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Racing to receive Levy Board funding boost as restrictions remain in place

Racing is to receive a £3.2 million boost from the Horserace Betting Levy Board in the form of immediate and short-term funding.

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A Listed race featuring Group 1 performers

There's only one place to start in this Listed race and that's with Queen Power, who has run in a Group 1 and two Group 2s this season and this represents a massive drop in class for her.

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Circus Maximus and Kameko stand their ground in star-studded Jacques le Marois

Circus Maximus and Kameko were among nine top-class runners left in the Prix Jacques le Marois after the forfeit stage on Wednesday.

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Nicholas Wrigley appointed as the new Chairman of Aintree Racecourse

Nicholas Wrigley will succeed the late Rose Paterson as Chairman of Aintree Racecourse, The Jockey Club announced on Wednesday

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A late racing starter but a major investor

Kevin Pratt’s death on Wednesday morning has left behind a racing legacy which mushroomed within just nine years to include a major investment in New Zealand

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New Zealand stars trial at Taupo

A solid showing in his 1100m trial at Taupo on Wednesday has Catalyst’s connections excited ahead of his Sydney spring campaign - multiple Group One winner Avantage won her 1100m heat in the hands of Opie Bosson

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No weighty issues for Andrea Atzeni as he is reunited with US Nunthorpe hope Pal

Weight will not be a problem for Andrea Atzeni as he looks forward to keeping the ride on Wesley Ward's US raider Golden Pal in the Group 1 Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes at York on Friday week.

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Analysis and trainer quotes for a high-quality Listed race at Gowran Park

Aidan O'Brien appears to hold all the aces on this occasion as he is responsible for the two highest-rated fillies in the race.

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PJA calls for bans following rise in abuse of sportswomen on social media

The Professional Jockeys Association has called on platforms to ban abusers after an anonymous survey carried out by BBC Sport revealed 30 per cent of elite British sportswomen – including female jockeys – have been trolled, a figure that has doubled in five years.

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Phoenix Thoroughbreds to end racing operations in Britain

Phoenix Thoroughbreds is to cease operations in Britain with immediate effect, according to a statement released by the troubled racing organisation on Tuesday.

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BHA Board appoints Julie Harrington as new Chief Executive

The BHA Board has chosen the Chief Executive of British Cycling, Julie Harrington, to be the new head of British horseracing’s governing body and regulator - takes take over the post at the beginning of 2021 after nearly 4 years leading British Cycling,

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New Cambridge track back on target

The construction of the Cambridge Jockey Club’s synthetic track in New Zealand is back on target

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'All about the Arc' as John Gosden explains decision to bypass York with Enable

Enable will miss York's Ebor meeting and a clash with fellow Oaks winner Love in the Group 1 Darley Yorkshire Oaks next week, to give her the best chance of winning a historic third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, John Gosden said.

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Aspetar set to take his chance in red-hot Juddmonte International

Roger Charlton is under no illusions about the size of the task facing Aspetar as he prepares to step the impressive York Stakes winner up to domestic Group 1 company in the Juddmonte International.

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Group 1 sacrifice: Billy Lee accepts quarantine to keep Romanised partnership

Leading Irish rider Billy Lee is set to sacrifice two weeks of racing on home soil in order to maintain his partnership with star miler Romanised, with the Ken Condon-trained Classic winner bidding for a second consecutive Prix Jacques le Marois success this Sunday at Deauville.

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Saudi Jockey Club to pay out Saudi Cup runners - but not the winner

The Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia is to award prize-money to the connections of horses placed second to tenth in the inaugural running in February of the Saudi Cup.

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Aloha Star's connections lodge appeal following Phoenix Stakes demotion

Connections of Phoenix Stakes third Aloha Star have lodged an appeal against the stewards' decision to demote her from second spot in Sunday's Group 1 feature, with a date for the hearing to be finalised over the coming days.

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NZTR conducting regional roadshows

NZ Thoroughbred Racing will be conducting regional roadshows around the country as the New Zealand industry adapts to the changes brought about by the Racing Industry Act 2020.

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UPI Horse Racing Roundup

With just four weeks to go to the Kentucky Derby, Tiz the Law cemented his favorite's role with a powerful victory in the Travers Stakes at Saratoga while Art Collector emerged as a new challenger with a hard-fought win in the Ellis Park Derby -- two of the highlights of a big weekend of horse racing

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Alpine Star and Circus Maximus could add extra spice to intriguing Marois clash

Two further top-class challengers are under consideration for what is shaping up to be another exceptional mile contest in next Sunday's Prix Jacques le Marois.

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