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Cracksman dominated Champions Day at Ascot, 50-1 long shot Boom Time landed the Caulfield Cup in Australia, the Japanese Triple Crown was split three ways and a Group 1 "three-peat" was denied in France -- all that and more in weekend Thoroughbred racing read full story
Tough start, late drama doesn’t deter Inflexibility from taking Carotene Stakes crown
Inflexibility, ridden by Luis Contreras, overcame a troubled start and traffic-filled trip to eke out a neck win in Sunday’s featured $125,000 Carotene Stakes, at Woodbine read full story
Tough-as-nails Tesseron is crowned Woodbine Turf Endurance Series champion
Although Tesseron had already sewn up Woodbine’s inaugural Turf Endurance Series title, it didn’t stop jockey Emma-Jayne Wilson and the wily seven-year-old gelding from delivering a gallant runner-up effort to Major Production in the fourth and final leg, Sunday at the Toronto oval read full story
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Mr Stunning confirms high standing with Premier Bowl victory
Mr Stunning lived up to jockey Nash Rawiller’s expectations in Sunday's G2 Premier Bowl Handicap (1200m) at Sha Tin, with an exciting victory that puts him squarely at the head of Hong Kong’s speed cohort read full story
Moore quinella in Sha Tin Trophy as Beauty Generation holds Booming Delight
Beauty Generation continued his rise towards the top grades in Hong Kong with his second feature race win in three weeks, leading home a John Moore quinella and giving jockey Derek Leung his most notable career victory in the G2 Oriental Watch Sha Tin Trophy (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday. read full story
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Lim's Magic caps off great day for Gray
Kiwi trainer Stephen Gray took the training honours hands down on Sunday with a magnificent four-timer, even if the one that mattered in the Group 1 Raffles Cup got away. read full story
Gilt-edged goal ahead after Complex lands Raffles surprise
The $700,000 Group 1 Raffles Cup (1800m) unveiled a stunning but deserving winner in the underrated Gilt Complex on Sunday read full story
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Tuesday and Wednesday form
Monday evening’s meeting include South Africa’s Fairview, France’s Chantilly, UK’s Windsor, Pontefract and Plumpton - Tuesday’s meetings include Muswellbrook and Kilmore read full story
Monday wagering review
The latest wagering information on Monday with markets for races at Geelong and Moonee Valley - Gallic Chieftain $3.20 favourite for the Group 3 Geelong Cup (2400m) on Wednesday read full story
Timeform Recap - 2017 Caulfield Cup
Boom Time's rating rises from 115 to 117. That's the lowest winning rating of the Caulfield Cup in the last 10 years but matches the rating returned by 2007 winner Master O'Reilly who, coincidentally, was the last horse to back up from the Herbert Power and win the Cup. read full story
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Former racing manager disqualified until 2020
Suspended Caulfield trainer Ciaron Maher's former racing manager Ben Connolly has been disqualified by the Victorian Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board from any involvement in horse racing until December 31st, 2019, resulting from the Azkadellia ownership inquiry read full story
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