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York's Dante Stakes the highlight of another week of Derby Festival pointers
17 May 2017 | Epsom Downs Racecourse The Investec Derby Festival gets underway in just over a fortnight and the trials season moves onwards to York this week, with the three-day Dante Festival.  read full story
Let It Flow to be watched closely at Turffontein
16 May 2017 | By David Thiselton - goldcircle.co.za Turffontein Inside track has an eight race meeting on Tuesday and three of the Pick 6 legs are fillies and mares handicaps, so some healthy exotic dividends are on the cards  read full story
La Favourari to the fore at Kenilworth
16 May 2017 | By Michael Clower - goldcircle.co.za La Favourari made it three off the reel in the Royal Horse Pinnacle Stakes at Kenilworth on Sundaybut only after the race turned into a farce of theatre proportions.  read full story
'Silva’ gives good July Value in preparation for Betting World 1900
16 May 2017 | By David Thiselton - goldcircle.co.za Vodacom Durban July watchers will be on tenterhooks throughout this week in the build up to one of the most important pointers to the big race, the R400,000, Grade 2 Betting World 1900 which will be run on Friday night at Greyville  read full story
BHA announces new executive team structure
16 May 2017 | British Horseracing Authority Following discussions between Nick Rust, Chief Executive and several senior executives about how best to structure the BHA executive team to meet the organisation's strategic objectives, reduce the Chief Executive’s number of direct reports and save costs, the BHA on Monday announced changes  read full story
Trainers take different views on opening Curragh weekend
16 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Veteran trainer Kevin Prendergast has praised the efforts of the Curragh after the track held its first fixtures amid the two-year €65 million redevelopment programme, but fellow trainer Ger Lyons still believes it was wrong to allow racing to continue.  read full story
Morning blues remain but ITV4 gains first rating win over C4
16 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Racing on ITV4 posted a figure bigger than that achieved by Channel 4 on a corresponding day for the first time on Saturday.  read full story
Cracksman camp express Derby doubts as Dante draws near
16 May 2017 | Racingpost.com The prospect of a Betfred Dante Stakes big on both quality and quantity has served to suppress the enthusiasm of favourite Cracksman's connections, who remain unconvinced the embryonic star charged with following in the footsteps of Golden Horn will run in the Investec Derby.  read full story
Galileo Gold and Ribchester headline Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes
16 May 2017 | Newbury Racecourse Star four-year-olds Galileo Gold and Ribchester headline 12 confirmations for the £350,000 Group One Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes (3.30pm) at Newbury on Al Shaqab Lockinge Day, Saturday, May 20.  read full story
Godolphin Oaks hope Sobetsu to skip Epsom for Diane bid
16 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Sobetsu, generally a 10-1 shot for the Investec Oaks, will instead run in France's Prix de Diane.  read full story
Shutter Speed faces four in Oaks prep on Knavesmire
15 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Investec Oaks third favourite Shutter Speed is set to face four rivals when she goes on trial for Epsom in the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York on Wedenesday.  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
15 May 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Always Dreaming continues to dream of the U.S. Triple Crown while preparing for Saturday's Preakness Stakes but, across the Atlantic, the Derby picture remained in soft focus after weekend races on both sides of the Channel.  read full story
Ballade Stakes: Rock you like a Blurricane
15 May 2017 | Woodbineracetrack.com Blurricane blew by her rivals late to spring the upset in Sunday’s $125,400 Ballade Stakes at Woodbine  read full story
Front-running Yorkton impressive in winning Queenston Stakes
15 May 2017 | Woodbineracetrack.com Yorkton made the fourth start of his season the most memorable of his career, notching his first added-money score in taking Saturday’s $125,000 Queenston Stakes, at Woodbine  read full story
Singapore star War Affair (NZ) dead-heats in Saas Fee Stakes
15 May 2017 | New Zealand Bloodstock In his first start for almost eight months Karaka graduate War Affair (NZ) (O’Reilly) made a triumphant comeback with a dead-heat win in Sunday’s S$200,000 Listed Saas Fee Stakes (1400m) at Kranji  read full story
Acapulco proves too hot to handle on O'Brien debut
15 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Acapulco made the perfect start to life with Aidan O'Brien when making her class tell in the Listed Sole Power Sprint Stakes at the Curragh.  read full story
Rouget relief as Brametot pulls out the stops for Classic strike
15 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Brametot dug deep under a determined Cristian Demuro to wear down Le Brivido in an epic finish in the Group 1 Abu Dhabi Poule d'Essai des Poulains (1600m) (3yo Colts) at Deauville on Sunday providing his trainer Jean-Claude Rouget with an enormous lift following hard on the heels of what he has recently described as “the worst week of my career.”  read full story
Godolphin grab more Group 1 glory with Sobetsu
15 May 2017 | Racingpost.com Sobetsu provided a second boost to Godolphin’s Epsom hopes in as many days when running away with the Group 1 The Gurkha Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary (2000m) (3yo Fillies) at Deauville on Sunday on her first start since failing to handle the fast ground at Newmarket in the Fillies' Mile last October.  read full story
Weld strikes again as Zhukova dismisses US rivals
15 May 2017 | Racingpost.com The Dermot Weld stable made a triumphant return to the scene of one of its greatest triumphs as Zhukova (John Velazquez) overwhelmed her US-trained rivals for a six-length success in the Man o'War, giving rise to hopes of a long overdue Breeders' Cup success for her pioneering trainer.  read full story
Admire Lead dismisses favorites to claim Victoria Mile title
14 May 2017 | Japan Racing Association Four-year-old Admire Lead captured her first grade-race victory in this year’s Victoria Mile at Tokyo on Sunday after being sent off sixth favorite in a field of 17, putting away three G1 champions.  read full story
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