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Kinsale King prepping for Ascot

The winner of the Dubai Golden Shaheen is back into serious trackwork and preparations are afoot for the 2010 Golden Jubilee (G1) at the Royal Ascot meeting, the Daily Racing Form reported..  The Carl O’Callaghan trainee was under the clocker’s ...

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Rocket Man easily in Lion City Cup

Second in the Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1), Singapore’s Rocket Man cruised to his ninth win from eleven lifetime starts when taking the Lion City Cup (G1) for the second consecutive year, his final start before a planned reappearance in the ...

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Presvis ready for QE II Cup

The winner of the 2010 Jebel Hatta (G2) at Meydan, and the 2009 winner of the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1), Presvis will attempt to repeat the feat on Sunday.  He had a fine piece of light work ...

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Even draw for QE II Cup, Champions Mile

There were no overwhelming reactions to Thursday’s draw for either the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1) or the Champions Mile (G1).  Dubai racing graduates Presvis and Lizard’s Desire drew stalls six and two, respectively for the QE II ...

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Return to normalcy for Lizard’s Desire

A day after unseating jockey Jeff Lloyd in morning trackwork at Sha Tin, Lizard’s Desire returned to normal with a solid gallop over the all-weather at Sha Tin in advance of Sunday’s Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1).  The ...

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Lizard’s Desire fine after HK training incident

The second home in the 2010 Dubai World Cup (G1), Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup (G1) contender Lizard’s Desire parted company with jockey Jeff Lloyd in trackwork Tuesday, causing a stir at Sha Tin and a swollen ankle for his ...

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Cat Junior unlikely for HK Champions Mile

The winner of the 2010 Burj Nahaar (G3), Cat Junior is unlikely to make a scheduled start in the Hong Kong Champions Mile (G1) this weekend as a result of the Icelandic volcano eruption clogging air travel.  As a result, ...

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Rocket Man fires away in Singapore trial

The competition might have been lesser following his strong second place finish in the 2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1), but Singapore’s Rocket Man could not have been more impressive in his first start since that race, which also marked the ...

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Moore back on Presvis in Hong Kong

The rotation of jockeys on Luca Cumani-trainee Luca Cumani continues, and reverts back to the rider who has had the most success on the G1 winner.  Ryan Moore will be aboard Presvis in the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup ...

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Gabriel touts Tapeta at Asian Racing Conference

During a session at the 2010 Asian Racing Conference, Dubai Racing Club CEO Frank Gabriel touted the benefits of Tapeta at the 2010 Dubai International Racing Carnival and Dubai World Cup meeting.  Click HERE for the full article.

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Al Zarooni prepared for first UK starter

Ready or not, Godolphin’s newest trainer will make his first start in the United Kingdom when Carnival graduate Black Snowflake makes a scheduled start Wednesday at Newmarket.  Al Zarooni was successful with his first starter when Calming Influence landed the ...

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