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International Horse Racing

  • Arrogate wins $12 million Pegasus Cup

    Recently named the world’s best racehorse, Arrogate has won the world’s richest race, the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational in Florida while California Chrome has ended his career on a disappointing note. Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith piloted four-year-old Bob Baffert-trained Arrogate into the lead with a dominant… Read More »

     
  • Replay: Arrogate smashes rivals in Pegasus World Cup 2017

    View the replay of the innaugral Pegasus World Cup worth $12million US dollars. Replay: California Chrome was going backwards on the home turn sadly. Arrogate took no prisoners.(Video: @AtTheRaces)pic.twitter.com/j4hMVE0NQG — GetYourTipsOut (@GetYourTipsOut) January 28, 2017

     
  • GN winner Many Clouds dies after win

    Many Clouds, winner of the Grand National in 2015, has collapsed and died after lowering the colours of Thistlecrack in an upset result in the Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham. Having answered every call for jockey Leighton Aspell, the 8-1 winner, who got home by a head, collapsed after the winning… Read More »

     
  • Grand National winner dies after race

    Many Clouds, the winner of Britain’s 2015 Grand National, collapsed and died after winning a race at Cheltenham on Saturday. Having won the Cotswold Chase by a head, Many Clouds fell after the winning post and was treated by veterinary staff before his death was confirmed. “It’s just a tragic… Read More »

     
  • Another UAE trainer outed for cobalt

    A second Abu Dhabi trainer has been disqualified for two years for a cobalt offence. Jameel Salman pleaded guilty to racing a horse at Al Ain racecourse on December 2 with a concentration of cobalt exceeding the threshold of 100mcg per litre of urine. Earlier this month the Emirates Racing… Read More »

     
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  • Chrome named US Horse of the Year

    California Chrome has beaten Arrogate to be named United States Horse of the Year for a second time. The two will race each other in Sunday’s Pegasus Stakes, California Chrome’s final race before he goes to stud. Arrogate won the Eclipse Award as champion three-year-old while California Chrome was the… Read More »

     
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  • Apprentice to ride Heartbreak City

    Claiming apprentice Donagh Meyler has been given the opportunity aboard Melbourne Cup runner-up Heartbreak City for his return over hurdles at Leopardstown. Heartbreak City will make his first appearance since his narrow defeat in Melbourne when he runs as favourite in the Coral.ie Hurdle on Sunday. “Donagh is as good… Read More »

     
  • UAE trainer outed for 2 years for cobalt

    A trainer in the United Arab Emirates has been disqualified for two years for a cobalt offence. Majed Al Jahouri pleaded guilty to a charge of presenting and racing a horse at Al Ain in Abu Dhabi on November 18 which was subsequently found to have a cobalt level in… Read More »

     
  • British racing 2nd most attended sport

    Racing has regained its place as the second-best attended sport in Britain. In 2015, racing was third behind football and rugby, with the Rugby World Cup hosted in Britain that year, despite over six million people making a trip to the track. Last year more than 5.98 million people attended… Read More »

     
  • Heartbreak City favourite for jumps return

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Heartbreak City is the early favourite for his return in a handicap hurdle at Leopardstown. The Tony Martin-trained seven-year-old was just touched off by Almandan in the Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November having earlier won the Ebor. Before the Ebor he won over hurdles at the… Read More »

     
  • 18/1/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Night racing returns to Sha Tin this Wednesday evening with eight races, all conducted on the dirt. The fast class event on the program is the Penfold Park Handicap, a Class 1 race over 1200m.   BONUS #1: $501 FREE BET BONUS at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS #2: $500 FREE BET BONUS… Read More »

     
  • Hall Of Fame wins NZ G1 for Te Akau

    Hall Of Fame has given the Te Akau Racing training partnership of Stephen Autridge and Jamie Richards a Group One win more satisfying than most. The colt won Saturday’s Levin Classic at Trentham to help erase memories of stablemate Xtravagant’s fourth a year ago as the $1.30 favourite. “It’s great… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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