The Dewhurst Stakes form could be tested fairly quickly, with the news that Aidan O’Brien is contemplating running second the third, Arizona and Wichita, at the Breeders’ Cup in Santa Anita.
The duo were beaten two lengths and two… Read More
Willie Mullins is contemplating Down Royal’s Ladbrokes Champion Chase as a possible starting point for Kemboy’s season.
The seven-year-old made huge leaps and bounds last term, culminating with Grade One victories… Read More
Desert Encounter added another chapter to his amazing international record, as he came from last to first to win the Grade One Pattison Canadian International Stakes at Woodbine.
Just the six lined-up for this 1 ½ mile contest,… Read More
Cambier Parc did it from the front and had plenty in reserve to land the Grade One Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Keeneland.
A field of nine three year-old fillies lined-up for this nine-furlong contest on the turf.
From the… Read More
Starship Jubilee was a clear-cut winner of the Grade One E.P. Taylor Stakes at Woodbine.
Ten fillies and mares took part in this ten-furlong contest on the turf.
AA Azula’s Arch was well away, but Red Tea soon took over… Read More
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