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Calyx Blooms In Coventry

Newmarket trainer John Gosden registered his 44th winner at the Royal Meeting after Calyx justified the hype and 2/1 favouritism to provide his sire Kingman, also trained by Gosden, with a first Group success in the G2 Coventry Stakes.

Ridden by Frankie Dettori, recording his 57th triumph at Royal Ascot, the two-year-old took up the lead in isolation towards the stands' side rail and kept on well in the closing stages of the six-furlong contest to score by a length from the fast-finishing Advertise (10/1), trained by Martyn Meade, in second. [Read More]


Royal Ascot Leads To Breeders Cup

Royal Ascot form will contribute to the international challenge for the 2018 Breeders’ Cup races at Churchill Downs in November.

Justify claims Triple Crown

JUSTIFY winning the Kentucky Derby Presented By Woodford Reserve Race at Churchill Downs in Kentucky.

Justify has given trainer Bob Baffert his second Triple Crown with a comfortable victory in the Belmont Stakes.


Mikki Rocket Pips Werther In Takarazuka Kinen

Setbacks, an earthquake, weight loss, a wide draw and firm ground could not stop Hong Kong champion Werther’s bid for glory in the G1 Takarazuka Kinen at Hanshin...

Werther’s Takarazuka Kinen bid a ‘dream’ for owner Chen

Werther gallops on the Hanshin turf this morning.

Hong Kong owner Johnson Chen watched Werther experience Hanshin racecourse in Japan for the first time on June 21.