City Boy was a surprise winner of a close-run contest for the Grade Two Nearctic Stakes at Woodbine.
Nine lined-up for this six-furlong dash on the turf.
Boreal Spirit and City Boy were fast away, but it was Yorkton who… Read More
Andrew Balding enjoyed Group Two success as Shadn landed the Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte.
Eight contested this six-furlong race in very soft ground, with Sir Boris soon in front.
Sir Boris was still there with a furlong and a half to… Read More
Last year’s Melbourne Cup third, Prince Of Arran, once again acquitted himself well in Australia as he ran a close second to The Chosen One in the Ladbrokes Herbert Power Stakes at Caulfield.
The Charlie Fellowes-trained six… Read More
The final shipment of international raiders has just departed for Melbourne, with 14 gallopers setting off on an odyssey to the other side of the world to tackle the best homegrown talent… Read More
The 2019 Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp, was the most eagerly-anticipated Flat race for a generation, as Enable (152) sought to make history by becoming the first three-time winner of Europe’s premier middle-distance contest.
It was… Read More
Martyn Meade is mulling whether to return Technician to ParisLongchamp for the Prix Royal-Oak on October 27th, following his fine victory there in the Prix Chaudenay, on Saturday.
The three-year-old colt had won the Geoffrey… Read More
Merriebelle Stable’s Blue Prize (ARG) ran down Elate in the final sixteenth of a mile to win the 64th running of the Grade One Juddmonte Spinster for fillies and mares… Read More
Future plans for Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Waldgeist have yet to be made.
The five-year-old could run at the Breeders’ Cup as he did last year, although his… Read More