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Highly rated Cracksman to miss the Arc

Highly rated colt Cracksman will not run in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly next Sunday. The John Gosden-trained son of Frankel won last month’s Great Voltigeur at York, and also triumphed in the Prix Niel over the Arc course. Owner Anthony Oppenheimer suggested Cracksman may run in ...

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Rescheduled Ayr Gold Cup to be run at Haydock

The Ayr Gold Cup has been rescheduled for Saturday, 30 September – and will now take place at Haydock. The race was due to be run on 23 September but was called off as a section of the course was waterlogged. “We are delighted that the Ayr Gold Cup – ...

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Carberry wins on comeback – four months after giving birth

Irish jockey Nina Carberry has won on her comeback ride – four months after giving birth. Amateur rider Carberry, 33, was successful aboard Cask Mate, trained by Noel Meade, at Ballinrobe, Republic of Ireland. The 9-4 favourite won the concluding Bumper race by 12 lengths. Carberry said: “It’s great – ...

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First day of Ayr Gold Cup meeting abandoned

The first day of the Ayr Gold Cup has been abandoned because of waterlogging. The three-day meeting culminates with the Gold Cup itself on Saturday, but Thursday’s eight-race card has been called off, and Friday’s racing is subject to an inspection at 08:00 GMT. Clerk of the course Graeme Anderson ...

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Star horse Winx could be set for British campaign

Australian star horse Winx could be set to race in Britain in 2018 after the prolific mare’s trainer Chris Waller revealed a “campaign” in Europe is on the cards. Winx is the winner of 20 successive races since May 2015, a run that has gained her a huge following down ...

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