Tizzard Hoping for Lively Start to Cheltenham’s Season at The Showcase 14/10/08
Trainer Colin Tizzard is looking forward to seeing his star chaser Joe Lively get the second season over fences off to a flying start in the £30,000 IG Index Chase (4.05pm), highlight of the first day’s racing at The Showcase on Friday, October 17.
Turnell Aiming Bible Lord at Showcase Glory 13/10/08
Trainer Andy Turnell is looking forward to seeing Bible Lord make a return to Cheltenham in the £50,000 Dick Francis “Silks” Handicap Chase (3.25pm), highlight of the second day of The Showcase on Saturday, October 18.
In-Form Lord Ryeford Pencilled In for the Showcase 13/10/08
Lord Ryeford has been in fantastic form this summer, so much so that trainer Tom George believes that his charge will be a force to reckon with in the £50,000 Dick Francis “Silks” Handicap Chase (3.25pm) at Cheltenham on Saturday, October 18.
Jump Jockeys to the Fore at Goodwood’s 2008 Season Finale 09/10/08
Jimmy McCarthy is looking forward to the rare thrill of riding around Goodwood’s unique contours in the Ucello II And Ubu III Trophy Handicap (2.00pm) over two miles on Sunday, October 12, the racecourse’s final fixture of the year.
Racing Returns to Wetherby with Spinal Research Charity Race Day 09/10/08
Wetherby stages its first fixture of the new season on Wednesday, October 15, when the Yorkshire course will be hosting its 18th annual Spinal Research Charity Day.
Cheltenham Announces New Running Order for The Festival 2009 07/10/08
At a media conference today, Cheltenham Racecourse announced some significant changes to the racing schedule for The Festival in 2009, which takes places from March 10 to 13.
Back-to-Back Cambridgeshire Victories for In-Form Gosden 04/10/08
The great run of John Gosden’s stable continued with a length win for Tazeez in the totesport.com Cambridgeshire, giving the Newmarket trainer his third win in the valuable handicap and his second in succession, having triumphed last year with Pipedreamer.
Difficult Donativum Finds Valuable Winning Ways After Being Gelded 04/10/08
Donativum, a 120,000gns son of Cadeaux Genereux, swooped late for victory in the inaugural Tattersalls Timeform Million, winning by half a length at 33/1.
Tiger the Perfect Tonic for Jarvis 04/10/08
Newmarket trainer Michael Jarvis was absent from The NatWest Rowley Mile today with a bout of flu, but he received the perfect tonic when Tiger Eye put in a superb front-running display to claim the inaugural running of the Timeform Tattersalls Fillies 800 over seven furlongs.
Guest Dreams of Guineas Success with Serious Attitude 03/10/08
Trainer Rae Guest returned to the Group One fold after an 11-year hiatus with a filly that no one wanted. Serious Attitude made a mockery of the 7,500 guineas she cost as a yearling when maintaining her unbeaten record in the 32Red.com Cheveley Park Stakes.
Second Group One Win for Talented Bushranger 03/10/08
Bushranger struck gold for Ireland with an impressive win in the Group 1 Shadwell Middle Park Stakes following up on his victory in the Prix Morny at Deauville in August, scoring in a new two-year-old course record time of 1m 9.56s.
Ayr Racecourse Opens Doors to York Residents 01/10/08
Ayr Racecourse is bracing itself for a mini invasion next week after bosses offered York residents free entry to the Rockingham Stakes Raceday on Friday week (10th October).
Cheltenham Marks Mick Fitzgerald’s Retirement at The Showcase 30/09/08
The recent retirement of popular jockey Mick Fitzgerald will be marked on day two of The Showcase at Cheltenham, Saturday, October 18, when the card plays host to the £10,000 Mick Fitzgerald Novices’ Hurdle.
Desert Phantom Seeks Four-timer in Somerville Tattersall Stakes 30/09/08
Unbeaten Listed winner Desert Phantom seeks to secure a four-timer in the £60,000 Group Three Somerville Tattersall Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday, October 2, the opening day of the Cambridgeshire Meeting.
