Saeed bin Suroor revealed that Thunder Snow, the impressive winner of the G1 Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airline at Meydan, UAE, at the end of March, could make his European return in the Prix Jacques le Marois (G1, 1m, turf, 12 August) at Deauville.

Thunder Snow return to action likely next month


Saeed bin Suroor revealed that Thunder Snow, the impressive winner of the G1 Dubai World Cup Sponsored by Emirates Airline at Meydan, UAE, at the end of March, could make his European return in the Prix Jacques le Marois (G1, 1m, turf, 12 August) at Deauville.

  • Cheongdam Dokki Marches On In Mayor’s Cup


    Cheongdam Dokki ventured outside of Seoul for the first time but the four-year-old made himself right at home on the South-Coast, beating a strong set of rivals to win the Group 3 Busan Mayor’s Cup on Sunday afternoon confirming his status as the top-rated horse in Korea.

  • All hail Julius Caesar as Peters claims training honours


    Polytrack specialist Julius Caesar came with a grandstand finish to give trainer James Peters just as an emphatic an ending to his day with a hat-trick of wins in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1000m on Sunday.

  • Jockey Club celebrates HKSAR’s 21st birthday by staging Hong Kong Reunification Raceday


    The Hong Kong Jockey Club celebrated the 21st birthday of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region by staging the Hong Kong Reunification Raceday today (1 July) at Sha Tin Racecourse.
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  • Celebrating HKSAR’s 21st birthday at Hong Kong Reunification Raceday


    To celebrate the 21st birthday of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), The Hong Kong Jockey Club will once again stage the Hong Kong Reunification Raceday at Sha Tin Racecourse this coming Sunday (1 July).

  • Clements not down for the Count


    This time last year, trainer Michael Clements had won the first two Legs of the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge with Alibi, stumbled in the last Leg, the Emirates Singapore Derby, but it was still a great rush.