breeders’ cup turf

Acclimate Steals Away On The Front End In Del Mar Handicap

The Ellwood Johnston Trust and Timmy Time Racing’s Acclimate grabbed the lead at the start of Saturday’s Grade 2 Del Mar Handicap and was able to hold it all the way to the wire, out-lasting the late-running Oscar Dominguez by a length on the wire. The 5-year-old California-bred son of Acclamation, ridden by Florent Geroux […]

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Arlington Million Day: Bricks And Mortar Bids To Extend Win Streak; Sistercharlie Seeks Repeat

Arlington International Racecourse will hold its premiere race day of the season on Saturday August 10, as the International Festival of Racing returns featuring the 37th running of the Arlington Million (GI). The first of three Grade I’s on the day will be the 30th running of the Beverly D. (GI) as Sistercharlie (IRE) looks to […]

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Enable Denies Crystal Ocean In Thrilling King George Battle

Surely to be recorded as one of the most memorable finishes in the history of the 1 ½-mile King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1), the indominable 5-year-old mare Enable (GB), under jockey Frankie Dettori, out dueled Sir Evelyn de Rothschild’s Crystal Ocean (GB) in an epic stretch drive to win Saturday’s 69th edition […]

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TVG To Air ‘Win And You’re In’ Ascot Race Featuring Enable

TVG, America’s horse racing network and the industry-leading advanced-deposit wagering platform, will be broadcasting the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes sponsored by QIPCO exclusively this Saturday both on-air and streaming via TVG.com. Champion Enable headlines the field of eleven rivals and will be trying to become the third horse in history to win two […]

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Turf Repeat? Enable Faces Stiff Challenge In ‘Win And You’re In’ Race At Ascot

The most anticipated race thus far in the European racing season will take place this Saturday, July 27 at Ascot when the superstar 5-year-old mare Enable (GB) faces off against a bevy of Group 1 winners including Crystal Ocean (GB), Dafoe (IRE), Anthony Van Dyck (IRE), Waldgeist (GB) and Cheval Grand (JPN) among 11 starters in the 1 ½-mile King George VI and Queen […]

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‘Extraordinary’ Enable Takes On Tough Field In King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Champion trainer John Gosden is not taking anything for granted as star mare Enable takes aim at the Group 1 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth QIPCO Stakes (3.40pm) at Ascot this Saturday, July 27. The contest offers the winner an expenses-paid berth to the Breeders’ Cup Turf, which Enable captured last November at Churchill […]

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Breeders’ Cup Champion Enable Makes A Triumphant Return In Coral-Eclipse

Juddmonte’s Enable hadn’t run since her victory in the Breeders’ Cup Turf last November at Churchill Downs, but the 5-year-old daughter of Nathaniel didn’t let that stop her in Saturday’s Group 1 Coral-Eclipse at Sandown. Facing off once again with Magical, the Breeders’ Cup runner up, Enable and Frankie Dettori took over the lead in […]

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Champion Enable ‘Ready To Go’ Off The Layoff In Saturday’s Coral-Eclipse

Enable is on course to make her much-awaited 2019 return in the G1 Coral-Eclipse at Sandown Park this Saturday, July 6, after 13 contenders were left in the 10-furlong highlight at Monday’s confirmation stage. The G1 Coral-Eclipse is part of the QIPCO British Champions Series and the centerpiece of Sandown Park’s two-day Coral Summer Festival, […]

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Lys Gracieux Defeats Male Rivals In Japan To Earn Breeders’ Cup Turf Berth

U. Carrot Farm’s 5-year-old mare Lys Gracieux (JPN), the only female in the field, passed the favored Kiseki (JPN) in mid-stretch to win Sunday’s 60th running of the 1 3/8-mile, US$2,826 million Takarazuka Kinen (G1) at Hanshin Racecourse by three lengths, and earned an automatic berth into the Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1) through the […]

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Rey De Oro, Kiseki Chasing Breeders’ Cup Berths in Takarazuka Kinen

Led by U. Carrot Farm’s 5-year-old 2017 Japanese Derby (G1) winner Rey de Oro (JPN) and rival Tatsue Ishikawa’s 5-year-old Kiseki (JPN), runner-up in last year’s Japan Cup (G1), a field of 12 has been entered for Sunday’s 60th running of the 1 3/8-mile, US$2.826 million Takarazuka Kinen (G1) at Hanshin Racecourse. The winner of […]

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