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Horse Racing News from Around The World

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  • Bondi Beach ready for Navan test

    Trainer Aidan O’Brien is following a tried-and-tested route towards the Ascot Gold Cup with Bondi Beach who contests the Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan. The Galileo colt, part-owned by Australian Lloyd Williams, was briefly the winner of the St Leger winner last season. Having finished just behind Simple Verse at… Read More »

     
  • The Frankel legend continues with Cunco

    The unbeaten Frankel has carried that form into his stallion career with his first-born son Cunco a debut winner at Newbury. Frankel was retired to stud in 2012 as one of the all-time greats, having won all his 14 starts for the late trainer, Sir Henry Cecil, including 10 at… Read More »

     
  • Hong Kong’s Chadwick to ride in Singapore

    Former champion Hong Kong apprentice Matthew Chadwick is to join the Singapore riding ranks on a short-term licence. He has been granted a licence to ride during the Hong Kong racing season break from July 14 to August 21, dependant on being granted a work permit. Chadwick, who has had… Read More »

     
  • Cunco first foal by Frankel to race

    Cunco will break new ground at Newbury when he becomes the first offspring produced by champion Frankel to race. The John Gosden-trained two-year-old colt will contest the second division of a 1200m maiden on Friday (Saturday AEST) at Newbury. Frankel was unbeaten in 14 starts, 10 at Group One level… Read More »

     
  • Willie Mullins to have first US runners

    Champion Irish jumps trainer Willie Mullins will have his first runners in the United States when Nichols Canyon and Shaneshill run in the Iroquois Hurdle. Mullins has travelled flat horses as far as Australia, most notably last year’s Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite. Any horse which can win Saturday’s Grade… Read More »

     
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  • Galileo Gold to retain Derby option

    Galileo Gold could still run in the Epsom Derby despite genetic tests pointing to a lack of staying ability. A decision will not be made until after the colt attempts to add the Irish 2000 Guineas on Saturday week to his victory in the English equivalent. Trainer Hugo Palmer had… Read More »

     
  • Solow out of Queen Anne Stakes defence

    French star Solow has been ruled out of a defence of his Queen Anne Stakes title at Royal Ascot. The winner of five Group One races last season, Solow has not recovered from an injury to a hind leg which kept him out of the Dubai World Cup meeting in… Read More »

     
  • Chinese investor reaching for the sky

    One of China’s most successful pigeon racers is turning his attention to a much larger athlete with Chengke Sun buying a Tavistock colt at the NZ Weanling Sale. Sun paid $100,000 for his first thoroughbred investment which could be considered cheap given he had previously outlaid $400,000 for a competition… Read More »

     
  • Vancouver set for Irish debut

    Australian colt Vancouver could make his northern hemisphere debut in a Group Two race at the Curragh ahead of a tilt at the Diamond Jubilee Stakes. Trainer Aidan O’Brien said the Greenlands Stakes (1200m) on Saturday week was among the options for last year’s Golden Slipper winner before next month’s… Read More »

     
  • It’s Now Or Never for rejuvenated Fallon

    Now Or Never has given jockey Kieren Fallon his first European Group win in two years with her impressive performance in the 1000 Guineas trial at Leopardstown. The Michael O’Callaghan-trained filly took up the running at the top of the straight to run out a comfortable winner of the Group… Read More »

     
  • Nyquist, Exaggerator to meet in Preakness

    The top two finishers in the Kentucky Derby are on track for a rematch in the Preakness Stakes after pulling up well from the race. The winner Nyquist could not be doing better, his trainer Doug O’Neill said after checking the colt in the early hours of Sunday (Monday AEST)…. Read More »

     
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