Monthly Archives: May 2014
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of May 2014 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
With the Oaks less than a week away, Graham Oliver very kindly reviews the exceptional career of Noblesse, an outstanding racing filly, whose bloodline remains influential to this day.
Noblesse was a chestnut filly, foaled in 1960, by Mossborough ex… Read More
The Group 1 Prix Du Jockey Club is known in England as the French Derby.
As such this is the premier contest of the season that is… Read More
The admirable Master Carpenter, who has run so consistently well on all three previous starts this term earned a much merited Listed success in the Cantor Fitzgerald Corporate Finance Heron Stakes.
Rob Millman’s son of Mastercraftsman revelled in the soft… Read More
The rain softened ground at Sandown Park meant that runners were thin on the ground but those in action served up a feast of intrigue in a wonderfully tactical race for the Group 3 Cantor Fitzgerald Brigadier Gerard Stakes.
Sadly… Read More
At the age of six, Brown Panther is beginning to look the complete package in the staying races, as he demonstrated in abundance at Sandown Park this evening, romping away from his toiling rivals in the Cantor Fitzgerald Henry IInd… Read More
A year on from Rizeena’s victory, another filly beat the colts to land the Listed Cantor Fitzgerald Equities National Stakes as Tiggy Wiggy put in a bold performance.
Soft ground made this 5 furlong dash more of a test of… Read More
The recent heavy rain is nothing new for Sandown Park’s top evening meeting of the year, featuring the Group 3 Cantor Fitzgerald… Read More
Sad news has broken that Lochsong, the race mare that won the hearts of the racing nation in the mid-Nineties, has died at the age of 26.
The daughter of Song was owned by Jeff Smith and trained at Kingsclere… Read More