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Category Archives: Horse Racing
The Cheveley Park Stakes for two-year-old fillies is run over six furlongs on the Rowley Mile Course at Newmarket (3.10pm, Newmarket, Saturday). It is a prestigious race in its own right, but often provides
The St Leger, run over a mile and three-quarters at Doncaster, is the oldest Classic horse race, having been run every year bar one since 1776 (3.50pm, Saturday).
Sole Power, winner of both the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Nunthorpe Stakes at York, heads a 17-strong field for Saturday’s Betfred Sprint Cup (3.50pm, Haydock). Sole Power (7/2) is unbeaten over 5 furlongs this season and his … More…
The Juddmonte International Stakes at York on Wednesday has been won in recent years by the likes of Sea The Stars and Frankel. This year’s six-runner renewal features an intriguing clash of the generations between Aidan O’Brien’s three-year-old Australia and … More…
The Sussex Stakes is the first opportunity of the season for the Classic generation to take on older horses over 1m at the highest level (3.05pm, Goodwood, Wednesday).
The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, run over 1½ miles, is the most prestigious race of its kind run in Britain and, as such, the highlight of Middle Distance category of the QIPCO British Champion Series. This year’s … More…
The Irish Oaks features a rematch between Tarfasha, Volume and Marvellous, who were second, third and ninth in the Epsom equivalent six weeks ago (5.45pm, Curragh, Saturday).
The July Cup is the second of four races over 6 furlongs in the British Champion Series Sprint category and regularly attracts the crème de la crème of sprinting talent from Europe and beyond (3.50pm, Newmarket, Saturday). This year is … More…
The Coral Eclipse Stakes run over 1m2f, is the first opportunity of the season for the three-year-olds of the classic generation to take on the older horses at the highest level (3.50pm, Sandown, Saturday).
The Irish Derby often provides consolation for horses that contested the Epsom equivalent earlier in the month, but this year features the first, second, eighth, tenth, twelfth and last at Epsom (5.30pm, Curragh, Saturday).