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Filly of the Year Bonneval (NZ) reigns supreme in New Zealand Oaks
19 Mar 2017 | New Zealand Bloodstock After only collecting her first points in late January, Bonneval (NZ) was crowned the 2016-17 New Zealand Bloodstock Filly of the Year when she won the Group 1 Wellfield New Zealand Oaks (2400m) at Trentham on Saturday  read full story
Varian belief in Postponed for Sheema repeat bid
19 Mar 2017 | Roger Varian still retains plenty of belief that Postponed can repeat his win of 12 months ago in the Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan next Saturday despite his defeat on his seasonal return at the track a fortnight ago.  read full story
Chase The Spud shines in Midlands National
19 Mar 2017 | Chase The Spud overhauled Eider Chase winner Mysteree on the tacky, gluey ground, getting the best of a slow-motion finish to land the £125,000 Betfred Midlands Grand National by a length and a half.  read full story
Balad Al Reef lands Al Ain Marathon Series
19 Mar 2017 | Emirates Racing Authority The Final Leg Of The Al Ain Marathon Series, a Prestige handicap over 5100m, was the highlight of Saturday’s Al Ain meeting and the final contest of the course's season, and won, for the second year running, by Balad Al Reef.  read full story
American Anthem heads to Arkansas for Baffert
19 Mar 2017 | Bob Baffert loves to follow the Arkansas route to the Kentucky Derby, and American Anthem has some big shoes to fill as he represents the legendary west-coast trainer in the richly endowed Rebel Stakes on Saturday at Oaklawn.  read full story
Emirates Championship highlights final Abu Dhabi meeting
18 Mar 2017 | Emirates Racing Authority Sunday’s final meeting of the campaign at Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club and penultimate fixture of the whole UAE season features the Group 1 Emirates Championship and the biggest Thoroughbred race staged in the capital, the Group 3 Abu Dhabi Championship.  read full story
Captain to take charge at Kenilworth
18 Mar 2017 | By Michael Clower - Cape Town trainer Justin Snaith talks of this being a disappointing season for his stable but he has had 112 winners and won nearly R13 million in stakes and Captain Alfredo can add to the tally at Kenilworth - the nine race broadcast commences at 10.15pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 11.45pm AEST on Sky Racing1  read full story
Samurai Blade could exact revenge on Romany Prince at Turffontein
18 Mar 2017 | By David Thiselton - The nine race meeting at Turffontein on Saturday will not be an easy one for punters as it is back on the Inside track which can throw an upset or two - the nine race broadcast commences at 9.35pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 12.45am AEST on Sky Racing1  read full story
All quiet after Cheltenham
18 Mar 2017 | By Sean Trivass - ThoroughbredNEWS Correspondent It is all a bit quiet here in the UK after the furore that was Cheltenham and to be brutally honest, the racing looks second rate this weekend in comparison, but there are two worth looking out for  read full story
Ante-post punters happy after Gold Cup win
18 Mar 2017 | Sizing John beat off all comers to win the Gold Cup at Cheltenham on Friday for Jessica Harrington under Robbie Power. Sent off at 15/2, the Irish Gold Cup winner added the Cheltenham version having been as big as 66/1 in the ante-post markets earlier this year.  read full story
Hobbs annd Johnson triumph with Defi Du Seil
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Defi Du Seuil justified his position as the long-time leader in the JCB Triumph Hurdle market by winning by a comfortable five lengths at Cheltenham on Friday - he started the well-backed 5/2 favourite  read full story
Gordon Elliott crowned leading trainer at 2017 Cheltenham Festival
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Irish handler Gordon Elliott has been crowned the Irish Independent Leading Trainer Award winner at this year's Cheltenham Festival.  read full story
Harrington Rocks Cheltenham and The World
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse The Cheltenham Festival has a way of creating stories and Rock The World's (10/1) success in the concluding race of the 2017 Festival, the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase, provided a fitting final chapter for two of the leading's lights of this year's Festival, trainer Jessica Harrington and jockey Robbie Power.  read full story
Cheltenham attendance figures and stewards' report
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Attendance figures and the stewards' repost for Cheltenham Day Four  read full story
Gold Cup connections' comments after Sizing John victory
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Trainer Jessica Harrington and jockey Robbie Power give an insight in to Sizing John's victory in Gold Cup at The Festival on Friday.  read full story
Harrington seizes the Gold Cup with Sizing John
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Sizing John's 7/1 victory in The Festival's showpiece race, the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday, was a first in the championship contest for trainer Jessica Harrington, jockey Robert Power and owners Ann and Alan Potts.  read full story
Mullins goes six up as Penhill wins
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Willie Mullins scored a sixth winner of The Festival on Friday when Penhill beat Monalee by three and a half lengths at odds of 16/1  read full story
Frost's win gives women jockeys a clean sweep
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse Bryony Frost's win in the St James's Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup means that all three races for amateur riders run at The Festival 2017 have gone to female jockeys for the first time,  read full story
Champagne produces Classic performance
18 Mar 2017 | Cheltenham Racecourse The Gordon Elliott-trained 12/1 chance Champagne Classic, owned by Gigginstown House Stud, was a ready winner of the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle, the sixth race on day four, Gold Cup day, of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival.  read full story
Balad Al Reef bids for marathon glory at Al Ain Racecourse closer
18 Mar 2017 | Emirates Racing Authority Al Ain Racecourse stages its final meeting of the campaign on Saturday with a seven race card highlighted by the Final Leg Of The Al Ain Marathon Series, a 5100m Prestige handicap won last year by Balad Al Reef who looks sure to make a bold bid to defend his crown.  read full story
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