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International Horse Racing

  • Scatter Dice a surprise Cesarewitch winner

    Scatter Dice has recovered from a being left at the start to score a shock win in the Cesarewitch at Newmarket. The Mark Johnston-trained filly was slowly out of the stalls and emerged 10 lengths behind the rest but made up the ground to take the ultra-competitive marathon handicap over… Read More »

     
  • Joseph O’Brien sets new Irish record

    Joseph O’Brien broke a 20-year old Irish record at Navan on Wednesday with the final leg of a treble bringing up his 117th winner of the season to consign the previous best set by Mick Kinane to the history books. O’Brien, champion jockey last season with 87 winners, equalled the… Read More »

     
  • Sheikh Joann pays world record for filly

    Qatari Sheikh Joann Al Thani has paid a world record 5 million guineas ($A9.01 million) for a yearling filly at the Tattersalls sale. The filly, a daughter of 2001 Derby winner Galileo and Alluring Park, is also the most expensive horse of any age sold at public auction in Europe,… Read More »

     
  • Moonlight Cloud team consider Hong Kong

    Trainer Freddie Head has all but ruled out a second trip to the Breeders’ Cup for Moonlight Cloud following her scintillating display at Longchamp on Sunday. The five-year-old clinched her third Group One of the year and sixth overall with an incredible performance in the Prix de la Foret. Ridden… Read More »

     
  • Proud Ikee vows to return and win Arc

    Yasutoshi Ikee brushed aside the disappointment of his Japanese superstar Orfevre finishing second in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for the second successive year and pledged to return to claim the victory his country craves. The 44-year-old trainer, whose father Yasuo also failed to land the race when his… Read More »

     
  • Treve breaks Japanese hearts again in Arc

    Treve demolished a high class field to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe and emulate the great Zarkava in 2008 in landing the French Oaks, Prix Vermeille and Arc in the same season. Jockey Thierry Jarnet, winning Europe’s most prestigious race on Sunday for the first time since 1994,… Read More »

     
  • Longchamp attracts Japan fans

    Thousands of Japanese racing fans have turned out at Longchamp racecourse hoping to see one of their two highly-fancied runners finally win Europe’s most prestigious race the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. About 6000 fans – some dressed in traditional kimonos – flew in from Japan bringing with them small… Read More »

     
  • Wise Dan beaten at Keeneland

    Reigning United States horse of the year Wise Dan has been beaten by Silver Max in the Group One Shadwell Mile at Keeneland. Because of heavy rain earlier on Saturday afternoon, the race was taken off the turf course and run at 1-1/16 miles (1700m) on the polytrack. The win… Read More »

     
  • Japanese fans to flood Longchamp for Arc

    Around 5000 Japanese racing fans are expected to descend on Longchamp racecourse as expectation builds they will at last win Europe’s most prestigious race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, 44 years after their first runner. Orfevre, last year’s unlucky runner-up, and this year’s Japanese Derby winner Kizuna, provide Japan’s… Read More »

     
  • Cirrus des Aigles wins at Longchamp

    French star Cirrus des Aigles became the first horse to win the Group Two Prix Dollar at Longchamp three times and set himself up for a return to England for the Champions Stakes. The seven-year-old gelding, who was recording his 18th career win, dispelled any notions of a waning of… Read More »

     
  • Dettori undergoes ankle operation

    Frankie Dettori will be sidelined for around three months after undergoing an operation on the ankle injury he sustained in a fall at Nottingham on Wednesday. Dettori came off Eland Ally leaving the mounting yard before his race and was stood down for the rest of the day, having been… Read More »

     
  • Japanese pair score positive Arc barriers

    Japan’s hopes of landing Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for the first time were boosted on Friday as both their runners received favourable draws for the Longchamp showpiece. Last year’s unlucky runner-up Orfevre was drawn in eight – where 2010 winner Workforce sprang from – and Japanese Derby winner… Read More »

     
  • Ikee seeks to fulfil Japan’s Arc dream

    Yasutoshi Ikee came agonisingly close last year to achieving Japan’s dream of winning Europe’s most prestigious race and on Sunday he intends to set that right with the same horse Orfevre. The 44-year-old trainer, who was born in 1969 the same year that Japan first had a runner in the… Read More »

     
  • Lord Stevens to head inquiry

    Former Metropolitan police chief Lord Stevens will conduct an internal inquiry into the global racing empire of Sheikh Mohammed. He has already begun the process of “assembling a team of experts” for an investigation which is likely to continue into the new year. Sheikh Mohammed’s racing organisations were placed under… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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