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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.

Lady Aurelia And Battaash Primed To Deliver In King’s Stand Stakes Eagerly-awaited sprint showdown in store - 19 Jun
Milestones For Moreira And Lor, Deadlock In Championship Race Joao Moreira became just the fifth rider in Hong Kong racing history to reach the 700-win milestone at Sha Tin (Saturday, 16 June), partnering a treble to boot, but the Brazilian could not make any headway on rival Zac Purton in the jockeys’ championship as the Australian produced a treble of his own. - 18 Jun
Laurens Wins Prix Diane At Chantilly Laurens has won the French Oaks, the Prix de Diane, to give English trainer Karl Burke and jockey PJ McDonald their first taste of Classic success. - 18 Jun
Rhododendron Heads Queen Anne Declarations At Royal Ascot Ballydoyle filly features amongst a field of 15 - 18 Jun
Derby Hero Masar Handed Eclipse Aim At Sandown Epsom winner will not bid for Derby double at the Curragh - 14 Jun
Royal Ascot 2018: The Hottest Head-to-heads A duel, whether regarded as a ceremony in the cult of honour, or even when reduced in its moral essence to a form of manly sport, demands a perfect singleness of intention, a homicidal austerity of mood - 14 Jun
Mr Luck Springs Another Surprise Trainer Desmond Koh was not all that surprised after Mr Luck turned giant-killer again in the $125,000 Jamal Malik 2011 Stakes, a Kranji Stakes A Division 1 race over 1200m on Sunday. - 13 Jun
Charlie Appleby Happy To Forgive Hawkbill Dual Group One winner flopped at Epsom - 12 Jun