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International Horse Racing

  • Kazeem floors Camelot in Cup shock

    Al Kazeem has caused a major upset to defeat triple Classic winner Camelot in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh. The lightly-raced five-year-old is making up for lost time in tremendous fashion after being off for almost 12 months before returning in triumph at Sandown four weeks ago. Roger… Read More »

     
  • Just The Judge wins Irish 1000 Guineas

    Just The Judge has given young trainer Charlie Hills his first Classic with success in the Irish 1000 Guineas at the Curragh. It was also a first Classic triumph for Qatar Racing, owners of 2011 Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden who returned to Australia to win last year’s Caulfield Cup. The… Read More »

     
  • Native Is sprint King again

    Kingsgate Native has rolled back the years to make a brilliant return to winning form in the Temple Stakes at Haydock. On a long losing run since the same race three years ago when he was trained by Sir Michael Stoute, the dual Group One winning eight-year-old is now with… Read More »

     
  • More Classic Magic from O’Brien

    Magician has given trainer Aidan O’Brien his ninth Irish 2000 Guineas with a devastating performance on the Curragh. The defection of Cristoforo Colombo elevated stablemate Magician (100-30) to the shortest-priced of O’Brien’s four runners on Saturday and he was partnered by the trainer’s son, Joseph, who claimed his third 2000… Read More »

     
  • Camelot raring to go in Tattersalls Cup

    Joseph O’Brien does not anticipate the small field posing any problems for Camelot in Sunday’s Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh. Only four go to post for the Group One event over 10 furlongs, a race O’Brien’s father Aidan has won six times in the last eight years, including the… Read More »

     
  • Bolger upbeat for Dawn Approach Derby bid

    Jim Bolger is convinced Dawn Approach will go to the English Derby an even better horse than he was when winning the 2000 Guineas. The Coolcullen trainer has been delighted with the unbeaten colt since the Newmarket Classic and he knows what it takes to win the premier Classic having… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys’ group continues to Ahern support

    Eddie Ahern will have the full support of the Professional Jockeys’ Association as he launches his appeal against the 10-year ban handed out to him by the British Horseracing Authority. Ahern’s career was effectively ended after he was found guilty of conspiring to commit a corrupt or fraudulent practice along… Read More »

     
  • Stoute rules Telescope out of Derby

    Telescope has a sore left shin and will not run in the Derby at Epsom on June 1, trainer Sir Michael Stoute has announced. The Galileo colt had a racecourse gallop at Lingfield on Wednesday in which he was described as only “workmanlike” by the Newmarket handler. He has since… Read More »

     
  • Aigles could miss Royal Ascot

    Royal Ascot may come too soon for Cirrus Des Aigles but trainer Corine Barande-Barbe is upbeat about his return from injury. The seven-year-old was the only horse to give Frankel a real race when he was beaten just a length and three-quarters on Champions Day. Barande-Barbe has not given up… Read More »

     
  • Dunaden enjoys Epsom spin

    Dunaden has has a familiarisation gallop at Epsom ahead of next weekend’s Coronation Cup. The 2011 Melbourne Cup winner returned to Australia last year to win the Caulfield Cup over 2400m, the same distance he will run at Epsom. Having finished fourth to St Nicholas Abbey in the Sheema Classic… Read More »

     
  • UAE to ban steriod use in equestrian sport

    Godolphin’s founder, Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, issued a decree Thursday banning anabolic steroids in all horse-related sports in the United Arab Emirates. Sheikh Mohammed’s racing empire was rocked to the roots in April when it emerged that 11 horses at Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni’s classic-winning yard… Read More »

     
  • Late Derby entry to be paid for German 3YO

    German challenger Chopin will be supplemented for the English Derby at Epsom on June 1. Considered as the best three-year-old in his homeland, he was bought by Sheikh Fahad Al Thani after winning his last race by eight lengths. He will be ridden by Jamie Spencer, who recently went to… Read More »

     
  • Assistant trainer to appeal corruption ban

    James Clutterbuck, son and assistant to Newmarket trainer Ken Clutterbuck, has lodged an appeal against a two-and-a-half-year ban from racing. Clutterbuck was found guilty by the British Horseracing Authority of passing on inside information on March 9, 2011 when Stoneacre Gareth, trained by his father, finished fourth in a seven-furlong… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Eddie Ahern to appeal ban

    Devastated jockey Eddie Ahern will appeal a 10-year disqualification imposed after he was found guilty of corruption charges. The British Horseracing Authority handed down the ban after finding the 35-year-old had failed to ensure Judgethemoment was ridden on its merits at Lingfield in January 2011, and of passing information for… Read More »