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  • Litigant lays down the law in Ebor

    Litigant has caused an upset in the famous Ebor Handicap at York, beating possible Melbourne Cup contender Wicklow Brave. The seven-year-old Litigant was having his first start for trainer Joe Tuite and was ridden by Oisin Murphy in the 2800m event. Since spending two months in Melbourne as an apprentice… Read More »

     
  • Big Orange out to cement Melbourne trip

    Melbourne Cup hopeful Big Orange will attempt to continue his winning form with a third stakes victory this season in the Lonsdale Cup at York. Despite being beaten out of sight on his first two starts this season, the four-year-old has since looked a reformed character, winning the Princess of… Read More »

     
  • Arabian Queen stuns Horn in Juddmonte

    Australian representative Criterion has finished out of the money in the Juddmonte International with Arabian Queen causing a major upset by beating Golden Horn in the feature at York. The 50-1 shot answered everything asked of her by jockey Silvestre de Sousa to claim a shock victory in the Group… Read More »

     
  • A field of eight for Juddmonte

    A field of eight including Australian horse Criterion has been declared for the Juddmonte International Stakes at York. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained Criterion will start from barrier six in Wednesday’s Group One feature billed as a match-race between the unbeaten Golden Horn and dual Guineas winner Gleneagles. Golden… Read More »

     
  • Triple Crown winner works at Del Mar

    Triple Crown champion American Pharoah has had a working gallop at Del Mar under the watchful eye of trainer Bob Baffert and owner Ahmed Zayat. The three-year-old colt was timed in 47.60 seconds for the half mile (800m) under work rider Martin Garcia on Sunday (Monday AEST). It was the… Read More »

     
  • Options open for G1 placed Sagaronne

    Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds is keeping his options open for Sagaronne and may head straight to Sydney or Melbourne with the classy three-year-old filly. Sagaronne showed she was up to top company when second to Press Statement in the Group One J J Atkins (1600m) at her most recent… Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux third at Newbury

    Three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux has shown it is all-systems-go for his next trip to Australia with a fine third in the Group Three Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury. The winner, Agent Murphy, is likely to head to the Irish St Leger while Red Cadeaux will make his sixth… Read More »

     
  • Highland Reel wins Secretariat Stakes

    Cox Plate entry Highland Reel has run out a brilliant all-the-way winner of the Secretariat Stakes at Arlington for champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien and Seamie Heffernan. The Australian Bloodstock-owned Goldstream finished fourth for Sydney jockey Brenton Avdulla but was no match for Highland Reel who emulated the O’Brien-trained Adelaide… Read More »

     
  • French weather the key for Arod

    Trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam is still hoping the weather in France will clear so leading Cox Plate contender Arod can take his place in the Prix Jaques le Marois at Deauville. Chapple-Hyam’s stable star is still in contention for Sunday’s Group One in France but he needs good ground to be… Read More »

     
  • Gleneagles to join Juddmonte line-up

    Australian horse Criterion will have formidable opposition in the Juddmonte International with Gleneagles to join the line-up which already includes the unbeaten Golden Horn. Trainer Aidan O’Brien has confirmed dual Guineas winner Gleneagles will miss this weekend’s Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville because of the predicted wet ground and… Read More »

     
  • Gordon sets himself up for Haydock

    World traveller Gordon Lord Byron will bid to regain his crown in the Sprint Cup at Haydock following Group One placing in France. The seven-year-old Irish horse proved he was as good as ever in the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville, finishing just a length third to this season’s… Read More »

     
  • Muhaarar wins Prix Maurice de Gheest

    Muhaarar has sealed the his place as Europe’s top sprinter by adding the Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville to his Group One wins in the Commonwealth Cup and July Cup. The Charlie Hills-trained colt overpowered Esoterique and Gordon Lord Byron to win Sunday’s race by half a length. Hills… Read More »

     
  • Rest of the World team third in Shergar

    After a good start to the Shergar Cup, the Rest of the World featuring Australian riders Kerrin McEvoy and Blake Shinn has had to settle for third place in the team event at Ascot. The jockeys’ series was won by the womens’ team with apprentice Sammy Jo Bell taking the… Read More »

     
  • Cirrus Des Aigles could return in Ireland

    French star Cirrus Des Aigles could have a first run in Ireland ahead of his the Champion Stakes at Ascot. Corine Barande-Barbe’s decorated nine-year-old is close to a return from injury, with the Group One Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown on September 12 identified as a comeback date. Should all… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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