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International Horse Racing

  • Derby winner Orb arrives for Preakness

    Kentucky Derby winner Orb made a spirited walk along the row of racetrack barns at Pimlico on Tuesday ahead of Saturday’s 138th Preakness, the second leg in American racing’s Triple Crown series. Orb’s trainer Shug McGaughey brought the horse from New York’s Belmont Park to Baltimore on Monday ahead of… Read More »

     
  • Flotilla scorches to French Guineas win

    Flotilla produced a record-breaking performance when getting up in the final strides to land the French 1000 Guineas at Longchamp. Last season’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies’ Turf winner came with a rattling run under Christophe Lemaire to collar the Andre Fabre-trained favourite Esoterique close home and oblige by a neck…. Read More »

     
  • Secret Gesture wins Oaks Trial

    Secret Gesture has been the big firmer in English Oaks markets due to her impressive victory in the pouring rain at Lingfield. The Lingfield Oaks Trial was the same lead-up race used by trainer Ralph Beckett for his one and only British Classic victory so far, although Look Here was… Read More »

     
  • Anodin, Intello out for family redemption

    Both Anodin and Intello will be aiming to right the family honour when they line up in Sunday’s Poule d’Essai des Poulains – the French 2000 Guineas – at Longchamp. Anodin is a full-brother to Goldikova, who was beaten two lengths by the great Zarkava in the French 1000 Guineas… Read More »

     
  • Animal Kingdom confirmed for Queen Anne

    Animal Kingdom is to have his racing swan song in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot before taking up stud duties in Australia. The impressive Dubai World Cup winner also holds an entry in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes over a mile-and-a-quarter (2000m) at the Royal meeting, but connections… Read More »

     
  • Mount Athos returns with easy win

    Mount Athos will again be aimed at the Melbourne Cup after returning with an easy victory in the Group Three Ormonde Stakes at Chester. A luckless fifth in the 2012 Melbourne Cup, Mount Athos is the TAB’s third favourite in opening markets for this year’s race. Jamie Spencer was positive… Read More »

     
  • Bin Suroor set to take on Moulton horses

    Saeed bin Suroor is set take temporary control of Godolphin’s Moulton Paddocks yard in Newmarket once the stable has been cleared to resume action by the British Horseracing Authority. Moulton Paddocks was formerly the base of Mahmood Al Zarooni, the trainer who was banned for eight years by the BHA… Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux arrives in Singapore

    Red Cadeaux has touched down in Singapore for the final leg of another worldwide tour for Ed Dunlop’s globetrotting superstar. The 2011 Melbourne Cup runner-up claimed a brilliant victory in the Hong Kong Vase in December before running arguably the best race of his career when he beat all bar… Read More »

     
  • Hollywood Park to close after 75 years

    Hollywood Park racetrack will close by the end of the year with the property earmarked for residential and retail development. The 75-year-old racetrack in Inglewood is the second major California racetrack to close since 2008 when Bay Meadows near San Francisco was shut down after 74 years to make way… Read More »

     
  • McQueen runs second for retiring Sir Alex Ferguson

    Sir Alex Ferguson was narrowly denied a poignant victory at Chester racecourse on the day the legendary manager announced his retirement. The football world was rocked on Wednesday morning when it was confirmed the Scot, 71, would stand down as Manchester United boss at the end of the season, having… Read More »

     
  • De Kock outlines contenders for July Cup

    Mike de Kock’s highly-talented trio of Shea Shea, Soft Falling Rain and Kavanagh are among 61 entries for the July Cup at Newmarket. All three were successful in Dubai in March with Shea Shea winning the Al Quoz Sprint, Soft Falling Rain taking three races including the Godolphin Mile and… Read More »

     
  • Al-Zarooni lodges appeal against ban

    Former Godolphin trainer Mahmood al-Zarooni launched an appeal on Tuesday against the severity of his eight-year worldwide ban for doping race horses at his stables in Newmarket. Al-Zarooni was handed the lengthy suspension by the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) on April 25 after admitting to giving 15 horses anabolic steroids,… Read More »

     
  • Racing mourns death of jockeys’ mentor

    Former champion jockey Kevin Darley was among those to pay tribute to distinguished trainer Reg Hollinshead, who has died aged 89. Hollinshead was famed for his production line of future top jockeys, such as Darley, Walter Swinburn and Pat Eddery. Derby-winning rider Willie Ryan was also associated with the Hollinshead… Read More »

     
  • Derby winner Camelot back in business

    Aidan O’Brien declared himself delighted after seeing his Classic winner Camelot make a perfectly satisfactory return to action in the Mooresbridge Stakes at the Curragh. The son of Montjeu appeared destined for greatness after winning both the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket and completing the English-Irish Derby double in the first… Read More »