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12 for Harry Angel Esquire (3 g ex Ladyship by Oasis Dream) became the 12th individual stakes winner for Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) when taking out Saturday’s Greenham Stakes (Gr 3, 7f) at Newbury. Showing clear improvement on his juvenile form, the David O’Meara-trained gelding ran on well under pressure to deny El... Read More

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Four for Isla Bonita Costa Bonita (5 m ex Lady Ying by Kendor) became the fourth individual stakes winner for Shadai Stallion Station’s Isla Bonita (Fuji Kiseki) when landing Saturday’s Fukushima Himba Stakes (Gr 3, 1800m). Ridden by Mirai Iwata for trainer Yoshiaki Sugiyama, the five-year-old mare defeated Feel Sympathy (Behkabad) by a neck with... Read More

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Eight for Too Darn Hot Darley shuttler Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) chalked up his eighth southern individual hemisphere-bred winner on Saturday when Perspiration (2 c ex Latitude by Casino Prince) scored at the third time of asking. Having twice run second prior to Saturday’s victory, the Ciaron Maher-trained colt made no mistake this time, comfortably... Read More

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16 for Almanzor Cambridge Stud shuttler Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) continued his purple patch of form on Saturday when the Andrew Forsman-trained Moonlight Magic (3 f ex Japonica by Encosta De Lago) handed the stallion his 16th individual stakes winner when she broke her maiden in the Championship Stakes (Gr 3, 2100m) at Ellerslie. Having the... Read More

Deja vu for Overpass and Amelia’s Jewel in The Quokka 

Saturday’s The Quokka (1200m) had a very similar feel to last year’s renewal, with the Bjorn Baker-trained Overpass (Vancouver) again overcoming local star Amelia’s Jewel (Siyouni) to record back-to-back victories in the valuable sprint. Running for $5 million in prize-money this time around, up $1 million from 2023, the five-year-old son of Vancouver (Medaglia D’Oro)... Read More

Fownes logs Sha Tin three-timer ahead of Straight Arron’s FWD QEII Cup bid

Preparing Straight Arron (Fastnet Rock) QEII Cup (Gr 1, 2000m) tilt in eight days, Caspar Fownes claimed training honours at Sha Tin on Saturday with a treble as the four-time Hong Kong champion crowned a memorable week. After becoming only the fourth trainer in Hong Kong history to reach the 1,100 win milestone behind John... Read More