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Glorious Journey relishes return to seven furlongs to land Hungerford Stakes

The well-backed Glorious Journey earned his most significant win when landing the Group 2 Unibet Hungerford Stakes, which could lead to an even bigger target at Longchamp in Octobe

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UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview

Seeking the Soul headlines the biggest event of weekend horse racing, the $1 million Grade I Pacific Classic at Del Mar, with a Breeders' Cup Classic "Win and You're In" berth on the line.

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UK Racing looks at Newbury this weekend

Adonijah has always been held in very high regard at the Henry Candy yard and as he still holds a St Leger entry, the mile and a half maiden at 4.10pm should be little more than a prep race.

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Tougher test than expected for Enable as Magical is added to Yorkshire Oaks

Enable will not have things all her own way in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks next Thursday as old adversary Magical has been supplemented for the 1m4f Group 1.

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Key questions and hot views as Sir Dancelot bids to hang on to Hungerford crown

Sir Dancealot attempts to become the first back-to-back winner of the Hungerford Stakes since Jimmy Reppin 50 years ago when he takes on seven rivals in the Unibet-sponsored Group 2.

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Terebellum out to extend strong recent British record in fillies' feature

British trainers have won the prestigious fillies' feature in two of the past four years and are double-handed this time around with the contrasting pair Terebellum and Divine Image.

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Buckhurst lands Royal Whip for Joseph O'Brien as Sir Dragonet disappoints

All eyes were on Derby fifth Sir Dragonet in the Group 3 Royal Whip Stakes but Aidan O'Brien's charge disappointed as Buckhurst fended off Leo De Fury in a thrilling finish, earning him quotes of 14-1 (from 20) for the St Leger.

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Weld and O'Brien bid to continue Group 3 Give Thanks Stakes domination

History could repeat itself at Cork on Saturday as Dermot Weld and Aidan O'Brien seek to continue their remarkable recent records in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Give Thanks Stakes.

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Frankel colt Juan Elcano out to boost 2,000 Guineas claims in Denford Stakes

The exciting Juan Elcano will look to join a star-studded roll of honour to claim this Listed prize as Kevin Ryan looks forward to unleashing his smart juvenile prospect.

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Hopes high as Morando drops in class for Geoffrey Freer after Group 1 missions

Andrew Balding is expecting a drop in class and optimum conditions to give Morando a perfect chance to get back to winning ways, as the soft ground specialist takes on a select field in this Group 3 contest.

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Nassau heroine Deirdre set to become first Japanese-trained runner in Ireland

There will be an international flavour to the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown next month as Japanese star Deirdre is set to be aimed at the race following her victory in the Nassau Stakes at the Qatar Goodwood festival.

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Prix Robert Papin winner A'Ali set for return to Deauville for Morny

Norfolk Stakes and Prix Robert Papin scorer A’Ali is set for another French foray on Sunday when returning to Deauville to contest the Group 1 Darley Prix Morny.

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O'Brien family make up all the numbers in sizzling St Leger Trial

Now this is what you call keeping it in the family. A Group 3, worth €100,000 in prize-money, and only the O'Briens are involved. Joseph is responsible for two thirds of the field and his father, Aidan, has the remaining third.

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Charlton eyes Irish Champion with 'proper horse' Headman after Deauville triumph

It might be typically discrete of the French to stage a €400,000 race midweek and content themselves with Group 2 status but, make no mistake, Headman is a winner out of the top drawer.

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Madhmoon eclipses rivals to win Desmond Stakes for Prendergast

Madhmoon landed the Group 3 Desmond Stakes in impressive fashion to secure his first win of the season under Chris Hayes.

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Harrington hails 'brilliant' Jezki as 2014 Champion Hurdle winner is retired

Jezki, the 2014 Champion Hurdle winner who was part of a golden era of two-mile hurdlers in the middle of this decade, has been retired after winning 16 of his 39 races and earning over €1 million in prize-money.

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Aidan O'Brien: Sir Dragonet is in a lovely place mentally and physically

There was a moment about two furlongs from home in the Investec Derby when the Aidan O'Brien-trained Sir Dragonet looked as if he might be the next big thing.

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Kevin Prendergast: Madhmoon couldn't be better with Irish Champion the goal

Madhmoon returns to a mile and drops in class as Kevin Prendergast hopes his Derby runner-up will book his ticket to the Irish Champion Stakes in style.

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Accidental Agent out to capture first victory since Royal Ascot last year

Accidental Agent steps out of Group 1 and Group 2 company for the first time in over a year in a bid to get his head in front for the first time since his memorable surprise win in last year's Queen Anne at Royal Ascot.

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Nunthorpe fancy Ten Sovereigns gets green light to take on Battaash

Watch your back, Battaash. There is a whippersnapper sprinter out to get you at York after Aidan O'Brien revealed explosive July Cup winner, Ten Sovereigns, is on course for a crack at the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes on Friday week.

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