Surprising Soul and Ross Geraghty made virtually all the running to win the Grade One Lonesome Glory Handicap Chasee at Belmont.
Nine took part in this 2 ½ mile race with plenty of ex-British and Irish runners and Rachael Blackmore… Read More
Hugo Palmer is currently in favour of supplementing Powerful Breeze for the Group One bet365 Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket after her superb victory in the Group Two May Hill Stakes at Doncaster.
Two years ago the double was completed by… Read More
Encapsulation stormed to success in the Listed William Hill Doonside Cup Stakes at Ayr.
The Andrew Balding-trained three-year-old filly raced up with the pace from an early stage, which was set by Forest Ranger and Big Country.
But the long-time… Read More
Pierre Lapin will emerge from a four month absence to try to build on a strong first impression by emulating his illustrious half-brother Harry Angel in the Group 2 Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.
The… Read More
A record of 77 two-year-olds are entered for the fifth running of the Foran Equine Irish EBF Auction Series Final at Naas Racecourse, with a prize-fund of €120,000. It… Read More
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has today announced that, following an extensive, global recruitment process, Shaun Parker – Chief Stipendiary Steward for the National Horseracing Authority of South Africa based in Durban – has been appointed as its new Head… Read More
Aidan O’Brien is priming Magna Grecia’s return to the track in the Queen Elizabeth IInd Stakes.
The colt won the Qipco 2,000 Guineas in earloy May, before finishing fifth in the Irish equivalent at the Curragh.
However, he… Read More
William Haggas could send Skardu to Australia for the lucrative inaugural Golden Eagle at Rosehill in November.
The Craven Stakes winner ran third in the 2,000 Guineas then fourth in the Irish equivalent and St James’s Palace Stakes at… Read More