International Racing News

Tiger Roll Headlines National Acceptors Following Latest Stage

Mar 22 2019

But Welsh National victor Elegant Escape taken out

In-Form Kachy All Set For Finals Day At Lingfield

Mar 22 2019

Dascombe speedster bidding to go one place better than 12 months ago

High Expectations For Almond Eye's Further Success

Mar 22 2019

The focus is centered on Almond Eye, JRA’s 2018 Horse of the Year and winner of the fillies’ Triple Crown, who is slated to run in the Dubai Turf on 30th March 2019.

Cambridge Trio Primed For Tauranga Feature

Mar 22 2019

Cambridge trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman will head into the Gr.2 Windsor Park Stud Japan NZ International Trophy (1600m) at Tauranga on Saturday armed with three strong chances.

Lasix Agreement Ends Turmoil At Santa Anita

Mar 20 2019

Racing will resume at Santa Anita on March 29 after the Thoroughbred Owners of California and track owners The Stronach Group reached an agreement on the use of Lasix.

Cheltenham hero Tiger Roll all set for National repeat

Mar 20 2019

‘The plan is to go for the English National’

Fight Hero and Southern Legend depart for Dubai

Mar 20 2019

Two Hong Kong runners, Fight Hero and Southern Legend, departed from Sha Tin Racecourse for Dubai last night (19 March).

Nimble the quickest for the fourth time

Mar 20 2019

Both trainer Leticia Dragon and jockey John Powell shook their heads when the cards came out on Wednesday - Nimble’s fairytale run of three wins in a row would surely come to an end.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review : 15th and 17th of March 2019

Mar 20 2019

There were a number of key performances in Singapore over the weekend, headed by the unbeaten Gingerella.

Waikuku, from Riversfield via Currabeg to the BMW Hong Kong Derby

Mar 15 2019

Twelve weeks ago Waikuku was a racehorse with only two races to show for what several good judges felt was an abundance of potential. Five further races and four beguiling wins later, the four-year-old will take his place in Sunday’s (17 March) BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) as the contest’s highest-rated contender.

Waikuku draws wide but is on track for Sunday’s BMW Hong Kong Derby

Mar 15 2019

John Size offered words that should give some reassurance to Waikuku fans after the gelding drew widest of all in gate 14 at the BMW Hong Kong Derby barrier draw at Sha Tin Racecourse this morning (Thursday, 14 March).

Lizzie Kelly shines on Siruh Du Lac at Cheltenham

Mar 15 2019

Second Festival win for jubilant rider

Apple’s Jade ‘didn’t scope well’ following Champion Hurdle

Mar 15 2019

Elliott mare could go to Punchestown

Paisley Park hits the right note in Stayers’ Hurdle

Mar 15 2019

Emotional success for all involved with Lavelle-trained winner

Bryony Frost makes history with fabulous Frodon triumph

Mar 15 2019

Thrilling Ryanair success lights up Cheltenham

Altior test nerves – then delivers yet again with second Champion Chase victory

Mar 15 2019

Brilliant chaser’s 18th successive win equals all-time record

Roksana Takes Full Advantage Of Dramatic Benie Des Dieux Exit

Mar 13 2019

Final-flight fall conjures memories of Annie Power in same race

Cheltenham To Inspect As Stormy Wednesday Threatens

Mar 13 2019

Saturday switch if gales blow day two of Festival off course

Frankie Lor Heads To The BMW Hong Kong Derby As Hong Kong’s New Hope

Mar 13 2019

Frankie Lor is the shooting star of Hong Kong’s training ranks and on Sunday (17 March) the handler will saddle three leading contenders for the third, final and most coveted leg of the Four-Year-Old Classic Series, the HK$18 million BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m).

Bryony Frost Records Landmark 100th Winner At Plumpton

Mar 13 2019

Rising star gets ready for Cheltenham in style

Altior The Star Attraction In Queen Mother Champion Chase

Mar 13 2019

Willie Mullins relies on Min to take on Nicky Henderson’s superstar

Buveur D’Air Bidding To Join The Hurdling Greats At Cheltenham

Mar 13 2019

But Henderson wary of threat posed by Irish mares

Hopes High As Lalor Poised For Arkle Challenge

Mar 12 2019

‘I wouldn’t swap him’, says trainer Kayley Woollacott

Bayliss On The Board As Rise High Swoops

Mar 12 2019

Hong Kong’s youngest rider Regan Bayliss lit up a damp day and showed a maturity beyond his years with a thrilling last-to-first success aboard Rise High in the Class 1 Lavender Handicap (1600m) at Sha Tin this afternoon (Sunday 10 March).

Persian King Has First Turf Canter

Mar 7 2019

5th March 2019 – Andre Fabre, the legendary 29-time French Champion Trainer, this morning stepped up preparations for his QIPCO 2000 Guineas candidate, Persian King.




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