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  • McCoy wins first Hennessy Gold Cup

    Champion jumps jockey Tony McCoy has begun the countdown to his retirement with his first victory in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown. Just a day after he announced he would retire at the end of the season, McCoy steered Carlingford Lough to a memorable win for his boss JP… Read More »

     
  • Jumps riding legend AP McCoy to retire

    Legendary jumps jockey Tony McCoy, who has ridden over 4000 winners during a record-breaking career, has announced he will retire at the end of the season. The 40-year-old Northern Irishman, 19-times Britain’s champion jumps jockey, made the announcement minutes after Mr Mole gave him his 200th win of the season… Read More »

     
  • Soriano, Sacred Star dominate at Te Rapa

    Soriano and Sacred Star are now dual Group One winners after weight-for-age victories at Te Rapa. Soriano came with a rails run to take out the International Stakes (2000m), while Sacred Star was too strong in the Waikato Sprint (1400m) later in the day. Soriano had been a perennial placegetter… Read More »

     
  • Star names in bumper National entry

    Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Lord Windermere is among 98 entries for the Grand National at Aintree. Trained by Jim Culloty, Lord Windermere could attempt to become the first horse since L’Escargot and just the third horse to complete the double. L’Escargot won the Cheltenham showpiece in 1970 and 1971 and… Read More »

     
  • New Zealand trainer hit with drugs charges

    Trainer Brett McDonald, the father of top Sydney jockey James McDonald, has been charged with doping offences by the New Zealand Racing Integrity Unit. McDonald and stable foreman Tanya Donaldson were on Wednesday charged with administering Phenylbutazone to four horses who competed at the Ruakaka barrier trials on December 9… Read More »

     
  • Horse float accident claims NZ trainer

    Trainer Steve Anderton has died after an accident at his stables, New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing has confirmed. “The racing community is reeling following the passing in Dunedin Hospital of the respected and popular Wingatui trainer Steve Anderton,” a statement on the governing body’s website said. One of the most prominent… Read More »

     
  • Trainer critical after float accident

    New Zealand racehorse trainer Steve Anderton remains critically injured in hospital after an accident at his stables. Anderton, one of the most prominent trainers at Wingatui, near Dunedin, was found by colleagues trapped under a horse truck ramp early on Monday. He was unloading horses when he was apparently struck… Read More »

     
  • Vercingetorix wins Al Rashidiya in Dubai

    Vercingetorix easily accounted for Godolphin’s True Story to make a most impressive reappearance in the Al Rashidiya at Meydan. Trained by South African maestro Mike de Kock, Vercingetorix won the Group One Jebel Hatta at last year’s Carnival and went on to fill the runner-up spot behind Japanese superstar Just… Read More »

     
  • Possible trip to Dubai for Able Friend

    Dubai not Sydney is the more likely destination for Hong Kong star Able Friend if his owner decides he is to race overseas in the next couple of months. Dr Cornel Li indicated a few weeks ago he would think about a trip to Australia for the $3 million Doncaster… Read More »

     
  • Fifth Irish Champion Hurdle for Hurricane

    Hurricane Fly has landed an historic fifth victory in the Irish Champion Hurdle beating arch rival Jezki at Leopardstown. His win was part of a Grade One double for trainer Willie Mullins with Un De Sceaux taking out the Novice Chase. Many felt retirement could be on the cards for… Read More »

     
  • Last Zabeel yearlings to be sold at Karaka

    Lot 102 may not be the biggest seller on the opening day of the Premier Yearling Sale, but it will be an historic moment nonetheless. The colt out of Organdy from Cambridge Stud’s draft being sold on Monday is the last yearling to go through the ring by Zabeel, the… Read More »

     
  • Racing pioneer Joanna Morgan to retire

    Pioneering female rider and trainer Joanna Morgan plans to stay in racing in some capacity after announcing she is to give up her licence. She is hoping to go out on a high with her last runner, Duchess Andorra, in the snow at St Moritz next month. Morgan, 61, broke… Read More »

     
  • California Chrome the US Horse of the Year

    California Chrome has been named the United Stakes Horse of the Year for his wins in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes, capping his rage to riches story. The offspring of an $8,000 mare and $2,500 stallion, California Chrome also won the award for three-year-old males. “This has been an… Read More »

     
  • Al Shaqab swoop on Toast Of New York

    Powerful owners Al Shaqab Racing have added Breeders’ Cup Classic runner-up Toast Of New York to their star-studded roster. The high-class four-year-old will remain in training with Jamie Osborne, but will in future be ridden by Al Shaqab’s retained jockey, Frankie Dettori. Jamie Spencer had been Toast Of New York’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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