Putra Set to Defend Unbeaten Record in Tattersalls Timeform Million 30/09/2008
The inaugural Tattersalls Timeform Million, with a guaranteed minimum prize fund of £1,000,000, has 27 horses remaining at the five-day stage.
The Cheka Seeks to Pocket the Tattersalls Timeform Million 25/09/08
Oxfordshire trainer Eve Johnson Houghton is eyeing a lucrative Newmarket double with her classy juvenile colt The Cheka, who could be aimed at both the Tattersalls Timeform Million and the Group One Darley Dewhurst Stakes.
Kalahari Gold Can Progress for Next Challenge at Newmarket 24/09/08
Two £100,000 Group Two contests on The NatWest Rowley Mile on Saturday, October 18, Champions’ Day, have both received tremendous entries.
Jewson Final the Plan for Vaughan’s Money 23/09/08
The £25,000 Jewson Novices’ Handicap Hurdle Final (3.30pm) on Friday, October 17, the first day of The Showcase, the two-day meeting that starts the season at Cheltenham, is the intended target for the Tim Vaughan-trained Option Money.
Salisbury Hoping For Another Classic Finale 22/09/08
Racegoers have one more chance to enjoy a thrilling afternoon of racing at Salisbury Racecourse this season when the popular Wiltshire venue stages its final fantastic fixture of 2008 on Wednesday, October 1.
Williams has Cheltenham in Mind for Butler 22/09/08
William Butler could be targeted at the extended two and a half mile £50,000 Dick Francis "Silks" Handicap Chase (2.50pm), the feature race on day two of The Showcase at Cheltenham on Saturday, October 18, according to trainer Evan Williams.
Ayr Heavy After Overnight Rain 16/09/08
Conditions at Ayr ahead of the John Smith’s Ayr Gold Cup Festival, which gets under way on Thursday 18th September, remained heavy after 15 mm of rain fell on Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Stoute Finally Gets His St Leger Win 13/09/08
Frankie Dettori improved his Ladbrokes St Leger tally to five wins and gave Sir Michael Stoute his first win in the race, the only British Classic to have eluded the trainer thus far, when steering Conduit to a scintillating three-length win.
Lady Deauville Raring To Go in Select Stakes 09/09/08
Goodwood is gearing up for another double-headed fixture this weekend with 14 races taking place over two days, Saturday, September 13, and, Sunday, September 14.
Fantastic Four Days at Doncaster for the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival 08/09/08
Four fantastic days of thrilling sport happen during the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival at Doncaster on Wednesday, September 10, to Saturday, September 13 inclusive.
Allegretto to Up the Tempo in National Express Doncaster Cup 05/09/08
Cheveley Park Stud’s stalwart stayer Allegretto is poised to attempt a family double in the £100,000 Group Two National Express Doncaster Cup at Doncaster on Friday, September 12, day three of the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival.
Ayr Racecourse For Sale
Ayr Racecourse and Western House Hotel have been put up for sale after the present owners decided it would be in the Racecourse’s best interests in order for the business to be taken to the next level.
Gravitation the Draw in The Goffs/DBS Park Hill Stakes 04/09/08
William Jarvis has his sights set on the £100,000 Group Two Goffs/DBS Park Hill Stakes for the three-year-old filly Gravitation, who heads to the extended mile and three quarters contest at Doncaster’s Ladbrokes St Leger Festival on Thursday, September 11, following a stirring victory at Glorious Goodwood.
Smart has Duo Able and Primed for £300,000 Doncaster Test 04/09/08
Able Master and Prime Mood are set to form a two-pronged assault on the lucrative Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 Two-Year-Old Stakes for North Yorkshire trainer Bryan Smart on day two of Doncaster’s Ladbrokes St Leger Festival, Thursday, September 11.
Fahey Eyes a Champagne Victory with Master Noverre 02/09/08
Master Noverre heads to Doncaster on Saturday, September 13, the final day of the Ladbrokes St Leger Festival, with trainer Richard Fahey hoping the gelding can emulate his sire, Noverre, and claim victory in the £100,000 Group Two Keepmoat Champagne Stakes.
