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Horse racing around the world

Horse racing around the world

| February 2, 2016

Horse racing is a most interesting sport and famous in many countries. The sport involves two or more jockeys driving horses over a distance. It can be enjoyed online and well as offline. In today’s modern world of technology, viewers can also enjoy online horse racing as their betting interest. This game is also called game […]

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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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Mahuta wins 4th straight

Mahuta wins 4th straight

| November 15, 2015

Mahuta continued his meteoric rise when he strolled to his fourth straight win in Saturday’s Group Two Sandown Guineas (1600m). Prepared by the carnival’s leading trainer Darren Weir, Mahuta over came a three wide trip to win the day’s feature in emphatic style. Highly regarded kiwi Dal Cielo was second home, but was never a […]

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Breeding news

Australian Easter Sale Day 3

Australian Easter Sale Day 3

| April 9, 2015

The 2015 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale reached great heights through three tremendous days of selling at Newmarket this week, as the Session I statistics hit seven year highs and Session II set more records. “As stated throughout the Inglis Easter marketing campaign a lot goes into realising a champion, but it is thanks our […]

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Australian Easter Sale Day 2

Australian Easter Sale Day 2

| April 8, 2015

Australian and international investors raised the competition on Day Two of the 2015 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale, pushing the average price past $290,000 as the clearance rate continues to rise. “The diversity of buyers, sires and vendors represented at the top of the yearling market is a great indicator for the overall confidence in […]

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Australian Easter Sale Day 1

Australian Easter Sale Day 1

| April 7, 2015

Australian and international buyers locked horns on the opening day of the 2015 Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale purchasing 132 of the region’s best yearlings at a great average of $291,667. “There has been an incredible buzz around the sale, and day one has certainly lived up to that,” said Inglis’ Managing Director Mark Webster. […]

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International racing

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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Road to the 141st Kentucky Derby

Road to the 141st Kentucky Derby

| March 4, 2015

Throughout the world, the Twin Spires have become symbolic to Churchill Downs and “the greatest two minutes in sports,” the Kentucky Derby. TwinSpires is the official online betting site of the Kentucky Derby. This year the race takes place on May 2, 2015 at Churchill Downs. The 141st running of the $2 million guaranteed Kentucky […]

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Australia triumphs in the Epsom Derby

Australia triumphs in the Epsom Derby

| June 9, 2014

AIDAN O’BRIEN claimed a record third straight Derby success after Australia, described by the master trainer as the best horse he has trained, lived up to the billing with a show-stopping success in Britain’s premier Flat race. Out of Oaks winner Ouija Board by Derby hero Galileo, Australia, sent off a well-backed 11-8 favourite, fulfilled […]

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Special interest stories

Village notches up 15 years of service

Village notches up 15 years of service

| October 1, 2014

On the exact day that Juan Antonio Samaranch, chairman of the International Olympic Committee, declared Sydney as the “best Olympic Games ever”, Thoroughbred Village was registered as a Business in Australia. Today, the 1st October, we celebrate our 15th birthday. Speaking as the founding member and owner of the village, it’s been an incredible experience […]

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Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

| August 18, 2013

The phenomenal increase in the popularity of Twitter as a social media tool has led some to reassess the position of online community forums, the traditional way for users to interact online and publish their opinions to the general audience. As an avid user of both mediums, I believe that rather than overtaking traditional forms of personal blogging, […]

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Turn Me Loose strong in Emirates win

Turn Me Loose strong in Emirates win

| November 8, 2015

Turn Me Loose ran his rivals ragged to claim the $1 million Emirates Stakes (1,600m) at Flemington to prove himself one of the spring’s dominant milers. It was a fitting result for trainer Murray Baker, whose star stayer Mongolian Khan is still struggling to overcome the effects of a colic attack that ruled him out […]

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Jameka races away with The Oaks

Jameka races away with The Oaks

| November 5, 2015

Thunderstorms earlier in the day could not dampen the hopes for Jameka in the VRC Oaks (2500m) at Flemington and the favourite duly saluted, becoming the eighth Inglis graduate to win the Group 1 fillies Classic in the last 12 years. Jameka (Myboycharlie x Mine Game) helped trainer Ciaron Maher to back-to-back wins in the […]

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Prince of Penzance wins Cup

Prince of Penzance wins Cup

| November 5, 2015

Michelle Payne became the first ever woman jockey to win the Melbourne Cup when she won Australia’s greatest race aboard Prince of Penzance. It has taken 155 years, but Payne, one of the youngest of the famous Payne racing family, galloped into history with a stunning performance aboard the Darren Weir trained gelding. “It’s unbelievable. I […]

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