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.
Beshaayir stamps her class on the Rosemary Stakes
Beshaayir’s value as a potential broodmare increased significantly after the filly bagged her first Listed prize under jockey of the moment Oisin Murphy.
Despite having… Read More
Mustashry got the better of a pulsating battle with the tenacious Zabeel Prince, in the Joel Stakes at Newmarket.
Versatility is proving quite an asset for Mustashry who bagged his second Group… Read More
Just Wonderful powered herself into next year’s 1,000 Guineas reckoning with a stylish success in the Group 2 Rockfel Stakes.
Ryan Moore was forced to sit and wait for… Read More
Highgarden opened her account for the year by getting the better of a thrilling three-way finish to the Group 3 Princess Royal Nayef Stakes under Frankie Dettori.
The daughter of… Read More
Cheltenham Racecourse is delighted to announce it has been reunited with the original Cheltenham Gold Cup trophy, dating back to 1924, and will present it to the winner of the… Read More
The final pieces of the international puzzle for Melbourne’s 2018 Spring Racing Carnival have fallen into place, with nine European horses entering quarantine in the UK and Ireland yesterday.
The nine will be based at quarantine facilities… Read More
A Camacho filly (Lot 576) sold by Nicola Kent from the Kent family’s long nurtured pedigree of the 1,000 Guineas winner Pass The Peace topped the Tattersalls Ireland September Sale Part II when selling to Luke… Read More
Nearly Caught boost for Melbourne Cup hope
The Melbourne Cup was at the forefront of Hughie Morrison’s mind after Nearly Caught landed the Listed Jockey Club Rose Bowl in the hands of Ryan Moore.… Read More