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  • Racing mourns death of jockeys’ mentor

    Former champion jockey Kevin Darley was among those to pay tribute to distinguished trainer Reg Hollinshead, who has died aged 89. Hollinshead was famed for his production line of future top jockeys, such as Darley, Walter Swinburn and Pat Eddery. Derby-winning rider Willie Ryan was also associated with the Hollinshead… Read More »

     
  • Derby winner Camelot back in business

    Aidan O’Brien declared himself delighted after seeing his Classic winner Camelot make a perfectly satisfactory return to action in the Mooresbridge Stakes at the Curragh. The son of Montjeu appeared destined for greatness after winning both the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket and completing the English-Irish Derby double in the first… Read More »

     
  • Bolger warms to Approach Derby bid

    Jim Bolger admits it is “more than likely” his 2000 Guineas hero Dawn Approach will be allowed to take his chance in the Englishc Derby at Epsom next month. Unbeaten in six starts as a juvenile, the son of Bolger’s 2008 Derby hero New Approach went one better than his… Read More »

     
  • Sky’s the limit for Hughes in Guineas win

    Reigning champion jockey Richard Hughes has accumulated a host of top-flight European races during his career but finally corrected one glaring omission as Sky Lantern provided his first British Classic in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket. Riding with greater confidence and competence than any other jockey at present, the 40-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Moore lands HK Champions Mile again

    Dan Excel continued John Moore’s incredible run of success in the Champions Mile giving the trainer his fourth success in as many years in the Sha Tin Group One. Moore was two-handed with the 2011 and 2012 winner Xtension preferred in the market to Dan Excel, but it was the… Read More »

     
  • Orb wins the 139th Kentucky Derby

    Orb powered through the mud to win the 139th Kentucky Derby and give Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey his first winner in the Run for the Roses. Jockey of the moment Joel Rosario piloted Orb to the victory in the 1-1/4-mile (2000m) race on a muddy track at Churchill… Read More »

     
  • Orb comes from behind in Kentucky Derby

    Orb has given veteran Hall Of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey his first victory in the Kentucky Derby with a come-from-behind win under Joel Rosario. In the moments before the race on Saturday (Sunday AEST) there was a seven-figure avalanche of betting on Orb who started the 5-1 favourite. More than… Read More »

     
  • Sole Powers to Palace prize

    Group One winning sprinter Sole Power has set himself up for another lucrative summer by stamping his authority on the Palace House Stakes at Newmarket. The Eddie Lynam-trained globetrotter has only won twice since he sprang a 100-1 surprise the Nunthorpe in 2010, although he has been placed on numerous… Read More »

     
  • Orb wins the Kentucky Derby 2013

    Orb has splashed through the mud to win the Kentucky Derby, giving veteran Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey his first victory in the three-year-old classic. When the field turned for home on the cool, overcast Saturday (Sunday AEST) afternoon at Churchill Downs, Normandy Invasion grabbed the lead while Orb… Read More »

     
  • Dawn Approach wins English 2000 Guineas

    Unbeaten Dawn Approach made it seven wins from seven starts on Saturday as he won the English 2000 Guineas to give the embattled Godolphin Operation a welcome piece of good news. Trained by Irishman Jim Bolger the 11/8 favourite – whose sire New Approach finished second in the same race… Read More »

     
  • Rosie Napravnik in search of history

    Rosie Napravnik isn’t worried about history. She is, however, working on her chemistry – with a horse named Mylute in the Kentucky Derby. Two years after achieving the best finish by a female jockey in the Derby, she will try to become the first woman to win it. Napravnik’s pursuit… Read More »

     
  • Black Onyx scratched from Kentucky Derby

    Long shot Black Onyx was a late scratching for the Kentucky Derby because of a chip in his left ankle, leaving 19 horses to vie for the roses. The scratching occurred on Friday after wagering for the race had opened, so Black Onyx’s No.1 post position will be left empty… Read More »

     
  • Orb leads triple crown hopefuls in Derby

    No horse has captured the American triple crown since Affirmed in 1978, but 20 hopefuls led by favourites Orb, Verrazano and Goldencents run for the dream in Saturday’s Kentucky Derby. The 139th edition of the famed 1 1/4-mile (2000m) race at Churchill Downs will be a $US2 million launch of… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien expecting Colombo to make progress

    Joseph O’Brien believes Cristoforo Colombo can cut the length deficit on Dawn Approach when they renew rivalry in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday. Ireland’s champion jockey is convinced the colt was beaten by the draw when third behind the Jim Bolger-trained ante-post favourite and Olympic Glory in the… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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