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Juddmonte International: runners and riders as Crystal Ocean heads nine at York

The world's highest-rated horse Crystal Ocean will face eight rivals in the Juddmonte International Stakes at York on Wednesday.

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Unbeaten Logician out to state his St Leger case in the Great Voltigeur

Logician will put his unbeaten record and St Leger credentials on the line against just four rivals in the Sky Bet Great Voltigeur Stakes at York on Wednesday.

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From beating Enable to the £1m Ebor: Raheen House laid out for York handicap

Raheen House, one of only two horses to finish in front of Enable in her stellar career, has been laid out for a crack at the £1 million Sky Bet Ebor at York and was cut to 8-1 from 10-1 with the race sponsors after he featured among the confirmations for Saturday's prize.

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King's Advice favourite as 56 confirmed for £1-million Sky Bet Ebor

Leading ante-post fancies King's Advice and Withhold are among 56 five-day acceptors for the first £1-million Sky Bet Ebor at York on Saturday, August 24.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Higher Power upset the $1 million Pacific Classic at Del Mar while Dunbar Road prevailed as the favourite in the Alabama at Saratoga in the co-features of weekend horse racing.

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Disappointed Paul Mulrennan loses Mabs Cross Nunthorpe ride to Gerald Mosse

Paul Mulrennan has expressed his disappointment at losing the ride on Mabs Cross in the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes on Friday, calling the experience of missing out riding in the Group 1 sprint "character-building".

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Salouen has big shot of landing £1m Ebor pot on handicap bow says bullish Kirk

Sylvester Kirk is excited as he steps his stable star Salouen up in trip in the £1 million Sky Bet Ebor at York on Saturday, the five-year-old's first time in handicap company.

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Coronet records another Group 1 win for Gosden and Dettori in Prix Jean Romanet

Her first Group 1 victory seemed destined to never come but now that Coronet has finally acquired the habit she seems reluctant to return to the role of bridesmaid, comfortably adding the Darley Prix Jean Romanet to last month's Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud score.

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Earthlight 'a Guineas horse for sure' after scintillating Morny success

The Darley Prix Morny usually goes some way to determining champion juvenile honours but it has also been used en route to Classic glory. And after Earthlight roared home in front of Queen Mary heroine Raffle Prize it was Newmarket in May that was preoccupying winning trainer Andre Fabre.

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Step up to Group 1 company on cards for Prix de Pomone winner Dame Malliot

A brilliantly-timed ride from the red-hot Frankie Dettori saw Dame Malliot get up to land the Group 2 Prix de Pomone by a head from the Jane Chapple-Hyam-trained Love So Deep.

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Japanese star Blast Onepiece as short as 16-1 for Arc after Sapporo Kinen win

Blast Onepiece, trained in Japan by Masahiro Otake, was cut to as short as 16-1 for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe after warming up with a neck victory over Sungrazer in the 1m2f Grade 2 Sapporo Kinen under Yuga Kawada.

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Ten Sovereigns and Battaash primed for Nunthorpe showdown at York

Racegoers are set to be treated to a clash of the titans at York after electric sprinters Battaash and Ten Sovereigns were among 13 confirmations for the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes at York on Friday.

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All you need to know as three Royal Ascot winners clash in red-hot Prix Morny

The Darley Prix Morny has a rich history of unearthing generational leaders and this year's race looks well up to the mark, with the winner of the Coventry, Queen Mary and Norfolk Stakes all bidding to add a Group 1 success to their respective royal meeting achievements.

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Terebellum passes Gosden's Opera audition with flying colours

Terebellum put her already promising career in a potentially different light when streaking clear of her rivals to land an impressive victory in the Group 2 Shadwell Prix de la Nonette.

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Marmelo and Christophe Soumillon bid for second Prix Kergorlay success

Popular stayer Marmelo will bid to maintain his impressive record at Deauville in the Prix Kergorlay, a race he won two years ago.

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Gosden has grounds for concern over Coronet's chance in Prix Jean Romanet

Despite admirable consistency throughout her career, it took Coronet 11 bites at the cherry to earn a first Group 1 in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud last month, but with both John Gosden and Frankie Dettori remaining in rampant form the chances of adding a second without further delay appear strong.

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