Monthly Archives: September 2018
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of September 2018 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Japan showed his raw potential as he quickened well from out of a pocket, to land the Group Two Beresford Stakes at Naas.
Seven juveniles contested this mile race, dominated in recent years by Aidan O’Brien, who fielded three of… Read More
Edredon Bleu, the winner of a pulsating 2000 Queen Mother Champion Chase and a King George, has passed away… Read More
Lady Aurelia to be Offered at Fasig-Tipton November Sale
Multiple Group 1 winner and Champion LADY AURELIA will be offered at this year’s Fasig-Tipton November… Read More
Unfortunately became the latest Pattern winner for Karl Burke in Ireland, as he was produced late to land the Group Three Renaissance Stakes at Naas.
A field of six lined-up for this six-furlong event.
At the break it was St… Read More
Cypress Creek came with a well-timed run to land the Group Three Loughbrown Stakes at Naas.
Eight horses went to post for this two-mile contest.
Persian Lion and Zabriskie were best away, with the latter going into the early lead,… Read More
Aidan O’Brien’s fine run of form continued as Hermosa dictated affairs to win the Group Three Weld Park Stakes at Naas.
Eight juvenile fillies went to post for this seven-furlong race, including two English challengers.
Foxtrot Live was well away… Read More
Sunday Star shines
Sunday Star made up for her narrow Goodwood defeat last time by seeing off Maqsad in the first division of what is normally an informative Newmarket contest for the Blandford Bloodstock Maiden… Read More
Wissahickon evoked memories of Halling, with a decisive win in the bet365 Cambridgeshire at Newmarket.
A field of 33 went to post and from the start, split into two distinct groups, with the… Read More