Monthly Archives: August 2018
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of August 2018 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Perfect Angel Tops the Goffs UK Goodwood Sale
The inaugural Goffs UK Goodwood Sale, held after racing at the Qatar Goodwood Festival, saw the sale make a positive start to its promising future when selling Horses-in-Training up to £400,000.
Ed… Read More
Three-year-old colt Roaring Lion put himself into contention for Cartier Horse Of The Year honours following his stunning success in the extended 10-furlong Juddmonte International at York.… Read More
Au-Dela des Pistes’ Retrained Racehorse Day, held for the third consecutive year at Deauville-La Touques Racecourse on Saturday, August 25th, delighted a large crowd that had come to see the various demonstrations… Read More
One of the sheer delights of the 2018 Flat racing season has been the renaissance of the popular grey gelding Roy Rocket.
Trained in Newmarket, by a man familiar to all in town and in racing, Roy Rocket has become… Read More
Phoenix Of Spain lands the Acomb Stakes
Phoenix Of Spain powered to an impressive victory in the Group Three Tattersalls Acomb Stakes at York.
The first Group race on York’s Ebor Festival saw a field of eight juveniles vying to… Read More
Middleham-based Mark Johnston has broken Richard Hannon’s record for the number of winners, as Poet’s Society landed the Clipper Logistics Handicap… Read More
To many racing fans August first and foremost represents the Ebor Festival Meeting at York. The Ebor festival was first established in 1843 with the first running of the Ebor Handicap and the meeting now covers four days of exquisite… Read More
The Yorkshire Oaks is one of the major races at York’s prestigious Ebor Festival each August.
Established in 1849, the race has been a Group 1 contest since 1971 and is run over a mile and a half.
Originally the… Read More