breeders’ cup mile

Coronation Stakes Winner Watch Me Seeks Breeders’ Cup Berth At Deauville

The 3-year-old filly Watch Me (FR), winner of the Coronation Stakes (G1) at Royal Ascot and the 4-year-old Minstrel Stakes (G2) winner Romanised (IRE) lead an eight-horse field in Sunday’s straight course, one-mile Prix du Haras de Fresnay-Le Buffard – Jacques le Marois (G1) at Deauville on the northern coast of France. The winner of […]

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Uni, Got Stormy Vying To Become First Female To Win Fourstardave

In its first 34 runnings, no filly or mare has won the Grade 1, $500,000 Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga Race Course, but two entries are looking to buck history when graded stakes winner Got Stormy and Grade 1 winner Uni face eight males in Saturday’s featured race. The one-mile event over the inner turf at […]

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Too Darn Hot Holds Off Circus Maximus In Sussex For Automatic Berth In Breeders’ Cup Mile

Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s 3-year-old homebred Too Darn Hot (GB), under jockey Frankie Dettori, held off Flaxman Stables, Mrs. John Magnier and Michael Tabor’s Circus Maximus (IRE) to win Wednesday’s US$1,303,453, one-mile Qatar Sussex Stakes (G1) at Goodwood Racecourse by a half-length, and gained an automatic starting position into the $2 million TVG Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1), through the international […]

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Too Darn Hot, Circus Maximus Top Sussex Stakes, ‘Win And You’re In’ For BC Mile

Led by Lord Lloyd-Webber’s 3-year-old homebred Too Darn Hot (GB) and Flaxman Stables, Mrs. John Magnier and Michael Tabor’s  Circus Maximus (IRE), nine horses have been entered for Wednesday’s US$1,303,453, one mile, Qatar Sussex Stakes (G1) from  Goodwood Racecourse, with the winner receiving an automatic starting position into the $2 million TVG Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1), […]

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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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Mr Havercamp’s Forbidden Apple Win Puts Fourstardave ‘On The Radar’

Sean and Dorothy Fitzhenry’s Mr Havercamp, who stalked a swift early pace set by Gidu before pouncing to a half-length score in Friday’s Grade 3 Forbidden Apple, could return to Saratoga in search of his first Grade 1 score in the $500,000 Fourstardave slated for August 10. The Fourstardave is a “Win and You’re In” […]

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Royal Ascot: Lord Glitters Captures ‘Win And You’re In’ Ticket For Mile In Queen Anne

The 2019 Royal Ascot meeting got off to a curious start Tuesday with the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes, a qualifier for this year’s Breeders’ Cup Mile. First, last year’s Queen Anne winner Accidental Agent stood in his stall when the gates opened and refused to run. Then, the 2018 second-place finisher, Lord Glitters, won […]

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Eight Group 1 Winners Face Off In Tuesday’s Queen Anne Stakes

Royal Ascot gets under way with no fewer than eight Group 1 performers crossing swords in Tuesday’s Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes, which forms part of the Mile Category in the QIPCO British Champions Series and also offers an expenses-paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Mile this fall at Santa Anita Park. The first two […]

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Four Breeders’ Cup Berths On The Line At Royal Ascot

Britain will host the first races in the 2019 Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series to be run in Europe this year when the prestigious Royal Ascot meeting opens at Ascot Racecourse on Tuesday, June 18. The Breeders’ Cup Challenge is an international series of 86 stakes races, whose winners receive automatic starting positions and fees paid […]

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Indy Champ Upsets Almond Eye In Yasuda Kinen, Earns Breeders’ Cup Berth

Indy Champ shocked the world with an upset of favorite Almond Eye in this year’s Yasuda Kinen, renewing the race record to 1:30.9, 0.4 seconds shorter than previously set by Strong Return in 2012. Indy Champ broke well and secured a rail trip in fifth up to the top of the straight. After struggling behind […]

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