Mighty New Stakes Winner For Ulysses

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Last seen finishing a close fifth in the Gr.1 St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot, MIGHTY ULYSSES (Ulysses) took advantage of a drop in class to regain winning ways in the Listed Sir Henry Cecil Stakes at Newmarket. Read more

Nashwa Classic Example of Pivotal Nick

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NASHWA (Frankel) became the 27th individual Gr.1 winner for PIVOTAL as a broodmare sire when Imad Al Sagar's homebred filly landed the Prix de Diane at Chantilly on Sunday. Read more

Inspiral Spectacular in Coronation

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INSPIRAL (Frankel) was the star of the show on the Friday of Royal Ascot as she delivered a spectacular performance to land the Gr.1 Coronation Stakes for John & Thady Gosden. Read more

Benefit Reaches New Heights in Cathedral

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The Cathedral Stakes at Salisbury once again went the way of a three-year-old as BENEFIT (Acclamation) and John Fahy overhauled favourite Nahaar to land Listed honours for Clive Cox. Read more

Big Bash Best in Princess Elizabeth

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BASHKIROVA (Pivotal) earned family bragging rights with victory over POTAPOVA (Invincible Spirit) in the Group 3 Princess Elizabeth Stakes at Epsom on Derby Day. Read more

Brief Raid Reaps Rewards

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BRAD THE BRIEF (Dutch Art) built upon a successful comeback run with a career-best victory in the Gr.2 Greenlands Stakes at The Curragh over the weekend for Hugo Palmer, William Buick and owner-breeder Chasemore Farm. Read more

Twilight Supersonic in Lacken

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TWILIGHT JET (Twilight Son) danced every dance as a juvenile yet looked better than ever when bolting up in the Gr.3 Lacken Stakes at Naas on his first start of the new season. Read more

Twilight in the Limelight After Super Weekend

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Twilight Son's progeny enjoyed a golden spell on the racecourse over the Bank Holiday weekend, highlighted by the runaway success of TWILIGHT SPINNER in the Gr.3 Athasi Stakes at The Curragh for Joseph O'Brien and Shane Crosse. Read more

An Allaho Annihilation

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Arriving off the back of successive wide-margins victories in the Gr.1 Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, ALLAHO took the step back up to three miles in his giant stride and pulverised a field of elite stayers in the Gr.1 Punchestown Read more



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