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International Horse Racing

  • Damion Flower buys filly at Saratoga

    Prominent Australian owner Damion Flower has paid $285,000 for a Scat Daddy yearling filly at the Fasig Tipton sale at Saratoga. Flower and his trainer Gerald Ryan will return to Sydney from New York later this week but the filly out of Me And Miss Jones will stay in the… Read More »

     
  • Paul Carberry retires with injury

    Dual champion Irish jumps jockey Paul Carberry has been forced into retirement because of an ongoing issue with a leg injury. Carberry won the 1999 Grand National on Bobbyjo and was a 14-time winner at the famous Cheltenham festival. The 42-year-old has not ridden competitively since he fractured his left… Read More »

     
  • Tom Ryan to ride in the NZ GN Hurdle

    Melbourne-based Irish jockey Tom Ryan will ride at the New Zealand Grand National Hurdle meeting before beginning a suspension. Ryan was suspended at Sandown on Sunday for careless riding aboard Gold A Plenty in the Crisp Steeplechase. Gold A Plenty fell later in the race, one of four horses not… Read More »

     
  • Al Shaqab removes horses from Head-Maarek

    Al Shaqab Racing has left the door open for Criquette Head-Maarek to train its runners in the future despite removing three horses from her yard. In an interview with Paris Turf over the weekend, the Chantilly-based trainer suggested her gender may have been a factor in the racing operation’s decision… Read More »

     
  • Gold-Fun dies after fall in France

    Gold-Fun dies after fall in France

    Hong Kong sprinter Gold-Fun has suffered a fatal injury in the Group One Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville. A triple Group One winner in Hong Kong, the Richard Gibson-trained Gold-Fun finished second in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot before going to France. He came down less than… Read More »

     
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  • Gavin Lerena stars in Shergar Cup

    South African jockey Gavin Lerena has played a starring role with a double to help the Rest of the World team to victory in the Shergar Cup at Ascot. In a competition that went down to the wire, the trio captained by champion jockey Silvestre De Sousa ended the afternoon… Read More »

     
  • Dettori eyeing 3000th win in Britain

    Jockey Frankie Dettori heads to Ascot needing two winners to reach 3000 in Britain. Dettori came away from Newmarket with one winner on Friday (Saturday AEST) aboard Hollywood Road. Dettori was in flying dismount mood afterwards and keeping his fingers crossed he hits the landmark at Ascot in the Shergar… Read More »

     
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  • Ryan Moore has confirmed a short absence

    Ryan Moore has confirmed he is taking a short break from riding to rest with Silvestre de Sousa firming to defend his British champion jockey title. Moore says he has been advised by a specialist to have “complete rest” having been “a bit sore for the last couple of weeks”…. Read More »

     
  • Bondi Beach third on his return

    Melbourne Cup aspirant Bondi Beach has had to settle for third on his return in a Group Three race at Leopardstown. Last year’s St Leger runner-up, Bondi Beach was the 5-4 favourite for the Ballyroan Stakes (2400m) despite giving weight to all his rivals, and was far from disgraced at… Read More »

     
  • Order Of St George entered for Ascot

    Melbourne Cup favourite Order Of St George is among 63 entries for the Long Distance Cup on Champions day at Ascot. The meeting on October 15 is the richest race day in Britain with STG4 million ($A7.02 million) on offer. Last year’s Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite is also among… Read More »

     
  • Trainer could challenge 8 year ban

    Former Godolphin trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni has instructed his solicitors to investigate the soundness of the eight-year ban imposed on him by the British Horseracing Authority. Al Zarooni was found guilty of administering anabolic steroids to 15 horses in his care at a BHA hearing three years ago and admitted… Read More »

     
  • Mystery over Ryan Moore injury

    Mystery over Ryan Moore injury

    Bookmakers have suspended betting on the British jockeys’ championship amid concerns Ryan Moore is carrying an injury. Ladbrokes reported a flurry of bets on defending titleholder Silvestre de Sousa as it emerged Moore was to spend time this week on holiday with his family in Portugal. He was due to… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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