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Jeremy Noseda shocked as Gronkowski owners remove horses from his yard

One-time Kentucky Derby candidate Gronkowski is among 14 horses owned by big-spending Phoenix Thoroughbreds to have been taken away from the Newmarket yard of Jeremy Noseda in a move that left the trainer "shocked and surprised".

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A week of Investec Derby trials to look forward to

The build-up to the 2018 Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Downs intensifies this week with recognised trials on both sides of the Irish Sea at Chester, Lingfield Park and Leopardstown.

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Musselburgh Racecourse granted temporary licence to 16 October

The British Horseracing Authority on Tuesday announced that the BHA Board has granted Musselburgh Racecourse a temporary licence, which will expire on 16 October.

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Soumillon voices Longchamp track fears a week ahead of French Guineas

France Galop have been forced to issue a strongly worded statement defending their preparation of the Longchamp track, after several leading professionals criticised the racing surface on Sunday.

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Cracksman the new Arc favourite with Enable ruled out until at least August

Cracksman is the new favourite for the Qatar Prix De l'Arc de Triomphe following the news that his stablemate Enable has met with a slight setback and is likely to be out of action until August at the earliest.

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Study Of Man faces Greffulhe test ahead of Epsom and Chantilly options

The Pascal Bary-trained Study of Man holds entries at Epsom and in the Qipco Prix du Jockey Club and looks to take the next step along one of those two roads on Tuesday against three rivals, in a race which has produced winners of both Derbys in recent years.

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Cliffs Of Moher returns to form with cosy win in Group 2 contest

On a day when Enable was ruled out of midsummer assignments, last season's Derby runner-up Cliffs Of Moher staked his Investec Coronation Cup claims with a first win in almost a year in the Group 2 Coolmore Camelot Irish EBF Mooresbridge Stakes at Naas.

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Intellogent lays down Jockey Club marker as Glorious Journey fades late on

Trainer Fabrice Chappet believes Intellogent has genuine Prix du Jockey Club claims after the colt ran out a cosy winner of the only recognised trial to be run on Chantilly's Piste du Jockey Club under Pierre-Charles Boudot.

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Cromwell hoping 'genius' Norton can work his magic on Princess Yaiza

Gavin Cromwell believes Franny Norton will need to perform a mind-blowing magic trick around the tight turns of Chester to give him a first success at the track with Princess Yaiza in the Arkle Finance Cheshire Oaks on Wednesday.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Justify came out of his Kentucky Derby tour de force in fine shape and, judging by initial reactions, he won't have many of his Derby rivals to kick around in the next stop on the Triple Crown trail.

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Derby runner-up Cliffs Of Moher bids to end 12-month losing run in Mooresbridge

Last year's Derby runner-up Cliffs Of Moher is chasing a first win at Group level and a first success since landing the Dee Stakes at Chester this time last year.

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Mark Khan's renaissance continues as Hero's Honour springs 55-1 shock in Derby

The interrupted comeback of five-time South African champion jockey Mark Khan reached a new high when he sprang a 55-1 shock on Hero’s Honour in the South African Derby.

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Drying conditions not expected to be a problem for class act Yulong Gold Fairy

Yulong Gold Fairy, who was a winner over course and distance last year and finished runner-up in Leopardstown's 1,000 Guineas Trial on her reappearance last month, seeks a first Pattern-race success in this six-runner Group 3.

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Billesdon Brook becomes biggest-priced winner of fillies' Classic

Billesdon Brook became the biggest-priced winner in 1,000 Guineas history after claiming a 66-1 upset victory for the jubilant Pall Mall Partners and a gobsmacked trainer and jockey, Richard Hannon and Sean Levey.

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Glorious Journey ready to take a step towards French Derby challenge

Charlie Appleby will hope his prolific form can extend across the Channel on Monday, when Glorious Journey aims to stake a claim for Prix du Jockey Club consideration in the Group 3 Prix de Guiche.

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Fairytale horse Tip Two Win set for St James's Palace

Although owner-breeder Anne Cowley admitted she was still letting Tip Two Win’s brave runner-up effort in the 2,000 Guineas fully sink in, she declared that a trip to Royal Ascot next month would be the next stop for the three-year-old.

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Keiai Nautique wins NHK Mile Cup with impressive late kick

Keiai Nautique landed his first grade-race victory in this year’s NHK Mile Cup at Toyko on Sunday

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Curlin’s Honor impressive in Woodstock victory

Curlin’s Honor out-sprinted his sophomore rivals winning the $100,000 Woodstock Stakes impressively on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack.

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Ballydoyle support team sunk as rain hits undercard

A pair of Mendelssohn's Ballydoyle stablemates put in performances as dismal as the weather as torrential rain hit Churchill Downs during the Kentucky Derby undercard on Saturday.

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Mendelssohn last as Justify delivers on the hype in Kentucky Derby

At a Kentucky Derby that was more about Pacamacs than parasols, European hopes of a historic victory via Mendelssohn were drowned in the mud at a rain-sodden Churchill Downs as the Ballydoyle contender finished stone last behind the much-heralded Justify (Bob Baffert/Mike Smith).

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