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International Horse Racing

  • Botti banks on Planteur progress for Dubai

    Trainer Marco Botti believes the benefit of having given Planteur a prep run will give him an advantage in the Dubai World Cup. Planteur was third in the world’s richest race last year without having had a previous outing and Botti believes his win in the Winter Derby Trial at… Read More »

     
  • Mullins breaks O’Brien’s jumps record

    Trainer Willie Mullins has broken Aidan O’Brien’s Irish National Hunt record with a double at Fairyhouse taking his tally to 156 winners for the season. O’Brien set the mark in the 1995/96 season before turning his attentions to dominating the Flat. With nearly three months of the campaign still to… Read More »

     
  • Ferguson ponders Cotton Mill Festival aim

    Trainer John Ferguson will decide from three options which race to give Cotton Mill the chance to make up for crashing out in last year’s Cheltenham Festival. Ferguson has to choose from the Champion Hurdle, the Coral Cup and the Vincent O’Brien County Handicap Hurdle for the six-year-old. Cotton Mill… Read More »

     
  • Igugu succumbs to Sajjhaa at Meydan

    Star South African mare Igugu suffered a surprise defeat to Sajjhaa on her reappearance in the Group Two Balanchine Stakes at Meydan. Mike de Kock’s charge had carried all before her at home but had been off the track since winning the Group One J&B Met at Kenilworth last January…. Read More »

     
  • National Hunt disappointment for O’Brien

    Aidan O’Brien’s first National Hunt runners in well over eight years have failed to land a blow at Punchestown. The master of Ballydoyle is no stranger to the jumping game, having trained the incredible Istabraq to win three Champion Hurdles at Cheltenham. However, the stable’s last runner under National Hunt… Read More »

     
  • Kauto Star to show new skills at Newbury

    Kauto Star is set to demonstrate some of his new dressage skills when he appears at Newbury on March 2. The 16-time Grade One winner and dual Cheltenham Gold Cup hero was retired from racing last October and has since been in the care of leading event rider Laura Collett…. Read More »

     
  • Nicky Henderson outlines Festival squad

    Nicky Henderson might publicly admit he does not expect to match last year’s haul of seven Cheltenham Festival winners, but a team of at least 35 from his stable will be doing their best. These include virtually all of his returning heroes, such as Sprinter Sacre, Bobs Worth, Simonsig and… Read More »

     
  • Rachel Alexandra continues to improve

    Veterinary surgeons in Kentucky are encouraged by Rachel Alexandra’s improvement with the champion mare in a serious but stable condition after abdominal surgery. Rachel Alexandra underwent the surgery after she suffered complications from foaling last week. The 2009 United States Horse of the Year went for a short walk outside… Read More »

     
  • Tim Clark wins first Hong Kong Group One

    Australian jockey Tim Clark has claimed his first Hong Kong Group One trophy with an upset win aboard the John Size-trained It Has To Be You at Sha Tin. It Has To Be You took out Sunday’s Hong Kong Classic Cup to make an already special day for Clark even… Read More »

     
  • Rachel Alexandra serious but stable

    Veterinary surgeons treating champion mare Rachel Alexandra are encouraged by her progress. The 2009 United States Horse of the Year remains in a serious but stable condition after abdominal surgery following complications from foaling. However, doctors reported she was bright and alert and received a small amount of feed on… Read More »

     
  • Rachel Alexandra’s condition still serious

    Champion mare Rachel Alexandra remains in a serious condition following surgery but is reported to be bright and alert. The 2009 United States Horse of the Year was admitted to a veterinary hospital in Kentucky earlier this week for an emergency operation after giving birth to her second foal. A… Read More »

     
  • Former Australian Mental wins in Dubai

    Australian Group One winner Mental has won the Group Three Al Shindagha Sprint in Dubai at his first overseas start. Trained in Australia by Peter Snowden, Mental won the Patinack Farm Classic at Flemington in November before being transferred to owner Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin team. After a slow start, Mental… Read More »

     
  • Rachel Alexandra in battle for life

    Champion mare Rachel Alexandra remains in a serious condition as she recovers from surgery related to complications involving the birth of her filly. A statement from Stonestreet Farm said the 2009 United States Horse of the Year had surgery on Wednesday to repair an area of bruising in her small… Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux a possibility for Dubai

    Trainer Ed Dunlop has entered Red Cadeaux for next month’s Winter Derby at Lingfield ahead of a possible trip to the World Cup meeting but Cox Plate bound Unbridled Command will not go to Dubai. Hollywood Derby winner Unbridled Command, who was bought late last year by Kevin and Colleen… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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