Monthly Archives: June 2019
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of June 2019 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Last year’s Prix du Jockey Club winner Study Of Man, is likely to drop to a mile for his next race, having… Read More
After the feast of racing thrown up by June’s Derbies and Royal Ascot, July always arrives with keen anticipation for the racing aficionado.
That is because the first Saturday in July really represents the start of the second half of… Read More
Racing Foundation funds first 18 months of a three-year programme which offers free or subsidised on-location training to racing staff
Cross-industry scheme aims to take further training and development opportunities out to 2,400 members of Racing’s workforce
Scheme is viewed… Read More
Maven showed plenty of speed to just get home in the Group Three Connolly’s Redmills Prix du Bois at Chantilly.
Eight juveniles lined-up for this five-furlong race.
Hurricane Ivor badly missed the break and the American runner Maven was soon… Read More
The Andre Fabre trained Suphala hit top gear in time to land the Group Three Arqana Prix Chloe from Chantilly.
Eight three year-old fillies contested this nine-furlong race.
From the break it was Imperial Charm who led to the outside,… Read More
Charlie Appleby is provisionally aiming his exciting colt Pinatubo at Goodwood’s Group Two Vintage Stakes.
The son of Shamardal was a stunning winner of the Chesham Stakes… Read More
Who Dares Wins gave Alan King another big flat race winner as he was delivered late to win the Betfair Exchange Northumberland Plate at Newcastle.
With last year’s… Read More
Matterhorn made almost every yard of the running to run out a convincing winner of the Listed Gentingbet Midsummer Stakes at a sweltering Windsor.
Seven ran in this mile contest.
Franny Norton had… Read More