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International Horse Racing

  • Ferguson hurdler takes Jersey racing crown

    If I Had Him, owned by Sir Alex Ferguson, was crowned champion horse in the Channel Islands after winning for the fifth time in 2013 on the final day of the season at Les Landes racecourse in Jersey. The nine-year-old, trained by George Baker at Manton, gave plenty of weight… Read More »

     
  • Gerard Butler puts scandal aside with win

    Newmarket trainer Gerard Butler enjoyed a brief moment of respite in what has been a season to forget when Zain Eagle won a maiden at Ripon. Butler is embroiled in the long-running Sungate scandal and still awaits notification from the British Horseracing Authority of a date for his hearing. He… Read More »

     
  • Aga Khan to send Verema to Melbourne

    The Aga Khan will have his first Melbourne Cup runner following confirmation Verema will make the trip to Australia. The mare is trained by Alain de Royer Dupre who prepared Americain to win the 2010 Melbourne Cup. Verema won the Group Two Prix de Kergolay at her most recent start,… Read More »

     
  • Subdued Cirrus flops again in France

    Cirrus Des Aigles has continued his worrying decline with yet another defeat at Deauville. Corine Barande-Barbe’s gelding went off the 2-1 favourite for the Grand Prix de Deauville, having picked up the Group Two event a couple of years ago en route to his Champion Stakes success, but he has… Read More »

     
  • Tiger Cliff wins the Ebor Handicap

    Tiger Cliff struck in the shadow of the post to land the rich Ebor for the Lady Cecil team at York but Melbourne spring hopeful Opinion was disappointing. Twelve months ago, Sir Henry Cecil saddled Frankel to win the Juddmonte International at the track. Since he died in June, his… Read More »

     
  • Ahzeemah stakes a claim for Melbourne Cup

    A tilt at the Melbourne Cup could be on the agenda for Ahzeemah after he clinched a deserved victory in a thrilling climax to the Lonsdale Cup at York. The Godolphin runner had not finished out of the first two places in his past nine starts, but six of those… Read More »

     
  • Jwala ends Group One drought for Drowne

    Steve Drowne landed his first Group One since 2007 when Robert Cowell’s flying filly Jwala caused a 40-1 upset in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York. One of the more popular members of the weighing room, Drowne has endured more ups and downs in his career than many since Sakhee’s Secret… Read More »

     
  • The Fugue wins the Yorkshire Oaks

    Trips to Paris and California are on the agenda for The Fugue after she bounced back to her brilliant best in the Yorkshire Oaks. With Scintillula having set a fierce pace, William Buick appeared keen to play his cards late on the market-leader, but she ranged up menacingly in the… Read More »

     
  • Declaration of War wins International

    Declaration of War got the better of fellow Irish raider Trading Leather to gain revenge on two of England’s top colts in the International Stakes at York on Wednesday. The Group One feature on the opening day of the Ebor Festival was billed as a match between Al Kazeem, who… Read More »

     
  • Saptapadi trainer sweats on Ebor clearance

    Trainer Brian Ellison is confident the well-travelled Saptapadi is capable of making his presence felt if he makes the cut for the Ebor at York on Saturday. The seven-year-old was a leading contender for the race two years ago, but was upstaged by lesser-fancied stable companion Moyenne Corniche. Saptapadi still… Read More »

     
  • Lady Cecil duo to clash in Yorkshire Oaks

    Lady Cecil will be represented by Wild Coco and Riposte in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks at York on Thursday, a race her late husband Sir Henry Cecil won five times. Wild Coco has been a rare visitor to the racecourse, but the talented five-year-old makes the most of her chances… Read More »

     
  • Leading lights stand their ground in Ebor

    Ante-post favourite Opinion is among 53 confirmations for the Ebor at York on Saturday. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained five-year-old, carrying the Highclere colours, was successful in the Duke of Edinburgh Handicap at Royal Ascot but could not get a clear run when fifth in the Old Newton Cup at Haydock… Read More »

     
  • High hopes for Al Kazeem Juddmonte chances

    Al Kazeem’s owner-breeder John Deer feels his horse’s proven ability over a mile and a quarter can be the difference in his clash with Toronado in Wednesday’s Juddmonte International Stakes at York. Richard Hannon made the announcement just before declaration time that Toronado would be involved in what is suddenly… Read More »

     
  • Afsare among Celebration Mile contenders

    Afsare will attempt to build on his recent Salisbury success in Saturday’s Celebration Mile at Goodwood. Luca Cumani’s gelding, who was second in last year’s Arlington Million, has had well-documented issues with the stalls but showed his undoubted ability when coasting clear in last week’s Group Three Sovereign Stakes. “Afsare… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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