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Gretzky the Great shoots for Summer Stakes glory… and scores!

Gretzky the Great netted his second added-money trophy in taking Sunday’s Grade 1, $250,000 Summer Stakes, a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” race, at Woodbine Racetrack

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Lady Speightspeare eyes Breeders’ Cup berth after game Natalma victory

Lady Speightspeare, under vigorous handling by Emma-Jayne Wilson, punched her ticket to the Breeders’ Cup with a three-quarter length score in Sunday’s Grade 1 Natalma Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack.

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Listowel and Fairyhouse delighted to welcome owners back after six-month hiatus

Listowel and Fairyhouse are hugely looking forward to the return of owners to Irish tracks on Monday for the first time since March 17, with both venues viewing the move as a small but vital step in the right direction.

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High-class youngsters Fujimoto Flyer and Cerberus lock horns in Lartigue Hurdle

A pretty intriguing affair in which most of the interest revolves around the top two in the handicap, with Grade 3-winning Triumph Hurdle sixth Cerberus locking horns with high-class Adonis Hurdle runner-up Fujimoto Flyer.

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Challenger to Daring Tact emerges as Ria Amelia shows her true colours at Chukyo

Third favourite Ria Amelia, trained by Mitsumasa Nakauchida and ridden by Yuga Kawada, ran out the two-length winner of the Grade 2 Kansai Telecasting Corp. Sho Rose Stakes at Chukyo on Sunday, the key trial race for the Grade 1 Shuka Sho.

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Gosden calls for movement on levy reform to avoid going 'back to 1970s'

Champion trainer John Gosden has warned that inaction on reforming the levy threatens to catapult British racing back 50 years and could lead to an exodus of young talent from the sport.

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Starship Jubilee schools the boys, claims Ricoh Woodbine Mile

Blue Heaven Farm’s Starship Jubilee was the oldest starter and only mare in Saturday’s $1 million Ricoh Woodbine Mile (Grade 1), but a youthful late stride and an abundance of girl power combined to deliver a stirring score for Canada’s reigning Horse of the Year

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Locals land massive upset in Tarzino

Hastings trainer John Bary has saddled plenty of big-race winners on home soil, but none with the shock factor of Callsign Mav’s $82 boilover in Saturday’s Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m).

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Trainer quotes and analysis as some star chasers take each other on at Listowel

A small, but select, line-up for this intriguing conditions chase and it contains a pair of Grade 1 winners. It is a fitting feature for the opening day of the Listowel Harvest festival.

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Alkumait powers to Mill Reef glory for Tregoning and Crowley

Marcus Tregoning had to wait 14 long years for another top-flight horse, but, less than a month after he was forced to retire Sussex Stakes ace Mohaather, he might have found the next name to add to that list in Alkumait, who announced himself as a classy prospect in Newbury's Mill Reef Stakes on Saturday.

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Ayr Gold Cup win on Nahaarr highlight of another super Saturday for Marquand

Tom Marquand followed up a breakthrough Classic success at Doncaster by winning the QTS Ayr Gold Cup on heavily-backed favourite Nahaarr.

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Crowds at Cheltenham 'very much in hands of government' as new season nears

Cheltenham's first meeting since the Festival in March which ended just before the nationwide lockdown is "very much in the hands of the government" over how many people can attend, the track has said.

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Enable in great form to attempt the impossible in Arc says Gosden

Enable is in great form to "attempt the impossible" of winning a third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in Paris next month, according to trainer John Gosden.

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Buveur D'Air back at Seven Barrows as Henderson tentatively plots winter path

Nicky Henderson has revealed two-time Champion Hurdle winner Buveur D'Air is back at Seven Barrows after an extended absence.

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UK Racing look to Newbury and Ayr

Doonside Cup 1.55pm Ayr - compared to some of their Group races today we have an exciting looking field for this Listed contest – though a maximum of seven runners means we only get paid first and second if we punt each-way

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Morny winner Campanelle to skip Cheveley Park in favour of Breeders' Cup

Keeneland is the ultimate destination for Wesley Ward's unbeaten Queen Mary and Prix Morny heroine Campanelle, who has returned to her home course in Kentucky rather than challenge for further European glory in the Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket.

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