There was a surprise to the Group One Prix Royal-Oak at Saint-Cloud today, as the improving Pascal Bary colt Ice Breeze beat France’s leading stayer, the enigmatic Vazirabad.
Oriental Eagle and Brandon Castle were prominent early on, with… Read More
Intimation got off the mark for the year in fine style as she landed the Group Three Prix de Flore at Saint-Cloud today.
Eleven fillies and mares went to post for… Read More
Highland is on course for the defence of his Breeders’ Cup Turf crown in two weeks.
Aidan O’Brien’s globetrotter is expected to have… Read More
Librisa Breeze could tackle the Hong Kong Sprint.
Trainer Dean Ivory is prepared to collect some air miles, with a trip to Sha Tin on December 10 a possible target.
“We’ve got several options now,” Ivory told Racing UK.
“We’ll… Read More
Kerrin McEvoy has been booked to ride German raider Red Cardinal in the Emirates Melbourne Cup at Flemington on November 7.
Ryan Moore had been pencilled in to team up with the Andreas Wohler-trained colt, but connections have decided to… Read More
Trainer Wesley Ward was excited after Stonestreet Stables and Peter Leidel’s Keeneland-based European champion Lady Aureliaturned in her final Keeneland work Saturday, a day before she leaves for Southern California and… Read More
Boom Time ensured that the Group One Caulfield Cup remained in domestic hands with
Amelie’s Star quickly went on but the former Aidan O’Brien trained Sir Isaac Newton, racing widest, was soon into the lead and went 12 lengths clear… Read More
Godolphin’s Wuheida, who was scratched from last Saturday’s Queen Elizabeth II Challenge Cup Presented by Lane’s End because of a minor hoof issue, returned to the track Thursday for… Read More