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  • Queen Anne Stakes Field – 2015

    Queen Anne Stakes (British Champions Series) (Group 1) (Str) (Class 1) Flat – 14:30 Solow Able Friend Night Of Thunder Toormore Esoterique Cougar Mountain Here Comes When Glory Awaits

  • California Chrome likely to miss Ascot

    American star California Chrome appears certain to miss the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot leaving Australian contender Criterion with eight rivals. The Art Sherman-trained California Chrome won the first two legs of the US Triple Crown last year and finished second in the Dubai World Cup at his… Read More »

  • Dettori wins French Oaks for Gosden

    Just eight days after teaming up for Derby glory with Golden Horn, John Gosden and Frankie Dettori have have claimed another Classic with Star Of Seville in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly. In a bold move from trainer Gosden, Star Of Seville was running only nine days after being… Read More »

  • Trip To Paris to run in Ascot Gold Cup

    Potential Melbourne Cup runner Trip To Paris is a late entry for the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. Trainer Ed Dunlop is hoping the Chester Cup winner can raise his rating and earn the right to accompany Red Cadeaux to Australia in the spring. Red Cadeaux has finished runner-up three… Read More »

  • Able Friend working well ahead of Ascot

    Australian-bred Hong Kong star Able Friend has maintained his routine of trotting and cantering under work rider Thomas Yeung at Newmarket in preparation for the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. Hong Kong’s great hope for the big meeting has thrived since being arriving at Michael Bell’s Fitzroy House Stables… Read More »

  • Able Friend settles in at Newmarket

    Hong Kong star Able Friend has had a work-out at Newmarket ahead of his Royal Ascot assignment. The John Moore-trained multiple Group One winner, the equal highest-rated horse in the world, will contest the Queen Anne Stakes. The trainer’s son and assistant, George Moore, is overseeing Able Friend’s preparations and… Read More »

  • Arc now on the mind of Golden Horn’s owner

    Golden Horn’s owner/breeder Anthony Oppenheimer is now dreaming of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with his Epsom Derby winner. But first Oppenheimer needs to see Golden Horn show he can race right-handed which would be achieved by running in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown next month. So far the John… Read More »

  • Possible three races for American Pharoah

    Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is expected to have three more races before he is retired to stud. The colt became just the 12th horse, and the first in 37 years, to win the Kentucky Derby, Preakness Stakes and Belmont, providing an energising jolt to a sport struggling to stay… Read More »

  • William Buick to ride California Chrome

    William Buick will ride California Chrome in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot. Connections of last year’s Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner have opted for Buick as Frankie Dettori, their first choice, will be aboard Western Hymn for John Gosden in the Group One feature over a… Read More »

  • Victor Espinoza earns place in history

    Victor Espinoza will donate his Belmont Stakes winnings to City of Hope in Duarte, California, a cancer research and treatment centre. He’ll keep something much more valuable: a place in history. As the jockey of American Pharoah, the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978, Espinoza called it “the… Read More »

  • Baffert wins Triple Crown on fourth try

    Bob Baffert was just soaking it in – the roar of 90,000 people and the sight of American Pharoah heading for the wire in the Belmont Stakes. It was something the 62-year-old Hall of Fame trainer thought he might never see, a horse he trained seizing Triple Crown glory. Baffert… Read More »

  • Pether’s Moon could head to Melbourne

    Pether’s Moon has put himself in the frame for the Melbourne Cup with victory in the Group One Coronation Cup at Epsom. Ridden by Pat Dobbs, the Richard Hannon-trained five-year-old upset favoured French pair Dolniya and Flintshire to win the 2400m-race which was a tactical affair with just four runners…. Read More »

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