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Weekend global stakes review

Weekend global stakes review

Winx makes it 27 not out Winx’s phenomenal story continued on Saturday when she notched her 20th Group 1 success and 27th win in a row comfortably in the Colgate Optic Stakes at Randwi...

24 hours with… Derek Thompson

24 hours with… Derek Thompson

On a normal day I get up around 5.30-6am. The first thing is to take the dog, Coco, an Alsatian, out for a walk for at least two miles. I used to love running but now I’m down to th...

Stay with me

Stay with me

When Flat racing comes in for criticism, it is usually connected to the fact that the sport’s stars are seldom around long enough to achieve the hero status often afforded the top-c...

Munir and Souede to disperse bloodstock

Munir and Souede to disperse bloodstock

Buyers will have the opportunity to purchase some of the best National Hunt fillies and mares to come on the market in many years as leading owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede have a...

David versus Goliaths

David versus Goliaths

There are things David Marnane has achieved that no champion trainer has, with a fraction of the resources available. Does that make the Royal Ascot winner better than a champion t...

Weekend global stakes review

Weekend global stakes review

Third time lucky for The Tin Man It was a case of third time lucky for the James Fanshawe-trained The Tin Man in the Group 1 Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday, partnered by man-of-the-...

Phoenix now taking flight

Phoenix now taking flight

As introductions go, few have been more high-profile to the orbits of racing and breeding than that of Phoenix Thoroughbred. Let’s start with the numbers. An outfit that didn’t...

Prunk rocks despite setbacks

Prunk rocks despite setbacks

It’s almost the definition of swimming against the tide. Ziva Prunk is only 35 years old yet she has held a trainer’s licence for 14 years. She hails from one country – Slove...

Australia the land of opportunity

Australia the land of opportunity

Rookie trainer Eddie O’Rourke admits he would not be a trainer at all if he had stayed in his native Ireland, instead of relocating to Australia seven years ago. O’Rourke and h...


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