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Inspiral and Dettori bounce back to Group 1 glory

Inspiral bounced back from her Falmouth Stakes flop to take the Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville on Sunday, under Frankie Dettori.

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Improving Rebel's Romance claims German Group 1 for Appleby and Doyle

There was disappointment for Charlie Appleby in the Prix Jacques le Marois when Coroebus was beaten at Deauville, but he enjoyed success elsewhere on the continent as as Rebel’s Romance landed the Westminster 132nd Grosser Preis von Berlin at Hoppegarten under James Doyle.

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Simcock eyes Aussie prize for Light Infantry as Appleby reflects on Coroebus run

Light Infantry will be sent on an ambitious trip to Australia later this year by trainer David Simcock following his stable star's narrow defeat in the Prix Jacques le Marois behind Inspiral.

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Phipps to rekindle Town Plate interest 40 years after first encounter with famous race

When it comes to capturing the spirit of what it means to participate in the Newmarket Town Plate, look no further than enthusiastic amateur rider Fred Phipps, who is set to renew his affiliation with the race 40 years on from his previous association with it

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Charlie Appleby confident for Jacques le Marois run

The second of the European summer's twin peaks at a mile comes just 18 days after the first at Goodwood, and Coroebus bids to make it three Group 1s for the season after his blistering performance in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas.

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Raise You poised for Kyprios clash after ready Irish St Leger Trial strike

A date with Gold Cup star Kyprios awaits the ever-improving Raise You after the Joseph O'Brien-trained six-year-old continued his Curragh love affair to land the Group 3 Comer Group International Irish St Leger Trial at the Curragh on Saturday.

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Dettori partners Mums Tipple to vicotory

There was no hiding the delight on the faces of owners Marian Lyons and Patricia Zanelli who swiftly declared their love for Frankie Dettori after he steered Mums Tipple to a first success in 17 months at Newmarket on Saturday.

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Hungerford joy for Jumby owners

The stars aligned in the Hungerford Stakes for Jumby on Saturday, so much so that winning owner and West Ham fanatic David Ian got to meet Harry Redknapp after seeing his four-year-old land the Newbury feature.

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Luxembourg excites O'Brien in winning return

Luxembourg returned to winning ways in the Group 3 Royal Whip Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday under Ryan Moore, denying Insinuendo in a thrilling finish.

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Nicholls targeting Group races with improving sprinter

Tees Spirit continued his climb up the sprinting ranks with a blistering display of speed to destroy his six rivals in the feature 5f handicap at Doncaster on Saturday.

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Intrinsic Bond gives Beasley third win in Great St Wilfrid

Connor Beasley continued his love affair with the Great St Wilfrid Handicap when Intrinsic Bond provided him with his third success and Tracy Waggott with the biggest victory of her training career at Ripon on Saturday.

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Joe Tuite ponders 'fairytale' Group 1 tilt as his potential final runner

Joe Tuite is dreaming of a fairytale end to his career with Via Sistina, who could clash with ace Aussie import Verry Elleegant in France next weekend.

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'When two-year-olds have taken Nunthorpe chance they're usually in the shake-up'

The Platinum Queen will line up in next Friday's Coolmore Wootton Bassett Nunthorpe Stakes (3.35) at York's Ebor festival after connections decided to supplement her for the Group 1 sprint.

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Strike bowls them over in Grey Horse Handicap

Adopting a patient approach proved a worthwhile tactic for connections of Strike who belatedly opened his account at the 12th time of asking when fulfilling his season long plan with a tenacious success in the JenningsBet Grey Horse Handicap at Newmarket on Saturday.

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New Zealand news briefs

Myers’ golden Riccarton run continues - Ridgeview Chief back to his best at Tauranga

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Affordability checks hit wagering operators' UK revenues as white paper wait goes on

Two major UK gambling operators told the City on Friday that measures such as affordability checks, introduced in anticipation of the government's long-delayed gambling review white paper, were already hitting revenues.

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Lily Pond bids to strike for O'Brien on Churchill's Arlington Million card

The Beverly D Stakes has also been rehomed to Churchill Downs and Aidan O’Brien sends Lily Pond, the mount of John Velazquez, to contest the Grade 1 for fillies and mares.

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Gary Moore lands huge winner at Newbury

Trainer Gary Moore admitted he was shocked after Oj Lifestyle scored at 125-1 in the 7f juvenile maiden at Newbury on Friday.

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Karl Burke warms up for York

On a sweltering Friday Sweet Fortune skipped home for Karl Burke’s in-form yard in the opener at Wolverhampton ahead of their big-race targets at York’s Ebor meeting.

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Pogo and Chindit set a high standard for Hungerford

Pogo and Chindit set a high, but perhaps not unbreachable, standard for this fiercely competitive Hungerford Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.

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