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South Africa: Rainbow Bridge Faces Stiff Challenge In Sun Met Repeat Bid

Last year’s Grade 1 Sun Met champion Rainbow Bridge will need to overcome a field of South Africa’s middle-distance stars, including ruling favorite Hawwaam, last year’s runner-up Do It Again, and the Breeders’ Cup-qualified Vardy in the 2020 Sun Met this weekend. The feature event on South Africa’s richest race day, the Sun Met takes […]

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Let It Ride In Australia For G1 Victoria Derby Day and The $7.5 Million Golden Eagle

Fans of elite racing will enjoy a seamless transition from Friday’s Breeders’ Cup action to the opening race in Melbourne, as Australia’s spring racing season climaxes with the start of Flemington’s four-day Melbourne Cup Carnival. Just one hour after Day One of the Breeders’ Cup concludes, the first race of an all-stakes card will be […]

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Australia: After Winx’s Four-Peat, Time For A New Name On The Cox Plate

The Melbourne Cup is Australia’s most famous race, but the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley – run this Friday night, has long been the country’s best race. The “Cup” is a two-mile handicap, but the “Plate” is a mile-and-a-quarter weight-for-age contest whose winners’ list reads like an honor roll of the nation’s finest steeds. “The […]

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Australia: Epsom Handicap, Turnbull Stakes Have Historic Connections To U.S. Racing

This Friday night’s racing from Australia is highlighted by a pair of time-honored Group One races: the Epsom Handicap at Royal Randwick in Sydney and the Turnbull Stakes at Flemington in Melbourne. Both races were inaugurated in 1865, are steeped in tradition and hold fascinating storylines for North American racing fans. The Epsom, named for […]

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Singapore Horse Racing Now Available To North American Horseplayers

Sky Racing World, the Louisville, Kentucky-based distributor of international horse-racing content and subsidiary of Australian wagering operator Tabcorp, has announced the launch of a new simulcasting product that will make Singapore horse racing available to North American audiences. The service was officially launched last Friday, August 2nd, with races from Singapore Turf Club in Kranji […]

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South Africa: Can Justin Snaith ‘Do It Again’ In G1 Durban July?

The G1 Vodacom Durban July runs at Greyville Racecourse, South Africa on Saturday morning, July 6th, when Do It Again will attempt to become the fourth horse to achieve back-to-back wins. The four-year-old gelding also won the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate in January, earning a ticket to the Breeders’ Cup World Championships where he can compete […]

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Australia: The Bostonian Eyes Historic Group 1 Triple Crown in Stradbroke Handicap

While this Saturday’s Belmont Stakes will run without a Triple Crown-contender, Australia’s G1 Stradbroke Handicap features The Bostonian, a horse just one victory away from conquering the trinity of Brisbane’s Group 1 sprints. He would be the first horse to ever accomplish the feat. The Bostonian set course toward the monumental target after recording victories […]

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Australia: Waller Chases History At Group 1 Doomben Cup Meeting

The Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival heads into its second weekend of Group 1 racing at Doomben racecourse, with Doomben Cup Day serving as an exciting lead up to the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes. Nine races will take place on the night of Friday, May 17th but the main attraction will be the G1 […]

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Winx Tries For 33 Straight, World’s Top-Earning Status In Final Career Start

Australia’s super mare Winx has her sights on a grand farewell in the G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes, set for Day 2 of The Championships at Sydney’s Royal Randwick racecourse, on Friday April 12th. In what will be her final appearance, Winx will look to topple US racing legend Arrogate as the all-time leading money earner, […]

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