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Order Of St. George, Sioux Nation Lead New British And Irish Stallions Of 2019 By Mares Bred

Weatherbys’ initial Return of Mares for England and Ireland has been published, and Irish classic winner Order of St. George emerged as the most active first-year stallion of the 2019 breeding season, Racing Post reports. The three-time Group 1-winning son of Galileo covered 275 mares in his initial book at Coolmore’s Castlehyde Stud in Ireland, […]

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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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‘On His Way To A Slow Recovery’: Roaring Lion Returns To Cambridge Stud After Colic Surgery

European Horse of the Year Roaring Lion returned to Cambridge Stud in New Zealand on Aug. 8, following two colic surgeries in the last ten days. Roaring Lion was admitted to Cambridge Equine Hospital within minutes of arriving at Cambridge Stud from quarantine on Saturday, July 27. He underwent immediate surgery which had to be […]

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Four-Time Group 1 Winner Roaring Lion Recovering From Colic Surgery

Roaring Lion was admitted to Cambridge Equine Veterinary Hospital early Saturday morning for colic surgery. Released from quarantine at 6.00 am, he had spent 15 minutes in his paddock at Cambridge Stud in New Zealand when symptoms of colic were noted. He was transferred to Cambridge Equine Hospital immediately and underwent emergency surgery. Thanks to […]

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Justify Named Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners And Breeders Horse Of The Year, Stage Magic Named Broodmare Of The Year

Justify, winner of the 2018 Triple Crown, was named Horse of the Year and champion 3-year-old male by the Kentucky Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders during today’s KTOB awards luncheon at Keeneland. The KTOB recognized 12 other Kentucky-breds at the luncheon, led by Broodmare of the Year Stage Magic, the dam of Justify, and awards were […]

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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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Oisin Murphy Gets The Jump On Fly-In Riders For Hong Kong International Races

Latrobe gained the trivial distinction of being the first overseas raider sighted at exercise ahead of next week’s LONGINES Hong Kong International Races on Tuesday, and on the jockey front Oisin Murphy will get a jump on his fellow fly-in riders with six mounts tomorrow night, Nov. 28, at Happy Valley. The Irishman has enjoyed […]

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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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Twice As Nice: Enable Tops Nominees For Cartier Horse Of The Year Award

The nominations for the 28th annual Cartier Racing Awards were unveiled on Sunday, Nov. Horses trained by John Gosden in Newmarket have gained the Cartier Horse of the Year Award three times in the last four years – Kingman (2014), Golden Horn (2015) and Enable (2017). Britain’s champion Flat trainer holds a very strong hand […]

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Breeders’ Cup News Minute Presented By Adequan: Diversity Rules

This 35th Breeders’ Cup Classic has to be one of the most diverse fields in the history of the race. From running styles, to international flavor, to turf and dirt form, it’s a wide-ranging group. In this edition of the Breeders’ Cup News Minute, Scott Jagow and Ray Paulick talk to one of the jockeys […]

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