Tag: John Gosden

Maqsad an Oaks player

Epsom is racing's big stage this weekend with The Oaks on Friday ahead of Saturday's Derby. Can anyone tear the Fillies' Classic away from...

Curragh clash fit for Classic tag

The Irish 2,000 Guineas is centre-stage at the Curragh on Saturday, the Co Kildare track now fully up and running after extensive...

Johnston looks good for success at Wolverhampton

Mark Johnston has a win rate of 18% over the last fortnight and there is plenty of reasons to suggest he can add to...

All eyes on Ascot

The end of the Flat season is upon us and for the eighth time it is marked by the majestic British Champions Day at...

Gosden may have Style for Cambridgeshire

The three-day meeting concludes at Newmarket and is all about the Cambridgeshire, with the big handicap taking centre stage on Saturday afternoon (15.40). The Royal...

Take Cover in Beverley Bullet

The Beverley Bullet is the feature event at Beverley on Saturday and there’s plenty to like about last year’s winner, Take Cover. Take Cover -...

Penny to make pounds in Sweet Solera

John Gosden is a very astute judge when it comes to fillies and his decision to attack the Sweet Solera Stakes with Pennywhistle at...

Poetic license for the Doyler

James Doyle was the darling of the racing media last weekend following an ice-cool ride in the Irish Oaks to win on Sea Of...

Gosden the man in Lancashire Oaks

John Gosden currently matches the late Sir Henry Cecil on seven career wins in the Lancashire Oaks and may surpass that tally on Saturday. The...

Elliott vs. Mullins – The Royal Edition

We are well versed watching Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott trade blows on our screens, but not usually in top hats and finery amid...

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