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  • Planteur set for Breeders’ Cup via France

    Planteur will head to the Prix Dollar next before an ambitious crack at the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Marco Botti’s six-year-old was a comfortable winner of the Group Three Winter Hill Stakes at Windsor having previously chased home Maxios in the Prix d’Ispahan back in May. That form was franked at… Read More »

     
  • Tac De Boistron in winning form

    Tac De Boistron will be aimed at the Prix du Cadran at Longchamp on October 6 after his effortless win at Chester on Saturday. The six-year-old returned to Europe after a stint with Mick Kent in Australia where he was unplaced in two starts in the Geelong and Melbourne Cups…. Read More »

     
  • Orfevre shortens for Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe 2013

    Betstar’s Alan Eskander believes 2012 Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe runner up Orfevre will continue to shorten in the coming week’s leading into this year’s event on October 5. Orfevre moved into clear favouritism in Betstar’s 2013 Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe market after an effortless win at Longchamp on… Read More »

     
  • Voleuse De Coeurs to target French Classic

    Voleuse De Coeurs could attempt to claim further Classic honours this autumn following her resounding victory in the Irish St Leger. The Dermot Weld-trained filly dotted up by six lengths at the Curragh on Sunday to initiate a likely visit to France in October. With a tilt at the Melbourne… Read More »

     
  • Brown Panther in frame for Melbourne Cup prep start

    Trainer Tom Dascombe says there is “a possibility” Brown Panther could have a run before he enters quarantine for the Melbourne Cup in November. Last month’s Goodwood Cup winner had been due to contest the Irish St Leger at the Curragh on Sunday, but he was not declared for the… Read More »

     
  • Treve camp basking in Arc trial victory

    Criquette Head-Maarek will be unfazed by whatever the elements throw at Treve when she runs in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in three weeks’ time. The three-year-old filly shot towards the forefront of the betting for Europe’s premier middle-distance race after a startling display in the Prix Vermeille on… Read More »

     
  • British racing gathers to celebrate Cecil

    Figures from across the sport of Flat racing gathered in Ely Cathedral to celebrate the life of Sir Henry Cecil. The huge Gothic structure, which looms over the Fens, was a building Cecil admired and it was chosen by his widow, Lady Jane, as a fitting venue for his remembrance…. Read More »

     
  • Mixed fortunes for Melbourne Cup entries in Europe

    A six length win in the Irish St Leger is unlikely to lead to a Melbourne Cup start for Voleuse De Coeurs with trainer Dermot Weld saying he would prefer to wait another year. But 2011 Cup winner Dunaden is now being targeted at Melbourne again after failing to flatter… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira in move to Hong Kong

    Champion Singapore jockey Joao Moreira is reported to be moving to Hong Kong later this year. The Brazilian has been a superstar in Singapore for the past four years and has also enjoyed success on visits to Australia where he will ride again next week at the two-day Newcastle Cup… Read More »

     
  • Ed Dunlop lands Doncaster Cup

    The 2013 Melbourne Cup has come around too quickly for Times Up but trainer Ed Dunlop is hoping the dual Doncaster Cup winner stays in training for a possible crack next year. Dunlop enjoyed one of the most satisfying victories of his career when Times Up landed the Group Two… Read More »

     
  • Leading Light shines in English St Leger

    Europe’s premier race seems likely to win out over the Melbourne Cup for Leading Light, winner of the English St Leger at Doncaster. Leading Light put himself in the frame to be a late entry for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with his victory over Oaks winner Talent. Trainer… Read More »

     
  • Orfevre primed for Prix Foy repeat victory

    Orfevre makes his eagerly awaited return to French soil when he lines up in Sunday’s Prix Foy at Longchamp. Brought over from Japan to land this trial last year, the chestnut suffered an agonising defeat in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe when idling in front inside the final furlong… Read More »

     
  • Treve and Dettori set for Prix Vermeille

    Frankie Dettori finally gets to put his potential Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe mount Treve through her paces on the racecourse during a glittering afternoon of trials at Longchamp on Sunday. Criquette Head-Maarek’s unbeaten filly is one of the shiniest jewels in the Italian’s arrangement with Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad… Read More »

     
  • Brown Panther out of Irish St Leger

    Brown Panther has been ruled out of Sunday’s Irish St Leger at the Curragh with illness but the Melbourne Cup is still a hope if he recovers in the next few days. Owned and bred by former English football great Michael Owen and trained by Tom Dascombe, the five-year-old spiked… Read More »