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Saturday’s final report before the Longines HKIR

Saturday’s trackwork notes are provided below, courtesy the Hong Kong Jockey Club. There is one potentially troublesome note as top HK Cup tip Cirrus Des Aigles has some hoof tenderness which his trainer believes could be alleviated by new shoes. ...

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Tips for Meydan, November 20; Al Ain November 21

Here are our combined selections for the meetings this week at Meydan and Al Ain, with six races scheduled at both courses. The action at Meydan leads the way with their 85-100 rated handicap. Good luck this week! November 20 ...

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2014 Breeders’ Cup Saturday Analysis & Tips

Below is our analysis of the big nine-race Saturday meeting of the Breeders’ Cup. A phenomenal day of racing with so much on the line. Good luck to all. As we stated in our Friday analysis, some races are a ...

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2014 Breeders’ Cup Friday Analysis & Tips

Below is our analysis for the 2014 Breeders’ Cup Friday meeting, featuring four of the 13 races at this 31st renewal of a great racing event. With so many races, some of our opinions are stronger than others, and that ...

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Breeders’ Cup thoughts throughout the week

Make sure you follow us on Twitter @DubaiRaceNight throughout the week to get ongoing thoughts on the 2014 Breeders’ Cup meeting from Santa Anita. Two big days of racing loom and plenty should impact the 2015 Dubai World Cup Carnival. ...

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Three new listed races slated for Meydan

As the 2015 Dubai World Cup Carnival approaches, the Dubai Racing Club introduced three new dirt races, all listed, as part of the local season leading into the Carnival. Scheduled to be conducted on Thursday, December 18, 2014 as part ...

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Carnival grads take stage for BCD

The main season-ending event in the British flat season is upon us with Qipco British Champions Day on Saturday at Ascot. A host of Dubai World Cup Carnival alums are slated to take part. Cirrus Des Aigles, winner of the ...

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Euro Charline given Dubai Duty Free aim

After shipping to America to win the Beverly D (G1) at Arlington, Euro Charline was supposed to stay in training with Todd Pletcher for a stateside campaign. An injury flared, requiring some rest, and now Euro Charline is heading back ...

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Rich Tapestry was fast in American debut

The details of Rich Tapestry’s performance on dirt at Santa Anita were offered greater perspective by the “Inside the Trip” blog at America’s Best Racing. How fast did the Hong Kong import, and winner of the Mahab Al Shimaal, really run relative ...

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Treve triumphs twice!

In what will surely go down as one of the most spectacular comebacks, not to mention training performances, 2013 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Treve managed to repeat in stylish fashion in 2014. The filly became the first to ...

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Previewing the 93rd Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

Ian Bartlett, Katherine Ford, and Sally-Ann Grassick preview the monster day at Longchamp on Sunday, with comments from the connections and a review of the maximum field of 20 runners for the race some consider the world’s most prestigious. Watch ...

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