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So Mi Dar among stars set to shine on Brigadier Gerard night
24 May 2017 | Racingpost.com So Mi Dar, a leading fancy for last year's Investec Oaks before injury intervened, will start her four-year-old campaign in the Group 3 Brigadier Gerard Stakes, the highlight of Sandown's meeting on Thursday evening.  read full story
Injury rules Seventh Heaven out of Coronation Cup
24 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Seventh Heaven, who had been disputing favouritism for the Investec Coronation Cup at Epsom on Friday week, will miss the Group 1 contest due to a setback and is unlikely to reappear until the autumn.  read full story
26 go forward in Investec Derby
24 May 2017 | Epsom Downs A total of 26 contenders remain engaged in the £1.5 million Investec Derby, the premier Classic and Britain's richest race, at Epsom Downs on Saturday, June 3, after Tuesday's scratchings stage  read full story
Gosden bullish about Derby hope Cracksman after Epsom workout
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com John Gosden was bullish about Cracksman's Derby prospects after the unbeaten son of Frankel was put through his paces at Breakfast With The Stars at Epsom on Tuesday morning.  read full story
Head-Maarek plans return to Chantilly for National Defense
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Criquette Head-Maarek is hoping National Defense can bounce back from a disappointing effort when sent off favourite for the Poule d'Essai des Poulains at Deauville ten days ago.  read full story
Form for Vaal
23 May 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk Form for the meeting at Vaal on Tuesday - the eight race broadcast commences at 8.45pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 10.30pm AEST on Sky Racing1  read full story
Ten Gun Salute (AUS) the big mover in Durban July market
23 May 2017 | By Michael Clower - goldcircle.co.za Ten Gun Salute (AUS) has been cut from 80-1 to 20-1 for the Vodacom Durban July as a result of his surprise win in the Betting World 1900 at Greyville on Friday night.  read full story
African Night Sky impressive
23 May 2017 | By Michael Clower - goldcircle.co.za African Night Sky and Bernard Fayd’Herbe had no problem confirming Winter Guineas form with Our Mate Art and Loadshedder in the Highlands Stud Winter Classic at Kenilworth on Sunday and the Derby on June 24 is odds-on to come next  read full story
Steady Growth Stakes: Third time’s the charm for Keen Gizmo
23 May 2017 | Woodbineracetrack.com  Keen Gizmo, bred and owned by Ivan Dalos (Tall Oaks Farms), made his third Steady Growth Stakes appearance  read full story
Wertheimers call time on career of star miler Solow
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Trainer Freddy Head and owners the Wertheimer brothers have retired crack miler Solow, the winner of five Group 1s during the 2015 season  read full story
'Remarkable' Too Many Diamonds to be given well-earned break
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Too Many Diamonds, who won four races in the space of eight days last week, will be given a rest before continuing his summer campaign for trainer Dan Skelton.  read full story
Mosse the man for big-spending Phoenix Thoroughbreds
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Gerald Mosse has signed as first jockey to Phoenix Thoroughbreds, whose backers hope will soon become a familiar name on racecourses in Britain and abroad after a rash of high-profile purchases at Breeze-Up sales in Europe and the US this spring.  read full story
Racing resumes at Windsor after work on problem bend
23 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Windsor hopes a wet spell will ensure there are no grounds for any safety concerns on Monday, when racing resumes at the track seven days after last week's mid-meeting abandonment.  read full story
O'Brien could have seven Derby runners
22 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Aidan O'Brien could yet have up to seven runners in the Derby, he said on Sunday, with Dee Stakes winner Cliffs Of Moher his number one according to the market, the colt sharing favouritism with Cracksman at 4-1.  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
22 May 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Hopes for another U.S. Triple Crown winner vanished into the clouds Saturday while elsewhere in thoroughbred racing, Japanese-breds Soul Stirring and Yoshida offered promise of future stardom.  read full story
Grizzel, daughter of Kodiac, boots Selene rivals with strong stretch run
22 May 2017 | Woodbineracetrack.com Well-traveled Grizzel, confidently piloted by David Moran, wore down favoured Enstone to take Sunday's Grade 3 $131,300 Selene Stakes, at Woodbine  read full story
Reveley in dreamland as So French proves just so good again
22 May 2017 | Racingpost.com So French fought off the persistent attentions of Perfect Impulse to record back-to-back victories in France's version of the Gold Cup on Sunday, with an elated James Reveley giving the sunbathed crowd an emphatic uppercut salute at the line.  read full story
Caravaggio powers home at Naas
22 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Star juvenile Caravaggio returned with a bang at Naas on Sunday, extending his unbeaten record with an impressive four-and-three-quarter-length victory  read full story
Morrison head girl has 'quite serious injuries'
22 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Hughie Morrison's head girl Barbara Dare, who was kicked in the parade ring at Newbury on Saturday, remained in hospital on Sunday.  read full story
Palmer checking health of team after Galileo flop adds to concerns
22 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Hugo Palmer is to carry out checks of his string for any signs of sickness after a dip in the yard's form included a heavy defeat for stable star Galileo Gold in Saturday's Lockinge Stakes.  read full story
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