Monthly Archives: September 2015
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of September 2015 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
The third season of the highly successful All-Weather Championships commences at Lingfield Park on Thursday, October 29 and will be better than ever.
Finals Day takes place as usual on Good Friday at the same Surrey venue, with the seven… Read More
Ed Walker feels the likelihood of the ground at Ascot being faster than the going at Longchamp this weekend will see Lightning Moon contesting Sunday’s Qatar Prix de la Foret.
The lightly-raced four-year-old also holds an entry at Ascot in… Read More
Jockey Chris Hayes feels Sole Power has a good chance of breaking his Qatar Prix de l’Abbaye hoodoo should conditions continue to dry out at Longchamp.
Ireland’s crack sprinter has not had the rub of the green in the last… Read More
Freddy Head expects a better showing than of late from We Are in the Prix de l’Opera Longines at Longchamp on Sunday, a race she won 12 months… Read More
David Pipe has revealed that his impressive winner of the Betfred Cesarewitch Trial,Low Key is on target for a crack at the £250,000 Betfred Cesarewitch, a heritage handicap which will be run on the second day of the inaugural… Read More
Dual winner Treve heads a field of 17 remaining in the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe following the latest forfeit stage for the Longchamp showpiece in Paris on… Read More
The Munster Weekend of Racing takes place on… Read More
Jeremy Noseda’s globetrotter Grandeur has been retired.
The six-year-old Verglas gelding won 10 of his 31 races, amassing nearly £600,000 in prize money and claiming two Grade Two… Read More