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Dual Arc, BC Turf Winner Enable ‘Even Bigger And Stronger’ Ahead Of 2019 Campaign

John Gosden’s star pupil Enable has started preparing for a 2019 campaign in which she’ll try for an unprecedented third win in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, reports Sky Sports. “She is in great order. She is even bigger and stronger again, so it is fingers crossed with her,” said Gosden. “She has enjoyed the […]

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Breeders’ Cup Turf Winner Red Rocks Dies At 15

Red Rocks, winner of the 2006 Breeders’ Cup Turf, died in September at age 15, BloodHorse reports. The Irish-bred son of Galileo last stood at Calumet Farm in Lexington, Ky., where he had resided since 2015. He entered stud at Centro Equino Arcadia in Italy for the 2010 breeding season, and he shuttled to Chile […]

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Talismanic To Stand For 1.8 Million Yen At Darley Japan

Darley Japan will offer seven stallions in the 2019 season, including newcomer Talismanic. The son of Medaglia d’Oro won the Breeders’ Cup Turf and will stand his first season for a fee of 1.8 million yen, or about US$16,200. “We are delighted to offer Japanese breeders a more powerful lineup of stallions than ever, with an […]

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Il Mercato’s Carlos Pellegrini Victory Earns First Berth To 2019 Breeders’ Cup Turf

In a thrilling finish, Ricardo Benedicto’s Stud Rubio B’s 3-year-old Il Mercato (ARG) prevailed by a head at 17-1 over the favored Sixties Song (ARG), with For the Top (ARG), the Argentine Derby (G1) winner, in third, to win Saturday’s $319,394, 1 ½ -mile Gran Premio International Carlos Pellegrini (G1) by a head at San […]

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After Disappointing In BC Turf, Waldgeist Appears ‘Fresh’ For Hong Kong Vase

Among the four Group 1 treats on Sunday’s LONGINES Hong Kong International Races card, only Mile hotpot Beauty Generation holds a bigger ratings edge over his rivals than Waldgeist, yet the Hong Kong Vase contender has been surrounded by questions ever since a lackluster performance in the Breeders’ Cup Turf. A model of consistency during […]

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Arc Fourth Waldgeist Takes Aim On Hong Kong Vase

Andre Fabre commands maximum respect when he takes aim at the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races and will be doubly represented for this year’s edition on Dec. 9. Soon to be crowned Champion Trainer in France for a remarkable 29th time, Fabre has confirmed G1 Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (2400m) winner Waldgeist for the HK$20 […]

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Breeders’ Cup Turf Winner Talismanic To Enter Stud In Japan

Talismanic, a top-class son of leading sire Medaglia d’Oro and winner of last year’s Breeders’ Cup Turf, will join the Darley roster in Japan for 2019. Under the care of master trainer Andre Fabre throughout his career,Talismanic broke his maiden by no fewer than seven lengths at two. From then on, he raced almost exclusively in stakes company, winning twice […]

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Breeders’ Cup Turf Winner Enable To Race In 2019, Seek Third Straight Arc Win

Juddmonte Farms announced Monday that Enable, the back-to-back winner of the Arc de Triomphe and victor in the Breeders’ Cup Turf earlier this month, will stay in training for another racing campaign next year. A tweet from Juddmonte indicated the main goal for Enable’s 5-year-old season will be an attempt at winning the Arc a […]

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Godolphin: Breeders’ Cup Turf Winner Talismanic Retired From Racing

Talismanic, arguably one of Godolphin’s most popular horses with racing fans and the team alike, has been retired from racing. The flashy bay/brown horse was trained by Andre Fabre throughout his career, breaking his maiden by no fewer than seven lengths at two. From then on, he raced almost exclusively in Stakes company, winning twice […]

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Gosden Trainees Take Five Cartier Awards: Roaring Lion Horse Of The Year

Roaring Lion has been revealed as the 2018 Cartier Horse Of The Year at the 28th annual Cartier Racing Awards, European horseracing’s equivalent of the Oscars. Owned by Qatar Racing Limited, the outstandingly talented and consistent 3-year-old colt becomes the fourth Cartier Horse Of The Year in the last five years to be trained by […]

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