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Return to seven furlongs expected to suit Yafta in Hungerford Stakes

Newbury Racecourse stages Ladies Day with Rudimental this Saturday when the highlight is the £150,000 G2 Ladyswood Stud Hungerford Stakes over seven furlongs.

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Alpha Centauri best Irish three-year-old filly since Ridgewood Pearl

Alpha Centauri is officially the best three-year-old Irish filly since Ridgewood Pearl 23 years ago after her rating was upped 2lb to 124 on Monday, a day on from her magical Marois display.

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BHA welcomes parliamentary debate on welfare after petition meets threshold

The BHA has welcomed the possibility of a government discussion surrounding the subject of racehorse welfare after a petition started by Animal Aid reached the necessary 100,000 signature threshold to trigger consideration for parliamentary debate.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Trainer Chad Brown cleaned up on a very international edition of the Arlington International Festival of Racing, winning two of the three Grade I events with a 1-2 finish in the Million and a 1-2-3 sweep in the Beverly D

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Avie’s Mineshaft defeats Dixie Moon in Wonder Where

Ivan Dalos’ homebred filly Avie’s Mineshaft wore down the favoured Woodbine Oaks champion, Dixie Moon, in the $225,000 Wonder Where Stakes, third leg of the Triple Tiara for Canadian-foaled three-year-old fillies, on Sunday at Woodbine Racetrack.

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Preditor (NZ) soars home to win Jumbo Jet Trophy

Savabeel six-year-old Preditor (NZ) produced an electrifying finishing burst to come out on top in an all-Karaka finish to Sunday’s S$200,000 Listed Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) at Kranji, registering his first black-type win.

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Decorated Solider earns his stripes in Seagram Cup upset

Longshot Decorated Solider earned his first graded stakes victory upsetting an accomplished field in the $125,000 Seagram Cup (Grade 3) on Sunday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack

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Cosgrave finds the answer as Best Solution strikes to tee up Australian raid

Saeed Bin Suroor pulled off his second successful German Group 1 raid in the space of two weeks on Sunday, when Godolphin's Best Solution got going late to run out a thrilling winner of the Grosser Preis von Berlin at Hoppegarten under a powerful McCoy-like Pat Cosgrave ride.

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'Amazing' Alpha Centauri treats fans to another star turn in Jacques le Marois

Like all great touring acts, Alpha Centauri gives her audience the impression she is giving the performance of her life every time.

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Advertise rises to the occasion in Phoenix Stakes as Meade's faith is justified

Martyn Meade's huge belief in Advertise was vindicated at the Curragh on Sunday, when the classy juvenile provided the trainer with Group 1 glory in the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes.

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Sunday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's 11 race All Weather and Turf Track programme at Woodbine featuring the $225,000 Wonder Where Stakes and the $125,000 Seagram Cup (Grade 3) on Sunday - selections by Jim Bannon - watch the online broadcast of the meeting

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Red Cabernet stirs up Victoriana Stakes celebrations

Red Cabernet defeated defending Victoriana Stakes champion Niigon’s Eclipse to give her connections lots to celebrate on Saturday after this year’s $100,000 edition, which was rescheduled after Monday’s cancellation at Woodbine

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Daring Duchess reigns from start to finish in Flaming Page Stakes

Woodbine newcomer Daring Duchess led from start to finish over 1-1/2 miles on the E.P. Taylor Turf Course to take the $100,000 Flaming Page Stakes on Saturday afternoon for owners Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey

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Nunes the man to follow in bumper Seoul card

Manoel Nunes has certainly stirred up the Seoul backstretch since arriving in the capital earlier this year and once more than Brazilian jockey looks to be the man to follow through Sunday’s big race-card.

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