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Will Rumble Inthejungle prove to be money well spent?

Cheveley Park Stud bought Rumble Inthejungle on Wednesday and will be looking for an instant return on their investment as one of the year's leading two-year-olds features in a high-quality field.

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Walton Street has chance to give Raymond Tusk St Leger form a boost

The form of Newbury's Group 3 Geoffrey Freer Stakes will get a thorough working over at Doncaster this week and connections of runner-up and St Leger contender Raymond Tusk will be hoping for a bold show here from Walton Street.

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Battle of the boys as staying sluggers take aim at historic Doncaster Cup

It is time for the men of South Yorkshire to enjoy themselves on Town Moor on Friday, with day three of the William Hill St Leger meeting billed as gentleman’s day in Doncaster.

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Five-strong O'Brien team leads to St Leger being reoffered

Aidan O’Brien’s embarrassment of riches in Saturday’s William Hill St Leger led to the race being reoffered for a further 30 minutes after the declaration deadline of 10am on Thursday.

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Atholl Duncan to take over as Interim BHA Chairman

Atholl Duncan, the current Senior Independent Director of the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) Board, has been appointed to take over as Interim BHA Chairman after Steve Harman steps down from the role on 12 November

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New turf talent to emerge in Breeders’ Cup ‘Win And You’re In’ Summer Stakes

A talented field of 13 two-year-old's will be vying for a guaranteed spot in the Breeders’ Cup later this fall as they face off in Sunday’s co-featured $250,000 Summer Stakes to be raced over one mile of turf at Woodbine Racetrack.

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Strong trade on Wednesday at Keeneland September Sale

Robust competition for thoroughbred racing prospects among a global contingent of buyers continued Wednesday during the third session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale

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My Gal Betty headlines Natalma Stakes

My Gal Betty, who has crossed the wire first in each of her three starts to date, will be looking to raise her game another notch when she steps into Grade 1 company for the $250,000 Natalma Stakes on Sunday at Woodbine Racetrack.

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New Money Honey looks to pad bankroll in Canadian Stakes

Millionaire filly New Money Honey headlines Saturday’s $250,000 Canadian Stakes (Grade 2), Presented by the Japan Racing Association, as one of two distaffers in the field that are trained by turf specialist Chad Brown.

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Johnny Bear, Hawkbill renew rivalry in Grade 1 Northern Dancer Turf

Johnny Bear, who toppled the odds-on English invader Hawkbill here in last year’s Northern Dancer Turf, again will be looking to bring down the talented European invader in Saturday’s renewal of the Grade 1 feature.

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Delta Prince, Oscar Performance and Lord Glitters headline competitive Ricoh Woodbine Mile

Delta Prince, coming off a near miss in Saratoga’s Grade 1 Fourstardave, will be looking for his first Grade 1 score in Saturday’s $800,000 Ricoh Woodbine Mile.

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Mrs Sippy makes Longchamp raid pay off for Simcock and Spencer

The course commentator called it right when he described Mrs Sippy as winning more comfortably than it appeared after Jamie Spencer guided the daughter of Blame to a length-and-a-quarter success.

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Varian looking forward to Park Hill bid with progressive Pilaster

Roger Varian won the St Leger four years ago with Kingston Hill and, while he has nothing for the the world's oldest Classic this year, the Newmarket handler has high hopes of landing the DFS Park Hill Stakes over the same course and distance 48 hours earlier with Pilaster.

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Burke back for more in race he won last year with Laurens

Karl Burke landed the G2 William Hill May Hill Stakes race with subsequent double Group 1-winner Laurens a year ago and is back for another crack with Divinity, who is one of three horses he trains for Cheveley Park Stud.

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Goodwood winner Rumble Inthejungle snapped up by Cheveley Park Stud

Flying Childers favourite Rumble Inthejungle has been bought by Cheveley Park Stud, but will continue to race in the colours of the Rebel Racing Premier syndicate and be trained by Richard Spencer.

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Snow Falcon and Jonathan Moore fend off Saturnas to land Listowel feature

Noel Meade had to sweat it out during a lengthy stewards inquiry before Snow Falcon was confirmed as his first winner of the Guinness Kerry National after holding the challenge of Saturnas by a neck in the biggest prize of the seven-day Listowel festival.

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Gosden confirms Lah Ti Dar for the St Leger on Saturday

John Gosden has confirmed unbeaten filly, and current second favourite, Lah Ti Dar will run in the William Hill St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday.

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Increase in racing-free Sundays and earlier finishing times for evening meetings

An increase in the number of blank Sundays during the summer months and an agreement on earlier finishing times for evening meetings are among the features contained in the Irish Fixture List for 2019, which was published by Horse Racing Ireland on Wednesday.

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$2.4 million War Front colt at Tuesday session of Keeneland September Sale

A colt by War Front from the family of Hall of Famer Rags to Riches became the most expensive thoroughbred yearling to sell anywhere in the world to date this year when he commanded $2.4 million from Coolmore’s M.V. Magnier during Tuesday’s second session of the Keeneland September Yearling Sale.

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Thursday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's All Weather meeting at Woodbine on Thursday morning AEST - selections by Jim Bannon - the eight race Australian broadcast commences at 8.45am AEST Thursday on Sky Racing2, from 9.16am AEST on Sky Racing1.

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