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South Africa’s Legal Eagle Seeks Historical Win Ahead Of Pegasus World Cup

Gulfstream Park once again becomes an international horse racing mecca on Saturday, Jan. 27th, when the track hosts the second running of the $16 million Pegasus World Cup Invitational. In the countdown to the richest race on the planet, U.S. fans can enjoy another world-class racing event, as record-breaking Legal Eagle looks to see off […]

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Breeders’ Cup Challenge Kicks Off As South Africa’s Legal Eagle Targets Three-Peat

South Africa’s dual Horse of the Year, Legal Eagle, under the new ownership of Braam van Huyssteen, will aim for an unprecedented third victory in Saturday’s G1 L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate. The race headlines the L’Ormarins Queen’s Plate Racing Festival, which takes place over two days at Kenilworth Racecourse. Post time for the Queen’s Plate is […]

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South African Triple Crown Kicks Off This Weekend With G1 Cape Guineas

Kenilworth Racecourse will host the first leg of the South African (SAF) Triple Crown, the G1 Forus Cape Guineas, on Saturday, Dec. 16 in Cape Town, South Africa. The championship will see a strong field of 3-year-olds take the track in what has rightly been billed as horse racing’s ultimate test. The first race from […]

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Melbourne Carnival, Breeders’ Cup Combo Makes For Thrilling Week Of Racing

The next eight days are arguably the pinnacle of the international racing calendar, with fans able to enjoy the upcoming Breeders’ Cup races as well as the Australian racing extravaganza that is the Emirates Melbourne Cup Carnival. Hosted by the Victoria Racing Club at Flemington Racecourse, the four race days include the AAMI Victoria Derby […]

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Sky Racing World, Daily Racing Form Announce Free Handicapping Tournament

Daily Racing Form and Sky Racing World have partnered to create The Everest Tournament, a free contest scheduled for Friday night, Oct. 13, consisting of races from The Everest card at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, Australia. The Everest, a sprint, is the world’s richest turf race with a purse of $10 million Australian. The […]

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South Korea: It’s World Vs US-Trained Vs US-Bred In Saturday Night’s Keeneland Korea Cup And Sprint

On Saturday night, Sept. 9, the United States will make its Korean debut in the sophomore edition of the Korea Autumn Racing Carnival. Bragging rights will be at stake with five US-bred horses, including US-trained Papa Shot, looking to prevail over defending champion Chrysolite (Japan) in the G1 Keeneland Korea Cup at Seoul Racecourse. Of […]

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U.S.-Sired Horses Win All Races On South Korean Opening Night For North American Horseplayers

U.S. racing fans could enjoy South Korean racing for the first time last Saturday when races from the LetsRun Park Busan–Gyeongnam track premiered in North America. Even better for domestic bettors, all races were won by U.S.-sired Thoroughbreds. In total, there were eleven races broadcast by Sky Racing World live into North America from the racecourse in […]

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Sky Racing World Adds Fourth Racetrack To Its Schedule

Sky Racing World, the Louisville, Kentucky-based distributor of international horse-racing content and subsidiary of Australian wagering operator Tabcorp, has increased its Saturday night offering from three Australian Racing meets to four for North American fans. Saturday, July 15th will mark the first week of fourth track availability and comes in response to the growing popularity […]

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Sky World Racing To Provide South Korean Racing To North American Market

Sky Racing World, the Louisville, Kentucky-based distributor of international horse-racing content and subsidiary of Australian wagering operator Tabcorp, has partnered with the Korea Racing Authority (KRA), South Korea’s sole racing authority. Under the partnership, Sky Racing World will distribute horse-racing content from the KRA-operated LetsRun Park Seoul and Busan-Gyeongnam tracks to advance depositing wagering (ADW) […]

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South Africa: Is The Conglomerate A Good Chance To Repeat In Durban July?

Leading owners Markus and Ingrid Jooste won their first Vodacom Durban July last year when The Conglomerate beat home Marinaresco. The Australian-bred son of Lonhro is back to defend his title in the R5.25-million race (about $400,000) over 1 3/8m at Greyville on July 1, one of two horses running in the name of the Joostes’ […]

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