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  • Double triumph for Japan in Dubai

    Japanese horses have dominated the two main support races on the Dubai World Cup program at Meydan. Dual Japan Cup champion Gentildonna was a narrow winner in the 2400m $US5 million ($A5.41 million) Group One Dubai Sheema Classic and Just A Way demolished the quality field at the $5 million… Read More »

  • African Story wins $US10m Dubai World Cup

    African Story swooped on front-running Mukhadram to win the 19th renewal of the $US10 million Dubai World Cup, in the process breaking the track record with his winning time of 2min 01.61 sec. Tracking front-running Mukhadram throughout, winning jockey Silvestre De Sousa asked African Story for his effort with 400… Read More »

  • Maximum field for Dubai World Cup

    A cosmopolitan gathering of horses from seven different countries will contest the $US10 million ($A10.83 million) Emirates Dubai World Cup at Meydan. A maximum 16-runner field has assembled for one of the most open events in the 19-year history of the world’s richest race. Ruler Of The World, trained in… Read More »

  • Long John primed for UAE Derby

    Star jockey Mickael Barzalona has declared Caulfield Guineas winner Long John his best chance of success on World Cup night in Dubai. Formerly trained in Australia by Peter Snowden, Long John runs in the Group Two UAE Derby (1900m) after a dominant last-start win in the UAE 2000 Guineas, his… Read More »

  • National fever bubbling for Tindall

    Rugby union ace Mike Tindall is looking forward to his first Grand National experience with Monbeg Dude at Aintree. The former England star famously bought the horse on impulse in January 2010 and his snap decision has already reaped rich reward, with victory in last season’s Welsh National. But part-owner… Read More »

  • Wide draw for Ruler in World Cup

    English Derby winner Ruler Of The World will have to defy barrier 12 if he is to win the Dubai World Cup at Meydan on Saturday, when he will be sporting new colours. Al Shaqab Racing has purchased a 50 per cent share in the horse and he will race… Read More »

  • Trainer thrilled with Treve workout

    Champion filly Treve has delighted her trainer Criquette Head-Maarek ahead of her eagerly anticipated return to action in the Prix Ganay. The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner was the world’s equal top rated horse of 2013 alongside Australian champion Black Caviar. She stretched her unbeaten record to five with… Read More »

  • Asmussen investigated for racehorse abuse

    Steve Asmussen has sacked his assistant trainer Scott Blasi in the wake of allegations of mistreatment of horses in the stable. Authorities in New York and Kentucky launched an investigation last week after People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) provided video evidence from an undercover investigation of Asmussen… Read More »

  • Waley-Cohen keen on Long Run at Aintree

    Jockey Sam Waley-Cohen believes Long Run’s class will come to the fore when he tackles the unique Aintree fences in the Grand National. The amateur rider already has the 2011 Cheltenham Gold Cup on his resume courtesy of Long Run and while the horse has not been as impressive as… Read More »

  • Philip Fenton hearing adjourned again

    Irish trainer Philip Fenton will have to wait at least another several weeks to defend himself against charges of possession of steroids. The 49-year-old sat by himself at the back of the district court in County Tipperary on Thursday as lawyers pleaded for more time to deal with submissions in… Read More »

  • British jockey banned for six months

    British jockey Pat Cosgrave has been banned for six months for improper riding in a race in Dubai. The 31-year-old, who rode Society Rock to win the 2011 Golden Jubilee at Royal Ascot, was aboard third-placed Anaerobio in the Group One Jebel Hatta at Meydan on March 8. Cosgrave set… Read More »

  • Injury ends Seabass National dream

    Seabass has been withdrawn from the Grand National after suffering a serious injury on Monday. Trained by Ted Walsh and ridden by his daughter, Katie, Seabass was third at Aintree in 2012 and went off the 11-2 favourite last year only to finish 13th. The 11-year-old finished last in his… Read More »

  • Local bookies cleaned out by Lord’s win

    Bookmakers close to Jim Culloty’s stables in County Cork are still counting the cost of Lord Windermere’s victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The betting shop in nearby Churchtown had no time to replenish the coffers after being hit by the trainer’s success with 12-1 shot Spring Heeled in Thursday’s… Read More »

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