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Tsogo Sun Sprint winner Bull Valley will run in Mercury Sprint
12 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - Recent Grade 1 Tsogo Sun Sprint winner Bull Valley, winner of five of his nine starts to date, will be looking to end his season on a high when the takes on a top field of sprinters in the Grade 1 Mercury Sprint (1200m) at Greyville on Saturday  read full story
Gold Cup festival at Greyville draws the best
12 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - The Gold Cup Festival Of Racing will be held over two days, Saturday July 29 and Sunday July 30, at Greyville with plenty of class on display and big stakes on offer  read full story
Preview and form for Greyville
12 Jul 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk Race preview for the meeting at Greyville-All Weather on Wednesday - the eight race broadcast commences at 8.25pm AEST, 12.25pm CAT, on Sky Racing2 and from 10.50pm AEST on Sky Racing1  read full story
Four new UK Horseracing Bettors Forum Members announced
12 Jul 2017 | British Horseracing Authority The Horseracing Bettors Forum, created with the assistance of the British Horseracing Authority to represent the interests of those who bet on British horseracing, has announced four new Forum Members  read full story
Permian added to field for Grand Prix de Paris
12 Jul 2017 | Permian, who bounced back from flopping in the Derby with a win at Royal Ascot, has been supplemented for the Group 1 Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Friday evening.  read full story
Mr Minerals goes for quick follow-up on Newbury Night this Thursday
12 Jul 2017 | Newbury Racecourse The Thursday Nights Live series continues at Newbury Racecourse this Thursday, July 13, with Newbury Night.  read full story
New research reinforces need to treat jockeys as elite athletes
11 Jul 2017 | British Horseracing Authority Changing perception of jockeys from horsemen to elite athletes is a top priority for the BHA and racing industry  read full story
Latest standings for the 2017 Cartier Racing Awards
11 Jul 2017 | Cartier Racing Awards Cartier Racing Awards - points earned in Pattern races up to and including Sunday, July 9, 2017 - Winter @ 116 for Cartier Horse of the Year  read full story
Caravaggio's Ascot antics give Limato camp reason for hop
11 Jul 2017 | Henry Candy hopes he may have found a chink in the armour of red-hot Darley July Cup favourite Caravaggio as he sends last year's Newmarket hero Limato into battle with the sport's new sprinting sensation on Saturday.  read full story
BHA must act now to protect apprentices from being exploited
11 Jul 2017 | It is now a year and a half since this column highlighted the scandal involving Flat trainers, many of them extremely high profile, knowingly exploiting apprentices attached to their yards.  read full story
All systems go for Dettori and Enable on Saturday
11 Jul 2017 | Superb Oaks-winning filly Enable will on Saturday bid to become just the fifth filly in the last 20 years to follow up in the Irish equivalent after getting the green light.  read full story
O'Brien fined after assistant found with injectable electrolytes
11 Jul 2017 | Aidan O'Brien has been fined $1,500 by the New York gaming commission after his assistant trainer TJ Comerford was found to have bottles of an injectable substance in his possession at Belmont Park on Saturday.  read full story
Lameness likely to rule Mrs Danvers out for remainder of season
11 Jul 2017 | Mrs Danvers, conqueror of Saturday's impressive Coral Charge winner Battaash last year, is unlikely to run again this season.  read full story
Krambambuli eyes the Gold Cup
11 Jul 2017 | By Michael Clower - Krambambuli, who ran one of the best races of his life when beaten only a third of a length into fourth in the Vodacom Durban July, will return to Greyville on July 29 to run in the Grade 3 eLan Gold Cup (3200m) ay Greyville on July 29th  read full story
Full results of Yanworth enquiry
10 Jul 2017 | British Horseracing Authority  On 6 July 2017, the Disciplinary Panel of the BHA held an enquiry to consider the allegation that the trainer Alan King was in breach of Rule (G)2.1 of the Rules of Racing, as a result of the analysis of the post-race sample taken from Yanworh  read full story
Enstone rocks in Bison City Stakes
10 Jul 2017 | Enstone, ridden by Patrick Husbands, fended off mutuel favourite Mythical Mission to win the $225,000 Bison City Stakes, Sunday at Woodbine.  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
10 Jul 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer Keen Ice upset Shaman Ghost, nobody was laughing at Practical Joke, Mind Your Biscuits won for fun, Argentine import Dona Bruja continued her winning ways and Oscar Performance and New Money Honey turned back the European invasion at Belmont Park -- all in a weekend thoroughbred racing  read full story
Infantry (NZ) too strong in Singapore Derby
10 Jul 2017 | New Zealand Bloodstock New Zealand-breds have won the S$1.15 million Emirates Singapore Derby (2000m) three times in the last four years following an outstanding win at Kranji on Sunday by Infantry (NZ) (Tavistock)  read full story
Thunder Snow shows his serious side for joker Soumillon
10 Jul 2017 | Thunder Snow, who has undergone a particularly hard school of rehabilitation as a serious colt, got his reward with Soumillon aboard as he secured a second Group 1 in the Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly on Sunday.  read full story
Bullish Ward out to make it Lady's day again in Nunthorpe
10 Jul 2017 | Bring on Battaash and all the others in the Coolmore Nunthorpe at York next month says Wesley Ward, trainer of the favourite and impressive King's Stand winner Lady Aurelia.  read full story
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