Keyword: Racing Post

  • The session topper is a filly by Galileo and full sister to group I winner Together Forever.

    Goffs Orby Off to Solid Start

    Opening day of the two-day Goffs Orby sale started with an 8% rise in average and median. A €900,000 daughter of Galileo topped the session.

  • Le Havre Colt a Guineas Sale Pinhook Coup

    A son of Le Havre stole the show late in the day April 29 at the Tattersalls Guineas Breeze-up Sale at Park Paddocks, going to Tom Goff of Blandford Bloodstock for 300,000 guineas (US$ 460,310).

  • Cartier Racing Awards 2014 - Kingman

    Check out this behind the scenes video of Europe's Cartier awards. Listen to Kingman's Horse of the Year acceptance speech from Juddmonte's Douglas Erskine-Crum. Also, commentary by Trainer John Gosden, Juddmonte's Philip Mitchell, and Cartier's Arnaud Bamberger. Speeches begin at the 2:25 min. mark.

  • Meds Seized at Sheikh's Farm Overseas

    British agency seized 124 veterinary medicinal products not authorized for use in the UK at Sheikh Mohammed's Moorley Farm East operation in Newmarket, the Racing Post reported.

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    Workforce is Breeders' Cup Turf Bound

    Investec Epsom Derby (Eng-I) and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (Fr-I) winner Workforce will point toward the Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) at Churchill Downs, his connections revealed on Oct. 23, according to Racing Post.

  • Bonus Scheme Will Reward Yearling Buyers

    Sellers of yearlings in Britain and Ireland are working to put together a bonus fund worth £2-million (approximately $3,269,400 in U.S. funds) for the connections of nominated horses that win maiden races next year for 2-year-olds. Each bonus will be worth £10,000 ($16,347), and it is hoped that up to 200 races will be supported. Some of the bonus money also will be made available to 3-year-olds.

  • Kieran Fallon

    Fallon Loses Appeal of 18-Month Ban

    European top jockey Kieran Fallon, banned from racing for 18 months by the French racing authority, was denied his appeal of the sentence which was issued after a failed drugs test, the <i>Racing Post</i> reported Feb. 8.

  • Kieren Fallon

    Jockey Fallon Banned 18 Months

    European rider Kieren Fallon has been handed a worldwide 18-month ban by France Galop after failing a random drug test in that country, according to <i>The Racing Post</i>.

  • Persian Punch Dies on Track

    Champion European stayer Persian Punch died Wednesday of an apparent heart attack while making his 11-year-old debut in the Sagaro Stakes (Eng-III) at Ascot, according to The <i>Racing Post</i>.

  • Halling to stand in Dubai in 2004

    According to a report in the <i>Racing Post</i>, Halling will move to Emirates Stud Farm in Dubai for the 2004 breeding season, where his stud fee will remain at £30,000.

  • Halling to stand in Dubai in 2004

    According to a report in the <i>Racing Post</i>, Halling will move to Emirates Stud Farm in Dubai for the 2004 breeding season, where his stud fee will remain at £30,000.

  • Mister Baileys, circa 1995.

    Mister Baileys Found to Be Infertile

    English classic winner Mister Baileys, who stood first at Vinery in Kentucky before being purchased to stand in Europe, has been found to now be infertile, <i>The Racing Post</i> reported.