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Classic winners target Goodwood's Sussex Stakes
This year's Classic scorers Galileo Gold, The Gurkha, Awtaad, Minding and Jet Setting feature among 50 entries (up from 39 in 2015), revealed on Wednesday, for the £1-million Qatar Sussex Stakes on Wednesday, July 27th read full story
New Tony Cruz Award for Hong Kong’s leading local rider
The Tony Cruz Award, named for Hong Kong's greatest homegrown star, will be presented annually to the leading Hong Kong local rider, whether a freelance jockey or apprentice who accrues the most wins during the season. read full story
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Big-race Brown not sure good run can keep on keeping on this Sunday
Trainer Cliff Brown is one guy who does not let success go to his head - the Victorian horseman could have felt like the David Hayes or Darren Weir of Kranji after hogging the last three feature races in Singapore, but he is all too aware that in racing it is always easier to reach the top than to stay there read full story
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Mongolian Khan to stand at Windsor Park
Mongolian Khan, the first horse in history to win ATC Australian Derby, New Zealand Derby and Caulfield Cup has been secured by Windsor Park Stud and will stand at the Cambridge nursery this spring read full story
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Anthony Cumming’s promising El Sid salutes in Canterbury opener
With form around leading juvenile Astern, the Anthony Cummings-trained El Sid (Sidereus) highlighted his future with an impressive victory in the Tab.com.au Handicap (1100m) at Canterbury read full story
14 for WJ McKell Cup at Randwick
Four of the Waller stable’s middle distance brigade will run in the feature of the Australian Turf Club’s meeting at Randwick on Saturday, the listed Fujitsu Air Conditioning WJ McKell Cup (2400m) read full story
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