Paddy Power Gold Cup a Possible for Silverburn 27/08/08
Leading owner Paul Green has said that he would “very much like to have another crack at the Paddy Power Gold Cup” with Silverburn, although he has warned that the first big chase of the new jumps season at Cheltenham on Saturday, November 15, may come a bit soon for the Paul Nicholls-trained chaser.
New Grade Two Novices' Chase at Aintree in 2009 21/08/08
Aintree Racecourse is pleased to announce that it will be staging a new two-and-a-half mile novices’ chase at the 2009 John Smith’s Grand National Meeting.
17-Strong Entry for Historic Town Plate 18/07/08
The final act of the 2008 season on The July Course will see the 339th running of the Newmarket Town Plate, supported by Powters and Golding, take place after racing on Saturday, August 23.
Goodwood Specialist Dunelight Aiming for Celebration Success 14/08/08
Trainer Clive Cox is hoping that the recent spell of wet weather will come to an end so that Dunelight can land a blow in the £100,000 Group Two totesport.com Celebration Mile at Goodwood on Saturday, August 23, day one of the two-day August Bank Holiday Meeting.
Goffs Move Ireland’s Richest Race Day to Naas 13/08/08
The €3.2 million Goffs Million Races will be run next year at Naas, following the closure of the Curragh in mid 2009.
Gerald Mosse Double Seals Titles 09/08/08
Frenchman Gerald Mosse recorded a 21.5/1 double to clinch the Silver Saddle title, along with ensuring that his European team came out successful in the 2008 Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup.
Frankie Dettori Joins Great Britain Team for Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup! 05/08/08
Frankie Dettori, the Italian superstar of the British racing scene will be representing his adopted homeland in the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup.
Haydock Park is Blooming Marvellous 04/08/08
Haydock Park, the premier Flat and Jump racecourse in the UK has won a Certificate of Merit at the Belfast International Rose Trials.
Rod Fabricius Reflects on Glorious Goodwood 2008 02/08/08
Rod Fabricius, Goodwood’s Managing Director, expressed his satisfaction at the conclusion of a successful Glorious Goodwood 2008.
Haggas Gets One-Two in bluesquare.com Stewards’ Cup 02/08/08
William Haggas saddled the first two home in the bluesquare.com Stewards’ Cup, when Conquest and Dane O’Neill just held off the fast-finishing King’s Apostle by a head.
Coolmore Success Continues in Blue Square Nassau Stakes 02/08/08
Glorious Goodwood 2008 just got even better for the Coolmore team as Halfway To Heaven benefited from a superb Johnny Murtagh ride to claim the £200,000 Group One Blue Square Nassau Stakes, to give trainer Aidan O’Brien a 17th Group One success of the year.
Game, Set and Match for Charlton in totesport Mile 01/08/08
Roger Charlton was delighted with Fifteen Love’s performance in landing the feature race on day four of Glorious Goodwood, the totesport Mile Heritage Handicap. It was the trainer’s second successive victory in the race, following on from Third Set last year.
So Easy for Yeats in Goodwood Cup 31/07/08
Yeats confirmed his standing as one of the greatest stayers of all
time as he waltzed to a flawless seven-length victory in the Group Two £100,000
Royal Bank Of Scotland Goodwood Cup.
Henrythenavigator On Course in BGC Sussex Stakes 30/07/08
Aidan O’Brien saddled an amazing 16th Group 1 winner of the year when Henrythenavigator became responsible for a quarter of that tally after capturing the BGC Sussex Stakes by a head from Raven’s Pass.
Glorious Goodwood Wednesday Preview 28/08/07
Seven high-class horses have been declared for the £300,000 Group One BGC Sussex Stakes (3.30pm) over a mile at Goodwood on Wednesday, July 30, headed by dual 2,000 Guineas winner Henrythenavigator, who will bid to extend trainer Aidan O’Brien’s Group One haul to 16 so far this season.
