Monthly Archives: April 2018
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of April 2018 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Kitesurf dropped in trip for her 2018 bow and made light work of the opposition with an impressive win in the Group Three Prix Allez France LONGINES at ParisLongchamps.
Seven older fillies and mares took part in this 10-furlong… Read More
Andrew Balding has confirmed his progressive miler Beat The Bank is likely to return in next month’s Group One… Read More
Andre Fabre took little time to make an impact, as the lightly-raced Deemster took the Prix du Pont Neuf at ParisLongchamp.
As France Galop’s pride and joy officially opened its doors to the public, this Listed contest hosted an interesting… Read More
The prospect of soft being in the going description for the Qipco 2,000 Guineas, is a possibility, with a mixed weather forecast for the coming week.
The official going on Newmarket’s Rowley Mile Course is currently Good, Good to Soft… Read More
Teddy Grimthorpe has given a positive report on Herculean, but it looks as though the public will have to wait a while longer to see his second racecourse start.
The Roger Charlton trained son of Frankel is out of the… Read More
Godolphin.com has confirmed that Nell Gwyn Stakes winner Soliloquy is going to be supplemented for next Sunday’s Qipco 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket.
The daughter of Dubawi made a big impression on the… Read More
In a week of retirements, jockey Ian Popham has announced he is hanging up his saddle.
Popham is perhaps best remembered for riding Annacotty to victory… Read More
Pakistan Star, raced much closer to the pace here, showed a blistering turn of foot to turn the Group One Audemars Piguet QEII Cup into a one-horse race at Sha Tin.
Eight… Read More