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International Racing News

Sky's International racing journalists keep you up-to-date with the latest from abroad in the world of thorougbred racing.

Super Mac Signs Off With Winning Connection At Goodwood James McDonald signed off from his extended British adventure in style as he delivered Dutch Connection with a well-timed challenge to claim top honours in the Qatar Lennox Stakes at Goodwood. - 27 Jul
War Decree Lays Down The Law With Vintage Performance War Decree got back on the winning trail with an authoritative display in the Qatar Vintage Stakes at Goodwood. - 27 Jul
Ulysses Primed To Bounce Back In Gordon Stakes Derby disappointment Ulysses bids to get his season back on track in the Beringice Gordon Stakes at Goodwood on Wednesday. - 27 Jul
Nyquist And Beholder Work At Del Mar Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist has delighted trainer Doug O’Neil with his final work ahead of his return to racing at Monmouth Park on Sunday.    - 27 Jul
Songbird Takes Her Record To 9 From 9 Champion filly Songbird has stretched her record to nine wins from nine races with victory in the American Oaks at Sarataoga Springs. - 27 Jul
California Chrome Raises The Roof At Del Mar Champion five-year-old California Chrome raised the roof at Del Mar when he fought out a thrilling finish to the G2 San Diego Handicap in his first appearance since his World Cup win in Dubai in March. - 27 Jul
Japan Left With One Arc Chance Japan has a record 11 entries for this year’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp but it appears only one will make it to Chantilly for Europe’s greatest race.     - 20 Jul
Scottish Booked For Australia After Impressive Newbury Success Scottish made all under a confident ride from James Doyle to run out a convincing winner of the bet365 Stakes at Newbury. - 20 Jul
California Chrome Racing For Cancer Research US champion California Chrome will be racing for cancer research for the remainder of his career. - 20 Jul
Baster Opens His Account In Mauritius Stephen Baster may have taken a little longer than fellow Melbourne jockey James Winks to get off the mark in Mauritius, but what really mattered to him was to finally have that all-important first winner on the board on Saturday. - 20 Jul