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Easy street for Walton Street in Canadian International

Walton Street, invading from England, waltzed to his first Grade 1 victory under the popular Frankie Dettori in Saturday’s 83rd running of the Grade 1, Pattison Canadian International here at Woodbine

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Town Cruise cruises to Woodbine Mile upset

Town Cruise, an Ontario-bred son of Town Prize, came up with a million-dollar effort while netting his first stakes victory in Saturday’s $1,120,800 Ricoh Woodbine Mile at Woodine

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British riders secure special agreement and private flights for Sweden raid

Top jockeys Hollie Doyle and David Egan head a strong British contingent travelling to Sweden on Sunday for Stockholm Cup day at Bro Park, one of the highlights of the Scandinavian racing calendar.

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Solid Stone's bravery in a battle shines a sad light on Al Aasy's shortcomings

What Solid Stone did in the heat of battle at Newbury at Saturday only served to highlight what Al Aasy still frustratingly declines to do.

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Clive Cox delight as Wings Of War shows class in Mill Reef

Clive Cox is “hoping and praying” his second Mill Reef winner proves just as good as his first after Wings Of War lived up to his lofty reputation with victory in the Group 2 over 1200m at Newbury on Saturday

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Kevin Ryan on target again as Bielsa lands him another Ayr Gold Cup

Scotland's biggest raceday for two years, turned into a celebration of Kevin Ryan, the former jump jockey who has become the man to beat in these parts since taking up training.

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New Zealand news briefs

Wakari upsets favourites at Hastings - Callsign Mav defends Group One title - Art De Triomphe caps magical hour for Go Racing syndicates - Rails run aids Bellacontte to land Gold Trail

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Dettori in the spotlight on rare return to Woodbine

Frankie Dettori is no stranger to big-race glory right around the globe, but he might need a tour guide when he touches down in Toronto for Saturday's Pattison Canadian International on his first visit to Woodbine for nearly ten years.

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Memorable day for Mulrennan as 'highest-rated maiden' breaks juvenile record

Paul Mulrennan returned to his roots as the maiden Vertiginous landed a gamble for Brian Meehan in a Listed race that has a habit of throwing up champions.

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Will the true Khaadem turn up again?

Charlie Hills had high aspirations for Khaadem after his 2019 Stewards' Cup rout – some even compared him to champion sprinter Battaash.

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Key Ayr Gold Cup quotes

Ed Walker has grand plans for Great Ambassador but is under no illusions about the size of the task facing his exciting sprinter.

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Arc favourite Tarnawa 'in great shape' despite Dermot Weld worries

Dermot Weld was relieved that new Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe favourite Tarnawa came out of her Irish Champion Stakes effort unscathed, admitting that he was worried the superstar mare might have picked up an injury by racing on unwatered ground in the race's closing stages.

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Mishriff to skip Arc bid in favour of second tilt at the Champion Stakes

Mishriff, the joint top-rated horse in Europe, is to bypass a crack at next month’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for another tilt at the Group 1 Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot on October 16, it has been revealed.

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Murphy responds to Buick's title charge with 70-1 treble

Oisin Murphy had to sit and suffer through suspension as William Buick banged in a treble at Yarmouth on Thursday, but the champion jockey made amends by riding a 70-1 treble of his own here to reinstate his nine-winner lead in the title race.

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UK Racing looks at the races of interest this weekend

Friday Racing - Ayr 2.10pm - a Listed sprint over five furlongs to start proceedings this week and one where I was pleasantly surprised to see a decent sized field, hats off to Ayr and to all the connections for giving us all some competitive racing.

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UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview

Belmont Park returns to action this weekend with Irish and English horses, including Bolshoi Ballet, chasing the third leg of New York's rich turf series

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