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.
Former 1,000 Guineas winner Natagora has passed away at the age of fourteen.
The Shadwell Stud-owned grey daughter of Divine Light was put down on humane grounds after a deterioration of an ongoing health issue.
Trained by Pascal Bary for… Read More
Smart sprinter Calyx has been retired to stud and has been purchased by Coolmore, with owner/breeder Juddmonte Farms, retaining an interest in the three year-old.
The son of Kingman made an exciting debut at Newmarket, in… Read More
There was a dramatic finish to the Galway Plate, as Borice sprouted wings late on to win going away from the brave top weight Black Corton.
A field of 22 contested this two-mile 6 ½ furlong chase.
Peregrine Run and… Read More
Too Darn Hot reaffirmed his position as a colt of the highest calibre, with victory in the Group One Qatar Sussex Stakes at Goodwood.
Eight went to post… Read More
The John Quinn-trained Liberty Beach recorded her fourth win from five starts with a smart success in the Group Three Markel Insurance Molecomb Stakes.
Thirteen juveniles… Read More
Cheltenham Festival winner Band Of Outlaws bids to provide Joseph O’Brien with a second success in Thursday’s Guinness Galway Hurdle.
The four-year-old became the trainer’s first official… Read More
The Hannons have a fine record in the Group Two Qatar Richmond Stakes and Richard Hannon is hopeful his Coventry Stakes runner-up Threat, can add to that reputation on Thursday.
The Cheveley Park-owned colt dotted-up in a Newmarket contest… Read More
York’s Group One Juddmonte International Stakes has emerged as a credible target for Regal Reality.
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained colt has yet to land a Group One contest, but could be in line for the Knavesmire feature on… Read More