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Vow And Declare Victorious In Melbourne Cup; Dettori Suspended For Ride On Runner-Up

Australian-bred Vow and Declare gave his countrymen reason to celebrate when he won the Melbourne Cup by a head, overturning a ten-year streak of foreign winners, according to The Guardian. The 4-year-old marked the first winner in the Melbourne Cup for trainer Danny O’Brien and jockey Craig Williams. “It’s an amazingly special thing to happen. […]

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Stradivarius Beaten On The Wire By Kew Gardens In British Champions Long Distance Cup

Stradivarius suffered his first defeat in almost two years as Kew Gardens came on top in a pulsating climax to the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup. The remarkable Stradivarius has completely dominated the staying division over the past couple of seasons – with back-to-back wins in the Yorkshire Cup, Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup and […]

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‘I Can’t Wait’: Two-Time Arc Winner Enable To Return To Races At 6 In 2020

Enable, whose bid for an unprecedented third consecutive victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe fell just short on Oct. 6 at France’s ParisLongchamp, will not race again this year but will return in 2020 to compete as a 6-year-old, owner-breeder Juddmonte Farms announced in a Tweet on Tuesday morning. Champion jockey Frankie Dettori, […]

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Dettori: Enable ‘Went Down In Glory, Even In Defeat’

Jockey Frankie Dettori took a moment to reflect on Enable’s heartbreaking defeat in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe last weekend, reports racingtv.com. The mare was trying to make history with a third consecutive victory in the Arc. “The race went exactly like I thought,” the jockey said. “I had a great spot and the […]

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‘We Don’t Love Her Any Less’: Waldgeist Denies Enable In Arc

Gestut Ammerland and Newsells Park’s Waldgeist hit his best stride in the final 150 yards to defeat champion Enable on Sunday, spoiling the mare’s attempt for a history-making third win in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. A 5-year-old son of Galileo, Waldgeist gave jockey Pierre-Charles Boudot his first win in the race and trainer […]

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History-Chasing Enable Heads 16 Runners Aiming For Sunday’s Arc De Triomphe

The “Queen of the Turf” is one of 16 remaining runners pointing to Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe after Monday’s first forfeit stage, and Enable couldn’t be doing any better. The superstar mare breezed on the Limekilns on Monday morning, according to racingpost.com, pleasing both her trainer John Gosden and jockey Frankie Dettori. “It was […]

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Stradivarius Continues To Dominate Distance Division In Doncaster Cup

Stradivarius secured his tenth successive victory with a dominant display in the Magners Rose Doncaster Cup. John Gosden’s five-year-old has completely dominated the staying division over the past couple of seasons – with back-to-back wins in the Yorkshire Cup, Gold Cup, Goodwood Cup and Lonsdale Cup seeing him scoop the Weatherbys Hamilton Stayers’ Million in […]

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Imprimis Looking To Get His Season Back On Track In RUNHAPPY Turf Sprint

Saturday’s $700,000, Game 3 RUNHAPPY Turf Sprint at Kentucky Downs will be the first race for Breeze Easy LLC’s Imprimis since the 5-year-old gelding finished sixth in the Group 1 King’s Stand at Royal Ascot on June 18. Trainer Joe Orseno believes the 4 3/4 lengths by which Imprimis was defeated that day would have […]

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Now Highest-Rated Horse In Britain, Enable Bounced Out Of Yorkshire Oaks In Great Form

Enable was given a Racing Post Rating of 128, equal to her top form as a 3-year-old, following this week’s victory in the Group 1 Yorkshire Oaks over rival Magical, according to racingpost.com. The superstar mare, unbeaten in her last 12 starts and a winner of five straight G1’s, bested Crystal Ocean in last month’s […]

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Enable, Magical Renew Breeders’ Cup Rivalry In Thursday’s Yorkshire Oaks

Prince Khalid Abdullah’s super mare Enable (GB) and Derrick Smith, Mrs. John Magnier and Michael Tabor’s multiple Group 1- winning filly Magical (IRE) are slated to renew their rivalry on Thursday at York in the 1 ½-mile Darley Yorkshire Oaks (G1) during the York Ebor Festival. The Yorkshire Oaks winner will receive an automatic berth […]

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