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Sprinting sensation and Royal Ascot heroine Lady Aurelia retired

Two-time Group 1 winner Lady Aurelia, who posted two memorable victories at Royal Ascot during a stellar career, has been retired.

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Dettori and Hazapour try again over shorter trip after finishing fifth in Derby

Frankie Dettori and the Dermot Weld-trained Hazapour link up again in Thursday night's Leopardstown feature after the duo finished fifth behind Masar in the Investec Derby.

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Natalie's Joy and Emaraaty Ana going for Listed success at Newbury on Friday

Highly-regarded northern raiders Natalie's Joy and Emaraaty Ana headline a field of six for the £25,500 Listed Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Rose Bowl Stakes, one of the highlights at Newbury this Friday

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Thursday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's meeting at Woodbine on Thursday morning AEST - selections by Jim Bannon - the eight race Australian broadcast commences at 8.45am AEST Thursday on Sky Racing2, from 9.14am AEST on Sky Racing1.

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Grade 1 winner Honour And Glory dies in Uruguay aged 25

Grade 1 winner and international sire Honour And Glory has died at Haras Rapetti, near Canelones, Uruguay, at the age of 25.

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Road to recovery: George Baker takes next step by regaining driving licence

Former jockey George Baker has taken his latest significant step in recovery from the severe head injuries suffered while racing on the frozen lake at St Moritz last year by regaining his driving licence.

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James Doyle excited to ride 'feisty' Sea Of Class in Irish Oaks

James Doyle quashed any stamina doubts about Darley Irish Oaks contender Sea Of Class and could hardly contain his excitement about getting back on board the "feisty" daughter of Sea The Stars on Saturday.

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Cup hero Euchen Glen only '50-50' to make next year's Ebor after injury blow

Euchen Glen is only "50-50" to recover in time for next season's Ebor after being ruled out for at least a year with a tendon injury sustained when winning the John Smith’s Cup last Saturday also preventing a possible Melbourne Cup campaign

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Alpha Centauri shines as three-year-old's enhance claims for Cartier Horse Of The Year

Thrilling performances from Alpha Centauri and Roaring Lion have helped strengthen the claims of this year's Classic crop in the race for top honours in this year's Cartier Racing Awards.

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New sponsor for Cheltenham Gold Cup

Magners Irish Cider was unveiled on Wednesday as the exclusive sponsor of the most prestigious Jump race in Europe, the Cheltenham Gold Cup and as Presenting Partner of The FestivalTM, staged annually in March at Cheltenham Racecourse

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'Absolute legend' Seamster to sew up a century at Catterick

Seamster, winner of 16 races during a wonderful career, is set to make his 100th appearance in the 5f handicap (4.30) at Catterick on Wednesday, with trainer David Loughnane confident of a big run.

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BHA ignored other possible sources of Faugheen leak says vet's defence

The BHA ignored a number of other possible sources of information revealing Faugheen would miss the 2016 Champion Hurdle, including the role of a bookmaker who also laid the horse, it was claimed in London on Tuesday.

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Accused vet: I’d never break trust with Willie Mullins by discussing Faugheen

The vet accused of passing inside information on Faugheen to his brother who laid the horse to lose the 2016 Champion Hurdle said he would never discuss any horse he was treating.

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Magic Wand tightens grip on Irish Oaks market

Magic Wand, winner of the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot last month, was shortened across the board on Tuesday for the Darley Irish Oaks and is now no bigger than 7-4, having been freely available at 5-2 on Monday night.

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Strewth! Can of Foster's lager in Windsor stable sparks stewards' inquiry

A half-drunk can of lager in a racecourse stable on a hot and steamy Cuban-themed evening at Windsor sparked a pre-racing inquiry that ended with a report being sent by the stewards to the BHA head office in London.

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Melbourne Cup the ultimate aim for Marmelo with French raid also on the cards

Hughie Morrison described the Lexus Melbourne Cup as "definitely the end game" for his globetrotting stayer Marmelo this year as he mapped out the rest of the year following his Group 2 win in France.

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Harrington keen to visit Goodwood

Jessica Harrington has never been to Goodwood, let alone had a runner at the West Sussex racecourse - but the leading trainer on the Flat and over jumps is keen to visit Goodwood during the Qatar Goodwood Festival

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