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International Horse Racing

  • Pike more relaxed about 2013 Guineas hopes

    Excitement rather than nervousness is the main emotion for Cambridge trainer Tony Pike as he saddles the 2000 Guineas favourite for the second year in a row. Pike and his co-trainer Mark Donoghue on Saturday has Sacred Park in New Zealand’s first Group One Classic of the season, a $3… Read More »

     
  • McCoy makes history with 4000 winners

    Tony McCoy produced the kind of swashbuckling ride for which he has become so famed as he secured his 4000th winner over jumps at Towcester. A huge crowd descended on the Northamptonshire circuit – which as always offered free admission – in the hope of seeing history being made and… Read More »

     
  • Day of drama at the Breeders’ Cup

    Mucho Macho Man won the $5 million Breeders’ Cup Classic by a nose to make Kathy Ritvo the first female trainer to win North America’s richest race on a day that began tragically with the death of a horse in the first race. Gary Stevens capped his comeback at the… Read More »

     
  • Mucho Macho Man wins Breeders’ Classic

    Mucho Macho Man has won a Breeders’ Cup Classic thriller, edging Will Take Charge in a photo finish to give trainer Kathy Ritvo an emotional victory. Ritvo, a heart transplant survivor, became the first woman to train a winner of the North America’s richest race when Mucho Macho Man erased… Read More »

     
  • London Bridge wins Breeders Marathon

    Australian-bound stayer London Bridge has won the Breeders’ Cup Marathon for new owner Paul Fudge. London Bridge was sold by owner and former trainer Mikael Magnusson to the mining entrepreneur with the specific intention of running in the Marathon before continuing his career in Australia. Magnusson now rents his stables… Read More »

     
  • Juvenile Outstrip sizzles for Godolphin

    New Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby has struck at the Breeders’ Cup meeting with Outstrip, a narrow winner of the Juvenile Turf over Giovanni Boldini. Outstrip continued the success of Mike Smith, the jockey who has won more Breeders’ Cup races than any other. Bobby’s Kitten set a blistering early pace… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien stays low key on Classic Cup hopes

    Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien believes Declaration Of War offers something different that might just make a difference in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. O’Brien has tasted plenty of success in the Breeders’ Cup, but victory in the $US5 million ($A5.30 million) marquee race has eluded him – so much so that… Read More »

     
  • Gosden relishing Fugue Breeders’ challenge

    John Gosden declared The Fugue in “tremendous shape” as his star filly limbered for the Breeders’ Cup Turf at Santa Anita. The Irish Champion Stakes winner was accompanied on the grass by big-race pilot William Buick, and was watched by Gosden, part-owner Lady Lloyd Webber and racing manager Simon Marsh…. Read More »

     
  • Jockey Edgar Britt turns 100

    He’s won over 2000 races and used to ride for the Royal Family, but Edgar Britt didn’t think he’d celebrate his 100th birthday. “I didn’t expect to ever live to be 100,” Australia’s oldest jockey said of his centenary on Wednesday. He also didn’t expect to be selected as the… Read More »

     
  • Moonlight Cloud poised for Hong Kong Mile

    Freddie Head reports Moonlight Cloud to be as good as ever as she prepares for the Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on December 8. The French trainer believes the five-year-old mare remains in superb shape after she chalked up Group One win No.6 with a scintillating display in… Read More »

     
  • Joshua Tree wins 3rd Woodbine

    Globe-trotting Joshua Tree has become the first three-time winner of Canada’s premier race, the Woodbine International, achieving the feat under three different trainers and three different jockeys. Ridden by Ryan Moore for Khalid Nabooda and Kamel Albahou, the Ed Dunlop-trained horse beat Hyper and Seismos in the 2400m race on… Read More »

     
  • Kingston Hill powers to Trophy win

    Roger Varian is dreaming of Classic success next year after Kingston Hill continued the Newmarket trainer’s love affair with Doncaster by winning the Racing Post Trophy, Britain’s final Group One race of the season. His first ever runner, Eton Forever, was a winner there on April 2, 2011 after Varian… Read More »

     
  • New Levy agreement for British racing

    British racing has secured a four-year agreement with the four largest retail bookmakers to make voluntary contributions of STG4.5 million ($A7.61 million) a year the newly-created Incentive Fund. Taking effect from April 2014, the payments from William Hill, Ladbrokes, Coral and Betfred will be managed by a new distribution group… Read More »

     
  • Appleby in Wonder at English Derby hope

    Charlie Appleby may only be in the infancy of his training career but the victory of Sudden Wonder in the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Houghton Conditions Stakes at Newmarket has already sparked Derby dreams for the Godolphin handler. Not beaten far behind stablemates Outstrip, who subsequently ran in the Dewhurst, and… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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