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Moore & Gordon targeting glory on Betfair Super Saturday

A total of 27 horses remain on course for the £155,000 Betfair Hurdle, Britain's richest handicap hurdle, following Monday's five-day confirmation stage.

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Keeneland to sponsor Ascot's Group 3 Princess Margaret Stakes

Keeneland will sponsor the 2018 Princess Margaret Stakes (G3), a prestigious juvenile event on the British summer racing calendar, as part of a new association with Ascot Racecourse.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Avery Island, Audible and Lombo all were impressive winners as preparations for the Kentucky Derby hit another gear during the weekend from Florida to California. Strike Power also edged into consideration.

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Miracle horse Edwulf causes 33-1 upset in Irish Gold Cup

Edwulf, who nearly lost his life at last season's Cheltenham Festival, produced a fairytale performance to claim the Unibet Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Sunday at odds of 33-1.

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Samcro simply sensational as he shouts his talent loud and clear

Owner Michael O'Leary might not like the inevitable hype but he's going to have to get used to it after Samcro produced the most scintillating performance of the two-day Dublin Festival with an effortless destruction of a high-quality field of novice hurdlers in the G1 Deloitte Novice Hurdle.

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Mr Adjudicator has final say as the favourite Espoir D'Allen disappoints

Mr Adjudicator put himself forward as a major player for next month’s JCB Triumph Hurdle with a battling success in this well-contested Grade 1, and is now short as 7-1 for Cheltenham from 16-1, behind 3-1 favourite Apple’s Shakira.

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Monalee jumps his way to thrilling win under Fehily

An exhibition of jumping from Monalee and a thrilling finish at the end of the Flogas Novice Chase at Leopardstown on Sunday, gave a glimpse of what steeplechasing is all about.

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Galesburg blows Abu Dhabi away in Sunday feature

Racing at the Abu Dhabi Equestrian Club on Sunday was highlighted by the only Thoroughbred contest, a 1600m handicap, won stylishly by Galesburg under confident piloting by Richard Mullen for his main employer, trainer Satish Seemar.

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O'Sullivan relishing Grand National challenge with Baie Des Iles ridden by Katie Walsh

Irish trainer Ross O'Sullivan is hoping the progressive Baie Des Iles will line up in the £1-million Randox Health Grand National at Aintree on Saturday, April 14.

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Treasure (NZ) impresses in Oaks Prelude

Lightly raced filly Treasure (NZ) (Mastercraftsman) stepped up to stakes level in style with an easy win in Saturday’s $55,000 Listed FastTrack Insurance Oaks Prelude (1800m) at Pukekura Raceway.

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Guineas trials could move to Deauville as flood clear-up begins

Maisons-Laffitte may have to give up its traditional role of revealing France's main challenge for the Qipco 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas, should the damage caused by last week's flooding prove too severe.

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Sunday Best as racing returns to St Moritz

John Best does not harbour any safety concerns regarding the resumption of racing on the ice at St Moritz in Switzerland on Sunday, despite the accident that resulted in jockey George Baker sustaining career-ending injuries there a year ago.

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Harrington full of hope Our Duke can follow in Sizing John footsteps

Our Duke, last year's impressive Irish Grand National winner will be out to erase the memory of a disappointing performance on his reappearance at Down Royal in November as he bids to give trainer Jessica Harrington back-to-back wins in this event after Sizing John a year ago.

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Geraghty hoping D’Allen can deliver once again at Leopardstown

Leading JCB Triumph Hurdle hope Espoir D’Allen will be widely expected to keep his unbeaten record intact and stretch his winning sequence in Ireland to five by notching his first Grade 1 in the Tattersalls Ireland Spring Juvenile Hurdle at Leopardstown on Sunday.

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Mullins runs five in bid for eight Flogas Novice Chase win

Outlander in 2016 was Willie Mullins' most recent winner of this event and Ireland's champion trainer is pitching five runners in this time around, with Paul Townend opting to ride the hat-trick-seeking Invitation Only.

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Supasundae at his best as Faugheen fails to hit former heights

The Jessica Harrington-trained Supasundae ran out a two-and-a-quarter-length winner of the Irish Champion Hurdle, the feature at Leopardstown on Saturday, setting up his trainer for a tilt at a big-race double given she has Our Duke in the Unibet Irish Gold Cup on Sunday.

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Flying Footpad takes the high road to head of Arkle market

Footpad effortlessly beat Petit Mouchoir by five lengths in the Frank Ward Solicitors Arkle at Leopardstown on Saturday, causing bookmakers to cut him for the showpiece two-mile novice chase at Cheltenham.

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Henderson plans hard graft for Buveur in build up to title defence

Facing just two rivals in the Betfred-backed Sandown contest on Saturday, Buveur D'Air led from the off and never looked like losing even if he had to be shaken up late by Geraghty as John Constable threatened to make a race of it.

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Ejaaby impressive in second meet victory

Racing at Meydan Racecourse on Saturday was highlighted by an impressive performance by promising 3-year-old Yulong Warrior, as well as the Zayed Sports City Trophy, an ultra-competitive 1400m turf handicap, and it did not disappoint with three runners in a line with just 50m remaining before Ejaaby swept clear to land the spoils in style.

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Magnificent Min makes serious pitch for Champion Chase crown

The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase was a race that badly needed a shot in the arm, and it got just that as Min produced a performance of real quality in the Coral Dublin Chase at Leopardstown on Saturday.

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