Ryan Moore

Snow Fairy repeats Queen Elizabeth II victory in Japan

Snow Fairy, trained by Ed Dunlop and ridden by Ryan Moore, completed back-to-back victories in winning the Grade 1 Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup in Japan Sunday, according to a Racing Post report. Snow Fairy broke from the outside post in the 18-horse field and scored by a neck over Aventura, with Apapane finishing third. […]

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Leparoux picks up mount on Await The Dawn in BC Turf

Jockey Julien Leparoux will ride European shipper Await The Dawn in the Breeders’ Cup Turf, Coolmore’s Ballydoyle training yard has confirmed.  Ballydoyle also said jockey Ryan Moore will be aboard So You Think in the Breeders’ Cup Classic.

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Jockey Moore could be out for season following Friday spill

Ryan Moore is expected to miss the rest of the season after breaking his humerus and thumb in an accident that occurred in the Summer Stakes at Goodwood on Friday, according to Tom Kerr in the Racing Post. Kerr noted: “Moore’s likely absence from at least the majority of the remainder of the season leaves […]

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Top awards go to Moore and O’Brien at Ascot

Racing Post reports Ryan Moore was leading jockey at Royal Ascot for the second consecutive year, and top trainer honors went to Aidan O’Brien. O’Brien, top trainer in 2007 had four winners at this year’s meet, including Fame And Glory in the Gold Cup. Click below to see complete final standings. Racing Post reports Ryan […]

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Borel to represent U.S. in Meydan Masters

Press Release Calvin Borel, who won an unprecedented third Kentucky Derby (G1) in four years while aboard Super Saver in 2010, will represent the United States in the Meydan Masters jockey competition in Dubai on February 17-18. In his second journey outside the United States for such a contest, Borel will ride against the best […]

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Jockey Ryan Moore crowned Hong Kong challenge winner

Last year, Ryan Moore shared the Hong Kong International Jockeys’ Championship in a three-way tie. This year the British jockey stood alone with 24 points and two wins in the four-race challenge.

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Ryan Moore takes World Super Jockeys’ Series in Tokyo

Ryan Moore captured the World Super Jockeys’ Series at Tokyo racecourse Saturday. He was competing against a field of top international jockeys including Johnny Murtagh and Mike Smith.

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THEY DON’T SPEAK CAJUN IN OSAKA

OSAKA, Japan—Calvin Borel won the opening race of the two-day World Super Jockeys Series at Hanshin race course on Saturday, but the victory was an eventful one. Borel, riding the favorite, the Australian-bred Red Ransom colt Oceana Boss, had to sweat out a lengthy inquiry after an incident at the top of the stretch. Borel […]

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