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International Horse Racing

  • Vancouver to miss Greenlands Stakes

    Vancouver’s first northern hemisphere start has been delayed with last year’s Golden Slipper winner to miss the Greenlands Stakes. The colt had been scheduled to run in the Group Two sprint on Saturday (Sunday AEST) at the Curragh but trainer Aidan O’Brien said his blood count was unsatisfactory. O’Brien still… Read More »

  • 21/5/2016 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Goodwood

    Seven races have been set down for Goodwood on Saturday, with blacktype racing right across the meeting.   BONUS #1: $501 FREE BET BONUS at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS #2: $500 FREE BET BONUS at Ladbrokes.com.au BIG BONUS #3: Deposit $500 BET with $1000 at CrownBet.com.au   Race One: 1 Battallion Race… Read More »

  • Ladbrokes, Coral may have to offload shops

    Ladbrokes and Coral may have to offload 350 to 400 high street stores as a condition of their proposed STG2.3 billion ($A4.65 billion) merger, the Competition and Markets Authority has said. The CMA found the merger could “result in a substantial loss of competition” in the gambling market. “We’ve provisionally… Read More »

  • Exaggerator ready for Round 5 with Nyquist

    In four attempts, Exaggerator has yet to get past Nyquist but his trainer Keith Desormeaux is prepared to try again in the Preakness Stakes. Exaggerator has narrowed his losing margin against Nyquist in each race, finishing 1-1/4 lengths behind in the Kentucky Derby. A determined Desormeaux keeps trying to convince… Read More »

  • Protectionist nearing a race return

    Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist is nearing a return to racing for German trainer Andreas Wohler. The six-year-old stayed in Australia with trainer Kris Lees after winning the 2014 Melbourne Cup. He was sent back to Wohler after a disappointing campaign last year when he was diagnosed with bone bruising. “He… Read More »

  • Derby winner Nyquist draws gate three

    Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will start from gate three as the overwhelming favourite in the 11-horse field for the Preakness Stakes. Unbeaten in eight races, Nyquist was installed the 3-5 favourite after the draw on Wednesday (Thursday AEST). Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert, who will saddle rival Collected, says… Read More »

  • Distances to be remeasured at new track

    The distances at Britain’s newest racecourse will be remeasured following the fast times recorded at the first meeting on Newcastle’s all-weather Tapeta track. The BHA’s timing expert Simon Rowlands said the times for some races including the feature seven-furlong (abt 1400m) race seemed too quick. “All the races other than… Read More »

  • Midterm in race against time for Derby

    Former Epsom Derby favourite Midterm is in doubt for the Classic with a sore hamstring. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained colt disappointed connections when fifth in the Dante and has eased to 14-1 for next month’s Derby. “He’s got a sore hamstring. Obviously, we’re looking at that,” Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager… Read More »

  • Field of 11 expected for Preakness Stakes

    Kentucky Derby third placegetter Gun Runner will miss the Preakness Stakes, leaving a likely field of 11 for the middle leg of the Triple Crown at Pimlico. Gun Runner would have been the third choice in the Preakness. His absence tightens the focus on Nyquist and Exaggerator, the top two… Read More »

  • So Mi Dar out of Epsom Oaks with lameness

    Leading Epsom Oaks contender So Mi Dar has been ruled out of the Classic with mild lameness. Trainer John Gosden said the problem was not serious but was enough to put her out of the Oaks on June 3. She had been as short as 5-2 to challenge the Aidan… Read More »

  • Derby shake-up as The Gurkha wins G1

    The Gurkha has been slashed in markets for the Epsom Derby following his impressive win in the French 2000 Guineas, the Poule d’Essai des Poulains at Deauville. The winner of a Navan maiden just four weeks earlier, the Galileo colt continued his dramatic progression by dominating his opposition on Sunday…. Read More »

  • Bondi Beach wins Vintage Crop Stakes

    Bondi Beach has continued his campaign towards the Ascot Gold Cup and Melbourne Cup with a Group Three victory at Navan. But the four-year-old, part-owned by Australian Lloyd Williams, was made to work harder than his odds-on quote suggested to win Sunday’s Vintage Crop Stakes (2800m). Last year’s St Leger… Read More »

  • Willie Mullins out of luck in America

    Irish trainer Willie Mullins’ hopes of a first American victory in the Iroquois Hurdle have been dashed by a horse formerly from his homeland. The Mullins-trained Shaneshill and Nichols Canyon finished second and third respectively behind Rawnaq in the $US200,000 ($A275,235) in Nashville. Rawnaq, ridden by Jack Doyle, was a… Read More »


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