Maximum Field for Sky Bet Dash 24/07/08
A maximum field of 20 will go to post for the competitive £50,000 SkyBet Dash Heritage Handicap (3.45pm), headed by market rivals Express Wish and Knot In The Wood.
Tajaaweed Among 11 Declarations for Sky Bet York Stakes 24/07/08
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Tajaaweed has been declared along with 10 others for the £100,000 Group Two SkyBet York Stakes (3.15pm) at York on Saturday, July 26.
Buckley Working to Produce Prefect Ground for Glorious Goodwood 22/08/07
Goodwood is renowned for producing superb underfoot conditions for each of the five days of Glorious Goodwood and Clerk of the Course Seamus Buckley has been working with his team to ensure the best possible racing surface.
Marchand D'Or Grabs July Cup Gold 11/07/08
Marchand D'Or got up in the dying strides to register a thrilling victory in the Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
Lucarno takes Wales's glory 10/07/08
Jimmy Fortune rode his rivals to sleep with a pillar-to-post victory on Lucarno (6-1) in the Princess of Wales's WBX.COM Stakes at Newmarket.
Nahoodh Takes UAE Hydra Properties Falmouth Stakes 09/07/08
Frankie Dettori produced the Mark Johnston-trained Nahoodh with a perfectly-timed challenge to gain the advantage inside the final furlong to land the feature race on day one of the Ritz Club July Festival.
Goodwood Racecourse Lifetime Achievement Award 2008 09/07/08
The 2008 Goodwood Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to The Earl Cadogan.
On-sale dates for 2009 John Smith's Grand National meeting 07/07/08
Aintree Racecourse today announced that tickets and hospitality packages for the 2009 John Smith’s Grand National meeting, which will takes place from 2nd – 4th April, will shortly go on sale.
Kingsgate Native on Target for Darley July Cup 03/07/08
Trainer John Best this morning reported dual Group One winner Kingsgate Native on target for the £400,000 Darley July Cup on Friday, July 11, the final day of the 2008 Ritz Cup July Festival at Newmarket.
Cheveley Park Stud Weighing Up UAE Hydra Properties Falmouth Options 02/07/08
Cheveley Park Stud could have as many as three runners in the UAE Hydra Properties Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket on Wednesday, July 9 - the opening day of the 2008 Ritz Club July Festival.
Connections Mull Over a Papal Bull Repeat 30/06/08
Papal Bull could bid for back-to-back success in the £100,000 Group Two Princess Of Wales’s WBX.COM Stakes (3.10pm) on Thursday, July 10, day two of Newmarket’s Ritz Club July Festival, prior to a tilt at the Group One King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot.
Seachange and Darjina Set for Newmarket Clash 24/06/08
Two of the world’s international leading ladies are set to lock horns in a top-class renewal of the Group One UAE Hydra Properties Falmouth Stakes (3.10pm) at Newmarket on Wednesday, July 9, the opening day of the Ritz Club July Festival.
World-Class King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes Entries Revealed 11/06/08
This year’s King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes has attracted 50 outstanding entries, 13 more than in 2007, and a vintage renewal is in prospect at Ascot on Saturday, July 26, with many of the world’s top middle-distance performers engaged in the £850,000 Group One event.
TurfTrax Returns to Newmarket 09/06/08
Newmarket Racecourses is delighted to announce that it is to resume its link with TurfTrax this summer.
New Approach to Vodafone Derby 07/06/08
New Approach won the 229th running of the Vodafone Derby for trainer Jim Bolger on Saturday, June 7, at Epsom Downs.
Look Here Springs Oaks Surprise 06/06/08
Trainer Ralph Beckett and jockey Seb Sanders landed their first British Classic as Look Here produced a 33-1 shock in the Juddmonte Oaks at Epsom.
Tattersalls Extends Tattersalls Timeform Millions 29/05/2008
Tattersalls, Europe's leading bloodstock auctioneers, has announced a new six-furlong £250,000 race to be added to the Tattersalls Timeform Millions races which are open to graduates of Book 1 of the 2008 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale.
