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Permian suffers fatal injury at Arlington

Permian suffers fatal injury at Arlington

Tragedy struck on Arlington Park’s biggest day of the year when Permian suffered a fatal leg injury in the Grade 1 Secretariat Stakes on Saturday night. Godolphin’s colt, trained b...

Here Comes When comes in

Here Comes When comes in

The big match-up in the Qatar Sussex Stakes, the highlight on day two of the Qatar Goodwood Festival, failed to materialise as dual Guineas hero Churchill was ruled out of the £1 million...

No ordinary Joe

No ordinary Joe

You have been riding for 23 years for Mark Johnston, who has trained over 100 winners every year since you joined him. How did the association start and what is the secret of your lon...

Training in the shadow of giants

Training in the shadow of giants

Ask James Fanshawe for his USP and he might think you were inquiring about a feature on his new iPhone. In which case he’d look at you quizzically before referring both you and the iPho...

Enable first the rest nowhere

Enable first the rest nowhere

Enable looks the best three-year-old in Europe and probably the world after pulverizing the opposition in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. The da...

Lacklustre Arrogate beaten at Del Mar

Lacklustre Arrogate beaten at Del Mar

Arrogate, the world’s best racehorse who has banked over £13 million during his incredible racing career, produced a shocking performance in the San Diego Handicap at Del Mar in Califo...

The Lyons speaks all right

The Lyons speaks all right

You had four seasons as a National Hunt jockey in England in the 1980s, riding some 50 winners before injury ended your career. Despite training a Grade 1 winner over fences, you soon dec...

Chris McGrath ruffles feathers at AGM

Chris McGrath ruffles feathers at AGM

Racing Post Bloodstock Editor Chris McGrath didn’t hold back in his assessment of the breeding industry during his guest address at the 100th AGM of the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Associa...

Generation thriller nosed by Ulysses

Generation thriller nosed by Ulysses

The first real battle of the generations this season conjured up a wonderful finish, as Ulysses edged out his younger adversary Barney Roy to land the Group 1 Coral Eclipse. Not lo...


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