Australian Bloodstock Secure Melbourne Cup Hopeful

Australian Bloodstock Secure Melbourne Cup Hopeful

A horse rated one of the better older stayers in Ireland has figured in a sale to Australian interests and will be set for a spring Cups campaign. Prominent syndicator Australian Bloodstock has bought a controlling interest in Mustajeer, a seven-year-old to southern hemisphere time who has been sparingly raced for his age. Mustajeer has […]

Royal Ascot Winner ‘Watch Me’ To Be The Favourite During Fresnay-le-Buffard Marois Race

Royal Ascot Winner ‘Watch Me’ To Be The Favourite During Fresnay-le-Buffard Marois Race

Eight runners were confirmed in the Prix du Haras de Fresnay-le-Buffard Jacques le Marois(Gr1), Sunday over Deauville’s straight mile. This is the 98th edition of this great summer milers’ championship, supported since 1986 by the stud farm created by Marcel Boussac in 1919, and taken over in 1980 by Stavros Niarchos. The French industrialist and the […]

QIPCO British Champions Sprint – Elite Race Horses

QIPCO British Champions Sprint – Elite Race Horses

There looks to be a changing of the guard among the top six-furlong sprinters and the young guns are on course to make it a red-hot renewal of the QIPCO British Champions Sprint. The five three-year-olds to run in the Group 1 Darley July Cup at Newmarket filled the first five places with Ten Sovereigns leading home the likes of Advertise and Fairyland, […]

‘Too Darn Hot’ Champion At Sussex Stakes Fully Recovers From Surgery

‘Too Darn Hot’ Champion At Sussex Stakes Fully Recovers From Surgery

Last year’s champion two-year-old Too Darn Hot has been retired after picking up a career-ending injury. Connections of the John Gosden-trained colt announced the news in a statement on Monday afternoon, revealing the colt had undergone successful surgery at Newmarket Equine Hospital. The injury is thought to have been sustained in his most recent Group 1 victory, the Qatar […]