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Top-Rated Crystal Ocean Takes On All Comers In Juddmonte International

Crystal Ocean will bid to confirm his status as the highest-rated horse in the world when he contests the Group 1 Juddmonte International Stakes at York on Wednesday – the opening day of the Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained star ran a mighty race in defeat in last month’s King George […]

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Prince Of Wales’s Stakes: Dettori, Crystal Ocean Hold Off Magical To Earn BC Turf ‘Win And You’re In’

Last year’s Breeders’ Cup Turf runner-up Magical had to settle for second again Wednesday as she couldn’t get by Crystal Ocean in deep stretch of the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes, a ‘Win and You’re In’ for the 2019 edition of the Turf. The victory by Crystal Ocean, ridden by Frankie Dettori and trained […]

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Mirage Dancer To Carry Juddmonte Flag In Hong Kong Vase

Sir Michael Stoute’s Mirage Dancer will bid to continue Khalid Abdullah’s golden end to 2018 by carrying his owner’s famous green, pink and white silks to victory in the  G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Dec. 9. Enable wore those famous colors for her second G1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe win […]

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Euro Invader Expert Eye Flies Late Under Dettori To Capture Breeders’ Cup Mile

The Grade 1 Breeders’ Cup Mile finish was a thriller for spectators at Churchill Downs Saturday, but it also proved a nail-biter for Sir Michael Stoute, trainer of victor Expert Eye (GB). Expert Eye and Frankie Dettori were shuffled farther back than is typical for the 3-year-old colt. The pair were fourth from last going […]

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Best Of The Breeders’ Cup Presented By Brisnet: Turf And Filly & Mare Turf

International runners have traditionally fared well in the Breeders’ Cup’s marquee turf races, hence why there are so many pictures of Frankie Dettori vaulting off horses in North American winner’s circles. The influence foreign runners have on the outcomes of the Breeders’ Cup Turf, and Filly and Mare Turf, is so strong that the top […]

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Injury Knocks Its Gonna Hurt Out Of Juvenile Turf Sprint; Sharp Samurai Scratched Due To Illness

A pair of scratches from Breeders’ Cup races were announced on Friday, according to bloodhorse.com. Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint contender Its Gonna Hurt was diagnosed with a suspensory injury, said trainer Brian Koriner, while Breeders’ Cup Mile hopeful Sharp Samurai came down with a throat infection this morning. Its Gonna Hurt (Violence), winner of the […]

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Cheveley Park’s Medicean Dies At Age 21

Medicean, the Eclipse and Lockinge Stakes winner and sire of ten Group 1 winners, has died suddenly from a suspected heart attack at the age of 21. Bred and raced by Cheveley Park Stud and trained by Sir Michael Stoute, Medicean won the Group 2 Celebration Mile as a three year old, but was not […]

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Poet’s Word Takes On Roaring Lion In Wednesday’s Juddmonte International

Led by multiple Group 1 winner Poet’s Word (IRE) and Coral-Eclipse (G1) winner Roaring Lion, a field of eight horses is scheduled to start in Wednesday’s about 1 1/4-mile Juddmonte International (G1) at York, with the winner receiving an automatic berth into the Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1) through the international Breeders’ Cup Challenge. The […]

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Hellenic Granddaughter, Superioritycomplex Nails North American Debut At Arlington

In her first start in just over a year, Superioritycomplex (IRE) found the winner’s circle in Saturday’s eighth race at Arlington International Racecourse, a one-mile turf allowance event. In addition, the one-length victory was the 4-year-old daughter of Hard Spun’s North American debut for trainer Michael Stidham. Guided by jockey Mitchell Murrill, Superioritycomplex was sixth […]

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Undefeated Without Parole Leads Wednesday’s Sussex Stakes At Glorious Goodwood

Led by John and Tanya Gunther’s undefeated homebred Without Parole (GB) and Khalid Abdullah’s Jersey Stakes (G3) winner Expert Eye (GB), a field of eight runners is set for Wednesday’s one-mile, $1.391 million Qatar Sussex Stakes (G1) at Glorious Goodwood, with the winner receiving an automatic berth into the Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) through the international Breeders’ […]

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