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Mutakayyef out for season after damaging ligament at Ascot
19 Jul 2017 | Mutakayyef will not be seen on a racecourse again this season after suffering ligament damage when in the process of landing a second consecutive edition of the Group 2 Summer Mile at Ascot on Saturday.  read full story
Bela to bow out in Champions Cup at Greyville
19 Jul 2017 | By Michael Clower - The Justin Snaith trained Bela-Bela will end her racing career in the Grade 1 Champions Cup (1800m) at Greyville on Saturday, July 29th  read full story
Howells, Drier neck and neck in KZN title race
19 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - The battle for the KZN Champion Trainer’s title is down to the wire and with just five meetings left to the end of the current season it is still touch-and-go between Duncan Howells and defending champion Dennis Drier  read full story
Tuite and Hannon targeting Newbury's Super Sprint on Saturday
18 Jul 2017 | Newbury Racecourse Run over five furlongs and inaugurated in 1991, the feature £250,000 Weatherbys Super Sprint is an innovative race for two-year-olds who were sold or bought in as yearlings by public auction at 'specified sales'  read full story
Delpech is still lining them up
18 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - Anthony Delpech is 38 winners ahead of nearest rival Gavin Lerena in the South African National Jockey’s championship and is likely to add to his tally at The Vaal on Tuesday  read full story
Churchill confirmed for Ribchester clash in Sussex
18 Jul 2017 | The Duel on the Downs is on after Aidan O'Brien confirmed his dual Guineas hero Churchill will take on Lockinge and Queen Anne winner Ribchester in a Goodwood clash that has everything.  read full story
Dettori takes more time out with troublesome shoulder injury
18 Jul 2017 | Frankie Dettori has confirmed he will be taking it easy for the next fortnight to recover properly from a shoulder injury so that he will be primed for Glorious Goodwood.  read full story
George to skip rematch with Orange in favour of autumn campaign
18 Jul 2017 | Big Orange's task of winning a third Goodwood Cup – and the first renewal under its new Group 1 status – was made vastly easier on Monday when Aidan O'Brien revealed Ascot Gold Cup victim Order Of St George will not line up in the new day-one feature of next month's Glorious meeting  read full story
Goodwood's ties with Qatar unaffected despite political unrest, states track
18 Jul 2017 | Goodwood on Monday made a firm and public commitment to its relationship with Qatar, with the course's general manager Alex Eade stating its partnership had not been affected by recent developments in the Middle East.  read full story
Marinaresco confirmed for Champions Cup at Greyville
18 Jul 2017 | By Michael Clower - Cape Town trainer Candice Bass-Robinson has confirmed that Marinaresco will contest the Grade 1 WSB Champions Cup at Greyville on Saturday July 29, Day One of the Gold Cup Festival of Racing  read full story
Dods has Time on his side in Saturday's Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury
18 Jul 2017 | Newbury Racecourse Michael Dods is set to run unbeaten filly Time Trail in the £250,000 Weatherbys Super Sprint, the highlight of the seven-race card at Newbury on Weatherbys Super Sprint Day  read full story
Wish you were here to see Pink Lloyd’s fourth straight stakes score
18 Jul 2017 | Pink Lloyd, under regular rider Eurico Rosa da Silva, earned his fourth consecutive added-money crown after taking Sunday's $140,000 Grade 3 Vigil Stakes, at Woodbine  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
17 Jul 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Songbird continued her flight of conquest with a hard-earned victory in a highlight of American weekend racing while Enable, Harry Angel, Shakeel and Roly Poly earned victories on the international front.  read full story
Sheikh Mohammed instigates return of the maroon and white
17 Jul 2017 | The famous maroon and white silks synonymous with so many turf champions, including Oh So Sharp, Pebbles and Singspiel, are being brought back to Britain's racecourses by Sheikh Mohammed.  read full story
Duchess Stakes fit for a Tulsa Queen
17 Jul 2017 | Tulsa Queen, under Mario Pino, didn’t have a lot of room to work with in Saturday's $101,200 Duchess Stakes, at Woodbine, but managed to squeeze through late to take all the spoils.  read full story
Songbird wins again - but not like a 1-20 shot should
17 Jul 2017 | Sent off a 1-20 shot against what looked to be a bunch of vastly inferior rivals,Songbird duly won the Delaware Handicap to record her ninth Grade 1 victory, and her 13th career success from 14 starts  read full story
Enable among best of generation but more is needed to take Arc
17 Jul 2017 | Enable confirmed her status as queen of the fillies with an emphatic victory in the Irish Oaks and connections are understandably raising their sights to taking on the colts.  read full story
Prix Maurice de Gheest nominated as option for Caravaggio
17 Jul 2017 | Caravaggio, who lost his unbeaten record when fourth in the July Cup at Newmarket on Saturday, might have his next race in France, Aidan O'Brien revealed on Sunday.  read full story
Bull Valley and Tarry take Mercury Sprint
17 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - Bull Valley and Sean Tarry – they got the ear and tail in bull fighting terms - as the gelded son of Toreador threw his hat into the ring for Equus Sprinter of the Year honours with a thoroughly workmanlike victory in the Grade 1 Mercury Sprint (1200m) at Greyville on Saturday  read full story
Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Sunday
16 Jul 2017 | Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's meeting at Woodbine on Sunday - selections by Jim Bannon - the 10 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian EDT.  read full story
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