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Stars heading to British Champions Day
The Grey Gatsby, Australia, Free Eagle, Estimate, Brown Panther Sheikhzayedroad, Charm Spirit, Bow Creek and Pomology are some of the star names all set to head to QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday October 18, the richest day in British racing. read full story
Queen's Estimate to miss the Melbourne Cup
Last season's Gold Cup royal winner Estimate will not be making the trip to Australia for the Melbourne Cup after connections ruled out a tilt at the world's richest handicap.  read full story
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Big weekend for Kranji’s leading men
Laurie Laxon and Manoel Nunes, Singapore’s leading trainer and jockey, stretched their lead in their respective premiership races with a winning double on Sunday. read full story
Johnny Guitar hits all the right notes on his comeback
With the Singapore Triple Crown Series on the horizon, classy galloper Johnny Guitar’s return to form has come at the perfect time for trainer Patrick Shaw. read full story
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Timeform Recap: Rosehill – September 13
Hallowed Crown’s victory in the Golden Rose Stakes yielded the Street Sense three-year-old a new master Timeform rating of 119, four pounds clear of his prior figure when claiming the Run To The Rose read full story
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Track conditions, scratchings and form for Newcastle
Track conditions, scratchings and form for Newcastle on Wednesday - Track Slow 6 - rails in the true position for the entire circuit - 13mm of rain last seven days - four scratchings read full story
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Weights released for 2014 Melbourne Cup
The weights for the 2014 Emirates Melbourne Cup were released on Tuesday with Japan’s Admire Rakti the top-weight with 58kg -Red Cadeaux, who is set to line up in his fourth consecutive Cup, has been allocated 57kg  read full story
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