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Second Group 1 for Beauty Generation (NZ)

Select Sale graduate Beauty Generation (NZ) (Road to Rock) delivered another stellar performance in Sunday’s HK$10 million Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup (1400m) at Sha Tin, winning his second Group 1 of the Hong Kong season.

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John Gosden to train record-breaking Galileo filly Gloam for Godolphin

John Gosden's link with the record breaking 4,000,000gns Gloam will be extended to the racecourse after it was announced the Newmarket trainer would be responsible for the Galileo filly when she appears in the Godolphin colours in 2018.

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Ayr and Plumpton to inspect on Monday but clerks hopeful of beating big freeze

The forecast cold snap could cause major disruption to the racing programme, but officials at Ayr and Plumpton are hopeful of beating the elements for Monday's cards.

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Old Guard gets better of Rockerfeller to star in Nicholls four-timer

It will be new versus old at Cheltenham next month after Old Guard booked a clash with The New One in the SunBets Stayers' Hurdle with a smooth win in the totepool National Spirit Hurdle at Fontwell on Sunday.

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Elliott, Meade and O'Brien outline leading contenders for The Festival

Leading Irish trainers Gordon Elliott, Noel Meade and Joseph O'Brien this afternoon provided updates on their leading chances ahead of The Festival.

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Fahy hoping Morning Assembly can make it to Aintree again

Trainer Pat Fahy is considering another crack at the £1-million Randox Health Grand National with Morning Assembly - owned by Clipper Logistics, Morning Assembly missed all of last season but has returned to action this winte

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Redicean cut for Triumph after Kempton victory

Six horses have won both the Adonis Juvenile Hurdle and the Triumph Hurdle since 1988 at Cheltenham and that might just be seven come mid-March.

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Valuable Group 1 win for Devise (NZ)

Devise (NZ) (Darci Brahma) could have been bought for $175,000 at the 2015 Premier Sale, and she is worth considerably more than that after winning Saturday’s Group 1 Haunui Farm WFA Classic (1600m) at Hastings.

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Fred Done reveals talks about sale of stake in Tote

Fred Done has confirmed he is in talks to sell a stake in the Tote to a consortium of racing figures which includes Merrill Lynch trader and racehorse owner Alex Frost.

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Baywing thrives on marathon test to provide Day and Richards with big winner

Baywing, a horse whose career nearly ended before it ever began, gave trainer Nicky Richards and jockey Ryan Day their second big win of the season when romping home in the 4m½f Betfred Eider Chase.

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Rapid Redicean slashed for Triumph Hurdle after extending unbeaten record

Anyone who had Apple’s Shakira down as a Cheltenham Festival banker before the Betdaq-backed Adonis Juvenile Hurdle may well be thinking again after watching Redicean emerge as a genuine rival with a smart success in the colours of Apple Tree Stud.

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Patient Geraghty strikes as gutsy Dee lands big prize

Consistency has never been an issue for Master Dee, having finished in the first three on all 20 starts before Saturday's £100,000 Betdaq Handicap Chase, but career start number 21 brought a much-deserved big-race victory in the colours of Paul and Clare Rooney.

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Ryanair target for Cue Card as Gold Cup dream is shelved

Cue Card will tackle the Ryanair Chase rather than the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup after a change of heart by trainer Colin Tizzard and owner Jean Bishop.

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Lil help sought as Rockerfeller bids to land the spoils for second time

There's no doubt that Lil Rockerfeller has the best form in this field, having finished second in the Stayers' Hurdle at Cheltenham last March and winning the Ascot Hurdle in November.

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Mullins hoping Makitorix's experience will be the deciding factor

Mullins relies upon Makitorix, a five-year-old returning to novice company to win the Paddy Power Onside App Novice Hurdle at Naas on Sunday.

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Master The World strikes in thrilling Betway Winter Derby

Master The World was awarded the £100,000 G3 Betway Winter Derby in the stewards' room following a dramatic renewal of the 10-furlong Polytrack Fast-Track Qualifier at Lingfield Park on Saturday

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AF Maher wins HH Ruler of Sharjah trophy in season finale

Saturday’s sixth and final meeting of the Sharjah season featured their biggest race of the campaign, HH The Ruler Of Sharjah Trophy, a 1700m Prestige race and surely one of the most dramatic contests ever staged at the track.

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