International (Archive)

View Current

UPI Horse Racing Roundup

They came from all over the country to contest Saturday's $1 million Grade II Charles Town Classic but it was local boy Runnin'toluvya who beat 'em all at the scenic West Virginia oval

Read More

'He changed my life' - Osborne pays tribute after Toast Of New York is retired

Trainer Jamie Osborne has paid tribute to Breeders' Cup Classic runner-up Toast Of New York, who has been retired – again – aged eight.

Read More

Georgia Dobie flying high after 'miracle' finals day win caps amazing week

Apprentice jockey Georgia Dobie would be the first to admit the last seven days have been out of the ordinary.

Read More

Voix Du Reve leads home a Ryanair Gold Cup one-two for Willie Mullins

Voix Du Reve beat stablemate Real Steel to provide trainer Willie Mullins with a one-two and a second consecutive Ryanair Gold Cup at Fairyhouse.

Read More

Blackmore bags first Grade 1 in Ireland as Honeysuckle slams Fairyhouse rivals

She has done just about everything else over the last few months so it was only right that a first Grade 1 success on home soil should be achieved before her sensational season drew to a close.

Read More

Fabre: Persian King is '90 per cent sure' to skip 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket

Trainer Andre Fabre has underlined his preference to wait for the French equivalent of the 2,000 Guineas with Persian King, rather than head to Newmarket a week on Saturday.

Read More

Honeysuckle 'in great form' with unbeaten record on the line in mares' Grade 1

While the Ryanair Gold Cup is the better known race on Sunday's card, the Mares' Novice Hurdle is likewise a Grade 1 event and, with Honeysuckle, Eglantine Du Seuil and Annie Mc among the 17 declarations, is arguably the most interesting contest of the day.

Read More

Mengli Khan out to follow in the footsteps of Gold Cup hero Al Boum Photo

The Willie Mullins-trained Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Al Boum Photo landed this contest last year, so there are big boots to fill for the five runners on Sunday.

Read More

Too Darn Hot to miss 2,000 Guineas as Gosden team run out of time

European champion juvenile Too Darn Hot was on Saturday ruled out of the Qipco 2,000 Guineas by trainer John Gosden.

Read More

Willie Mullins has high hopes Killultagh Vic can get back to winning ways

Willie Mullins believes this Grade 3 contest presents Killultagh Vic with a big chance of achieving a first win over fences in more than three years.

Read More

Group 2 glory for blue-blooded Lord Arthur

The beautifully bred Lord Arthur (Camelot) took his career to a new level with a spectacular performance in Saturday’s $100,000 Group 2 Valachi Downs Championship Stakes (2100m) at Ellerslie

Read More

UK racing looks ahead to Yarmouth

First things first and a Happy Easter to you all but do spare a thought for all the jockeys around the World who have to give the old chocolate eggs a miss every year to keep their weight down for their careers and the sport we all love.

Read More

Crowds up for UK All-Weather meetings on Friday

Excellent racing and good weather have resulted in tremendous crowds on Friday at the three Arena Racing Company (ARC) courses - total attendance at the ARC courses was 27,500 as against 17,500 in 2018

Read More

Lingfield Park stewards' report

Lingfield Park stewards' report from the All Weather Championships meeting on Friday

Read More

Hannon's 'mate' Oh This Is Us lands biggest ever win

Tom Marquand was effusive in his praise of 5/1 shot Oh This Is Us, who captured the concluding race on £1-million All-Weather Championships Finals Day, the £150,000 Sun Racing All-Weather Mile Championship.

Read More

Matterhorn runs away with Easter Classic

The Mark Johnston-trained Matterhorn caused an upset in the feature race on £1-million All-Weather Championships Finals Day, the £200,000 Betway Easter Classic, overturning the 1/3 favourite Wissahickon.

Read More

France on the scoreboard as Pizzicato wins by a short-head

Christophe Soumillon showed why he is one of the best jockeys in the world with a well-judged ride aboard the well-backed 11/4 favourite Pizzicato in the £150,000 Ladbrokes 3-Y-O All-Weather Championship.

Read More

Kachy certainly can for Dascombe

It was a case of Kachy if you can in the £150,000 Betway All-Weather Sprint as Tom Dascombe's charge produced a blitzkrieg to capture the six-furlong event.

Read More

Heavenly Holly set for Lingfield return on Trials Day after career-best performance

Ryan Moore produced a fine front-running ride aboard 9/1 shot Heavenly Holly to capture the £150,000 Ladbrokes All-Weather Fillies' And Mares' Championship.

Read More

All Star Winners All-Weather Championships 2018/2019 season

All Star Winners All-Weather Championships 2018/2019 season

Read More