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Saoirse strikes at Limerick for Slattery and Coen
Spiorad Saoirse benefited from an enterprising Ben Coen ride to take the feature at Limerick, the Ballyduane Stud Race. Trained by his uncle Andy Slattery, the son of Iffraaj was without a win in six starts, with his sole previous success coming at the Galway Festival last year. Sent off at 7-2 he w
Alpha Centauri produces dazzling display in Coronation Stakes
Alpha Centauri provided Jessica Harrington with a first Royal Ascot success after a brilliant victory in the Coronation Stakes. Harrington, 71, has won many of jump racing’s biggest prizes – including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle and Queen Mother Champion Chase – but was still seeking a
Commonwealth Cup prize goes to Eqtidaar
Eqtidaar clung on for victory in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot. Sir Michael Stoute’s three-year-old had failed to win in three starts since making a successful racecourse debut at Nottingham last summer, and was sent off at 12-1 for what looked another hot renewal of this six-furlong Group One
Old Persian takes King Edward VII spoils at Royal Ascot
Old Persian was a clear-cut winner of the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot. A field of nine colts went to post for the ‘Ascot Derby’ and it was Aidan O’Brien’s Delano Roosevelt, who finished sixth in the Investec Derby at Epsom three weeks ago, who was sent off the 5-2 favourite. Old Persian, r
Main Edition proves the star attraction in Albany Stakes
Main Edition maintained her unbeaten record with victory in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot. Mark Johnston’s filly followed up her debut win at Windsor with a runaway success at Goodwood three weeks ago and she was a 7-1 shot stepped up to Group Three level in Berkshire. Wesley Ward’s American raid
Stradivarius ‘much better’ having been lame following Gold Cup
John Gosden does not expect Stradivarius to be out of action for long with a problem picked up in winning the Gold Cup at Ascot. The four-year-old returned lame after the race and lost a shoe, with the two incidents connected. “He is fine. What he did in the last furlong is he got close with the Aga
Idaho ship-shape for Crystal Ocean clash in Hardwicke Stakes
It is rare for Aidan O’Brien to be heading into a race as an underdog but that is the case in the Hardwicke Stakes, where Idaho takes on Crystal Ocean. The five-year-old son of Galileo has been a real globetrotter and appears to have taken over the mantle of his brother, Highland Reel, who represent
Sutton Manor spearheads strong cast for Gowran feature
The Ashgrove Stables Jack Duggan Memorial Handicap Hurdle is the most valuable race on a bumper eight-race card at Gowran Park on Saturday. The 26,000 euro contest has attracted 17 runners, with the field headed by Gordon Elliott’s Sutton Manor. The Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding reverts to th
All eyes on Ulster Derby at Down Royal
Four last-time-out winners do battle in the 100,000 euro Magners Ulster Derby at Down Royal on Saturday. Jim Bolger’s Godolphin-owned colt Change Of Velocity heads the field and although he must concede weight to each of his seven rivals, plenty will fancy him to follow up his impressive recent triu
Redkirk Warrior ready for battle in Diamond Jubilee Stakes
It is six years since Black Caviar won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot and the eyes of Australia are this time on Redkirk Warrior. Redkirk Warrior actually began life in England with William Haggas, for whom he won both of his starts – surprisingly over 10 furlongs. Frankie Dettori’s mount
Gordon Elliott sends strong team on Down Royal mission
A treble at Downpatrick last Sunday firmly indicated the Gordon Elliott team are back on track and the Cullentra House Stables operator will be hoping for further success in Northern Ireland on Down Royal’s Friday card. Leading trainer at the past two Cheltenham Festivals and the handler of an astou
Quartet declared for Limerick highlight
Only four go to post for the Ballyduane Stud Race at Limerick but it is a tight little heat. Coming out best on the figures is Willie McCreery’s True To Herself who took a good step forward from her maiden to win next time at Listowel. That form took a huge boost when the runner-up came out and won
Clemmie ‘has come forward since the Guineas’, says Aidan O’Brien
There may be three individual 1000 Guineas winners in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday, but some bookmakers are making Aidan O’Brien’s Clemmie the favourite. A clear-cut winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes last season, she headed into the winter as favourite for the Newmarket version, o
Paul Hanagan predicts game Commonwealth run from Sands Of Mali
Two-time champion jockey Paul Hanagan is pinning his hopes on a Royal Ascot winner when Sands Of Mali runs in the Commonwealth Cup on Friday. A slightly surprising winner of the Gimcrack as a two-year-old, he was then last in the Middle Park and failed to see out a mile at the Breeders’ Cup, which m
Stradivarius claims Ascot Gold for Dettori and Gosden
