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International Horse Racing

  • Side Glance to parade at Ascot

    The much-travelled Side Glance, a Group One winner in Australia, will be among the retired stars on display at Ascot on King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes day. The now nine-year-old won the 2013 Mackinnon Stakes during the Melbourne Cup carnival and finished third in the Caulfield Stakes the… Read More »

     
  • Dartmouth new favourite for King George

    The Queen’s horse Dartmouth is the new favourite for the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot following the withdrawal of Postponed. Trainer Roger Varian said the former odds-on favourite was found to have a respiratory infection after failing to work as well as usual. Victory for Dartmouth… Read More »

     
  • Francesca Cumani lands ITV job

    Francesca Cumani will co-host ITV’s coverage of Flat racing next season when the network takes over as Britain’s terrestrial broadcaster. Cumani has been a regular on the Seven Network’s Melbourne Cup week coverage in Australia since 2008 and hosts Winning Post on CNN. The daughter of Newmarket trainer Luca Cumani,… Read More »

     
  • Dartmouth added to King George field

    The Queen’s Royal Ascot winner Dartmouth is a late entry for the Group One King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Dartmouth won the Hardwicke Stakes at the Royal meeting over the same 12-furlong (2400m) distance as Saturday’s race. The four-year-old has been introduced to the… Read More »

     
  • Highland Reel to run in King George VI

    Cox Plate placegetter Highland Reel is likely to be trainer Aidan O’Brien’s only runner in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. The four-year-old won the Secretariat Stakes at Arlington before running third behind Winx and Criterion in the Cox Plate last October. At his next start… Read More »

     
  • Gordon Lord Byron back to best

    Gordon Lord Byron back to best

    Veteran Irish sprinter Gordon Lord Byron has claimed a Group Three win at the Curragh to prompt talk of further travel. The eight-year-old has won races in England, France and Australia where took out the 2014 Group One George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill. “I didn’t think there was a Group… Read More »

     
  • Red Verdon second in French Group One

    Mont Ormel has floored some big names to run out a surprise winner of the Group One Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud. The Pia Brandt-trained colt stepped up markedly on the form he had shown to date to take Thursday’s race at the expense of the Ed Dunlop-trained Red… Read More »

     
  • Primitivo sold to race in Hong Kong

    Trainer Alan King’s first Royal Ascot winner Primitivo has been sold to race in Hong Kong. The three-year-old won his fourth successive race in the King George V Stakes and has changed hands for an undisclosed sum. “He has been sold to Hong Kong. Richard Gibson has bought him to… Read More »

     
  • Elite Army to be aimed at Melbourne Cup

    Trainer Saeed bin Suroor has identified lightly raced Godolphin stayer Elite Army as a possible 2016 Melbourne Cup contender. Bin Suroor believes the five-year-old could be well suited to the two-mile (3200m) trip in the famous handicap at Flemington on November 1. Having finished second in the Duke of Edinburgh… Read More »

     
  • Derby winner Nyquist to run in Haskell

    Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist will make his return in the Group One Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park. Last year’s two-year-old United States champion, Nyquist suffered his first defeat at his ninth start when third in the Preakness Stakes. He missed the Belmont Stakes because of an elevated white cell count… Read More »

     
  • Horse banned for six weeks

    Horse banned for six weeks

    A horse in Ireland has been banned for 42 days after his trainer was found guilty of using a race as a training exercise. Pyromaniac finished sixth in a race at Killarney on Tuesday night with his jockey Patrick McGuigan given a seven-day suspension for failing to make sufficient effort… Read More »

     
  • Royal Ascot winner sold to Hong Kong

    Royal Ascot winner Defrocked has been sold to continue his racing career in Hong Kong. The Jamie Osborne-trained three-year-old won the Britannia Stakes (1600m) at the Royal meeting in June, his third victory from five starts. Co-owner Michael Buckley confirmed the sale. “He’s actually been sold to Hong Kong,” Buckley… Read More »

     
  • Commissioned on track for Goodwood Cup

    Royal Ascot winner Commissioned will attempt to qualify for the Melbourne Cup via the Goodwood Cup. Making his debut for Gordon Elliott having previously been trained by John Ferguson, the six-year-old produced a fine staying performance to win last month’s Queen Alexandra Stakes (4300m). Part-owner Nick Bradley admits Commissioned faces… Read More »

     
  • Chiong caps Hong Kong season with title

    Champion apprentice Kei Kei Chiong has been named Hong Kong’s most popular jockey ahead of one-month stint in Australia. Chiong, who beat Joao Moreira in the public vote, ended the Hong Kong season as the leading apprentice and the top local rider with 37 wins for the season. She will… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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