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UPI Horse Racing Roundup
24 Nov 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Sunday's Japan Cup, the lineup for Hong Kong's biggest day, top-shelf racing in Dubai and big doings on Turkey Day weekend in the United States -- all on tap this week in thoroughbred racing  read full story
Dam of Johannes Vermeer sells for €1.9 Million
24 Nov 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk Inca Princess (Holy Roman Emperor), the dam of Johannes Vermeer and Wednesday's €1.1 million foal sale topper was the star of the show on the opening day of Goffs November Breeding Stock Sale on Thursday when she was sold for €1.9 million  read full story
Tokyo trackwork and Japan Cup media conference - Thursday
24 Nov 2017 | Japan Racing Association David Hayes on Boom Time and former Japan Cup winner Better Loosen Up - 'The similar thing is that both arrived in Japan in very good order and have adjusted to the climate and conditions. So both horses thrived when getting here. Better Loosen Up was a much higher rated horse in Australia than Boom Time but Boom Time is a proven mile and a half horse where Better Loosen Up was a proven 2,000-meter horse.'  read full story
The Doug Watson and Pat Dobbs show dazzles at Meydan
24 Nov 2017 | Dubai Racing Club Doug Watson enjoyed a night he is unlikely to forget at Meydan on Thursday, not only saddling a quartet highlighted by the smooth victory of Cosmo Charlie in the feature, but also bringing up his 500th UAE winner during the course of proceedings.  read full story
Race-riding debut for England legend Michael Owen at Ascot
24 Nov 2017 | Game day has finally arrived for Michael Owen as the former England football star has his first ride in public at Ascot on Friday in the Prince's Countryside Fund Charity Race.  read full story
BHA out to ensure 'robust anti-doping policy' after losing landmark case
24 Nov 2017 | The BHA will seek to amend the rules of racing "to avoid weakening the ability for penalties to be imposed" in anti-doping cases after it suffered defeat in a landmark appeal against a disciplinary panel decision.  read full story
Kennedy hoping Outlander can make him feel at home on first visit to Haydock
24 Nov 2017 | Outlander has already played a significant role in the blossoming career of Jack Kennedy and the jockey is hoping the nine-year-old will make his first visit to Haydock a memorable one in Saturday's Betfair Chase.  read full story
Thistlecrack all set for Newbury comeback over hurdles next week
24 Nov 2017 | Thistlecrack is not only ready to return but also pick up the gauntlet at Grade 2 level over hurdles at Newbury a week on Friday.  read full story
The lowdown on the leading contenders for Haydock's big race
24 Nov 2017 | Six have been declared for the Grade 1 Betfair Chase at Haydock on Saturday, which will be missing Gold Cup winner Sizing John on account of the testing conditions. Stuart Riley provides a lowdown on the key contenders left in the race.  read full story
Second Thought swoops on the All-Weather in Kempton's Listed Hyde Stakes
23 Nov 2017 | All-Weather Championships Second Thought, trained by William Haggas for Liam Sheridan, is a real All-Weather star and his thrilling victory in the £40,000 mile Listed British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes on Polytrack at Kempton Park on Wednesday night means he is unbeaten in five starts on an artificial surface  read full story
Henderson welcomes declaration but still harbours concerns
23 Nov 2017 | Champion jumps trainer Nicky Henderson yesterday applauded the BHA's move to make declaration of wind operations compulsory, saying it was what punters deserve and that greater transparency in racing is essential.  read full story
Gold Cup hero Sizing John out of Betfair Chase due to ground concerns
23 Nov 2017 | Jessica Harrington has been forced to abandon plans to take the wraps off her Gold Cup winner Sizing John in Saturday’s Betfair Chase at Haydock due to a likelihood of very soft ground.  read full story
Betfair Chase set to be gruelling test after ground goes heavy in places
23 Nov 2017 | The Betfair Chase looks set to be run in testing conditions after the ground at Haydock on Wednesday morning was changed to soft, heavy in places, from soft, on the chase course.  read full story
Exciting Debuchet out until Christmas after wind operation
23 Nov 2017 | Last season’s Champion Bumper runner-up Debuchet will not be seen over hurdles until Christmas after trainer Mags Mullins revealed her exciting youngster has had a wind operation.  read full story
BHA braces itself after putting punters first over wind ops move
23 Nov 2017 | A wind of change will sweep across British racing from January 19 after the BHA confirmed trainers will be forced to reveal when a horse is racing for the first time following a breathing operation.  read full story
Weights revealed for Randox Health Becher Chase
23 Nov 2017 | Aintree Racecourse Weights are released today for the £145,000 G3 Randox Health Becher Chase (60 entries) and the £70,000 Grand Sefton Handicap Chase (37 entries), both staged over Aintree's famous Grand National fences on Becher Chase Day, Saturday, December 9. ​  read full story
Tokyo trackwork - Wednesday
22 Nov 2017 | Japan Racing Association Training report of foreign entries for the 37th Japan Cup -Idaho - “He’s a good traveler and the trip here from the quarantine center was no problem—just like he went for a spin in the lorry. The first few days in Japan, he was just settling in and now he seems fine, he took it all well"  read full story
Meydan Racecourse hosts its second meeting of the new season
22 Nov 2017 | Dubai Racing Club The Longines Ladies Master Collection highlights a seven race card in Meydan Racecourse’s second meeting of the new season on Thursday evening. A 1600m rated conditions stakes, it would not appear out of place at the Dubai World Cup Carnival.  read full story
Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Thursday
22 Nov 2017 | Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's meeting at Woodbine on Thursday morning AEST - selections by Jim Bannon - the eight race Australian broadcast commences at 10.45am AEST Thursday on Sky Racing1 and from 1.10pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 2.08pm on Sky Racing2  read full story
Japan Cup (G1) - Preview
22 Nov 2017 | Japan Racing Association The Japan Cup on Sunday at Tokyo Racecourse will see horses representing four nations vie for one of the biggest purses in the world of horse racing - the total purse of the Japan Cup invitational now stands at 648 million yen (over $5.6 million), with 300 million yen going to the winner of the 37th running of the 2,400-meter turf event  read full story
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