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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.

Mate On The Up RSA - Our Mate Art can finally start realising his potential by winning the Highlands Stud Winter Guineas at Kenilworth tomorrow. - 29 Apr
ALL EYES ON ‘DANCER’ RSA - There exotic races at the Turffontein Inside track on Saturday are generally competitive although there are possible bankers for the brave. - 29 Apr
Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 21st And 23rd Of April Boom three-year-old Tannhauser was clearly the stand-out performance of the weekend, as he again gave his rivals a galloping lesson. - 29 Apr
Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup Track Work– Wednesday    Australian galloper The United Stakes has arrived in Hong Kong ahead of Sunday’s Audemars Piquet QEII Cup. - 29 Apr
No Disappointments At APQEII Cup Barrier Draw    Thursday’s (27 April) barrier draw for Sunday’s (30 April) HK$20 million G1 Audemars Piguet QE II Cup (2000m) left connections no more or less confident about taking out the coveted prize. - 29 Apr
READY FOR CHAMPIONS SEASON OPENER RSA - South Africa’s Champions Season in KwaZulu-Natal will kick off in fine style at Greyville on Sunday, May 7, when some of the top horses in the country meet in the R500 000, Grade 2 Independent On Saturday Drill Hall Stakes over 1 400m. - 28 Apr
Ready For Champions Season Opener RSA: South Africa’s Champions Season in KwaZulu-Natal will kick off in fine style at Greyville on Sunday, May 7, when some of the top horses in the country meet in the R500 000, Grade 2 Independent On Saturday Drill Hall Stakes over 1 400m. - 28 Apr
Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup Track Work– Wednesday    Australian galloper The United Stakes has arrived in Hong Kong ahead of Sunday’s Audemars Piquet QEII Cup. - 27 Apr
Aussie Gun Bowman Back In Town For APQEII Cup Hugh Bowman, Australia’s leading Group 1 jockey, is ever the ‘feet on the ground’ realist and measured in his assessment of his major race prospects despite his remarkable success in recent seasons and an especially stellar 2016.    - 27 Apr
Japanese Raider Has The Hi-tech, ‘X’ And Magic Factors Japan’s Neorealism, with the scalp of the all-conquering Maurice on his belt, brings the international ‘X’ factor plus an element of the nation’s renowned technological expertise to Sunday’s HK$20 million G1 Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2000m).  - 27 Apr