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Latest Horse Racing News (Week 3 March 2018)

Tips for Limerick Gordon Elliot can continue on his merry form after a swashbuckling affair at the Cheltenham festival last week. There were some tremendous performances, and Native River was the star of the show with a performance filled with grit and determination. Gordon Elliot who bagged the festival top trainer award would be the hottest cake to bet on at Limerick. Mullins and Elliot will be going up against each other and it could be turn out to be a mega event. Gordon’s ability to breathe down the neck…

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Latest Horse Racing News (Week 2 March 2018)

Brexit may hamper horseracing as well There has always been a mixed feeling since Brexit first came into speculations. Many were baffled, but the citizens of UK had vouched for it. However, Brexit has started to haunt them, and it all starts with their “Sports of Kings” getting dismantled. Horseracing is one of the elite sports of England, and has historic significance to it. A report has shown facts that can dismantle the Irish hopes as well as rural areas of Britain. The horseracing community accounts for $7.2 billion a…

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Latest Horse Racing News (Week 4 February 2018)

The whipping of horses isn’t seen as a noble effort in Australia Horseracing has never hogged the limelight like most of the other sports in the World, but can be considered one of the most valuable sports monetarily. Horseracing dates back to centuries, and has always been questioned for its nobility. The preparation of horses for the racing has changed in recent times, but whipping remains an integral part. However, a poll in Australia revealed that majority of its population wants a ban on whipping. The poll is of significance…

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Cyclop the first pick for the Surrey National at Lingfield David Dennis’s seven-year-old Cyclop remains one of the giants in his arena and boasts of a wonderful record and his eyes are nowo set on the Surrey National. Cyclop had a great run in 2017 winning the Lincolnshire National at Market Rasen on Boxing Day, after getting a second-place finish at the Southern National at Fontwell in November,Somerset National at Wincanton in January, and the Cambridgeshire National at Huntingdon in March. With a handicap rating of 120 Cyclop is under…

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Latest Horse Racing News (Week 1 February 2018)

G3 Princess Margaret Stake to be sponsored by Keenland: As a part of the new association with Ascot Racecourse Keenland is going to sponsor a high profile juvenile event on the British summer racing calendar that is the 2018 Princess Margaret Stake (G3).  The Princess Margaret Stake is a 6 furlong race for 2 year old fillies and is scheduled to be held on the 28th of July, Saturday at the Ascot Racecourse. Keenland is looking to promote the global success of U.S. bred and trained horses through its support…

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  Ippodamia’s Girl wins the Blue Norther Stakes Ippodamia’s Girl beat the challenges to clinch the $75,000 Blue Norther Stakes. The young filly showed her grit and talent when she held off a late challenge by One Fast Broad. Trained by Mike Puype, the two-year-old Ippodamia’s Girl finished the flat Santa Anita turf in 1:35.93. The race started off with 11 fillies, but two of them, Joe Talamo and Silken Spy led the charge through the first splits with Ippodamia’s Girl in hot pursuit. George and Martha Schwary bred Ippodamia’s…

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Best bet odds at Leicester, Plumpton and Wolverhampton: Plumpton saw Jill celebrating her 80th birthday with the “Jill’s 80th Birthday Novices Chase” at 1:40 which ought to be a breeze for BENATAR(10/11) who is measures better than his two rivals. Next up at 2:40 was ROTHMAN (5/1) who absolutely loves the track and can easily leave his competitors behind as he is better over hurdles. He is a dark horse and might turn out to be better than his suggested price. The 3:40 race will see four-year-old Saint-Contest (3/1) who…

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Sharp Samurai notches fourth straight win Sharp Samurai achieved its fourth straight win at the Santa Anita Park Twilight Derby. The three year old horse under jockey Gary Stevens won the Grade 2 derby of $200,000. Sharp Samurai is owned and also trained by Mark Glatt marked his fourth win in as many starts. Jockey Gary Stevens was most impressed with the three year old gelding. He feels that the horse is improving with every race and the trainers have done an excellent job in raising him. Sharp Samurai broke…

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  Celebration Cup all set to begin The Sha Tin racecourse will see stars like Beauty Only, Peniaphobia, Contentment and Mr Stunning in action for the National Day race meet. The race day will start off with the G3 National day Cup Handicap, a 1000 m race and the G3 Celebration Cup, a 1400 m race. Beauty Only has been assigned the top weight in the Celebration Cup, and this is the first time, Beauty Only is stepping out since last G1 Yasuda Kinen in last June in Tokyo. The…

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Hurricane Harvey Displaces Horses, Sam Houston to the rescue The Gulf Coast has been shattered by the monstrous Hurricane Harvey, setting a record of contiguous rain measuring up to 49 inches, while the Texas thoroughbred industry seems to have escaped from the worst of it. More than a hundred horses have been displaced as a result, all of which has taken shelter in the Sam Houston race park, located North-west of downtown Houston. The track’s live racing season had ended in May and did not have any horses presently. It…

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