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Mallyon and McEvoy contest 2017 World All-Star Jockeys at Sapporo
09 Aug 2017 | Japan Racing Association This year’s World All-Star Jockeys welcomes six jockeys from France, Canada, Australia, Hong Kong and United Kingdom in joining one NAR jockey and seven JRA jockeys in their bid for the title - Kate Mallyon and Kerrin McEvoy from Australia  read full story
Weld's Eziyra lands second Group 3 success in feature event at Cork
09 Aug 2017 | Dermot Weld has endured a trying campaign by his own high standards but he enjoyed a belated first triumph of the domestic season at Group level when Eziyra ran out a decisive winner of the Group 3 Give Thanks Stakes (2400m) at Cork on Tuesday  read full story
Permian gearing up for Secretariat Stakes at Arlington
09 Aug 2017 | Permian, winner of the Dante and King Edward VII Stakes and so narrowly beaten in the Grand Prix de Paris last time, has travelled to the States to bid for an overdue top-level success in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes at Arlington on Saturday.  read full story
Comeback queen Turner replaces Gordon in Shergar Cup
09 Aug 2017 | Hayley Turner has replaced Josephine Gordon in the Girls team for this Saturday's Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup at Ascot.  read full story
Henderson and Nicholls welcome shake-up to novice chase system
09 Aug 2017 | A raft of changes to the novice chase programme, long regarded as racing's most troubled division, have been welcomed by Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls after they were unveiled on Tuesday in a new BHA initiative.  read full story
Ivory horse fails dope test after embarrassing leak
08 Aug 2017 | Dean Ivory said on Monday that he had been left very embarrassed after a member of his staff was found to have caused one of his horses to fail a dope test by urinating in its stable.  read full story
Churchill set for York as stablemate Caravaggio returns 'very sore'
08 Aug 2017 | Dual Classic winner Churchill is poised to step up in trip and take on his elders in the £1 million Juddmonte International Stakes at York a fortnight on Wednesday, trainer Aidan O'Brien has revealed.  read full story
Ivory gives Dash option to Lancelot Du Lac
08 Aug 2017 | As well as Craig David, All Saints and Feeder, Ascot racegoers could see another rock star this Saturday, with last weekend's Stewards' Cup winner Lancelot Du Lac given an entry for the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup meeting.  read full story
Paddy Power Betfair shares slump as CEO Corcoran reveals departure
08 Aug 2017 | Shares in Paddy Power Betfair went on the slide on Monday after it was revealed that Breon Corcoran was stepping down as CEO after 16 years with the business.  read full story
Corcoran to step down as Paddy Power Betfair CEO
07 Aug 2017 | Breon Corcoran to step down as Paddy Power Betfair CEO Paddy Power Betfair with Peter Jackson replacing him at the head of the company  read full story
A Summer Sunday Nandi Stakes Win
07 Aug 2017 | The timing could not have been more perfect for Summer Sunday to pick up her first stakes victory - a beautiful summer Sunday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack was the scene of her $125,000 Nandi Stakes conquest in which she defeated a field of two-year-old Ontario-sired fillies  read full story
Be Vewy Vewy Quiet triumphs in Clarendon
07 Aug 2017 | Even-money favourite Be Vewy Vewy Quiet and jockey Sheena Ryan were victorious in the $125,000 Clarendon Stakes for Ontario-bred two-year-old's on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack.  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
07 Aug 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Gun Runner did his job perfectly in the Grade I Whitney at Saratoga, moving one step closer to another shot at Arrogate in the Breeders' Cup Classic this fall at Del Mar.  read full story
Faaltless wins second Garden City Trophy
07 Aug 2017 | New Zealand Bloodstock Faaltless (Faltaat) took his prizemoney earnings past S$500,000 with a second win in the S$200,000 Listed Garden City Trophy (1200m) at Kranji on Sunday  read full story
Fahey not ruling out Deauville trip for 'bouncing' Ribchester
07 Aug 2017 | Richard Fahey is not ruling out a crack at Sunday’s Group 1 Prix Jacques le Marois with stable star Ribchester, who despite suffering a shock defeat in treacherous conditions in Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes at Goodwood, is reported to be “bouncing” back at Fahey’s North Yorkshire base.  read full story
Peslier takes the long way home with a spare Ryde en route
07 Aug 2017 | When Olivier Peslier drove Tayf to success by a nose in the £200,000 Qatar International Stakes for purebred Arabians at Goodwood on Wednesday he was probably expecting to be back in Deauville for dinner.  read full story
A new top-level winner for Pivotal as Brando takes centre stage
07 Aug 2017 | Brando and Tom Eaves swept aside a host of more fancied sprinting names including Caravaggio to win the Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest by half a length.  read full story
Bateel continues her ascent at the expense of Abingdon
07 Aug 2017 | Bateel (Francis Graffard/Pierre-Charles Boudot) was sent to be trained in France by owners Al Asayl Bloodstock because of her predilection for soft ground.  read full story
Break on the cards as 'quiet' Caravaggio disappoints again
07 Aug 2017 | Martyn Meade was rewarded for the bold decision to turn out Aclaim just five days after the four-year-old failed to figure in the Lennox Stakes at Goodwoood with a fine second under Olivier Peslier.  read full story
No joy for Wuheida as Schiergen steals Oaks show yet again
07 Aug 2017 | Godolphin's Wuheida, the only Group 1 winner in the field and the one to beat according to her connections and those of her rivals, could manage only third in the German Oaks behind Lacazar, who provided Peter Schiergen with his fourth win in the race.  read full story
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