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International Horse Racing

  • Japan’s champion Orfevre goes out a winner

    Japanese champion Orfevre has ended his career with a brilliant eight length win in the Arima Kinen at Nakayama. Almost 117,000 people braved the cold to see the five-year-old in his final appearance. A six-time Group One winner and twice runner-up in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Orfevre swept… Read More »

     
  • Highs and lows of 2013 in British racing

    The most popular jockey in Britain, Tony McCoy, thrilled his fans with his stellar achievements during a year in which racing experienced the low point with the death of Sir Henry Cecil. Here is a look at the year. HIGHS: Tony McCoy He endured a frustrating wait for his 4000th… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys backing diet research

    Leading English jockeys Frankie Dettori and Tony McCoy have given their backing to a diet plan designed to improve both physical and mental well-being. Liverpool’s John Moores University, along with a specialist medical team, has designed and implemented a scientific diet plan to suit the needs of riders whose fight… Read More »

     
  • Pain just part of the job for Mccoy

    After more than a quarter of a century in the saddle and 18 consecutive champion jumps jockey titles, Tony McCoy says his ability to cope with pain is getting easier and will probably drive him in his quest for 5000 winners. The 39-year-old McCoy was reminded once more of his… Read More »

     
  • Belle Couture close to a race debut

    Black Caviar’s little sister Belle Couture could make her long-awaited racetrack debut in the next week. Trainer Danny O’Brien said the filly was likely to be nominated for races this week with a decision still to be made whether the three-year-old has another jump-out on Friday or heads to the… Read More »

     
  • One to remember for Twiston-Davies

    The season’s father and son theme has continued at Cheltenham as trainer Nigel and jockey Sam Twiston-Davies combined in both the headline events. Just over half an hour after Double Ross won, stable star The New One furthered his claims for the Festival in March in the International Hurdle. After… Read More »

     
  • Dude aiming for fairytale Grand National

    This year has provided a Gold Cup victory for the Queen and now 2014 holds the tantalising prospect of a royal winner of sorts in the Grand National after Monbeg Dude’s encouraging return to form at Cheltenham. Zara Phillips is, of course, far more than simply Her Majesty’s granddaughter as… Read More »

     
  • St Nicholas Abbey continues fight for life

    A more upbeat bulletin on St Nicholas Abbey has been issued although the six-year-old is still in a battle for his life. Owners Coolmore said the multiple Group One winner was in great form despite a host of problems in his fight to recover from a fractured pastern suffered during… Read More »

     
  • BHA appears at betting corruption summit

    The British Horse Racing Authority has joined a number of other sporting bodies at a government summit on corrupt betting practices. The BHA’s director of integrity, Adam Brickell, joined representatives from football, tennis, cricket and rugby in a meeting in London hosted by Maria Miller, Secretary of State for culture,… Read More »

     
  • Sprinter Sacre could run at Kempton

    Executives at Kempton have reacted with excitement at the possibility of a clash between Sprinter Sacre and Sire De Grugy. The second day of the Winter Festival on December 27 is far quieter than the first which features the King George, but the appearance of jumping superstar Sprinter Sacre in… Read More »

     
  • Dominant wins the Hong Kong Vase

    Hong Kong stayer Dominant has upset a field of global stars to win the Vase on International day at Sha Tin. Five of the recent Melbourne Cup runners, including the minor placegetters Red Cadeaux and Mount Athos, were in the world class line-up which also boasted English mare The Fugue… Read More »

     
  • Side Glance sights fixed on HK Cup glory

    Andrew Balding hopes for a strong pace at Sha Tin on Sunday ahead of Side Glance’s run in the Hong Kong Cup. The Group One Mackinnon Stakes winner during the Melbourne Cup carnival is a testament to the training skills of Balding, with few horses in Hong Kong this week… Read More »

     
  • Strawbridge coy over Cloud’s future

    Moonlight Cloud’s story has taken on a new dimension after owner George Strawbridge introduced the prospect of the Hong Kong Mile favourite remaining in training as a six-year-old. Trackside at Sha Tin to watch the Freddy Head-trained mare work on the all-weather training track ahead of Sunday’s race, Strawbridge hinted… Read More »

     
  • Moonlight Cloud to go out a winner in HK

    The Hong Kong Mile will be a defining race for French mare Moonlight Cloud who came closer than any other horse to inflicting defeat on Black Caviar. Moonlight Cloud got to within a head of the now-retired Black Caviar in last year’s Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot and has… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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