Category: International

Sea of Class Puts Herself in Arc Mix

Sea of Class Puts Herself in Arc Mix

| August 28, 2018

Sea of Class established herself as one of the main contenders for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, following her victory in the Yorkshire Oaks at the Ebor Festival at York, where she justified favouritism to score by just over two lengths. The daughter of Sea the Stars will be aiming to follow in her […]

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Racing’s top National Hunt action at Cheltenham Festival

Racing’s top National Hunt action at Cheltenham Festival

| March 12, 2018

The Cheltenham festival is here which brings about a huge amount of excitement for racing fans as the iconic racing is the top national hunt action over the season. There are a long list of star horses to look forward too but there is one that stands out from the crowd and that is star […]

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Cheltenham Festival 2018: The offer every punter needs

Cheltenham Festival 2018: The offer every punter needs

| March 2, 2018

We’re now within touching distance of this year’s Cheltenham Festival and as we reach the month of March punters and bookmakers are preparing themselves for a nerve-shredding four days of action. Champions will be made on the turf of Prestbury Park, profits raked in both on-course and around the world on the outcome of each […]

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What next for champion mare Winx

What next for champion mare Winx

| January 30, 2018

Champion mare Winx has dominated the Australian horseracing scene over the last two years and is now set to head overseas in search of stiffer competition. She extended her winning run to a phenomenal 22 races when beating Humidor to win the Cox Plate in October, and is now Australia’s all-time leading money earner. Now […]

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Superstars of world racing eye Royal Ascot battleground

Superstars of world racing eye Royal Ascot battleground

| January 30, 2018

Horse racing enthusiasts who had been licking their lips at the prospect of seeing a real star of the sport compete at June’s Royal Ascot meeting were dealt a blow when connections revealed they are unlikely to send Winx to the UK. The Australian-based showstopper, boasting a stunning unbeaten run, was whispered to be interested […]

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Grand National draws massive worldwide audience

Grand National draws massive worldwide audience

| March 29, 2016

The Grand National Steeplechase, run at the famous Aintree racecourse in Liverpool England, is one of the most famous races in the world with a history dating back to the 19th century. The race was first run in 1839 as the Grand Liverpool Steeplechase, which later became known as the Grand National. The race gained […]

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Australian sprinter rules the world

Australian sprinter rules the world

| March 27, 2016

Superstar Australian sprinter Buffering raced to international stardom in the Group One Al Quoz Sprint (1000m) at Meydan in Dubai overnight. At his first start since winning on the richest raceday ever held in Australia, Buffering has travelled away from home and now swept one of the features at the world’s richest raceday. In winning the […]

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Many Clouds aiming for GN double

Many Clouds aiming for GN double

| March 22, 2016

Can Many Clouds Achieve a Historic Grand National Double? The curtain may have fallen on the Cheltenham Festival for this year, but there is still plenty of quality National Hunt racing to come in 2016. Of course, the fair-weather punters’ favourite renewal is the Grand National, a traditional jolly for the bookmakers, and in April […]

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Kentucky Derby field taking shape

Kentucky Derby field taking shape

| February 17, 2016

American Pharoah last year became the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed completed the series sweep in 1978. Will this year’s crop contain a thoroughbred that can emulate last season’s hero and become the 12th Triple Crown winner. The first race of the series, the 142nd Kentucky Derby, is run at Churchill Downs on Saturday […]

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A Shin Hikari causes Hong Kong Cup upset

A Shin Hikari causes Hong Kong Cup upset

| December 17, 2015

The 2015 Hong Kong Cup was dominated by Japan, who had the first and second in the world’s richest turf race over 2000m. A Shin Hikari, who went off at 39.0 in the betting, strung the upset when scoring by a length ahead of the Japanese-trained Nuovo Record. A Shin Hikari went into the Hong […]

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