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Wagnerian rules as top three-year-old in 85th Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby)

Fifth favorite Wagnerian demonstrated a strong stretch drive to dominate this year’s Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) at Tokyo on Sunday

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Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine’s 10 race programme on Sunday

Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's 10 race programme featuring the $175,000 Nassau Stakes (Grade 2) at Woodbine on Sunday - selections by Jim Bannon - watch the Woodbine Racetrack live online broadcast of the meeting

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Are You Kidding Me triples in Eclipse Stakes at Woodbine

Are You Kidding Me earned his third Eclipse Stakes title winning the 2018 edition of the $175,000 Grade 2 stakes event for older horses on Saturday afternoon at Woodbine Racetrack.

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Boss special delivers second Lion City Cup to Lim's Cruiser at Kranji

A Glen Boss special big race ride brought the Stephen Gray trained Lim’s Cruiser through the field to claim a second S$1m, SGroup 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) in succession at Kanji on Saturday setting off celebrations including from the jockey himself in the typical Boss manner.

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Fownes, Purton and Southern Legend claim Kranji Mile

The dynamic duo of Sha Tin trainer Casper Fownes and jockey Zac Purton combined with Southern Legend to claim the S$1.5m, SGroup 1 Kranji Mile (1600m) at Kanji on Saturday night in the first running of the Singapore Turf Club’s invitation race, the prelude to a full international race in 2019.

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Battaash has decisive kick to come out on top in Temple penalty shootout

Weight can stop trains, so they say. But it couldn't stop five-furlong champion Battaash. Not quite, anyway.

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Romanised springs 25-1 Classic shock for Condon as Elarqam flops

Romanised delivered a 25-1 shock in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh on Saturday, storming home to conquer Ballydoyle duo US Navy Flag and Gustav Klimt and provide trainer Ken Condon with not just his first Classic triumph but his first victory of the year.

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Mr Clint (NZ) adds to New Zealand record in Singapore Guineas

With a powerful performance in Saturday’s S$1 million Singapore Guineas (1600m) at Kranji, Mr Clint (NZ) (Power) added his name to a proud recent record for New Zealand-breds and Karaka graduates in the prestigious three-year-old race.

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Wild Illusion among 13 going forward for Friday's Investec Oaks at Epsom Downs

Group One winner Wild Illusion headlines 13 six-day confirmations for the £500,000 G1 Investec Oaks (4.30pm) at Epsom Downs on the first day of the Investec Derby Festival, Ladies' Day, Friday

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Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) (G1) - Preview

Top flight horseracing action in Japan comes thick and fast at this time of year, and things will reach fever pitch on Sunday when Tokyo Racecourse stages the Grade 1 Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby)

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Woodbine’s new turf course on track

Woodbine horseplayers will be seeing more green very soon. While turf stakes racing is scheduled to begin this weekend on the world-renowned E.P. Taylor Turf Course, progress is well underway on the installation of the Toronto racetrack’s second complimentary turf track.

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Can anyone stop sprint star Battaash?

Just how good is Battaash? Well, if the title 'world's best five-furlong horse' doesn't give you some idea, perhaps it's best to listen to those with the thankless task of trying to serve it up to him.

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Favourite Lah Ti Dar ruled out of Investec Oaks after poor blood test

Investec Oaks favourite Lah Ti Dar has been ruled out of the race by trainer John Gosden due to a setback.

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ITV's evening debut hailed a hit as 400,000 viewers tune in to Sandown coverage

ITV Racing's first venture into evening racing proved a hit with television viewers and punters alike, with Sandown's Matchbook-sponsored Brigadier Gerard card on Thursday doing good business for both the network and bookmakers.

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Trainer views plus pros and cons on the key runners for the Irish 2000 Guineas

Unless there is a raceday plunge on a Ballydoyle runner, it is Britain who will have the horse to beat in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas in Elarqam, favourite on Friday and who is well fancied to improve on his fourth-placed finish in the 2,000 Guineas.

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