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International Horse Racing

  • American Pharoah wins Kentucky Derby

    Favourite American Pharoah has won the Kentucky Derby to give trainer Bob Baffert his fourth win in the famous race. Ridden by Victor Espinoza, American Pharoah raced three-wide from an awkward gate but still had plenty in reserve to beat Firing Line and Dortmund.

     
  • Lovely Maria wins Kentucky Oaks

    Veteran jockey Kerwin Clark has celebrated his biggest career win aboard Lovely Maria in the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs. The filly burst past Angela Renee in the final furlong (200m) for a 2-3/4-length victory that left the 56-year-old jockey fighting back tears. “I’ve been riding for 40 years and… Read More »

     
  • Espinoza thrilled with American Pharoah

    Victor Espinoza believes Kentucky Derby favourite American Pharoah is untapped as the jockey bids for back-to-back wins in the famous race. Espinoza, who guided California Chrome to victory a year ago, said barrier 18 was not a problem for the Bob Baffert-trained colt in the $US2 million ($A2.53 million) race… Read More »

     
  • Mount Athos may have run his last race

    The much-travelled Mount Athos may have run his last race with trainer Marco Botti scrapping a scheduled return at Chester. The eight-year-old, who finished third in the 2013 Melbourne Cup behind Fiorente and Red Cadeaux, was being readied for a tilt at the Ormonde Stakes. He has not been seen… Read More »

     
  • Bob Baffert holds ace in Kentucky Derby

    American Pharoah is the 5-2 favourite for the Kentucky Derby despite drawing barrier 18. His Bob Baffert-trained stablemate Dortmund is the second elect at 3-1 and will start from barrier eight in the 2000m race at Churchill Downs on Saturday (Sunday AEST). Only one horse has won from the 18… Read More »

     
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  • British jockey cleared of corruption

    Scottish Grand National-winning jockey Richie McGrath has been cleared of corruption charges following a British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel hearing. McGrath faced allegations he passed on inside information used for betting purposes and that he had not ridden his mounts on their merits. The British Horseracing Authority investigation covered 57… Read More »

     
  • Blazing Speed wins Hong Kong’s QE II Cup

    Hong Kong-stabled Blazing Speed triumphed on Sunday in the Audemars Piguet QE II Cup, beating favourites and overseas rivals in a thrilling race, with Criterion from Australia finishing third. The six-year-old accelerated in the last 500 metres and overtook the early leaders to sprint to victory in the 2000-metre race…. Read More »

     
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  • No fairytale ending for Tony McCoy

    Box Office has failed to deliver a fairytale ending for Tony McCoy with the 20-time champion jumps jockey having to settle for third in his farewell ride at Sandown. The capacity crowd cheered McCoy from the moment he entered the paddock to mount the 5-2 favourite, applauding him past the… Read More »

     
  • McCoy to keep Champion’s Trophy

    The perennial champion jumps jockey’s trophy will become Tony McCoy’s personal property after he is crowned No.1 for the 20th and final time at Sandown. The trophy is to be decommissioned and presented to McCoy on his retirement on Saturday (Sunday AEST) to keep permanently in acknowledgement of his number… Read More »

     
  • End of an era as McCoy bows out at Sandown

    Getting to 1000 winners in a career in Britain seemed out of reach for jumps jockeys until Stan Mellor broke the mould in December 1971. So who could possibly have thought, nearly 40 years later, that figure would be quadrupled as Tony McCoy bagged his 4000th over jumps in Britain… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin World Cup winners retired

    African Story and Prince Bishop, the past two winners of the Dubai World Cup for Godolphin, have been retired. Both horses seemed suited by the Dubai carnival with six of African Story’s eight career wins coming at the meeting while Prince Bishop won there four times. Prince Bishop also beat… Read More »

     
  • Art Sherman set for Chrome reunion

    American trainer Art Sherman is due to arrive in England soon to oversee the preparation of California Chrome for a possible tilt at the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury. California Chrome is currently in the care of Rae Guest ahead of a run at Royal Ascot, but whether he turns up… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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