WAR OF WILL ‘WONDERFUL’ AFTER GRADE II RISEN STAR VICTORY

Barn Notes: War of Will, Serengeti Empress, Monomoy Girl


WAR OF WILL ‘WONDERFUL’ AFTER GRADE II RISEN STAR VICTORY

Ireland lifts ban on British runners


The ban on British-trained horses running in Ireland during the outbreak of equine influenza has been lifted with immediate effect, the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board has confirmed.

Weekend Takeaways: Finny on fire, Brassil bonanza, Evan above


City Island and Mark Walsh wins the Connolly's Red Mills EBF Auction Novice Hurdle by 7 lengths

Champagne and respect as Hong Kong legend Douglas Whyte retires


Douglas Whyte waved farewell to the most successful race-riding career in Hong Kong history this evening (Sunday, 10 February) at Sha Tin Racecourse, bowing out after saluting his fans long after the last race had weighed-in.

Nothing Fawlty With Manuel’s Orr-Some Performance


Manuel’s part-owner, Gary Lechte, could be excused for having a few nervous moments during the final 200m of the Group One Ladbrokes CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

Castelvecchio flies to win inaugural Inglis Millennium


Castelvecchio - a colt “destined for big things’’ by an up-and-coming stallion described as “the new Zabeel’’ – today won the inaugural running of the $2m Listed Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm.