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Tajaanus goes on trial in Dubai Duty Free Stakes

The £60,000 Dubai Duty Free Stakes is one of three G3 contests staged at Newbury this Saturday, April 21, day two of the Dubai Duty Free Spring Trials Weekend.

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Keighley trio ready for breakthrough

Gloucestershire handler Martin Keighley has three runners tomorrow on day two of The April Meeting, Thursday, April 19, when Cheltenham stages a seven-race card restricted to fillies and mares, the first of its kind in Britain.

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Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale Day One

Solid trade in the opening session of the Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale was headed by a colt from the final crop of Scat Daddy that realised 800,000 guineas. A total of 38 lots sold for 5,222,500 guineas, with an average of 137,434 guineas and a median of 75,000 guineas.

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Additional UK Jump fixture at Market Rasen on Sunday 22 April

The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) announced on Tuesday that an additional Jump fixture will take place at Market Rasen on the afternoon of Sunday 22 April.

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Master The World team looking to spoil O'Brien party in Earl of Sefton

Master The World is in the mood to spoil the party as he strives to extend his fine winter form into the spring at Newmarket.

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All you need to know as the fillies bid to state Classic claims in Nell Gwyn

The big doubts over whether ante-post Qipco 1,000 Guineas favourite Clemmie will line up at Newmarket on May 6 has opened the Classic door a little more, and the Nell Gwyn offers a good opportunity for a previously unheralded filly to stake her claim.

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'He can stay here as long as he lives' – Tizzard pays tribute to Cue Card

Cue Card, one of jump racing's biggest and most popular names, has been retired.

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Champion Stakes winner Cracksman impresses in pre-season workout

Cracksman provided a fitting curtain-raiser to the three-day Craven meeting when impressing in a gallop prior to racing to evoke memories of his sire Frankel.

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'He was a true champion' - O'Brien pays tribute after death of Giant's Causeway

Aidan O’Brien hailed Giant’s Causeway as ‘incredible, brave and tough’ as he saluted the life of the champion dubbed the ‘Iron Horse’, who has died aged 21.

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Rock On Rocky looks to land knockout blow for Sheppard

The £60,000 G2 Barchester Healthcare Silver Trophy Chase (2.40pm), highlight of day one of The April Meeting at Cheltenham tomorrow, Wednesday, April 18, has attracted a record 16 runners.

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All systems go for Noseda star Gronkowski in Kentucky Derby

Gronkowski, winner of the Listed Burradon Stakes at Newcastle on Good Friday and unbeaten in four starts on the all-weather, has been confirmed an intended runner in the Kentucky Derby by trainer Jeremy Noseda.

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Tiger returns to a Grand National hero's welcome as Summerhill rolls with it

So this is what a Grand National winner looks like. Short, slim and, some might even say, scrawny. There ain't much of him.

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O'Brien hoping for boost from Kew Gardens after Classic setbacks

Nature this year is pointing appropriately to the three-day Craven meeting heralding the start of the summer season, with temperatures forecast to rise into the 20Cs this week.

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Tom George calls time on career of Grand National regular Saint Are

Grand National regular Saint Are has set sail over Aintree’s famous spruce fences for the final time after trainer Tom George decided now is the time to send the popular 12-year-old into well-earned retirement.

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Vintage Clouds backed to spoil fellow Hemmings-owned Vicente's hat-trick bid

Trevor Hemmings has "two very good chances of winning the next best thing to Aintree", his racing manager said on Monday – and bookmakers agree, with Vicente and Vintage Clouds vying for favouritism in the Coral Scottish Grand National this Saturday.

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Expert Eye among 15 hopefuls for Al Basti Equiworld Supporting Greatwood Greenham Stakes

Excellent entries have been received today for the £60,000 G3 Al Basti Equiworld Supporting Greatwood Greenham Stakes over seven furlongs at Newbury on Saturday, April 21, day two of the Dubai Duty Free Spring Trials Weekend.

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Cheltenham and Aintree Grade 1 winners for Tizzard Punchestown challenge

Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning trainer Colin Tizzard took last year's Punchestown Festival by storm, when saddling three winners, and he is planning to send a strong team over to the 2018 event.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

Magnum Moon won the Arkansas Derby and My Boy Jack ensured a trip to Louisville with a victory in the Lexington Stakes in weekend Thoroughbred racing action.

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'I was only trying to help' - Danny Cook reflects on emergency Becher's role

Danny Cook has acknowledged he was probably wrong to get involved in efforts to ensure the Grand National field bypassed Becher's Brook, although he pointed out he was only trying to help.

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Musis Amica stars in Grotte to give Godolphin and Barzalona trial double

Mickael Barzalona and Godolphin secured a Classic trial double at Longchamp on Sunday when Musis Amica picked up stylishly in the home straight to score.

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