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International Horse Racing

  • Frankel’s first foal born at Coolmore

    Frankel’s first foal has been born to Group Three-winning mare Chrysanthemum. The six-year-old daughter of Danehill Dancer gave birth to a bay colt at Coolmore Stud in Ireland on Saturday. The stud reported that the foal is “a handsome colt with a good head, a white blaze and great presence”…. Read More »

     
  • St Nicholas Abbey loses battle

    St Nicholas Abbey has lost his six-month battle with ill health and injury. A statement from owners Coolmore said the six-time Group One winner, who suffered a career-ending injury in July, was found to have inoperable colic and was euthanised. “Regretfully St Nicholas Abbey has lost his brave battle after… Read More »

     
  • Moonlight Cloud officially retired

    Trainer Freddy Head has paid tribute to Moonlight Cloud after confirming the great mare has left his stables to prepare to be a brood mare. The six-year-old failed to sign off her career with a victory when she could only finish sixth in the Hong Kong Mile, but before that… Read More »

     
  • Encke and Certify back in training

    Godolphin Group One winners Encke and Certify, the two highest profile horses banned from racing due to the Mahmood Al Zarooni steroid scandal, will return in coming months. Encke has not been seen since he foiled Camelot’s bid to land the Triple Crown in the St Leger at Doncaster in… Read More »

     
  • Terry Biddlecombe dies aged 72

    Terry Biddlecombe, three-times champion jumps jockey and husband of former trainer Henrietta Knight, has died aged 72. Biddlecombe won more than 900 races including the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Woodland Venture in 1967. He was champion jockey in 1964-65, 1965-66 and 1968-69 and rode a total of nine winners at… Read More »

     
  • Positive signs for St Nicholas Abbey

    Maggot therapy is helping St Nicholas Abbey get the better of the life-threatening disease laminitis. Tom O’Brien, the surgeon at Ireland’s Fethard Equine Hospital, said the Coolmore stallion was beginning to show signs of recovery. The Racing Post reported the six-time Group One winner’s improvement had been marked since the… Read More »

     
  • Mount Athos in stable switch to Botti

    Melbourne Cup placegetter Mount Athos has been switched from trainer Luca Cumani to Marco Botti who will prepare him for the upcoming Dubai carnival. Mount Athos was originally trained by David Wachman in Ireland and joined Cumani in 2012. He finished an unlucky fifth in the 2012 Melbourne Cup and… Read More »

     
  • Cooper confirmed for Gigginstown House job

    Rising star Bryan Cooper described it as a “great honour” to be formally appointed as retained rider for leading owners Gigginstown House Stud. The 21-year-old has long been talked of as a potential champion jockey of the future and enjoyed a breakthrough season last term, highlighted by a magnificent Cheltenham… Read More »

     
  • Bounding win puts hoop back in good books

    A brave but canny ride has helped jockey Mark Du Plessis redeem himself as Bounding picked up a deserved Group One in the Railway Stakes (1200m) at Ellerslie. Du Plessis was criticised after Bounding was beaten by Costa Viva in the 1000 Guineas at Riccarton in November after being caught… Read More »

     
  • Russell sacking causes market reshuffle

    Bryan Cooper has been installed the 5-1 second favourite to win the Irish jockeys’ title amid reports Davy Russell has been deposed as No.1 jockey jockey for Gigginstown House Stud. Cooper has often stepped in for Michael O’Leary’s owning and breeding operation and is behind only 1-8 chance Ruby Walsh… Read More »

     
  • Hurricane Fly wins 18th Grade One

    Hurricane Fly has claimed an extraordinary 18th Grade One victory by defending his title in a star-studded Ryanair Hurdle at Leopardstown. The Willie Mullins-trained nine-year-old (11-10 fav) expertly lowered the colours of Our Conor and Jezki, two of Ireland’s leading hurdlers, with another ruthless display under Ruby Walsh. Hurricane Fly… Read More »

     
  • Tests confirm Sacre heart problem

    Trainer Nicky Henderson has confirmed Sprinter Sacre is suffering from an irregular heartbeat after his star two-miler underwent tests in Newmarket. The seven-year-old made his seasonal reappearance in Friday’s Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton and all appeared to be going well for National Hunt racing’s brightest star when he produced… Read More »

     
  • Bobs Worth back in form at Leopardsrown

    Gold Cup winner Bobs Worth has returned to his best with a battling win at Leopardstown to renew hopes of another Cheltenham win. Bobs Worth put himself bang in contention for his Gold Cup title defence at Cheltenham in March with a typically gutsy display to reel in First Lieutenant… Read More »

     
  • Heart issue for jumps star Sprinter Sacre

    Jump racing’s best-known horse Sprinter Sacre was dramatically pulled up halfway through his comeback outing in the Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton with what veterinary advice diagnosed to be an irregular heartbeat. Nicky Henderson postponed the gelding’s reappearance after ruling out the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown earlier in the… Read More »