Monthly Archives: June 2018
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of June 2018 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Giuseppe Garibaldi ran out a convincing winner of the Listed King George V Cup at Leopardstown.
Just the five horses went to post for this 1 ½ mile contest.… Read More
Zorion was delivered late to deny the game Allegio in the Listed Glencairn Stakes at Leopardstown this evening.
Six went to post in this one mile contest.
Zorion was the early leader, but… Read More
Last year’s Coventry Stakes winner Rajasinghe has suffered a setback and has been ruled out for the remainder of 2018 by trainer Richard Spencer.
The Choisir colt broke the track record at Royal Ascot last June, but ran a… Read More
Last season’s Railway Stakes hero Beckford, who left Gordon Elliott to be trained in America, will miss an intended return to Europe for Royal Ascot, after suffering a leg fracture.… Read More
Trainer Willie Mullins celebrated the 3,000th victory of his training career, as Timi Roli won at Wexford today.
Appropriately enough, Timi Roli carried the silks made famous by one of the biggest of Mullins’ stars, Hurricane Fly.
Djakadam, who was twice second in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, has been retired.
The Rich Ricci-owned nine-year old, reportedly sustained a hock injury when competing… Read More
Fasig-Tipton has catalogued 349 selected yearlings for The July Sale, to be held on Tuesday, July 10th, at the company’s Newtown Paddocks in Lexington, Kentucky. The sale will begin at 10 am.
“July was a very healthy market last… Read More
A daughter of the influential sire Le Havre, Mascha created a major impression last Saturday at Baden-Baden when taking the Listed Diana-Trial by three lengths. That performance was… Read More