Stradivarius claimed victory in a thrilling renewal of the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. Trained by John Gosden and ridden by Frankie Dettori, the four-year-old was a 7-4 joint-favourite as he stepped up to two and a half miles for the first time in his career. Torcedor led the field into the home straig
Aidan O’Brien trio tested in King Edward VII Stakes
Aidan O’Brien is triple-handed as he bids for an overdue success in the King Edward VII Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday. The Ballydoyle handler has surprisingly saddled just one previous winner of a race commonly referred to as the Ascot Derby, with Five Dynasties claiming victory back in 2004. The
O’Brien adds to Royal Ascot double with Spanish Point at Leopardstown
Following on from his brace at Royal Ascot earlier trainer Aidan O’Brien added to his tally after striking in the Leopardstown “Club 30” Maiden with Spanish Point. In rear in the Irish 2,000 Guineas last time, the Emmet McNamara-ridden son of Frankel was soon up there dictating, though he looked a l
Shang Shang Shang strikes Norfolk gold at Royal Ascot
Shang Shang Shang clung on grimly to provide Wesley Ward with another Royal Ascot success in the Norfolk Stakes. The ebullient American trainer had saddled nine previous winners at the showpiece fixture, including No Nay Never in this race five years ago. Shang Shang Shang was the only filly in a 10
Ryan Moore chalks up 50th Royal Ascot victory aboard Hunting Horn
Ryan Moore rode his 50th winner at Royal Ascot as Hunting Horn dominated his rivals in the Hampton Court Stakes. Aidan O’Brien’s colt was a 5-1 shot for this Group Three assignment, coming down in class after finishing a respectable sixth in the French Derby on his latest appearance. Moore settled H
Wand weaves her Magic for Ryan Moore and Aidan O’Brien in Ribblesdale
Magic Wand dominated her rivals in the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot. Aidan O’Brien’s filly had beaten stablemate Forever Together in the Cheshire Oaks in May, but the tables were turned in the Investec Oaks at Epsom three weeks ago as Forever Together claimed Classic glory and Magic Wand finish
Sat, 23rd June 2018
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Saturday, 23rd Jun 2018
Good to Firm (Flat) and Good (NH). Watering ...
Good, Good to Firm in places (NH) and ...
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21:00 Mencap INH Flat Race
20:50 Limerick Racecourse Family Fun Day H'cap
20:30 Daily Mirror (Fillies) INH Flat Race
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RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
Watering will commence after racing @Downroyal to maintain good to firm ground.
Patrons travelling to Limerick this evening from the Cork direction are advised of significant delays in Charlevill… https://t.co/ynu0iorkmi
The ground @BallinrobeRaces ( Tuesday) is now good to yielding. Situation being monitored with regard to watering.… https://t.co/2NC3sO4zFd
The ground @Downroyal (today & tomorrow)is good (NH) & good to firm (Flat). Selective watering NH track & watering… https://t.co/0WkKQ013FX
The ground @GowranPark1 (Sat & Sun) is good, good to firm in places (NH) & good to firm (Flat). Watering both tracks. Warm and dry forecast.
The ground @LimerickRaces today is good to firm, good in places. Selective watering this morning. Forecast warm and dry.
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
The ground @LeopardstownRC is good to firm. Selective watering this morning. Remaining dry and bright for the rest of the day.
The ground @NaasRacecourse (Wednesday) is firm, good to firm in places and watering has commenced. Dry forecast.
The ground @BallinrobeRaces (Tuesday) is yielding. Dry and bright forecast over the coming days. Racing on the inner loop.
The ground @Downroyal (Fri & Sat) is good (NH) & good to firm (Flat). Watering to maintain. Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @tipperaryraces (Thursday) is good to firm, firm in places (watering). Dry forecast.
The ground @LimerickRaces (Friday) is good to firm and watering continues. Dry and very warm forecast.
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
The ground @Downroyal (Fri & Sat) is good, good to firm in places (NH) & good to firm (Flat). Watering continues on… https://t.co/bP35uNopGQ
The ground @LeopardstownRC (Thursday) is good to firm. Watering continues. Dry forecast today and tomorrow.
The ground @LimerickRaces (Friday) is good to firm following 1mm of rain overnight and watering. Mainly dry foreca… https://t.co/Vz8pF8gst4
The ground @WexfordRacecour is now good. Selective watering to maintain. Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @KilbegganRaces (Monday) is good to firm. Watering to commence on Friday. Forecast to be warm and dry.
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
Following 3mm of rain since 8am this morning the ground @SligoRaces is now good, good to yielding in places. Heavy… https://t.co/vwoI4lcqg7
@ColinDuffy5 @Fairyhouse Hi @ColinDuffy5, thanks for your tweet, just to let you know it is @ihrb_ie who has respon… https://t.co/oRp2sMerrS
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