Brittain Hoping Hattan Can Uphold Family Honour 17/05/08
Clive Brittain saddled Warrsan for back-to-back victories in the Juddmonte Coronation Cup (2003 & 2004) and this year he is looking to that top-class performer’s near relation Hattan to take the prestigious contest on June 6.
Aintree Winners to the Fore in Anglo-irish National Hunt Classifications 12/05/08
Runners at this year’s John Smith’s Grand National meeting fared very well in the Anglo-Irish National Hunt Classifications and the annual jump awards, which were released today, Monday, May 12.
Lingfield Derby Trial 08/05/08
Impressive Windsor maiden winner By Command is one of six colts declared for a tremendous renewal of the £60,000 Group Three totesport.com Derby Trial at Lingfield Park on Saturday, which is one of the premier trials for the Epsom Derby.
New Freedom Set to Contest Dash 08/05/08
Rookie trainer David Lanigan has entered New Freedom in the £50,000 Dash, run over the fastest five furlongs in the world at Epsom Downs on Derby Day, Saturday, June 7.
Jenkins Could Run Little White Lie in Rose Bowl 07/05/08
John Jenkins is hoping that Little White Lie will take his chance in the £50,000 Rose Bowl, run over 10 furlongs at Epsom Downs on Ladies’ Day, Friday, June 6, entries for which are revealed today.
Henry Navigates to 2000 Guineas Victory 03/05/08
Trainer Aidan O’Brien landed his fifth stanjamesuk.com 2000 Guineas when winning the 200th running of the Classic after Henrythenavigator battled to beat the 11/8 favourite New Approach by a nose.
Natagora Stays All The Way to 1000 Guineas Triumph 04/05/08
Any fears that the speedy Natagora would not stay the mile test of the stanjamesuk.com 1000 Guineas were firmly rebuffed when the statuesque grey filly made all to claim victory.
John Smith’s to Sponsor Ayr Gold Cup 02/05/08
John Smith’s is to sponsor the Ayr Gold Cup Festival, Scotland’s top horse racing event of the flat season which includes the richest sprint handicap in Europe the Ayr Gold Cup.
Ascot Group One Entries Revealed 23/04/08
This year’s Royal Ascot Meeting, which runs from Tuesday, June 17, to Saturday, June 21, boasts international representatives in all of the seven Group One events, entries for which are released today.
Iris De Balme Bags Shock Scottish National Win
Iris De Balme produced an extraordinary performance to land the Coral Scottish
Grand National at Ayr.
Bumper 30 for Jockey Club Stakes 16/04/08
impressive entry of 30 - up from 22 in 2007 - has been received for the £90,000
Group Two stanjamesuk.com Jockey Club Stakes, details of which are revealed
to be Guest of Honour at the 2008 Derby Festival 09/04/08
Epsom Downs Racecourse is delighted to announce that
six times Derby winning trainer, Vincent O’Brien will
be the Guest of Honour at the 2008 Derby Festival.
Empowered Hopes to Follow Half-Brother
Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, is hoping
that Empowered can follow in the footsteps of half-brother Authorized, who
won the best Derby trial, the totesport.com Dante Stakes, at York in May last
year before success in the premier Classic the following month.
Curlin Crowned the Best in the World 30/03/08
champion Curlin put his rivals to the sword when an emphatic winner of the
Dubai World Cup, sponsored by Emirates, on Saturday night, March 29.
Cornish Rebel Ready for Aintree
Cheshire trainer Lisa Williamson is anticipating a big effort from
the talented and quirky Cornish Rebel, her first runner in the Grand National.
Simon Aiming to Uphold Tradition 27/03/08
Fred Rimell saddled four John Smith’s Grand National winners
from Kinnersley Racing Stables and the famous establishment’s current
incumbent, John Spearing, is hoping Simon bring home the prize for the late
trainer’s widow, Mercy Rimell.
Morris Bids for Grand National Double with Baily Breeze 27/03/08
Morris is hoping to become the first trainer to pull off the John Smith’s Grand National/Irish Grand National double in the same season
since Ted Walsh achieved the rare feat in 2000, when he saddles Baily Breeze
in the £800,000 Aintree spectacular on Saturday, April 5.
