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International Horse Racing News

  • William Buick to keep Libertarian mount

    William Buick will retain the ride on the supplemented Libertarian in the Irish Derby at the Curragh on Saturday. The colt has recently been purchased by Godolphin and will be having his final start for Elaine Burke in Ireland this weekend before he joins Saeed bin Suroor in Newmarket. Unraced […]

  • Nunthorpe bid not in No Nay Never plans

    Wesley Ward has ruled out any chance of his impressive Norfolk Stakes winner No Nay Never running against his elders in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York. The American challenger looked head and shoulders above his rivals at Royal Ascot last week in the paddock and proved it out on the […]

  • Arc to be Dunaden’s swan song

    Globetrotting star Dunaden is likely to have his last start in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in October. The Mikel Delzangles-trained seven-year-old has picked up almost STG5 million ($A8.4 million) prize money during a fantastic career, winning a Melbourne Cup, a Caulfield Cup and a Hong Kong […]

  • Dunaden second in French Group One

    SAINT-CLOUD, France, June 24 PA – Dunaden has come up short in his bid to win a first European Group One, finishing second to German raider Novellist in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud. The winner of the 2011 Melbourne Cup and 2012 Caulfield Cup, Dunaden closed hard in the final […]

  • Joy turns to tears for Cecil stable

    The Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot on Saturday ended tragically when the winning horse, Thomas Chippendale, collapsed and died soon after passing the winning post. Veterinarians attending the horse were unable to revive the horse after jockey Johnny Murtagh had dismounted. A post-mortem will be conducted but the suspected cause […]

  • The Queen embraces golden day at the races

    The Queen’s bloodstock advisor John Warren hopes the monarch may get more time to spend with her horses when she eventually reduces her Royal commitments. Photographs of the Queen cheering home Estimate to Ascot Gold Cup glory dominated Friday’s newspapers. Next to her in the Royal Box was Warren, who […]

  • Rain in France boosts Cirrus camp

    Rain has boosted trainer Corine Barande-Barbe’s spirits ahead of Cirrus Des Aigles’ comeback at Saint-Cloud on Sunday. The multiple Group-race winner has been absent since giving Frankel a run for his money in the Champion Stakes at Ascot in October. He has been sidelined since straining a ligament during his […]

  • British champion finally gets Ascot win

    Three days of disappointment for Richard Hughes dissolved in an instant when Sky Lantern carried the British champion jockey to a pulsating victory in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday. What was billed as a closely-matched affair involving 17 runners became a one-horse race as Hughes scythed through […]

  • Royal Ascot 2013 day 4 – Tips

    Day four of the Royal Ascot carnival will be run tonight with another six race program full of quality runners. The feature race for the day is the Coronation Cup for fillies which looks to be a cracking race. The meeting has plenty of value for punters. Form Guide Free […]

  • No stopping US raider in Norfolk Stakes

    American raider No Nay Never smashed the five-furlong record for juveniles with a stunning performance in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot. Trained by Wesley Ward, who last tasted success at the meeting when saddling a double with Strike The Tiger and Jealous Again in 2009, the two-year-old was having […]