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International Horse Racing

  • Trainer Art Sherman celebrates Derby

    Art Sherman lives in a nice little house next to a picturesque golf course in San Diego. From his porch, he can see men much younger than his 77 years chipping and putting happily along. That retirement life is not for him. “I wouldn’t know what to do with myself,”… Read More »

  • California Chrome wins Kentucky Derby

    The fairytale story of California Chrome has continued on the biggest stage with the colt claiming a dominant win in the Kentucky Derby. Taking charge at the top of the straight, California Chrome (5-2 fav) sprinted clear under Victor Espinoza to give the jockey a second Derby win to go… Read More »

  • Night Of Thunder wins English 2000 Guineas

    Night Of Thunder sprang a massive shock in the English 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday, the 40-1 outsider upsetting hot favourite Kingman and the much-vaunted Australia. Ridden by Kieren Fallon, Night Of Thunder was a first classic winner for trainer Richard Hannon junior in his first season since taking… Read More »

  • California Chrome going for Derby gold

    The owners of California Chrome are putting all their hopes into the chestnut colt to win the Kentucky Derby. After all, he is the only horse they own. California Chrome, based at Los Alamitos racetrack in suburban Los Angeles, is the early 5-2 favourite for the 140th Derby with good… Read More »

  • Rizeena favourite for 1000 Guineas

    Pre-post favourite Rizeena features in a field of 19 declared for the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket with trainer Clive Brittain bullish about her chances. The winner of the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot over the five furlongs (1000m), the daughter of Iffraaj relished seven furlongs to claim the Moyglare Stud… Read More »

  • Williams happy with Gold Ship for Tenno

    Craig Williams is aiming for a second win in the Tenno Sho in Kyoto, racing against the horse which gave him his first. Williams rides Gold Ship in Sunday’s 3200m Group One race which also features his 2010 winner Jaguar Mail and global traveller Red Cadeaux, the only international runner…. Read More »

  • 140th Kentucky Derby has 4 Pletcher horses

    Todd Pletcher is going after the Kentucky Derby with numbers again. The trainer who has won America’s greatest horse race will saddle four horses. Little-known Mike Maker has three starters. Art Sherman has just one. But it’s a really good one. California Chrome is the favourite for the 140th Derby… Read More »

  • Kingman out to emulate Frankel in Guineas

    Kingman, carrying the same colours as Frankel, seeks to emulate Khalid Abdullah’s racing phenomenon by winning Saturday’s 2,000 Guineas. Like Frankel, who claimed this in 2011 on the way to being lauded as the greatest racehorse of all time, Kingman warmed up for the opening Classic of the European season… Read More »

  • California Chrome set to sparkle in Derby

    California Chrome, winner of his last four races, is primed to shine as the 140th Kentucky Derby kicks off US flat racing’s Triple Crown. The chestnut colt trained by Art Sherman was installed as the early 5-2 favourite for the $US2 million ($A2.16 million), 1-1/4-mile race at Churchill Downs, where… Read More »

  • Hopportunity out of Kentucky Derby

    Hopportunity, the second favourite for the Kentucky Derby, is out of the race. Trainer Bob Baffert says the colt has a sore left front foot. Hopportunity was the 6-1 choice for Saturday’s race and was to have been ridden by Mike Smith. The scratching on Thursday means Pablo Del Monte… Read More »

  • Barrier trial form a real boost for Aimee

    Trainers don’t often break into a smile when a rival runs a record but that was the case with the Gold Coast-based Noel Doyle this week. He trains smart filly Aimee who will be one of the favourites for the Ken Russell Memorial at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Aimee… Read More »

  • Ryan on weather watch for Angel Of Mercy

    Gerald Ryan is one of several Hollindale Stakes trainers hoping the Gold Coast skies stay clear before Saturday. The Gold Coast track has had 32mm of rain in the past seven days but more is predicted for the weekend. Ryan has Angel Of Mercy in the weight-for-age Hollindale and the… Read More »

  • California Chrome favourite in Derby

    California Chrome is the early 5-2 favourite for the Kentucky Derby after drawing barrier five for the famous race. He is trained by 77-year-old Art Sherman who could become the oldest trainer to win the Derby, surpassing Charlie Whittingham who was 76 when Sunday Silence won in 1989. California Chrome… Read More »

  • Tac De Boistron wins at Ascot

    Tac De Boistron has staked a major claim for the Gold Cup with a five length win in the Group Three Sagaro Stakes at Ascot. Owned by Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, Tac De Boistron was sent back to Europe last year after failing on firm tracks in the 2012 Geelong and… Read More »


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