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Armory fulfils promise in Futurity Stakes
Armory cemented his position as a leading contender for Classic honours next season with victory in the Galileo Irish EBF Futurity Stakes at the Curragh. The Aidan O’Brien-trained colt – a son of Galileo – was sent off the 4-6 favourite for the seven-furlong Group Two, which has been dominated by Ba
Alpine stars for Harrington in Debutante Stakes
Alpine Star just prevailed from Petite Mustique in a pulsating renewal of the Debutante Stakes at the Curragh. The winner’s stablemate Windracer made the early running in the Group Two contest, closely attended by favourite Love, who edged into a narrow advantage two and half furlongs out. Plenty ha
Sinawann shines in maiden success at the Curragh
Sinawann progressed nicely from his debut to get off the mark in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Maiden at the Curragh. Fifth over seven furlongs at the Kildare circuit earlier this month, that experience was not lost on Michael Halford’s Kingman colt, who also had no problem facing a mile for the firs
Classy Ballyoisin lights up Killarney card
Ballyoisin put up a fine performance under top-weight to win the featured BoyleSports Handicap Chase at Killarney on Friday under in-form claimer Darragh O’Keeffe. Sent off the 11-4 favourite, Enda Bolger’s gelding overcame quite a bad mistake just after halfway to make all and defeat Lakemilan by s
Death announced of Champion Hurdle hero Espoir D’Allen
Espoir D’Allen, winner of this year’s Unibet Champion Hurdle, has been put down following an accident at Gavin Cromwell’s stables earlier this month. The five-year-old took a fall when returning to the yard in County Meath from the gallops and was being treated in Fethard Equine Hospital. In a state
Brilliant Battaash blitzes Nunthorpe field
Battaash made it third time lucky in the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes with a blistering display to power home in the five-furlong Group One feature at York. The Charlie Hills-trained gelding silenced his critics as he smashed the course record, previously held since 1990 in this race by Dayjur in the s
Stradivarius proves one in a million again at York
Stradivarius scooped a £1million bonus for the second year running when showing once again he is in a class of his own in the stayers’ division with victory in the Weatherbys Hamilton Lonsdale Cup at York. John Gosden’s remarkable five-year-old took his winning sequence to nine in his usual gritty,
Little Nugget looks a gem for Mullins at Kilbeggan
The featured Kilbeggan End of Season Celebration September 6th Mares Novice Hurdle has attracted a competitive line-up on Saturday, with all seven runners having been successful over the smaller obstacles during the current campaign. Little Nugget’s Galway Festival second behind stablemate Foveros l
Shelir in search of Listed honours at Killarney
Shelir will try to regain the winning thread as he drops back to Listed company in Saturday’s Dunloe Hotel & Gardens Vincent O’Brien Ruby Stakes at Killarney. Dermot Weld’s charge was a winner at this level back in May, but was subsequently unplaced in the Irish 2,000 Guineas and beat just one horse
Davids Charm takes Killarney feature
The featured K.W.D. Kingdom Gold Cup Premier Handicap saw 2-1 favourite Davids Charm gain a second big race success that his talents deserve when he carried off the near 30,000 euro first prize at Killarney. Victorious in a Grade A handicap hurdle at Fairyhouse in December 2017, otherwise the Milan
Search For A Song hits the right note for Weld in Galtres Stakes
Search For A Song gave Dermot Weld a second victory in the British EBF & Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes with a game display in the Listed race at York. Weld took the prize in 2012 with Pale Mimosa and the Rosewell House trainer has a bright prospect in Search For A Song, who was having only her four
Enable produces perfect end to British career
Enable continued her winning streak with another brilliant performance in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks at York. Quickly out of the stalls on the final start of her career in Britain, the John Gosden-trained mare repeated her victory in this race from 2017 in emphatic fashion. Frankie Dettori was comfor
Smullen forced to miss his charity race
Pat Smullen has ruled out riding in his charity race at next month’s Longines Irish Champions Weekend after a setback in his health. The multiple Group One-winning jockey announced his retirement in May, having undergone treatment for pancreatic cancer after being diagnosed in March of last year. Sm
Living In The Past dominates for Lowther victory
Living In The Past led her rivals a merry dance as she made all to take the Group Two honours in the Sky Bet Lowther Stakes at York. Danny Tudhope had the Karl Burke-trained filly smartly out of the stalls and was able to dictate the race to spring a minor surprise on the 12-1 winner. Nasaiym and Pr
Japan denies Crystal Ocean in International thriller
Japan edged out Crystal Ocean in a thrilling finish to the Juddmonte International Stakes at York. The pair served up a terrific climax to the extended 10-furlong showpiece, with Ryan Moore on the Aidan O’Brien-trained Japan (5-1) just getting the better of James Doyle on Sir Michael Stoute’s Crysta
International delight for O’Brien as Japan delivers big-race glory
Aidan O’Brien’s faith in Japan was rewarded as the one-time Investec Derby favourite provided the Ballydoyle trainer with a record-equalling sixth victory in the Juddmonte International Stakes at York. It is 19 years since O’Brien first struck International gold with the mighty Giant’s Causeway (200
Darver Star shines in feature on day one of Killarney
Darver Star made all to claim the lion’s share of the €50,000 pot in the opening-day feature of the August Killarney festival, the Larkins Pub, Restaurant, B&B Handicap Hurdle. Gavin Cromwell saddled three in the two-mile-one contest and the money came for the winner’s stablemate Duchess Ravenwaves
Logician makes Leger case with decisive Voltigeur success
Logician staked a strong claim for the William Hill St Leger when running out an impressive winner of the Sky Bet Great Voltigeur Stakes at York. The son of Frankel, trained by John Gosden, made light of the step up from handicap company as he dismissed much more experienced rivals with ease to stre
Fogarty points Forever In Dreams back to Haydock for Sprint Cup
Aidan Fogarty reports Forever In Dreams on target for a second visit to Haydock, for the 32Red Sprint Cup, following her May victory over the same six furlong-course. The daughter of 2011 Sprint Cup hero Dream Ahead took the the Listed honours in the Cecil Frail Stakes, and was then an excellent run
Sligo result stands despite early start
Confusion reigned following the opening mares’ maiden hurdle at Sligo on Tuesday after the race was allowed to go off four minutes early. Caer was first past the post in the extended two-mile-one-furlong heat, but connections faced an anxious wait as the stewards inquired into the circumstances of t
Sat, 24th August 2019
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Saturday, 24th Aug 2019
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13:55 The Irish Examiner Rated Race
13:20 Irish EBF Supporting ICW Nursery Hcap
12:50 Ir.Stallion Farms EBF Median Auct Race
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