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Horse Racing News from Around The World

  • Oxbow wins Preakness Stakes

    There will be no Triple Crown winner this year after Oxbow won the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico with Kentucky Derby winner Orb fourth. Oxbow’s win crowned the comeback of 50-year-old jockey Gary Stevens who returned to riding earlier this year after an absence of seven years. The winner is trained… Read More »

     
  • Dawn Approach stamina doubts

    Jockey Joseph O’Brien has cast doubts on Dawn Approach’s stamina ahead of the next month’s Epsom Derby. O’Brien, who won the Derby last year on Camelot and is set to ride Battle Of Marengo from his father Aidan’s squad, spoke of his admiration for Jim Bolger’s 2000 Guineas winner but… Read More »

     
  • Oxbow wins Preakness Stakes 2013 for Gary Stevens

    Oxbow won the 138th Preakness Stakes on Saturday as heavily favoured Kentucky Derby winner Orb finished fourth, his bid for US racing’s coveted Triple Crown ruined. “I get paid to spoil dreams,” said Oxbow’s trainer D. Wayne Lukas, who claimed a sixth Preakness victory and his 13th win in one… Read More »

     
  • Gary Stevens wins Preakness Stakes

    Comeback jockey Gary Stevens has won the Preakness Stakes aboard Oxbow for veteran trainer D. Wayne Lukas with Kentucky Derby winner Orb fourth. Stevens, who came out of retirement in January after seven years away from the sport, took Oxbow to the front from the outset and the colt was… Read More »

     
  • Johnny Murtagh granted trainer’s licence

    Internationally renowned jockey Johnny Murtagh has been granted a training licence by the Irish Turf Club. Murtagh owns the Curragh stables where Tommy Carmody is based and has been working alongside the trainer while undergoing his preparation to take out a licence. The team started out last year and sent… Read More »

     
  • Farhh wins Lockinge for Godolphin

    Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin team received its first significant piece of good news in some time when Farhh emerged a convincing winner of the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury. Still dogged by the scandal which resulted in an eight-year ban for trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni for administering anabolic steroids to horses in… Read More »

     
  • BHA confirms Sungate inquiries

    A number of trainers will be interviewed by the British Horseracing Authority as it emerges more than one stable could have used a banned drug. Newmarket handler Gerard Butler admitted last month he was the subject of a BHA investigation after a number of his horses tested positive for anabolic… Read More »

     
  • Orb favoured to take Preakness Stakes 2013

    Kentucky Derby winner Orb was in a playful mood the day before the Preakness, making faces for photographers between nibbles of grass outside his stall at Pimlico Race Course. “He’s really settled in well. He seems to be energetic about what he’s doing so I couldn’t be more pleased,” trainer… Read More »

     
  • Dettori return likely to be delayed

    Frankie Dettori’s planned return to the saddle may be delayed with the British Horseracing Authority yet to issue him a licence. The 42-year-old had planned to return to action at Leicester on Monday after serving a six-month ban for testing positive for cocaine at Longchamp following a race last September…. Read More »

     
  • Local Libertarian lifts Dante Stakes

    Local winners of the Dante Stakes at Yorkshire are so rare Libertarian was allowed to start at 33-1 before beating Derby aspirants from some of the top British and Irish stables. Middleham-based couple Elaine and Karl Burke became the first trainers from the county to win the Knavesmire’s important Classic… Read More »

     
  • Lilliburlero on black type mission

    Beautifully bred filly Lilliburlero will face a career litmus test when she steps out in the Fred Best Classic at Doomben on Saturday. A daughter of former top Queensland sprinter Regimental Gal, Lilliburlero has shown promise winning two of her three starts to date. She made her debut with a… Read More »

     
  • Winning return for McCoy

    Champion jumps jockey Tony McCoy has made a winning return to action at his first ride back from an injury enforced break. McCoy won aboard Church Field at Ludlow four weeks after suffering broken ribs in a fall at Cheltenham. “It’s nice to be back. You get fairly frustrated and… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin woe triggered drugs ban

    Former Champion jockey Frankie Dettori claims depression caused by Godolphin’s decision to remove him from his role as their top rider was the trigger that led to his drugs ban. The Italian has served a six-month suspension after testing positive for cocaine in France in September and returns to the… Read More »

     
  • Orb draws barrier one for Preakness Stakes 2013

    Kentucky Derby winner Orb has drawn the inside barrier for the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the triple crown. Orb was immediately installed as the even money favourite but trainer Shug McGaughey said he would have preferred not to be on the rail. When asked what his choice would… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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