Minding named Horse of the Year at the Cartier Racing Awards

Minding named Horse of the Year at the Cartier Racing Awards

Minding is a five-time Group One champ with triumphs in the 1,000 Guineas, Oaks, Nassau Stakes and Queen Elizabeth II Stakes in 2016. Minding has been named Horse of the Year at the Cartier Racing Awards. The five-time Group One victory in 2016 triumphed as her Irish mentor Aidan O’Brien ruled the occasion praising the best of European level hustling. O’Brien was given the request of legitimacy and his stallions Found and Order Of St George won the most seasoned steed and top stayer classifications. Stablemate Churchill was driving two-year-old…

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Remarkable Wins For Ryan Moore and Horse Maurice at Tokyo Racecourse

Remarkable Wins For Ryan Moore and Horse Maurice at Tokyo Racecourse

The 2016 Autumn Tenno Sho ended with remarkable victories. The races were a display of skills from the riders and the pace from the horses. Among the iconic racers in the competition were Lovely Day and Hikari A Shin who made thrilling moves throughput the race. The wins were great achievements for both Maurice and his jockey, Ryan Moore. Since the onset of the race, it was evident that the combination was perfect and the horse was stronger than the other competitors were. Maurice the Horse Being an offspring of…

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Jockey Jim Crowley wins at the Stobart Flat Jockeys Championship

Jockey Jim Crowley wins at the Stobart Flat Jockeys Championship

Today, there are a lot of sports known to man worldwide. The categories of sports may vary considerably depending on a person’s point of view, likes and interests. Certain sports need less effort while others are more vigorous or extremely adventurous. Some sports are so relaxed while others are more competitive and strenuous. Some can be played alone while others are more enjoyable when playing with a group of friends or people. The choices and options for sports are numerous and endless, thus allowing people to be more active and…

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Jonathan Portman’s horse Mrs Danvers makes unbeaten record at Newmarket

Jonathan Portman’s horse Mrs Danvers makes unbeaten record at Newmarket

Jonathan Portman is renowned horse trainer who has been training the jumping racehorses for the last eighteen years. Before this, he was fond of riding and has been the winner of jump races in England and France too. In the starting of his career for the first fourteen years, he spent his life training in a rented yard. This yard belonged to Peter Cundell. During this time he has trained many winners over fences like Annie Byers, Ned Ludd. These winners were bought very economically. In order to enhance his…

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The 2016 Irish Champion Stakes

The 2016 Irish Champion Stakes

The current year’s Irish Champions Stakes at the Leopardstown is also set to be a standout amongst the most anxiously foreseen challenges of late years, not to mention this season. Toss in any semblance of Minding, Harland, and New Bays and you have yourself a breaking diversion that is certain to be appreciated on both sides of the Irish Sea. Here are a couple of the tops storylines and sub-plots.   Abnormal state count Between them, and the field have won nineteen Group 1s, gathered over the globes, from the…

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Ladbroke St Leger Festival 2016

Ladbroke St Leger Festival 2016

The Doncaster Cup additionally happens amid the celebration on Friday thirteenth September, and we need to transform an unfortunate day into a good for one – ideally!  Check out our horse racing tips hereThe Ladbroke St Leger Festival Be a piece of the gem in the crown of stallion dashing and appreciate an awesome day of value hustling and live diversion over the four-day dashing party from Wednesday eleventh to Saturday fourteenth September. With an expansive recreation for everybody with Ladies Day, The Doncaster Cup, unrecorded music and heaps of excitement it’s…

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Fair Eva Set For York

Fair Eva Set For York

Frankel filly Fair Eva will put her unbeaten recorded and growing reputation, on the line at York tomorrow in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes. Daughter of one of the greatest ever race horses in Frankel, and Group one winning mare African Rose. Fair Eva has a lot to live up to, bust so far in her short career she has been up to the challenge. The Roger Charlton filly impressed on her debut at Haydock in early June, she was back out again in late June at Ascot. With the…

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The horse racing tradition

The horse racing tradition

In this horse racing article, I will focus on the traditions prevalent in the sport and also the thrill associated with the sport of horse racing. Our ancestors revived the sport of horse racing. However, the modern form of the sport is a fine blend of safety, fair play and track technology. The sport in its 21st-century avatar is an epitome of fair play. The sport blends tradition and new developments in track technology that enhance its spectator value. Punters today love to visit the race courses which have been…

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Dancing Star victorious at Goodwood

Dancing Star victorious at Goodwood

9/2 favourite Dancing Star won the Qatar Stewards’ Cup on Saturday to round off a great week’s racing at Glorious Goodwood. Having won at Newmarket in the build-up to the weekend’s event at Goodwood, she followed up her impressive performance with one of a similar level this coming Saturday. Orion’s Bow, who was priced at 6/1, came in second but could not come closer to the winner, while 16/1 Raucous earned a respectable third. Trainer Andrew Balding was delighted with Dancing Star’s performance, praising her character and ability to persevere…

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Geraghty suffers broken arm in fall

Geraghty suffers broken arm in fall

Jockey Barry Geraghty is set to face at least two months out of the saddle after suffering a broken arm at Market Rasen on Saturday. Geraghty was riding for JP McManus on Cernunnos when he took the heavy hit, falling at the final fence whilst victory was still very much within reach at the Betfred Summer Plate Handicap Chase, which was eventually won by Long House Hall. After initial assessments, it appears the 36-year-old will miss at least two months of action as he waits for the injury to recover…

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