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International Horse Racing

  • Deirdre wins Nassau Stakes for Japan

    Deirdre has come from off the pace to win the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood and record a historic success for Japanese trainer Mitsuru Hashida. Settled back in the field by Oisin Murphy as Mehdaayih and Hermosa set a stiff gallop, the five-year-old was strong at the end of the 2000m…. Read More »

  • Too Darn Hot takes out Sussex Stakes at Goodwood

    Too Darn Hot sealed his resurgence with victory in the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood. Frankie Dettori continued his brilliant season with a confident ride on the John Gosden-trained three-year-old, who was sent off the even-money favourite for the mile prize. Main market rival Circus Maximus kicked for home inside the… Read More »

  • 1/8/2019 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Woodbine

    Ric Chapman, who following 6 winners from the 8 races which included 2 x trifectas last week at Woodbine, is hoping to continue that winning form here for the Thursday morning Woodbine meet out of Canada. Good luck. Race 1 1700m Turf – App 8:45am Small, compact field here and… Read More »

  • Cross Counter runs third to Stradivarius

    Stradivarius has strengthened his grip on the European staying division with a third successive victory in the Goodwood Cup in which Melbourne Cup winner Cross Counter finished third. The John Gosden-trained Stradivarius enjoyed a faultless campaign in 2018 – winning the Yorkshire Cup, the Gold Cup, the Goodwood Cup and… Read More »

  • Champion stallion Deep Impact dies in Japan

    Champion Japanese stallion Deep Impact is reported to have died aged 17. The leading light at Shadai Stallion Station, Deep Impact was euthanised after he suffered a cervical fracture which made it impossible for him to stand. He was withdrawn from stud duties earlier this year because of a neck… Read More »

  • Roaring Lion undergoes colic surgery

    Roaring Lion has undergone surgery for colic in New Zealand where he was due to stand at Cambridge Stud this season. Henry Plumptre, chief executive of Cambridge Stud, said the horse had been admitted to Cambridge Equine Veterinary Hospital early on Saturday morning, just 15 minutes after leaving quarantine where… Read More »

  • Enable digs deep for second King George

    Enable has had to call on all her reserves to fight off Crystal Ocean and become only the third dual winner of the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Sent off the 8-15 favourite for the Ascot showpiece, the John Gosden-trained mare found herself trapped wider than ideal through… Read More »

  • Just Hubert takes another Melbourne Cup step

    A long-range bid for the Melbourne Cup has moved a step closer for Just Hubert, winner of the Young Stayers Handicap at Sandown. A son of 2011 Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden, three-year-old Just Hubert is being targeted at next year’s running of Australia’s most famous race. The William Muir-trained Just… Read More »

  • 25/7/2019 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Woodbine

    Ric Chapman takes us through every race on the Thursday morning Woodbine card and finds these are the best chances in each event. Good luck folks. Race 1 2000m Turf – 8.45am Dual acceptors work in any racing jurisdiction and HOLYANNA fits that bill here. She was entered in a… Read More »

  • G1 winning filly dies of colic

    Trainer William Haggas has paid tribute to Classic-winning filly Sea Of Class who has succumbed to colic. Last year’s Irish Oaks winner underwent surgery after being struck down with the life-threatening illness two weeks ago. Despite the best possible care, her condition deteriorated on Monday morning. “She was a marvellous… Read More »

  • New Zealand involvement in Mongolian racing

    New Zealanders Des Friedrich and Robbie Hewetson have been employed in senior positions at a new state-of-the-art racecourse in Inner Mongolia’s capital Hohhot. Friedrich, an experienced thoroughbred administrator, will be the chief executive and former assistant trainer Hewetson the senior racing steward at the facility which was officially opened at… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup contender returns in style at Newbury

    One-time Melbourne Cup favourite Withhold has made a triumphant return to racing to win the Marsh Cup at Newbury. The Roger Charlton-trained stayer bled during last year’s Geelong Cup in which he was favourite and missed his chance at Flemington and has also since undergone wind surgery. Jason Watson set… Read More »

  • Maximum Security wins $1 million Haskell Invitational

    Maximum Security has captured the $1 million Haskell Invitational and, unlike the Kentucky Derby, survived a steward’s inquiry. His win at Monmouth capped a long day which included a major delay triggered by intense heat and safety concerns for the horses and riders, leading to the cancellation of six races…. Read More »

  • Star Catcher takes out Irish Oaks

    Frankie Dettori has produced another front-running masterclass aboard Star Catcher to record a fifth win this century in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh. Dettori was able to dictate the pace virtually from the outset Star Catcher who is trained by John Gosden and owned by Anthony Oppenheimer. Quickening three… Read More »

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