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Dettori delighted as he moves into fifth place on all-time winners' list

Frankie Dettori, propelled to superstardom thanks to his Magnificent Seven at Ascot in 1996, recorded another milestone in his fabulous career at the track on Friday night when the victory of Stream The Stars edged him past Doug Smith as the fifth winningmost jockey in the history of British Flat racing.

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Turner delight as she lands Victoria Cup for Elsworth

Hayley Turner was back in the big time as she pulled off a daring hold-up ride with gusto to scoop the £65,000 first prize aboard Ripp Orf in the totescoop6 Victoria Cup at Ascot.

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Knight shines from the front under Kingscote as Gardens fails to bloom

Harry Dunlop is entitled to dream of the Classic success that has punctuated the distinguished careers of his father John and brother Ed after Knight To Behold ran riot in the Betfred Derby Trial and came home three and a quarter lengths clear of odds-on Ballydoyle hope Kew Gardens.

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Perfect Clarity as short as 10-1 for Oaks after smooth success for delighted Cox

Clive Cox is looking forward to a serious crack at the Investec Oaks with Perfect Clarity, who was slashed to as short as 10-1 in a place and no bigger than 20-1 (from 50), after decisively winning the Betfred Mobile Oaks Trial.

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Tomelilla dominant in Rotorua Stakes

Tomelilla (NZ) (Tavistock) has delivered a return on her $15,000 purchase price at the 2014 Festival Sale at Karaka, capped by a valuable win in Saturday’s $70,000 Group 3 ISCL Rotorua Stakes (1400m) at Arawa Park.

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Weld pitches impressive maiden winner Jaega in at the deep end

Jaega, a decisive winner on testing ground on her debut at Leopardstown last month, faces five rivals in this event named after her trainer Dermot Weld's first Classic winner, Blue Wind, who won the Epsom and Irish Oaks in 1981.

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O'Brien's Flattering faces quicker conditions than for easy debut win

Aidan O'Brien tends to be the first trainer punters turn to in the Classic trials, and many will look no further than Flattering in the trial her stable took with subsequent Irish and Yorkshire Oaks winner Seventh Heaven two years ago.

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Disappointed Saeed Bin Suroor bemoans lack of quality among his three-year-olds

The aftershocks of last year's Godolphin power struggle are still causing tremors within Saeed Bin Suroor's yard, with the trainer searching for star potential among his Classic crop and admitting: "The three-year-old's aren't that good at all."

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Stars Group post strong first quarter results ahead of Sky Bet acquisition

Canadian gaming giant The Stars Group demonstrated on Friday why they are in a position to acquire Sky Bet in a whopping £3.4 billion deal when posting strong results for the first quarter of 2018.

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Fahey delighted with Forest Ranger success as Eminent flops

Richard Fahey described the Huxley Stakes as a "delightful watch" after Forest Ranger's commanding success but the viewing pleasure would not have been shared by Martyn Meade as stable star and 8-13 favourite Eminent trailed home last of the five finishers at Chester on Friday

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Magic day for Mr Chester Marwan Koukash as he wins a fourth Cup

He may not have been allowed to carry out his threat to strip off in victory but otherwise the day could not have gone much better for the man who calls himself 'Mr Chester'.

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Victoria Mile (G1) - Preview

The Japan Racing Association continues to roll out its big races, with one every week at Tokyo Racecourse through the first Sunday in June. On the heels of the Tenno Sho (Spring) and the 3-year-olds’ NHK Mile Cup and just before the spring classics comes the Victoria Mile on Sunday,

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Breeders' Cup moves all two-year-old races to 'Furture Stars Friday'

The Breeders’ Cup on Thursday announced a new race schedule for the 35th Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky on November 2-3, 2018

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UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview

The racing world turns its eyes to Baltimore this week, looking for any competition for Kentucky Derby winner Justify in the May 19 Preakness. But the big on-track action is at Belmont Park.

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Canada’s reigning Horse of the Year Pink Lloyd aims for 10th straight win

All eyes will be on Entourage Stable’s star Pink Lloyd in Sunday’s $100,000 New Providence Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack as he looks to extend his stakes win streak into the double-digits for Hall of Fame trainer Robert Tiller.

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The latest LONGINES World's Best Racehorse rankings

With her dominating victory in the LONGINES Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1), Winx (AUS) [130] is now alone at the top of the third edition of the LONGINES World’s Best Racehorse Rankings for 2018.

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Meeting called off at Lyon Parilly after four horses fall on the flat

French racing suffered its second ground-related drama in a week when stewards were forced to call off the main Flat meeting on Thursday following the falls of four horses in the day's big betting handicap at Lyon Parilly.

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Idaho forces O'Brien rethink with power-packed Ormonde victory

The meticulous Ballydoyle trainer arrived at Chester with a plan already mapped out for Idaho, but after an impressive display of staying power from the Ryan Moore-ridden 8-11 favourite, he left the Roodee thinking about ripping it up and starting again.

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Derby guessing game continues after Rostropovich hits winning note for O'Brien

Rostropovich gives Aidan O'Brien his fifth victory in seven years in the Dee Stakes at Chester on Thursday.

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Historic Chester Cup closes Chester May meeting

For many the best will be saved for last as the historic Chester Cup assumes a new slot on the last day of the May meeting.

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