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International Horse Racing

  • Travelling Light shines in G1 Levin Classic

    Travelling Light has dealt with her male rivals in the Group One Levin Classic for three-year-olds at Trentham to give her trainer a first win at the highest level. Ben Foote, a former top jumps jockey in New Zealand, said he and jockey Sam Collett had discussed tactics which worked… Read More »

     
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  • Benbatl makes winning return at Meydan

    Multiple Group One winner Benbatl has outclassed his rivals on his return to action at Meydan in the Singspiel Stakes. Saeed bin Suroor’s stable star won the Dubai Turf, the Grosser Dallmayr Preis in Germany and Caulfield Stakes in Australia in a stellar 2018 which he rounded off with a… Read More »

     
  • International sprinting star dies suddenly

    In The United states overnight, many things happened. Mostly concerning the speech the President gave re the jet going down in Tehran and the strikes on Iraq. But also, quite quietly in the grand scheme of things, the sudden, impossibly unpredicted death of a US racing icon in X Y… Read More »

     
  • Lys Gracieux named Japanese champion horse

    Cox Plate winner Lys Gracieux has been named Japan’s Horse of the Year, receiving 271 votes from a possible 274. The mare won three Group One races in 2019, the Takarazuka Kinen, Cox Plate and Arima Kinen, all with Australian jockey Damian Lane aboard. Trained by Yoshito Yahagi, Lys Gracieux… Read More »

     
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  • Six winners for Oisin Murphy in Japan

    Champion British jockey Oisin Murphy has ridden a career-high six winners at Nakayama. Riding in Japan on a one-month contract, Murphy began his latest stay with two winners on Sunday before his six a day later. Murphy has had a successful association with Japanese racing, riding Deirdre to win the… Read More »

     
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  • Probabeel makes winning return in NZ

    Star New Zealand three-year-old filly Probabeel has proved a class above her age-group rivals, making a winning start to her summer campaign at Awapuni. Probabeel was backed as unbeatable on past performances which include a win in the Karaka Million 2YO (1200m) last season along with a runner-up finish to… Read More »

     
  • Tom Queally wins hurdle race at Tramore

    Frankel’s jockey Tom Queally has teamed up with his trainer father, Declan, for a win over hurdles on Owenacurra Lass at Tramore. Queally, who will forever be linked with superstar Frankel, was having his third ride over obstacles since taking out a National Hunt licence. With rides thin on the… Read More »

     
  • Julius caps remarkable comeback in G1 Railway

    Having been retired with a tendon injury, Julius has capped a remarkable comeback with a hard-fought Group One victory over Australian sprinter Winter Bride in the Railway at Ellerslie. The eight-year-old was retired 12 months ago and spent much of that time roaming the paddocks of a west coast sheep… Read More »

     
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  • Andrew Castles new CEO at Waikato club

    Andrew Castles has been appointed chief executive of the Waikato Racing Club replacing Ken Rutherford who is to assume the same role at Hawkesbury in NSW. Castles’ background includes 11 years as director of racing for the Auckland Racing Club, four years as secretary/manager of the Otaki-Maori Racing Club and… Read More »

     
  • Dawn Patrol looking for Railway Stakes win

    Respected New Zealand trainer Frank Ritchie came within a neck of Group One glory in the Zabeel Classic on the first day of the Ellerslie carnival and is looking to go one better in the Railway. Fiscal Fantasy ran second to True Enough in Thursday’s Zabeel (2000m) and Ritchie will… Read More »

     
  • Gun chaser Sizing John back after 733 days

    Star steeplechaser Sizing John will make his return to the races after an injury-enforced absence of two years when he runs in a hurdle at Punchestown. The 2017 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner takes on Willie Mullins-trained stablemates, Cesarewitch winner Stratum and Irish National winner Burrows Saints, over two miles 3-1/2… Read More »

     
  • Mike Smith rides 217th Grade 1 winner

    Mike Smith has ridden a record-breaking 217th Grade One winner on Omaha Beach in the Malibu Stakes at Santa Anita. Smith surpassed the mark set by retired Hall of Fame jockey Jerry Bailey to set a new mark for United States thoroughbred racing. “Jerry is someone that comes from my… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate winning trainer ends year with another G1

    Cox Plate-winning trainer Yoshito Yahagi has ended the year on a high with two-year-old Contrail taking out the Group One Hopeful Stakes at Nakayama. His win on Saturday came a week after the Yahagi-trained Lys Gracieux added the Grade One Arima Kinen to her Cox Plate. The Hopeful Stakes over… Read More »

     
  • Trainers Paul Nicholls and Nicky Henderson receive OBEs

    Two of Britain’s leading National Hunt trainers, Paul Nicholls and Nicky Henderson, have been recognised with OBEs in the New Year Honours list. The two have been responsible for many of the modern-day winners of all Britain’s highest-profile jumps races. Nicholls, 11-times champion trainer to Henderson’s five titles, exceeded 3000… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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