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Horse Racing News from Around The World

  • Kingman wins Irish 2000 Guineas

    Kingman has claimed a spectacular victory in the Irish 2000 Guineas after trainer John Gosden came close to scratching the colt because of heavy rain at The Curragh. Luckily for his army of followers, Kingman was allowed to seize the opportunity with a performance which bristled with authority and class. […]

  • Glory and Cirrus in Longhcamp showdown

    Corine Barande-Barbe is relishing the prospect of seeing Cirrus Des Aigles lock horns with Olympic Glory in what promises to be an enthralling Prix d’Ispahan at Longchamp on Sunday. Although his eighth birthday is only a fortnight away, Cirrus Des Aigles proved his powers remain as potent at ever when […]

  • Jarvis denied licence extension

    Alan Jarvis has had his application for an extension to his temporary licence turned down by the British Horseracing Authority. Jarvis lost his permission to train under the BHA’s ‘fit and proper person’ rule relating to a debt owed to Doncaster Bloodstock Sales, and is currently operating on a temporary […]

  • Kingman declared for Irish 2000 Guineas

    Kingman will face 13 opponents when he gets a second shot at Classic glory in the Irish 2000 Guineas at The Curragh. John Gosden’s exciting colt was favourite to secure his fourth win from as many starts in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket at the start of the month, but […]

  • Glory and Cirrus set to clash at Longchamp

    Olympic Glory is on a collision course with Cirrus Des Aigles in the Prix d’Ispahan at Longchamp on Sunday. Trained by Richard Hannon and owned by Al Shaqab Racing, Olympic Glory is set for a quick return to the track in the nine-furlong (1800m) Group One contest after winning the […]

  • Zoustar retired with minor injury

    High profile colt Zoustar has been retired and his northern hemisphere campaign abandoned due to injury. Trainer Chris Waller said Zoustar had suffered a small strain to a suspensory ligament which was detected after his first serious piece of work at Lambourn since his arrival in England. “A minor problem […]

  • Chrome cleared to wear nasal strip

    California Chrome is back on track for the Triple Crown after an idiosyncratic New York equipment ban threatened his bid for the Belmont Stakes. The winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes has been cleared to wear the nasal strip he has worn all through a six-race winning streak […]

  • Nasal strip controversy for Chrome

    California Chrome’s trainer Art Sherman has raised the startling possibility the colt could miss the final leg of the Triple Crown because of New York rules barring nasal strips. If California Chrome were to win the Belmont Stakes on June 7, he would be the first Triple Crown winner in […]

  • Leading Light wins Vintage Crop Stakes

    Leading Light has cemented his position as favourite for the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot with a perfect start to his four-year-old campaign in the Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan. At his first start since his unplaced effort in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in October, Leading Light took […]

  • British Scoop6 jackpots again

    Heartbreak for one intrepid punter came in a dramatic handicap at Thirsk as Britain’s Tote Scoop6 prize rolled over for a 12th week. The win and bonus funds for the bet totalled over STG10 million ($A18.25 million) ahead of Saturday’s racing at Newbury, Newmarket and Thirsk which hosted the final […]