The Grey Gatsby given long-term Dubai aim

Winning the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes (G1) at Leopardstown on Saturday, defeating the regally-bred Australia, Kevin Ryan trainee The Grey Gatsby is due to return as a 4-year-old, and likely to start his season in the Dubai Duty Free (G1) ...

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Variety Club done for now, maybe for good

In an interview with the South China Morning Post while visiting Hong Kong to launch his new international syndicate venture, trainer Mike de Kock reported that the future of Godolphin Mile (G2) and Champions Mile (G1) winner Variety Club is ...

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Frank Gabriel returning to Dubai Racing Club

In a fairly shocking announcement, former Dubai Racing Club CEO Frank Gabriel is leaving his post at the New York Racing Association and returning to the Dubai Racing Club where, according to a story from the Daily Racing Form’s Dave ...

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Jamesie edges Gordon Lord Byron at Curragh

Jamesie edges Gordon Lord Byron at Curragh

David Marnane trainee Jamesie just got his nose in front to edge Gordon Lord Byron in the Renaissance Stakes (G3) at the Curragh. It was his first win since a January all-weather handicap at Meydan. Hamza finished third while Al ...

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Sole Power wins Nunthorpe again

A thrilling renewal of the Nunthorpe Stakes (G1) went the way of its 2010 winner Sole Power, giving trainer Eddie Lynam yet another Group 1 sprint win in the UK, this time at York. Overall, it was the third consecutive ...

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Tasaday looks to topple Taghrooda

It will be quite the task as Taghrooda seems a near cinch in Thursday’s Darley Yorkshire Oaks (G1) at York, but Godolphin’s Tasaday will be one of six rivals to take a shot. Tasaday is emerging from a narrow win ...

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