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  • US Triple Crown trainer Bob Baffert suspended

    Two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer Bob Baffert has been suspended for 15 days by Oaklawn Park stewards and two of his horses were disqualified in Arkansas after testing positive for a banned substance. The stewards said in a ruling that the Hall of Fame trainer’s suspension will run from August 1… Read More »

     
  • 15/7/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Happy Valley

    Nine races will be run and won at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, with this meeting concluding the Hong Kong racing season. Race One: 9 Great Smart Race Two: 4 Overscubscribed Race Three: 5 Amazing Race Four: 2 Party Together Race Five: 6 Kinda Cool Race Six: 9 Loriz Race… Read More »

     
  • UK racing salutes changing of the guard

    Cieren Fallon’s breakthrough Group One winner provided the opening chapter on a weekend which put jockeys young and old in the spotlight. Fallon, son of six-time champion Kieren, outdid his famous father by winning one of the few top-level races which evaded him in his remarkable career – as Roger… Read More »

     
  • Zac Purton wins fourth Hong Kong premiership

    Australian Zac Purton has wrapped up his fourth Hong Kong jockeys’ premiership and third in succession. There is one meeting remaining in the 2019-20 season in Hong Kong but Purton has an unassailable lead at the top of the premiership standings, leading Joao Moreira by seven wins. Moreira will sit… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Godolphin star Pinatubo bounces back

    Godolphin colt Pinatubo got back on the winning trail with a stylish victory in the Group One Prix Jean Prat at Deauville. Charlie Appleby’s stable star was crowned last season’s champion two-year-old after an unbeaten six-race campaign – and was unsurprisingly all the rage for last month’s 2000 Guineas. Pinatubo… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Cieren Fallon wins G1 July Cup on Oxted

    Cieren Fallon claimed a landmark first Group One success aboard Oxted in the Darley July Cup at Newmarket. Fallon, son of former champion Kieren, was the leading apprentice last season and was making his breakthrough at the highest level aboard the Roger Teal-trained victor. He made a bold move over… Read More »

     
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  • Watch: Nazeef wins in a thrilling G1 Falmouth Stakes

    Hot favourite Terebellum could finish only third as her stablemate Nazeef stole the show in the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket. Having gone down narrowly to Circus Maximus in a pulsating renewal of the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot last month, the John Gosden-trained Terebellum was all the… Read More »

     
  • Royal Ascot winners head the G1 July Cup field

    Royal Ascot winners Hello Youmzain and Golden Horde head a classy field of 13 for the Darley July Cup at Newmarket. Traditionally seen as the big midsummer sprinting target, Saturday’s renewal looks well up to scratch. Kevin Ryan’s Hello Youmzain was backing up his victory in last season’s Haydock Sprint… Read More »

     
  • Golden Horde headlines the July Cup field

    Trainer Clive Cox believes Golden Horde will be lining up in “a proper Group One” for the Darley July Cup at Newmarket. The three-year-old will clash with older horses for the first time in Saturday’s six-furlong feature, after making a victorious return to action in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal… Read More »

     
  • Damian Lane could win the Kentucky Derby

    This may be a long shot, or maybe not, but Australia’s Damian Lane could win the Gr 1 Kentucky Derby this year. Yep, I hear you laughing, but if the dominoes fall into place he could. This is how. Tomorrow he rides the $2.90 favourite CAFE PHAROAH (American Pharoah-Mary’s Follies)… Read More »

     
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  • French Derby runner-up to join David Hayes in HK

    British raider Mishriff provided John Gosden with his first victory in the Prix du Jockey Club. And it came at the expense of a three-year-old destined to join Australian trainer David Hayes’s Hong Kong stable. An impressive winner of the Listed Newmarket Stakes on his latest appearance, Mishriff was a… Read More »

     
  • OTI part-owned filly claims G2 Italian Oaks

    The winner of this year’s Italian Oaks has an Australian link with prominent syndicator OTI Racing recently securing a 50 per cent interest in Auyantepui. The Oaks was run in Milan on Sunday (Monday morning AEST) with Auyantepui remaining unbeaten from three starts in her first run since OTI were… Read More »

     
  • D.G. Grows the Breeders Cup

    In following-on from “D.G. Sets the Breeder’s Cup Bar” D.G., Daniel, Van Clief Jr. talks of growing the Breeders’ Cup World Championship into a world leader. D.G. Van Clief was bred and raised in thoroughbreds with his family conducting the successful Nydrie Stud in Esmont, Charlottesville in Virginia, the centre… Read More »

     
  • Zac Purton poised for a fourth HK premiership

    Zac Purton is all but assured of his fourth Hong Kong jockeys’ premiership after Joao Moreira incurred another suspension. Purton rode three winners to Moreira’s two on Sunday’s program at Sha Tin and the Australian rider holds a six-win lead over the Brazilian with only three meetings of the season… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Irish fillies dominate in G1 French Oaks

    Donnacha O’Brien’s Fancy Blue has led home an Irish one-two-three in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly. The former dual champion jockey only took out his training licence earlier this year, following in the footsteps of his father Aidan O’Brien – who completed the Derby and Oaks double at Epsom… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Ghaiyyath beats Enable in Eclipse Stakes

    Godolphin star Ghaiyyath wrested away Enable’s Eclipse Stakes crown with a relentless front-running victory at Sandown. Charlie Appleby’s remorseless galloper led after the first furlong and was never headed as he added his second successive Group One following last month’s success in the Coronation Cup at Newmarket. Three-time G1 winner!… Read More »

     
  • Vlad Duric looking forward to Singapore return

    As his fellow jockeys left Singapore to return to Australia following the closure of racing, leading jockey Vlad Duric decided to stay put. It was a tough decision after racing was halted in early April because it left Duric with no chance to earn an income and limited his opportunities… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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