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  • Treve misses out on third Arc win

    Frankie Dettori rode Golden Horn to victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on Sunday, dashing the hopes for a record third win for Treve. Winning Europe’s most prestigious horse race for a fourth time, Dettori hit the front early going down the back straight and never… Read More »

  • Cirrus Des Aigles fails on firm ground

    Cirrus Des Aigles has had to settle for fifth place in his failed bid to claim a fourth Prix Dollar at Longchamp. The Corine Barande-Barbe-trained gelding found the firm ground against him on Saturday as he failed to match the acceleration of the winner Free Port Lux, who gave Treve’s… Read More »

  • Head-Maarek feels no pressure before Arc

    For someone who stands on the brink of history in, trainer Criquette Head-Maarek cuts a relatively calm figure. The French handler could be excused for showing signs of nerves as she prepares her superstar Treve for a tilt at a record-breaking third successive win in Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de… Read More »

  • Treve draws barrier eight for Arc

    French star Treve will jump from barrier eight for her pursuit of an historic third victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. The Criquette Head-Maarek-trained five-year-old came from 15 to win in 2013 and from three to defend her crown 12 months ago. With a retirement decision… Read More »

  • Notlistenin’tome wins Hong Kong Group 3

    Former Sydney sprinter Not Listenin’tome has won the first Group race of the Hong Kong season, taking out the National Day Cup at Sha Tin. Not Listenin’tome accounted for several of Hong Kong’s best straight track runners to win Thursday’s 1000m sprint by two lengths over Super Jockey. Formerly trained… Read More »

  • Treve easing in betting for third Arc

    Punters are cooling towards Treve ahead of her bid for an unprecedented third win in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. The French mare has eased to odds against with bookmakers pushing her out to 11-10 with the expectation she could get bigger in the market still, with the ground… Read More »

  • Maurus ready for Group One assignment

    Trainer David Vandyke is chasing his first Group One win in the Metropolitan, a race that has proved frustrating in recent years. The Vandyke-trained Lamasery, finished third in 2011 and fifth in 2012 while Prince Cheri was the unplaced favourite two years ago. Maurus has drawn a middle gate at… Read More »

  • Frankel filly fetches high price at Goffs

    A Frankel filly out of champion race mare Alexander Goldrun has fetched STG1.7 million ($A3.69 million) on the opening day of the Goffs sale. Michael Wallace, representing the China Horse Club, was the successful bidder. “She was very obvious. Frankel doesn’t need explaining to anyone and being out of a… Read More »

  • Thierry Jarnet oozing confidence in Treve

    Treve’s jockey Thierry Jarnet has dismissed claims from Golden Horn’s owner Anthony Oppenheimer his star colt can easily beat the mare in her bid for a third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Speaking to At The Races, Oppenheimer was confident his Derby, Eclipse and Irish Champion Stakes winner Golden Horn… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore third on comeback from injury

    Star jockey Ryan Moore has finished third aboard Peterhof in his return from injury at Newmarket. The winner of three British championships and many other races around the world including the 2014 Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup, Moore made his comeback on Thursday. He had been sidelined since July 9… Read More »

  • Bondi Beach demoted to second in St Leger

    Bondi Beach has lost his St Leger win but cannot be re-handicapped for the Melbourne Cup. The British Horse Racing Authority has reversed the stewards’ decision to demote the Ralph Beckett-trained Simple Verse to second for interference in the Group One race at Doncaster. The margin between Simple Verse and… Read More »

  • Ryan Moore back in action after injury

    Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winning jockey Ryan Moore will return to action at Newmarket having been sidelined for more than two months with a neck injury. The three-time British champion jockey rode work at Newmarket on Wednesday morning for the first time since injuring his neck in a barrier… Read More »

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