qatar racing

True Valour’s Late Rally Nets City Of Hope Mile Win

Qatar Racing’s True Valour emerged victorious in a five-horse blanket finish at the wire of Saturday’s Grade 2 City of Hope Mile Stakes at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., rallying from off the pace under Drayden Van Dyke to win by a head. The Irish-bred by Kodiac (GB) is trained by Simon Callaghan. The […]

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Roaring Lion Loses Battle With Colic, Euthanized In New Zealand

Qatar Racing and Tweenhills Stud are absolutely devastated to have to announce the death of Roaring Lion who has been put to sleep after suffering another bout of colic in New Zealand. Tweenhills owner David Redvers said: “At approximately midday (GMT) / 23.00 NZ today Roaring Lion was observed to be uncomfortable in his stable […]

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‘Cornerstone’ Family Carries CEO’s Hopes In 2019 Queen’s Plate

The Queen’s Plate is always a significant occasion for Woodbine Entertainment Chief Executive Officer Jim Lawson because of its rich history, but this year will be more than just ceremonial for him because of a horse that has ties to his family and to Queen Elizabeth II. Federal Law, a horse Jim bred and then […]

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First Mares Scanned In Foal To Roaring Lion

Roaring Lion, the world champion 3-year-old of 2018 and Cartier Horse Of The Year, who stands at Tweenhills Stud in England, has taken to stallion duties with ease and has had his first mares scanned in foal, including Qatar Racing-owned Common Knowledge. Common Knowledge is the dam of dual stakes winners Astrophysical Jet and Coral Wave and boasts […]

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True Valour Gives Andrea Atzeni First Santa Anita Victory In Thunder Road

With heavily favored River Boyne bottled up late, longshot True Valour rallied from off the pace to take Saturday’s Grade III, $100,000 Thunder Road Stakes by a half length while providing trainer Simon Callaghan with his second stakes win on the day and Italian-born Andrea Atzeni, 27, with his first ever Santa Anita stakes victory. […]

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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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Roaring Lion ‘In Tremendous Shape,’ Pre-Entered For Breeders’ Cup Classic And Turf

Four-time Group 1 winner Roaring Lion has exited his victory in Saturday’s Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Champions Day in great shape, according to attheraces.com. The 3-year-old son of Kitten’s Joy is expected to retire to stud for the 2018 season, but owner Sheikh Fahad has one more start in mind: Roaring Lion has been pre-entered […]

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Qatar: Brown, Dettori Team Up With Money Multiplier In Bid For $1 Million Emir’s Trophy

orses from the U.S., Britain, France, Germany, Ireland and Italy feature in a high-class 16-runner renewal of the Emir’s Trophy, the Thoroughbred highlight of the two-day $2.95 million (£2.2m) Emir’s Sword Festival at Al Rayyan Racecourse in Doha, Qatar, on Friday and Saturday. The $1 million mile-and-a-half race is, like all six international races at […]

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Toast Of New York Makes Successful Return To Racing With Win At Lingfield

Toast Of New York made a triumphant return to action in the Betway Conditions Stakes at Lingfield. Jamie Osborne’s six-year-old entire had not been seen since being agonizingly beaten by a nose in the Breeders’ Cup Classic of 2014, an absence of 1,130 days during which time he had a spell at stud in Qatar. […]

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Qatar Racing Purchases Half-Interest In Dubai World Cup Contender Neolithic

According to a Starlight Racing press release, the ownership group has reached an agreement to sell a half interest in Dubai World Cup contender Neolithic to Qatar Racing. Neolithic, a 4-year-old son of former Starlight Racing color-bearer Harlan’s Holiday, exits a third-place finish in the $12 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational Stakes (G1) Jan. 28 […]

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