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Ascot and Taunton off with courses frozen
Racing at Ascot and Taunton has been called off on Saturday with both courses found to be frozen in places during morning inspections read full story
Group 1 glory for Signify (NZ) in Telegraph Handicap
Signify (NZ) (Perfectly Ready), who cost just $5,500 at the 2013 South Island Sale, upstaged a star-studded field of sprinters for a career-defining victory in the Group 1 $250,000 JR & N Berkett Telegraph (1200m) at Trentham on Saturday read full story
All eyes on Miss Frankel
Miss Frankel will be the focus of all attention when she makes her debut in Saturday's Welcome To Kenilworth Maiden Juvenile Plate - the eight race broadcast commences at 10.30pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 11.40pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 12.50am AEST on Sky Racing2 read full story
Ascot clerk warns of threat to Grade 1 meeting
Ascot's Clarence House Chase fixture on Saturday looks long odds-on to be cancelled with frost having already penetrated covers put down on the track earlier this week.  read full story
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Fit and firing, Rapper Dragon is Classic Mile ready
Rapper Dragon is primed for a major role in Sunday’s Sha Tin feature, the Hong Kong Classic Mile. That was the view of the gelding’s trainer John Moore and jockey Joao Moreira after a final pre-race gallop on Friday read full story
Sius on the Derby trail
The Siu family will have double representation in the $HK10m, Hong Kong Classic Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday with the Tony Cruz-trained Super Chic set to take his place for Siu Pak Kwan’s son Edmond Siu. read full story
Moore discusses his seven runners in the Hong Kong Classic Mile
John Moore talks to Edward Sadler about his seven runners in Sunday's Classic Mile including rising stars Rapper Dragon and Beauty Generation  read full story
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Ode To Joy bursts back into song
First-season trainer Ricardo Le Grange sang the praise of Ode To Joy after the gallant gelding made light of the steadier of 59 kilos to claim the $80,000 Open Benchmark 74 race over 1400m on Friday night read full story
Wimbledon leads Duric three-set win
Classy galloper Wimbledon produced a sizzling all-the-way performance in the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1200m on Friday, suddenly opening up a few lofty options in the months ahead read full story
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Weight no anchor for Ecuador (NZ) in Carrington Stakes
Neither weight nor age has anchored Ecuador (NZ) with the seven-year-old High Chaparral gelding winning the listed Tattersall’s Club Carrington Stakes (1400m) under Adam Hyeronimus at Randwick on Saturday carrying 61kg read full story
Three for Tactical Advantage and a double for Cummings
James Cummings enjoyed a winning double at Randwick on Saturday with first two-year-old Exceeds displaying her talent for the rest of the summer and secondly with lightly raced Tactical Advantage making it three wins in succession read full story
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Randwick stewards' report
Racing NSW stewards' report on the Australian Turf Club's Carrington Stakes meeting at Randwick on Saturday - jockey Blake Shinn suspended, misses Breeders' Classic and Apollo Stakes meetings - Hugh Bowman escapes potential Winx losing ride with fine and no suspension, pleaded guilty to a charge under AR137(b) for failing to ride Olympic Academy out to the finish of the race and was fined the sum of $600 read full story
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