International Racing

YESTERDAY July 30, 2014
Having already established himself as the best 3-year-old miler in Europe, Kingman staked his claim Wednesday to being the best European miler, period, defeating high-class 4-year-old Toronado by one length at Goodwood in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes.
July 28, 2014
Fresh off a major triumph Saturday in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, trainer John Gosden goes for another with Kingman in the Group 1 Sussex on Wednesday at Goodwood in England.
July 26, 2014
Taghrooda made history Saturday at Ascot, becoming only the third 3-year-old filly to win the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in the race’s 63-year history.
July 24, 2014
Another horse has tested positive for morphine in England, according to the Racing Post, and Michael Stoute, who trains a horse for Queen Elizabeth II that tested positive, has revealed that a second horse in his stable also tested positive for the drug.
Telescope, a 4-year-old who never has started in a Group 1 race, is the favorite for one of the most prestigious races in England, the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday at Ascot.
July 19, 2014
The 3-year-old filly Bracelet is beginning to live up to the lofty reputation established by her family. Her fourth win from six starts produced her first success at the Group 1 level as Bracelet scored a narrow victory over Tapestry and Volume in the ...
July 17, 2014
Taghrooda would have been heavily favored in the Irish Oaks after a sharp last-start win in the Epsom Oaks, but the John Gosden-trained, Hamdan al Maktoum-owned filly was taken out of Irish Oaks consideration to instead test older males in the King ...
July 12, 2014
Irish trainer Edward Lynam has the very good sprinter Sole Power for five-furlong fast-ground races, but when rain softened the Newmarket course for Saturday’s Group 1 July Cup over six furlongs, Lynam scratched the horse. Fortunately for Lynam, he has ...
July 11, 2014
The Grey Gatsby and Prince Gibraltar, the first and third finishers of the Group 1 French Derby on June 1, lead a field of 11 in Sunday’s $816,480 Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamp Racecourse.
Late-developing Integral is evolving into one of the better older fillies in Europe, and she scored her first Group 1 victory on Friday at Newmarket, comfortably defeating 3-year-old Rizeena by two lengths in the Falmouth Stakes.