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  • Hopportunity out of Kentucky Derby

    Hopportunity, the second favourite for the Kentucky Derby, is out of the race. Trainer Bob Baffert says the colt has a sore left front foot. Hopportunity was the 6-1 choice for Saturday’s race and was to have been ridden by Mike Smith. The scratching on Thursday means Pablo Del Monte… Read More »

  • Barrier trial form a real boost for Aimee

    Trainers don’t often break into a smile when a rival runs a record but that was the case with the Gold Coast-based Noel Doyle this week. He trains smart filly Aimee who will be one of the favourites for the Ken Russell Memorial at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Aimee… Read More »

  • Ryan on weather watch for Angel Of Mercy

    Gerald Ryan is one of several Hollindale Stakes trainers hoping the Gold Coast skies stay clear before Saturday. The Gold Coast track has had 32mm of rain in the past seven days but more is predicted for the weekend. Ryan has Angel Of Mercy in the weight-for-age Hollindale and the… Read More »

  • California Chrome favourite in Derby

    California Chrome is the early 5-2 favourite for the Kentucky Derby after drawing barrier five for the famous race. He is trained by 77-year-old Art Sherman who could become the oldest trainer to win the Derby, surpassing Charlie Whittingham who was 76 when Sunday Silence won in 1989. California Chrome… Read More »

  • Tac De Boistron wins at Ascot

    Tac De Boistron has staked a major claim for the Gold Cup with a five length win in the Group Three Sagaro Stakes at Ascot. Owned by Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, Tac De Boistron was sent back to Europe last year after failing on firm tracks in the 2012 Geelong and… Read More »

  • Wicked Strong running for Boston in Derby

    Wicked Strong has a built-in fan base for the Kentucky Derby. The entire city of Boston. The colt named in honor of the victims of last year’s Boston Marathon bombings will be among the favorites for Saturday’s race. He’s got the credentials, having impressively won the Wood Memorial at 9-1… Read More »

  • Kingman remains favourite for Guineas

    John Gosden admits 2000 Guineas favourite Kingman will have to be at his best to win the Classic which is stacked with quality contenders. Kingman assumed favouritism following his startling display in the Greenham Stakes at Newbury, the Khalid Abdullah-owned colt is aiming to give Gosden his first win in… Read More »

  • New racing record for Walsh

    Veteran jockey David Walsh has ridden more winners than any New Zealander, breaking Lance O’Sullivan’s record when he guided Willy Duggan to victory in Sunday’s Marlborough Cup in Blenheim. It was his 2360th victory in New Zealand, bettering the mark set by O’Sullivan who retired in 2003. Walsh, 54, is… Read More »

  • Cirrus Des Aigles beats Treve at Longchamp

    Veteran Cirrus Des Aigles has inflicted the first defeat on Treve in the Group One Prix Ganay at Longchamp. Making her first appearance this year, Treve was getting 3lb (1.5kg) from Cirrus Des Aigles but could not take advantage as her race-fit rival edged her out in a thrilling battle… Read More »

  • McCoy and Nicholls on top of British jumps

    The British jumps season has ended with Tony McCoy predictably the champion jockey and Paul Nicholls beating Nicky Henderson for the trainers’ title. It was the 19th consecutive championship for McCoy who said he had no plans to retire. “I feel as good as ever. I’d like to win a… Read More »

  • Treve ready for Longchamp return

    Treve makes her first appearance of the year amid huge anticipation in the Prix Ganay at Longchamp. It was last October, at the same Parisian course, that the unbeaten filly truly came of age with victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. She shared the top world ranking in… Read More »

  • Noble Mission beats Telescope at Sandown

    Noble Mission has always lived in the shadow of his older brother Frankel but has come into his own to beat Telescope by nine lengths in the Group Three Gordon Richards Stakes at Sandown. The five-year-old is trained by Lady Cecil, the widow of Frankel’s trainer Henry Cecil, and led… Read More »

  • Rizeena delights in pre-Guineas workout

    Veteran English trainer Clive Brittain has a third 1000 Guineas firmly in his sights after pre-post favourite Rizeena came through her latest work-out with flying colours. The 79-year-old is confident Rizeena can join Pebbles (1984) and Sayyedati (1993) on the fillies’ Classic honour roll. Her gallop on the Polytrack at… Read More »

  • Good Friday racing a sell-out at Lingfield

    A modern-day record crowd flocked to Lingfield for the first British race meeting on Good Friday as the inaugural All-Weather Championships Finals proved an unqualified success. The gates had to be closed after nearly 9000 people attended the usually sleepy Surrey course where STG1 million ($A1.8 million) was on offer… Read More »

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