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NZ Group 1 winner to race in USA

Multiple New Zealand Group 1 winner Madison County will continue his career in North America with trainer Chad Brown as he plays a trailblazing role for his owners

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Hong Kong ICAC arrest 21 for suspected corruption with illegal bookmaking syndicate

The Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption issue a statement confirming that a total of 21 persons, including two assistant trainers and four stable staff of the HKJC were arrested for suspected corruption in relation to the provision of privileged information to facilitate illegal bookmaking and control of race horses

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Native River set for Aintree return before possible Grand National tilt

A tilt at the Randox Health Grand National and a clash with two-time winner Tiger Roll is under discussion for Native River, who will return to action at the home of the world's most famous steeplechase next month.

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Fairyhouse 'cautiously optimistic' for Tuesday card ahead of morning inspection

Fairyhouse racecourse manager Peter Roe is "cautiously optimistic" the track can play host to the second day of its two-day meeting after Monday's card joined Stratford in succumbing to a waterlogged track.

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Cheltenham expects good to soft at weekend despite deluge wreaking havoc in UK

Simon Claisse, Clerk of the Course at Cheltenham, gave an update on conditions ahead of The November Meeting.

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Lord North and Century Dream head 17 entries for Betway Churchill Stakes

Flat racing returns with a bang at Lingfield Park on Saturday, November 16, with three Listed races, including two Fast Track Qualifiers, headlining a bumper eight-race card.

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Slate House 5/1 favourite for BetVictor Gold Cup

Cheltenham Racecourse staged a media event at Kempton Park on Monday morning ahead of £160,000 BetVictor Gold Cup, the centrepiece of The November Meeting at Cheltenham on Saturday, 16 November.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Favorites didn't fare so well in weekend horse racing with Mr Dumas holding off favored Tracksmith in the lone graded stakes, the Commonwealth Turf at Churchill Downs, to headline the upsetters

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Group 1 star back in winning groove

Premier Sale purchase Media Sensation (I Am Invincible) was a Group 1 winner last season, and she began a new campaign on the perfect note in Saturday’s $50,000 Listed Legacy Lodge Sprint (1200m) at Te Rapa.

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Stratford cancels Monday meeting after heavy rain leaves track waterlogged

Monday's six-race card at Stratford has been cancelled after heavy overnight rain left the course waterlogged.

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Kalashnikov to miss BetVictor Gold Cup in favour of Newbury target

Kalashnikov, a general 8-1 second favourite for next Saturday's BetVictor Gold Cup, will miss the Cheltenham feature in favour of a race at Newbury at the end of this month.

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Gosden breaks new ground as Turgenev heads for Bahrain International Trophy

John Gosden will break new ground later this month when Royal Ascot runner-up Turgenev becomes his first runner in Bahrain.

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Santini drifts for Gold Cup after Sandown scramble as King George is ruled out

Santini began his season with a victory, but it was a far from dominant effort with the Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup hopeful only just prevailing from the gallant Now McGinty in the Listed Virgin Bet Future Stars Intermediate Chase at Sandown on Sunday.

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Bacardys stuns Navan crowd to down Apple’s Jade in Lismullen Hurdle

Emotions at Navan were going up and down like a crowd at a Premier League fixture put through the wringer after yet another VAR debacle when Apple's Jade fluffed her lines in the Lismullen Hurdle on Sunday.

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Supreme fourth Fakir D'Oudairies denies Melon in hot beginners' chase

Supreme Novices' Hurdle fourth Fakir D'Oudairies replicated the significant promise he showed over hurdles last season to run out an impressive winner on his chasing debut at Navan, with dual Champion Hurdle runner-up and 9-10 favourite Melon unable to respond three lengths back in second.

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Ballyoisin back to his best in Fortria Chase with successful defence of crown

There is plenty to like about an on-song Ballyoisin and Enda Bolger’s smart chaser called the tune from the front to land back-to-back victories in the Grade 2 Fortria Chase at Navan.

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Nominations revealed for 29th annual Cartier Racing Awards

Three superstar females feature among the nominations for the 29th Cartier Horse Of The Year, with Enable, Magical and Star Catcher all possible winners of the coveted award

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The Jump season steps up a gear at Cheltenham with The November Meeting

The Jump season steps up a gear at Cheltenham next week with The November Meeting, which gets underway with Countryside Day, Friday, 15 November.

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