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Overseas raiders among Shergar Cup entries
Usually it is only jockeys that bring international flavour to Saturday’s Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup, but the 2015 edition has attracted almost as many entries from overseas as riders, with seven of the 188 entries unveiled on Monday trained abroad. read full story
Phoenix Sprint gains new Qatari sponsor
The Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club have been unveiled as the new sponsor of Sunday's Group 3 Phoenix Sprint Stakes at the Curragh, their first foray into the Irish thoroughbred industry. read full story
Hills hoping star sprinter Muhaarar can fly high
Charlie Hills has confirmed leading sprinter Muhaarar will bid for his third Group 1 of the season in Sunday's Prix Maurice de Gheest and plans to fly the three-year-old to France to avoid the problems caused at the Eurotunnel terminal by migrants in Calais read full story
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Daniel on a jet plane to Korea after SG50 Trophy win
Nine-time Singapore champion trainer Laurie Laxon earned the distinct honour of lifting the inaugural $125,000 SG50 Trophy (1400m) on Sunday, probably not with the horse he had thought he would if he did, but Daniel was still a meritorious victor nonetheless. read full story
Fraajilistic bounces back when all seemed lost
Jockey Corey Brown was in red-hot form on Sunday when he wrapped up a winning treble from the 11-race programme. read full story
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Rudolph show cause hearing deferred
Racing NSW advises it has considered a request from Solicitors acting for Mr Matt Rudolph for a deferment of the show cause hearing set down for Wednesday - deferred to Tuesday read full story
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Track conditions, scratchings and form for Warwick Farm
Form for the Australian Turf Club's meeting at Warwick Farm on Wednesday - Track Soft 5 - rail in the true position for the entire meeting - no rain or irrigation for the past seven days - six scratchings read full story
Nominations closed for Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate
The countdown to Victoria’s 2015 Spring Racing Carnival has officially begun on Tuesday with nominations closing for two of the Carnival’s marquee races – the $3 million BMW Caulfield Cup and $3 million William Hill Cox Plate read full story
14 now nominated for the Missile Stakes
The extended nominations until Tuesday morning for the Group 2 WFA Missile Stakes (1200m) has drawn a more respectable number than the six received on Monday. An additional eight nominations have now been received taking the total for the first Group race of the Sydney season to 14 read full story
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