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  • Charlatan, Nadal for Baffert in Arkansas

    Trainer Bob Baffert has won both divisions of the Arkansas Derby with Charlatan and Nadal who have each earned maximum points towards the Kentucky Derby. The 1800m-race was run at Oaklawn on the day the Kentucky Derby would normally have been held. It has been pushed back to September 5… Read More »

  • Watch: Secretariat wins the virtual Kentucky Derby

    Secretariat has won the virtual Kentucky Derby against 12 fellow Triple Crown winners, 47 years after the chestnut colt won the real race at Churchill Downs. The 1-1/4-mile (2000m) race featuring computer-generated imagery was held on Saturday (Sunday AEST), the same day the 146th Derby had been scheduled until it… Read More »

  • Racings restart in Germany delayed

    Plans to restart racing in Germany have been delayed with the opening eight-race card at Dortmund postponed. Racing has been on hold since March because of the coronavirus outbreak, but authorities had hoped to restart the sport with a six-week program of races announced, with no spectators and strict hygiene… Read More »

  • British unveils plans for a return to racing

    Two bumper weekends of Classic trials could take place at the end of May under the “best-case scenario” planning for the resumption of racing. The British Horseracing Authority has been developing a provisional fixture list to ensure the sport is ready to restart when approved after being on hold since… Read More »

  • Secretariat favourite to win virtual Kentucky Derby

    Secretariat is the 7-2 favourite for the virtual Kentucky Derby, an animated race featuring all 13 Triple Crown winners on the day the Derby would have been held before the coronavirus pandemic forced its postponement. The virtual Derby will use computer-generated imagery of the 13 horses running the 1-1/4-mile (2000m)… Read More »

  • Provisional fixture list being prepared

    An initial program for the first seven days of racing when the sport eventually resumes in Britain is set to be published. The last meetings to take place were at Wetherby and Taunton on March 17, both behind closed doors. No date has yet been set for a resumption, and… Read More »

  • Churchill Downs preparing for a return to racing

    Churchill Downs will open stables at the track and training centre in phases before races are run during its spring meeting without spectators. The historic track has postponed the Kentucky Derby from May 2 to Sept. 5 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will mark the first time since 1945… Read More »

  • Bob Baffert heads Arkansas Derby

    They say β€˜it’s unprecedented in American racing history’ that this 84th Arkansas Derby will again be run in two divisions, the first in 1960, with Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert having both race favourites. As 7/5 race favourite in Division 1 the unbeaten Bob Baffert trained Charlatan who has… Read More »

  • France hoping for an early racing return

    Racing is still on track to resume in France despite other professional sports remaining on hold for some months. The racing industry comes under the jurisdiction of France’s agriculture department not the sports ministry. French prime minister Edouard Philippe announced on Tuesday that because of the coronavirus pandemic, professional sport… Read More »

  • Champion European miler to stand in NZ

    New Zealand’s Haunui Farm will stand champion European miler Ribchester after calling time on the southern hemisphere career of his sire Iffraaj. Haunui’s Mark Chitty said 19-year-old Iffraaj had served the stud well for 12 years. “After lengthy discussions with the team from Darley, we have made the decision to… Read More »

  • New Zealand racing to begin training

    New Zealand trainer Stephen Marsh expects to welcome around 50 horses back to his Cambridge stable with the easing of lockdown restrictions. But he is concerned he may be forced across the Tasman if prize money is not sustainable when racing resumes. Under COVID-19 Alert level 4, all training and… Read More »

  • Southern Legend wins G1 Champions Mile

    Southern Legend has ruined Beauty Generation’s bid for a third Champions Mile at Sha Tin with a last-stride victory over Hong Kong’s Horse of the Year. The win on the Caspar Fownes-trained seven-year-old was a first at Group One level for home-grown jockey Vincent Ho who served his apprenticeship with… Read More »

  • Watch: Southern Legend beats Beauty Generation in humdinger

    The Caspar Fownes trained Southern Legend has worn down Champion Honk Kong horse Beauty Generation in what could only be disgribed as a cracking finish in the Champions Mile at Sha Tin. Beauty Generation was sent out as the red hot odds on favourite in the G1 Champions Mile at… Read More »

  • British riders considering return proposal

    Plans for the resumption of racing in Britain have met with a positive response from the Professional Jockeys Association, although it admits some participants could be in a for a frustrating time because of rider restrictions. A communication from the Resumption of Racing Group sent to trainers via the British… Read More »

  • NBC to televise virtual Kentucky Derby

    Horse racing fans who have debated whether Secretariat would have beaten Sir Barton, if Assault was faster than Affirmed, will get an answer of sorts soon. NBC will televise the virtual Kentucky Derby on May 2, the day this year’s Classic would have been run if not for the coronavirus… Read More »

  • NZ racing industry given the go ahead to resume

    The New Zealand racing industry has been given the go ahead to resume training, trialling and racing with the easing of the COVID-19 Alert level. From Tuesday, the level will go from a four to a three with many restrictions still in place. NZ Thoroughbred Racing plans to be back… Read More »

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