Frankel

Mozu Ascot Gives Frankel First G1 Dirt Winner In February Stakes

Capital System’s 6-year-old favorite Mozu Ascot swept to the front in the final furlong to win Sunday’s 37th running of the 1-mile, $2 million February Stakes (G1) on dirt by 2 ½ lengths over huge longshot K T Brave (JPN) at Tokyo Racecourse, and gained the first automatic berth into this year’s $6 million Longines […]

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Juddmonte Farms Draft Highlights Day 3 Of Tattersalls December Mares Sale

The Juddmonte Farms consignment is normally the highlight of the third day of the Tattersalls December Mares Sale and the draft of fillies from the leading nursery did not disappoint, realizing 2,809,000 guineas (US$3,865,300) for the 24 lots sold. The leading light for the Juddmonte draft was the Frankel filly Time Saver who was knocked […]

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Superstar Mare Enable Wins Second Cartier Horse Of The Year Award

Enable, winner of three Group 1s in Europe this year and second in France’s Arc de Triomphe, has been named the 2019 Cartier Horse of the Year. It’s the 5-year-old mare’s second Horse of the Year title in Europe and fifth overall Cartier Award. She also won Older Horse this year and in 2018. Enable […]

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Academy Award Winner Irons Cast In Film Adaptation Of Champion Frankel’s Career

Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons was cast as trainer Sir Henry Cecil for the film adaptation of champion racehorse Frankel’s career, reports racingpost.com. Irons will also help produce the film, which will focus on the relationship between the late Cecil and Frankel, as well as the horse’s undefeated record in 14 lifetime starts. “A lot […]

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Half-Brother To Golden Horn Lights Up Sale Ring At Tattersalls October Book 1

A Frankel brother to the 2015 Epsom Derby winner Golden Horn was the star turn on the second day of Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale when selling for 3,100,000 guineas (US$3,974,296), the second highest price for a yearling colt in the world this year. The Frankel brother to Golden Horn lit up […]

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Revisiting ‘Favorite Horses’ Next Up In TVG 20th Anniversary Celebration

TVG, America’s horse racing network and industry-leading advanced-deposit wagering platform, will be continuing its summer celebration of its 20th anniversary with a nod to the equine athletes as the on-air talent reflect on their favorite horses through a series of specially-produced vignettes that are scheduled to air during TVG’s regular programming beginning Thursday, July 25 […]

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Champion Too Darn Hot ‘Back In The Right Place,’ Aims For Breeders’ Cup Berth In Sussex

Stradivarius, Too Darn Hot and Mehdaayih headline a strong John Gosden team for the five-day Qatar Goodwood Festival, which runs from Tuesday, July 30 to Saturday, August 3. Europe’s unbeaten champion two-year-old of 2018, Too Darn Hot, is all set for the feature £1-million G1 Qatar Sussex Stakes over a mile on Wednesday, July 31. […]

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New King Earns Near-Record Price At Tattersalls July Sale

The Tattersalls July Sale concluded with New King and Inverleigh selling for 450,000 guineas (US$594,235) and 350,000 guineas ($462,174) respectively, resulting in increases across the board and four of the top ten prices in the history of the sale. The 3-year-old Frankel colt New King became the second highest-priced sale ever at the Tattersalls July […]

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Frankel Gets First British Classic Winner With Anapurna In Investec Oaks

Frankie Dettori added a fifth Group One Investec Oaks win to his Classic collection when taking the 2019 race aboard the John Gosden-trained Anapurna. He has now won 18 British Classics. Dettori previously scored in 1994 on Balanchine, 1995 on Moonshell, 2002 on Kazzia and in 2017 on Enable. He is the most successful jockey […]

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