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Promising RB Money To Burn stays ablaze with Abu Dhabi Championship victory

Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club staged its penultimate meeting of 2018 on Sunday with half of the six races dedicated to 3-year-old Purebred Arabians, including the featured 1600m Abu Dhabi Championship (Listed PA), won in determined fashion by RB Money To Burn.

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Sunday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's 14 race programme at Woodbine on Sunday - selections by Jim Bannon - the 11 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian EDT, 5.00am AEST Monday in Australia. Races 7 to 12 are broadcast on Sky Racing commencing at 8.07am AEST Monday morning on Sky Racing2 and from 9.39am AEST on Sky Racing1

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Saturday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's 11 race programme at Woodbine on Saturday - selections by Jim Bannon - the 11 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian EDT, 5.00am AEST Sunday in Australia. Races 7 to 10 are broadcast on Sky Racing commencing at 8.07am AEST Sunday morning on Sky Racing2.

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Osborne blasts jockeys as Deauville abandons due to icy conditions

Jamie Osborne launched a stinging attack on the jockeys riding at Deauville on Saturday after he was among a number of British and Irish trainers left high and dry after officials abandoned the meeting after just two races.

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Dublin Chase at Leopardstown upgraded to Grade 1

Leopardstown's Christmas meeting may be just around the corner, but the festive cheer will continue right through to February after the two mile Ladbrokes Dublin Chase received elevation to Grade 1 status and a €25,000 prize-money boost.

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Frodon creates history with brilliant Caspian Caviar Gold Cup victory

Frodon became only the second dual winner of the G3 Caspian Caviar Gold Cup (1.55pm) with a tremendous weight-carrying performance in the feature £130,000 handicap chase on day two of The International at Cheltenham.

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Stargazer has better luck at Newcastle

Stargazer came from off the pace to completely change expectations in today's competitive Fast-Track Qualifier, the £25,000 Betway Stayers Conditions Race, over an extended two miles on Tapeta at Newcastle.

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Bois De Boulonge snatches Sharjah feature

Sharjah Equestrian and Racing Club staged their penultimate fixture of 2018 on Saturday afternoon, highlighted by the only Thoroughbred race, the HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum Cup, in which Bois De Boulogne snatched what had, for much of the race, appeared a most unlikely victory.

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Valuable stakes win for Belle du Nord (NZ)

With a classy come-from-behind performance in Saturday’s $100,000 Cal Isuzu Stakes (1600m) at Te Rapa, Karaka graduate Belle du Nord (NZ) (Reliable Man) claimed a valuable Group 2 win to sit alongside her multiple big-race placings.

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Basateen tops Carnival hopefuls in Aby Dhabi meeting

Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club stages its penultimate meeting of 2018 on Sunday, officially highlighted by the Abu Dhabi Championship (PA Listed), but also featuring a quality 2400m handicap, the only Thoroughbred contest on the six race card and containing a handful of Dubai World Cup Carnival aspirants.

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Draco maintains the magic with Jebel Ali feature win

The penultimate Jebel Ali fixture of 2018 on Friday afternoon, a 1600m conditions race restricted to 3-year-olds, was won emphatically by Draco, who was never headed under Chris Hayes

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The New One out to make history in International Hurdle at Cheltenham

Admirable 10-year-old The New One bids for an unprecedented fourth victory in the £140,000 G2 Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham on Saturday, day two of The International, in what could be his final racecourse appearance.

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Tom Kerr succeeds Bruce Millington at the helm of the Racing Post

Tom Kerr has been appointed the new editor of the Racing Post and group racing director replacing Bruce Millington, who stepped down on Friday after 11 years at the helm.

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Cogry heads double for team Twiston-Davies on day one of The International

The International got underway at Cheltenham today with a seven-race programme running from 12.10pm through to 3.40pm. It was a great day for local trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies, who enjoyed a 39/1 double. Both winners were partnered to victory by his son Sam.

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UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview

A relatively slow week in the racing world finds a spark of excitement in Florida, where Audible preps for the Pegasus World Cup on a stakes-rich card at Gulfstream Park

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Friday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's 10 race programme at Woodbine on Friday - selections by Jim Bannon - the 10 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian EDT, 5.00am AEST Saturday in Australia. Races 7 to 10 are broadcast on Sky Racing commencing at 8.07am AEST Saturday morning on Sky Racing2 and from 9.09am AEST on Sky Racing1.

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Laurina to miss Cheltenham on Saturday due to ground concerns

Laurina, who had been favourite for Saturday's Grade 2 Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham, will miss the race because of unsuitable ground, her trainer Willie Mullins revealed on Thursday.

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Authority calls for $424 million rebuild of Pimlico racecourse

Maryland Stadium Authority's completed study on the future of Pimlico racecourse, expected to be released in full later on Thursday, will lay out a plan that includes the demolition and rebuilding of the Baltimore racetrack at a price tag of $424 million.

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Al Ain double for Ffrench, but Inthar takes feature for Pinheiro

Al Ain staged their final meeting of 2018 on Thursday, highlighted by a 2000m Purebred Arabian handicap which was won in determined fashion by Inthar, something of a surprise winner, driven clear by Bernardo Pinheiro for Khalifa Al Neyadi who both owns and trains the winner.

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Frodon & Baron Alco top excellent 15 runners in Caspian Caviar Gold Cup

A field of 15 is set to go to post for the £130,000 Caspian Caviar Gold Cup, the G3 handicap chase highlight staged over an extended two and a half miles of the New Course at Cheltenham on day two of The International on Saturday

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