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International Horse Racing

  • Blackstairmountain wins Nakayama Jump

    Irish visitor Blackstairmountain has claimed a famous success for trainer Willie Mullins and jockey Ruby Walsh in the Nakayama Grand Jump in Japan. The eight-year-old was well beaten on his Tokyo debut when only ninth in the traditional lead-up, the Pegasus Jump, but he stepped up markedly on that form… Read More »

     
  • Cecil hits out at contents of biography

    Esteemed British trainer Henry Cecil has hit out at a soon-to-be-published biography that contains “unhappy and difficult phases” of his life, saying the concept of the book was changed without his authorisation. The 70-year-old Cecil, who trained retired flat-racing great Frankel and is a 10-time champion trainer, gave British journalist… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien downplays concerns over Kingsbarns

    Joseph O’Brien has allayed fears about the well being of leading Epsom Derby contender Kingsbarns. The Galileo colt headed ante-post lists for the Epsom Classic throughout the winter following his thoroughly impressive display in the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster, but trainer Aidan O’Brien revealed late last month his three-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin boosts entries for Epsom Derby

    Last season’s champion two-year-old Dawn Approach is among a record 17 second-stage entries for the Epsom Derby. The unbeaten son of 2008 Epsom hero New Approach was added to the premier Classic at a cost of STG8,000 ($A11,700). He is already hot favourite for the 2000 Guineas. As well as… Read More »

     
  • Dunlop to welcome Snow Fairy back

    Grand mare Snow Fairy is due to begin cantering next week in anticipation of a return to the track during the second half of the season. Ed Dunlop’s exceptional mare has not been seen since winning the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown last September, when she held of Nathaniel by… Read More »

     
  • Derby hero Camelot on course for comeback

    Aidan O’Brien has mapped out an early-season plan for dual Derby winner Camelot that will culminate in an appearance at Royal Ascot. Camelot also won the 2000 Guineas in a stellar three-year-old campaign and was just denied the Triple Crown by Encke in the St Leger before being unplaced in… Read More »

     
  • Grand National winner welcomed home

    Grand National-winning jockey Ryan Mania has returned home to a hero’s welcome, just hours after being discharged from hospital. The 23-year-old rider triumphed at Aintree on Saturday aboard 66-1 shot Auroras Encore but was airlifted to hospital the following day after falling from Stagecoach Jasper at Hexham. The jockey was… Read More »

     
  • Cirrus not certain for Coronation

    Cirrus Des Aigles will do the bulk of his racing in the second half of the season after recovering from injury. The King George VI And Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot in July, the Juddmonte International at York in August and the Champion Stakes at Ascot in the autumn… Read More »

     
  • National winner Mania leaves hospital

    Grand National winner Ryan Mania has left hospital after an MRI scan revealed he sustained only minor injuries in a fall the day after his Aintree triumph. The 23-year-old was taken to hospital after tumbling from his mount on his return to action in Hexham, northeast England on Sunday, a… Read More »

     
  • Kingsbarns still in Epsom Derby picture

    Kingsbarns is still reported to be on course for the Derby despite being a major doubt for the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket. Aidan O’Brien’s Racing Post Trophy winner suffered a setback which caused him to miss a racecourse gallop at the Curragh two weeks ago. “He had a stone bruise,… Read More »

     
  • Animal Kingdom set for Royal Ascot start

    Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom is reported in good form after arriving in Britain for a possible Royal Ascot outing. The five-year-old was an impressive two-length victor at Meydan last month and trainer Graham Motion immediately pointed to Ascot for his American raider. The 2011 Kentucky Derby hero, who… Read More »

     
  • Second night in hospital for Mania

    Grand National-winning rider Ryan Mania is to spend a second night in hospital as he awaits the results of a final MRI scan. The 23-year-old was taken by air ambulance to hospital in Newcastle following a fall at Hexham on Sunday, a day after he won the National on the… Read More »

     
  • National hero Mania in hospital after fall

    Grand National winning jockey Ryan Mania is recovering in hospital on Sunday following a nasty fall 24 hours after lifting the world’s most famous steeplechase on 66-1 outsider Auroras Encore. The Scottish rider was on board Stagecoach Jasper, trained like his Aintree winner by Sue Smith, in a handicap hurdle… Read More »

     
  • National Mania for outsider Auroras Encore

    Scottish jockey Ryan Mania has won the Grand National at his first attempt, guiding outsider Auroras Encore to victory at Aintree. The 23-year-old, who briefly gave up riding two years ago when opportunities dried up, gave the 66-1 chance a perfect ride with Auroras Encore beating Welsh duo Cappa Bleu… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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