Monthly Archives: July 2019
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of July 2019 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
The three-day August National Hunt Sale 2019 will take place from Tuesday 13th August until Thursday 15th August, starting at 10am each day. The catalogue is now online and available in hard copy from Friday 18th July.
The August National… Read More
By John Crofts, published by Miralgo PublicationsRelive a golden era for horse racing in John Crofts’ outstanding celebrationof the nineties decade.An era which delivered the magnificence of brilliant French champions such as Hector Protector, Helissio, Peintre Celebre, Montjeu, Arazi and… Read More
Siyarafina’s brief racing career is at an end, as she has been retired to the Aga Khan’s breeding paddocks.
The daughter of Pivotal created plenty of interest in a four-race career, winning at Saint-Cloud and ParisLongchamp, before landing the Group… Read More
Richard Fahey is hoping Ventura Rebel has all the attributes needed to give him a fourth win in Saturday’s Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury.
The Norfolk Stakes runner-up is set to… Read More
Who Dares Wins could bid to add to his recent Northumberland Plate victory in the Marsh Cup at Newbury on Saturday.
Alan King’s seven-year-old is a… Read More
John Gosden is set to supplement his Ribblesdale Stakes winner Star Catcher, for Saturday’s Group One Kerry Gold Irish Oaks at the Curragh.
Gosden said of the daughter of Sea… Read More
Dual Group One winning filly Iridessa, is set to step up to a mile and a half for the first time, in Saturday’s Kerrygold Irish Oaks at the Curragh.
Winner of the Fillies’ Mile at two, Iridessa failed to… Read More
The Doncaster Breeze Up Sale’s superb season on the track continued with a coveted Classic victory with the Scandinavian trained Red Cactus winning the Swedish Derby.
Trained by Bent Olsen,… Read More