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International Horse Racing

  • Ryan Moore third on comeback from injury

    Star jockey Ryan Moore has finished third aboard Peterhof in his return from injury at Newmarket. The winner of three British championships and many other races around the world including the 2014 Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup, Moore made his comeback on Thursday. He had been sidelined since July 9… Read More »

  • Bondi Beach demoted to second in St Leger

    Bondi Beach has lost his St Leger win but cannot be re-handicapped for the Melbourne Cup. The British Horse Racing Authority has reversed the stewards’ decision to demote the Ralph Beckett-trained Simple Verse to second for interference in the Group One race at Doncaster. The margin between Simple Verse and… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore back in action after injury

    Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Ryan Moore will return to action at Newmarket having been sidelined for more than two months with a neck injury. The three-time British champion jockey rode work at Newmarket on Wednesday morning for the first time since injuring his neck in a barrier… Read More »

  • Victoria Pendleton unplaced in second race

    Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton finished well down the field in her second competitive start as an amateur rider at Beverley. Despite being a total novice in the saddle, the dual gold medal-winning cyclist announced in March she was training to become a jockey with a long-term aim of competing… Read More »

  • Aidan O’Brien could bring 5 horses to Melb

    Champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien has put five horses into quarantine ahead of the Melbourne spring carnival. O’Brien won last year’s Cox Plate with the Coolmore-owned Adelaide but has not had a Melbourne Cup runner for seven years. The stable’s three Cup entrants – Kingfisher, Order Of St George and… Read More »

  • American Pharoah in strong work-out

    Triple Crown champion American Pharoah has had his first official work-out since finishing second in the Travers Stakes last month. The three-year-old colt has galloped a half-mile (800m) in 49.80 seconds at Santa Anita where he is based in the stable of trainer Bob Baffert. Jockey Martin Garcia, who handles… Read More »

  • Roger Varian rules Postponed out of Arc

    Postponed has been ruled out of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe ahead of his imminent arrival at Roger Varian’s yard. The winner of the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot in July before following up in the Prix Foy earlier this month, Postponed has featured in… Read More »

  • Victoria Pendleton in second race ride

    Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton continues her partnership with Royal Etiquette as she bids to go one better on her second competitive start as a jockey. Pendleton, 34, went close to making a winning debut on the Lawney Hill-trained eight-year-old at Ripon last month when her horse was beaten just… Read More »

  • John Gosden on Arc weather watch

    John Gosden will assess the likely weather conditions before determining which races he will target with stable stars Golden Horn and Jack Hobbs. Both are prominent in markets for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, but if the ground is soft at Longchamp, Gosden admits he will not be keen… Read More »

  • Gailo Chop wins Cox Plate lead-up

    Gailo Chop has confirmed he is on track for the Cox Plate with his win in the Group Three La Couple de Maisons-Laffitte. Trained by Antoine de Watrigant for Australia’s OTI Racing, Gailo Chop was a comprehensive winner over Al Waab and Ectot, making amends for his unplaced run in… Read More »

  • Cumani devastated by loss of horses

    Luca Cumani says Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum’s decision to remove all his horses from his stable, including King George winner Postponed, is devastating. The Newmarket trainer has been enjoying a good season with the yellow and black silks including Connecticut’s recent win in the Bosphorus Cup in Turkey and… Read More »

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