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Horse Racing News from Around The World

  • Farhh team weighs up comeback race options

    Trainer Saeed bin Suroor is eyeing October’s Champions Day at Ascot as a potential comeback date for his sidelined stable star Farhh. Placed in five consecutive Group One events last season – beating all bar Frankel in the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood and the Juddmonte International at York – Farhh… Read More »

     
  • Mandour beats Afsare in Sandown feature

    Group One form came to the fore in the Ambant Gala Stakes at Sandown as Mandour wore down Afsare inside the final furlong. Alain de Royer-Dupre’s French raider had finished third in the Prix d’Ispahan behind Maxios last time out and quickened up stylishly under Christophe Lemaire. Luca Cumani’s Afsare… Read More »

     
  • Al Kazeem favourite for Eclipse Stakes

    Al Kazeem will face six rivals as he goes in search of a third successive victory at the highest level in Saturday’s Group One Eclipse Stakes at Sandown. The five-year-old has won his past four races including the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh and the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Coolmore could have two runners in Eclipse

    Declaration Of War has jumped to a prominent position in the betting for Saturday’s Coral-Eclipse at Sandown after owners Coolmore suggested the colt was a “possible” runner. The sponsors introduced the Queen Anne Stakes winner as the 7-2 second favourite behind the 15-8 chance Al Kazeem. Only Mars appears a… Read More »

     
  • Fitness a Factor in July Cup

    Fawzi Nass believes Krypton Factor will be a much-improved horse when he takes to the track again in next week’s July Cup. It will be the first time the Bahraini sprinter will have raced on the Newmarket July course, although he has been based in the area for his preparation…. Read More »

     
  • Shamexpress pleases rider in workout

    Australian colt Shamexpress has had a work-out at Newmarket ahead of his tilt at the July Cup. Champion British jockey Richard Hughes has been booked to ride him in the Group One sprint on Saturday week. Shamexpress was partnered by Paul Koumis in his gallop and the work rider reported… Read More »

     
  • Richard Hughes to ride Shamexpress

    Champion jockey Richard Hughes has been booked to ride Australia’s July Cup contender Shamexpress in the Group One sprint at Newmarket on Saturday week. Hughes replaces Craig Newitt who has opted not to return to England for the race. Newitt won the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington on the Danny O’Brien-trained… Read More »

     
  • Singapore star Super Easy runs last race

    Singapore racing has lost one of its biggest stars with the retirement of Super Easy. A headline horse for Michael Freedman, Super Easy broke down in his Group One Patron’s Bowl win at Kranji on Sunday. Scans and X-rays revealed the 2012 Singapore horse of the year had ruptured a… Read More »

     
  • Dettori signs on for Sheikh Joaan retainer

    Frankie Dettori can look forward to riding a host of star names for the remainder of this season and beyond after being appointed retained rider to owner Sheikh Joaan Al Thani, who has rapidly emerged as a powerful figure on the European racing scene. Sheikh Joaan numbers the likes of… Read More »

     
  • Al Kazeem heads entries for Eclipse Stakes

    Al Kazeem leads a small but select field of eight horses confirmed at the five-day stage for the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown on Saturday. The Roger Charlton-trained five-year-old has emerged as a force at the highest level this season and will be seeking his third straight Group One success after… Read More »

     
  • Shea Shea pleases in Newmarket spin

    Shea Shea delighted connections in a racecourse workout at Newmarket on Monday morning as part of his preparation for the July Cup. The South African speedster went five furlongs in the hands of work rider Philip Shea on the July Course ahead of the big sprint on Saturday week. Trainer… Read More »

     
  • Another O’Brien successful at the races

    Aidan O’Brien had to settle for second place in the feature event, the Pretty Polly, but Sunday’s meeting at The Curragh was still cause for a family celebration. O’Brien’s daughter Sarah rode her first winner when Beach Of Falesa, owned by her mother Anne-Marie, won the Ladies Derby. Her proud… Read More »

     
  • Dettori reported to be in line for new job

    Frankie Dettori is reported to be on the brink of signing on as the retained rider for Sheikh Joaan Al Thani, one of the rising forces in the racing and breeding world. The Racing Post says the former champion jockey could be on the verge of signing a deal to… Read More »

     
  • Camelot team consider retirement plans

    Dual Derby winner Camelot is close to retirement after failing to recapture his three-year-old form. Trainer Aidan O’Brien says next week’s Eclipse Stakes at Sandown remains an option but the horse’s value to the Coolmore team as a stallion must also be considered. The son of Montjeu kicked off his… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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