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Entwistle leads the way in opening leg of Woodbine's Turf Endurance Series
24 Jul 2017 | Entwistle, owned and trained by Tino Attard, held off Supreme Commander to earn a 1/2-length score in the opening leg of the inaugural Turf Endurance Series​​, at Woodbine on Sunday.  read full story
Extra! Extra! Final Copy meets Toronto Cup deadline
24 Jul 2017 | Final Copy delivered Hall of Fame conditioner Roger Attfield his first Toronto Cup Stakes, winning the $119,400 co-feature, Sunday at Woodbine  read full story
2017 New Zealand Horse of the Year Awards Finalists
24 Jul 2017 | New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing announce another batch of finalists for the 2016-17 New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Awards  read full story
UPI Horse Racing Roundup
24 Jul 2017 | By Robert Kieckhefer - UPI Racing Writer The news was lots better for other weekend favorites apart from Arrogate - Lady Eli eked out a win in the Grade I Diana at Saratoga and, a day later, so did Abel Tasman in the Grade I Coaching Club American Oaks.  read full story
Second Opunake Cup Win for Longchamp (NZ)
24 Jul 2017 | New Zealand Bloodstock ongchamp (NZ) (Tavistock), who cost $40,000 at the 2013 Select Sale, broke through the $200,000 barrier in prize-money earnings when he successfully defended his title in Sunday’s $65,000 Listed Powerworx Opunake Cup (1400m)  read full story
Sizing John returns but 'may need to go to Weight Watchers'
24 Jul 2017 | The whiff of freshly cut grass may fill the air but Jessica Harrington has already welcomed her winter squad back to her County Kildare stables – and she admitted it's not a day too soon for Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Sizing John.  read full story
O'Brien confirms Idaho will join Highland Reel for some sibling rivalry
24 Jul 2017 | Brotherly love will be put on hold at Ascot on Saturday afternoon, with Aidan O'Brien revealing Idaho is set to join big brother Highland Reel in what is shaping up to be a corking King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.  read full story
Burke challenger overcomes stewards' inquiry to win Prix Robert Papin
24 Jul 2017 | Clive Cox and Richard Hannon may have farmed the Group 2 Prix Robert Papin (1100m) at Maisons-Laffitte in recent years, but on Sunday the prize went to a different British trainer as Unfortunately triumphed for Karl Burke and local jockey Tony Piccone, but he did have to overcome a stewards enquiry  read full story
Abject Arrogate flops at Del Mar behind Accelerate
23 Jul 2017 | From the astonishing to the abysmal. In a drab performance that offered not the merest glimmer of his sensational display at the Dubai World Cup, Arrogate could beat only one home as a 1-20 shot in the Grade 2 San Diego Handicap onSaturday  read full story
Ami’s Mesa makes an Ontario Matron statement
23 Jul 2017 | Ami’s Mesa rallied impressively down the lane to win Saturday’s Grade 3 $146,150 Ontario Matron Stakes, at Woodbine  read full story
Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Sunday
23 Jul 2017 | Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's meeting at Woodbine on Sunday - selections by Jim Bannon - the 10 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian EDT  read full story
King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes possible for flying Permian
23 Jul 2017 | Permian is in contention to contest next Saturday’s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot after recovering well from his narrow defeat in last week's Grand Prix de Paris, connections reported on Friday.  read full story
Fahey strikes again in Weatherbys Super Sprint
23 Jul 2017 | Newbury Racecourse North Yorkshire trainer Richard Fahey gained his third success in the £250,000 Weatherbys Super Sprint in the space of five years as Bengali Boys routed his opposition in the highlight of Weatherbys Super Sprint Day  read full story
Scottsville's Sunday programme to work through
23 Jul 2017 | By Sean Trivass - ThoroughbredNEWS Correspondent One week to go before the massive Gold Cup festival at Greyville next weekend. but no time to sit on our laurels with a full if difficult card at Scottsville on Sunday afternoon to work through.  read full story
Cox thrilled with Heartache before familiar French mission
23 Jul 2017 | Heartache stunned US hope Happy Like A Fool in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot in no uncertain terms, and Clive Cox's filly will be out to do something similar to five rivals on Sunday.  read full story
Cathy Gannon forced to retire after specialist rules out jockey return
23 Jul 2017 | Cathy Gannon has finally been forced to call to an end her prolonged fight to return from a horrendous injury that almost resulted in her losing her left foot, announcing her retirement on Saturday.  read full story
Preview and form for Scottsville
23 Jul 2017 | By Andrew Harrison - Preview and form for Gold Circle's meeting at Scottsville on Sunday - the nine race broadcast commences at 8.15pm AEST, 12.15pm CAT, on Sky Racing2 and from 8.50pm AEST on Sky Racing1  read full story
Teetan, Whyte receive short-term JRA Jockey's License
22 Jul 2017 | Japan Racing Association The Japan Racing Association advises that short-term jockey's licenses will be issued to two Hong Kong-based jockeys, Karis Teetan and Douglas Whyte  read full story
Gold Cup is the grand finale to South Africa’s Champions Season 2017
22 Jul 2017 | By Richard McMillan - The R1.25-million eLan Gold Cup is the grand finale to South Africa’s Champions Season 2017 and the 2016-2017 South African racing season  read full story
Champions Cup has brought together a group of the best horses in the country
22 Jul 2017 | By Richard McMillan - The R1m, Grade 1 World Sports Betting Champions Cup (1800m) at Greyville on Saturday July 29, has brought together a group of the best horses in the country  read full story
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