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  • Kentucky Derby favourite Omaha Beach scratched

    Pre-post favourite Omaha Beach has been scratched from the Kentucky Derby because of a breathing problem. The Richard Mandella-trained colt, who was the 4-1 early favourite for the Derby on Saturday (Sunday AEST) galloped on Wednesday morning without any problem. That changed by late afternoon when Omaha Beach was found… Read More »

  • Irish jockey legend Ruby Walsh retires

    Irish jump jockey great Ruby Walsh has announced his retirement from the saddle after winning the Coral Punchestown Gold Cup on Kemboy. The 39-year-old decided to end his brilliant career in the saddle following a two-length victory aboard Willie Mullins’ charge in the Grade One event. Walsh was seen to… Read More »

  • Kentucky Derby favourite draws wide

    Kentucky Derby favourite Omaha Beach has drawn barrier 12 of 20 for the famous Run To The Roses with second elect Game Winner in 16. Their respective trainers Richard Mandella and Bob Baffert were both relieved not to have drawn close to the rail which has traditionally been a stumbling… Read More »

  • O’Brien/Williams win Vintage Crop Stakes

    The Lloyd Williams-owned Master Of Reality has caused an upset to win the Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan and set up a tilt at the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. Master Of Reality is trained by Joseph O’Brien who combined with Williams to win the 2017 Melbourne Cup with Rekindling…. Read More »

  • Douglas Whyte learns new training craft

    Retired Hong Kong champion jockey Douglas Whyte has been kept busy putting the finishing touches to his new trade since he hung up his saddle. The 13-time champion jockey begins the new racing season in Hong Kong as a trainer and has spent the past couple of months learning the… Read More »

  • Jumper Altior stars again at Sandown

    Altior has claimed a record 19 jumps wins in succession with victory under Nico de Boinville in the Celebration Chase at Sandown on the final day of the National Hunt season. After watching the Patricia Pugh-owned gelding win the Grade One prize for the third time as the 1-6 favourite,… Read More »

  • 26/4/2019 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Singapore

    Singapore will host another Friday night meeting at Kranji racecourse in what looks to be another good betting meeting as we head into a big weekend of racing. View our Singapore tips and bets. Race One: 6 Paperback Trooper Race Two: 10 Howl Race Three: 12 Big Hearted Race Four:… Read More »

  • Cape Of Good Hope wins Derby Trial

    Cape Of Good Hope has boosted his chances in the Epsom Derby by winning the Listed Trial Stakes. Twice placed at Group level last season, the full-brother to multiple Group One winner Highland Reel, made a triumphant return with his win over a mile-and-a-quarter (2000m). After being settled near the… Read More »

  • First Irish Grand National Steeplechase for Willie Mullins

    Champion trainer Willie Mullins has broken his Irish Grand National Steeplechase hoodoo as Burrows Saint led home a one-two-three for the stable at Fairyhouse. The well-backed 6-1 favourite was given a confident ride by Ruby Walsh to lift the first prize from Isleofhopendreams and Acapella Bourgeois. Mullins, who also landed… Read More »

  • 22/4/2019 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Ten races will be run and won at Sha Tin this Monday, where the feature race is the Hong Kong Lions Cup (1000m), headlined by the second career start of boom horse Voyage Warrior. Race One: 2 Great Treasure Race Two: 2 Majestic Endeavour Race Three: 5 Buddies Race Four:… Read More »

  • Maven first US winner for American Pharoah

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah has produced his first North American winner with Maven successful at Aqueduct Racetrack in New York. The colt, trained by Wesley Ward, went to the post as the odds-on favourite for the 900m-maiden and led from the outset. His win on Friday (Saturday AEST) came… Read More »

  • Too Darn Hot to miss 2000 Guineas

    Ten Sovereigns is the new favourite for the 2000 Guineas following the withdrawal of Too Darn Hot from the colts’ Classic at Newmarket. Too Darn Hot had headed the market throughout the winter for the Guineas on May 4 after going through his juvenile campaign unbeaten and being crowned champion… Read More »

  • US racing set to phase out race-day Lasix use

    As you wake this morning, startling and worldwide horse racing news has just broken in the U.S. A coalition of race track owners in the United States have released statement saying they will phase out Lasix from 2YO racing , and by the end of 2020 all Black Type races… Read More »

  • Charlie Fellowes buys historic Bedford House

    Trainer Charlie Fellowes has announced he has bought Bedford House Stables in Newmarket. The historic yard had been the home of Luca Cumani since 1976, but following his retirement from training at the end of last season, Fellowes will now be the new occupant. Fellowes has risen to prominence partly… Read More »

  • Latrobe third in first run for the year

    The Lloyd Williams-owned Irish Derby winner and Mackinnon Stakes runner-up Latrobe has run third in his first start for the year in the Group Three Alleged Stakes at Naas. The race was won by the Aidan O’Brien-trained Magical, winner of the Group One British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes at… Read More »

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