie Power’s ultimate target remains undecided but her reputation has been enhanced with her five-length defeat of Zarkandar in the Coral Hurdle at Ascot. Willie Mullins’ sturdy chestnut mare had been untouchable in seven starts at home and after a long first journey across the Irish Sea, she… Read More »

     
  • Simenon, Dunaden chasing Japan Cup glory

    Connections of Simenon will be satisfied if their charge can claim a share of the $6.31 million prize pot on offer in Sunday’s Japan Cup at Tokyo racecourse. The six-year-old was last seen finishing a creditable fourth in the Melbourne Cup earlier this month, beaten just two and a half… Read More »

     
  • Chicquita fetches Irish record price

    Irish Oaks winner Chicquita has set a record for a horse sold at auction in Ireland, fetching E6 million ($A8.84 million) at a dispersal sale of Australian Paul Makin’s bloodstock. The Hong Kong-based Makin, who first experienced European racing when his horse Starcraft won Group One races in England and… Read More »

     
  • Champion trainer Richard Hannon to reitre

    Britain’s champion trainer Richard Hannon is to hand over his licence to his son Richard junior in the new year. Roles will be reversed with the 68-year-old, who has been at the helm for 43 years, to assist his son from January 1. “We thought long and hard as to… Read More »

     
  • International possibles named for HK races

    Moonlight Cloud heads a stellar list of overseas possibles for the Hong Kong international races after the publication of selected horses for the four flagship races at Sha Tin on December 8. Moonlight Cloud seeks a seventh top-level victory of her career in the Hong Kong Mile. Australia’s only representative… Read More »

     
  • Doubt hangs over California Memory career

    Top Hong Kong galloper California Memory is out of next month’s International meeting and his racing career is in jeopardy. Scans have shown California Memory, a two-time winner of the Hong Kong Cup as well as two other Group One races, has injured his right foreleg. A popular grey galloper,… Read More »

     
  • Simenon camp in high spirits for Japan Cup

    Connections of Simenon believe he has improved for his excellent run in the Melbourne Cup ahead of the Japan Cup this weekend. Runner-up in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot and the Lonsdale Cup at York, the Willie Mullins-trained six-year-old made the journey to Australia in September, accompanied every step… Read More »

     
  • Dwyer in fresh Indian horse racing claims

    Officials at the Professional Jockeys Association have stressed they are keen to see all relevant documentation relating to claims made in the Indian media over riders Martin Dwyer and Paul Mulrennan. Reports in the Mumbai Mirror suggest the jockeys will be asked to return to the sub-continent by Royal Western… Read More »

     
  • Japanese rider Yutaka Take wins 100th G1

    Champion Japanese jockey Yutaka Take has reached a milestone 100th Group One win aboard Tosen Ra in the Mile Championship at Kyoto. Tosen Ra normally races over longer distances but ran in Sunday’s Mile in preference to next week’s Japan Cup in Tokyo because of his liking for the Kyoto… Read More »

     
  • Hurricane Fly enters record books

    Hurricane Fly has jumped to a world record 17 Grade One wins with victory in the Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown in Ireland. The Willie Mullins-trained champion overtook Paul Nicholls’ outstanding steeplechaser Kauto Star and legendary American Flat performer John Henry as the winning-most horse at the highest level with his… Read More »

     
  • Alzain wins for Gerard Butler

    Trainer Gerard Butler has celebrated a Listed win ahead of his appearance at an inquiry into the use of a banned steroid on horses in his care. Butler sent Prince Alzain out to win Saturday’s Churchill Stakes at Lingfield under star apprentice Oisin Murphy and the horse’s aim next year… Read More »

     
  • Power goes to O’Neill and John’s Spirit

    Jonjo O’Neill has been helping Tony McCoy hog the headlines over the past couple of weeks but it was time for his backstage man Richie McLernon to take the spotlight on Johns Spirit in the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham. Record-breaking McCoy was required for owner JP McManus’ unplaced… Read More »

     
  • McCririck loses age discrimination case

    Flamboyant racing pundit John McCririck was sacked by Channel 4 because his “pantomime persona” was “unpalatable” to a wide audience, an employment tribunal ruled. Dismissing the 73-year-old’s age discrimination claims, a Central London Employment Tribunal panel said that McCririck could be seen by some as “arrogant and confrontational”. McCririck said… Read More »

     
  • Treve named Cartier Horse of the Year

    Treve has been named Cartier Horse of the Year at the 23rd annual Cartier Racing Awards in London. Trained in France by Criquette Head-Maarek, the Sheikh Joaan Al Thani-owned filly is unbeaten in five starts and secured a stunning five length triumph in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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