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International Horse Racing

  • Fahey hoping for perfect Bassett prep

    Richard Fahey is praying for a trouble-free run for the next month to allow his stable star Wootton Bassett to make it to Newmarket to contest the 2000 Guineas.

     
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  • Ground key to Long Run

    Connections of Long Run will keep a close eye on ground conditions before deciding whether the Cheltenham Gold Cup hero will run again this spring.

     
  • Frontieres up for the Cup

    Sans Frontieres is set to make his first appearance of the Flat season in the Yorkshire Cup in May.

     
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  • Presvis wins Dubai Duty Free

    Luca Cumani was left fighting back the tears as Presvis finally came good in the Dubai Duty Free under the floodlights at Meydan.

     
  • Rocket Man wins Golden Shaheen

    Buoyed by Rocket Man’s success in the Golden Shaheen, trainer Patrick Shaw has forecast a clash with Black Caviar – but only if the price is right.

     
  • Emotional victory for Japan in Dubai

    Japan’s Victoire Pisa has won the Dubai World Cup overtaking Transcend to win the world’s richest horse race and offer hope to a country struggling to recover from twin disasters.

     
  • Victoria Pisa wins 2011 Duabi World Cup

    Victoire Pisa led home a Japanese 1-2 in the world’s richest horse race, the Dubai World Cup, at the Meydan racecourse on Saturday with Transcend finishing second in an emotional victory coming in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami disaster that struck the country.

     
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  • Hall’s well with Wigmore

    Wigmore Hall made a good impression on Michael Bell as the trainer returned to Dubai to supervise the four-year-old gelding for Saturday’s Dubai Duty Free at Meydan.

     
  • Sole powered up for Sprint

    Irish trainer Edward Lynam cannot wait to get his shock Nunthorpe Stakes winner Sole Power back on the track in the Al Quoz Sprint, the opener on Dubai World Cup night at Meydan on Saturday.

     
  • De Kock duo to atone for Bold blow

    Mike de Kock is looking to Musir and Golden Sword to give him a first success in the Dubai World Cup following the forced withdrawal of Bold Silvano.

     
  • Presvis pleases in final work

    Luca Cumani’s Presvis completed his preparations for Saturday’s Dubai Duty Free with a workout at Meydan on Monday morning.

     
 
 
 
 
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