Tag: Newmarket

Sharja worth Lockinge look

The Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes is the feature contest on a blistering Newbury card on Saturday afternoon and it might be another...

O’Brien’s bid for Ten in Guineas

Newmarket stages the opening two Classics of the season this weekend with the best colts and fillies' tackling the world-famous Rowley Mile.

Tankerville appeals at Leopardstown

While the Aintree meeting takes centre-stage on Saturday, we look at three bets away from Liverpool on a bumper weekend of racing. The Ballysax Stakes...

Too Hot for Dewhurst rivals

The Dewhurst Stakes features on the card at Newmarket on Saturday, a Group 1 end-of-season test for the juveniles. Few have impressed more than Too...

Enable’s Arc but Magical worth a look

Sunday is one of the highlights in the racing calendar - the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe - and this year it returns to...

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...

O’Brien gears up for St Leger assault

It is the oldest Classic in the world and the final British Classic contest of the calendar year, with the St Leger at Doncaster...

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...

O’Brien can wave Wand in Oaks

The Darley Irish Oaks is centre stage on Saturday at the Curragh and the Aidan O'Brien-trained Magic Wand is a strong fancy to secure...

Sands Of Mali fancied in July Cup

The July Cup is the big event on Saturday at Newmarket for racing fans, a frenetic Group 1 sprint over the straight six furlongs...

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