Doumen Seeks Gallic Success
in The John Smith’s Grand National 26/03/08
French trainer Francois Doumen is hoping to secure a first Gallic
triumph in the £800,000 John Smith’s Grand National in over
140 years, when he saddles the brothers L’Ami and Kelami in the world’s
most famous steeplechase at Aintree on Saturday, April 5.
Prize Boost for Consolation Race as William Hill Lincoln Hopes
William Hill, sponsors
of the entire card at Doncaster on Saturday (March 22), today announced
an increase in prize money for the consolation race for the £125,000 William Hill Lincoln, the William Hill Spring Mile,
from £30,000 to £40,000.
Jefferson Hoping for Roman
Conquest in John Smith’s Topham Chase 19/03/08
A total of 87 horses, three more than in 2007, have been entered
for the £110,000 John Smith’s Topham Chase,
which takes place on the second day of the John Smith’s Grand
National Meeting at Aintree, on Friday, April 4.
Rio Riva Primed for Doncaster Test 17/03/08
year’s runner-up Rio Riva (25/1 with William Hill) is among
90 horses to stand their ground at the five-day confirmation stage for the
prestigious £125,000 William Hill Lincoln (3.45pm) at Doncaster on
Juddmonte Farms to Sponsor 2008 Oaks, Coronation Cup and Diomed
Epsom Downs Racecourse is delighted to announce that Juddmonte Farms,
owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah, will be sponsoring the Group One Oaks, Group
One Coronation Cup and Group Three Diomed Stakes for this year only.
2008 Godolphin Seven Stars Competition 01/03/08
The Godolphin Seven Stars, the greatest free-to-enter competition in the
racing world, is now open for entries.
Queen To Have First Festival Runners 28/02/08
The Weatherbys Champion Bumper on Wednesday, March 12, is likely to
see the first ever runner owned by the Queen run at The Festival, in the shape
of the Nicky Henderson-trained Gold Award, who has won both his previous starts
at Fakenham and Ascot.
Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Catalogue Out Now 27/02/08
The catalogue for the 2008 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale is out now
and is available directly from Tattersalls and from all Tattersalls overseas
Murphy Hoping Joe's Got The Edge in Coolfun Ltd Grimthorpe Chase 25/02/08
hosts the £50,000 Coolfun Ltd Grimthorpe Chase (3.30pm)
on Saturday, March 1, the highlight of the Yorkshire course’s final
jump meeting of the season.
Great Leighs Gets Green Light to Race On April 4 20/02/08
John Holmes, the owner and promoter of the new Great Leighs racecourse,
is pleased to announce that it will race on Friday, April 4, following today's
visit of the inspectorate of the British Horseracing Authority.
Vodafone to Sponsor the 2008 Derby 18/02/08
Epsom Downs Racecourse announced today that Vodafone will step in
to sponsor The 2008 Derby on Saturday, June 7, for one final year.
McNamara Sizing Up Champion Glory 08/02/08
Irish jockey Andrew McNamara first hit the headlines when steering
Newmill to a nine-length success in the Seasons Holidays Queen Mother Champion
Chase at The Festival in 2006.
Festival Novice Hurdles Well Supported 31/01/08
Entries are revealed today, Thursday, January 31, for the four Grade
One novice hurdles at The Festival – the Anglo Irish Bank Supreme Novices’ Hurdle,
the Ballymore Properties Novices’ Hurdle, the JCB Triumph Hurdle and
the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle, which is being run as a Grade
One contest for the first time in 2008.
Mann Eyes Doncaster Prize for Moon Over Miami 28/01/08
Charlie Mann is considering pitching his exciting novice Moon Over Miami
against seasoned handicappers in a bid to scoop the inaugural running of
Doncaster’s richest-ever jump race, the £100,000
William Hill Bet Handicap Chase (3.30pm) on Saturday, February 2.
Nicky Richards Hopes for Harmony inSky Bet Chase 21/01/08
Listed £75,000 SkyBet Chase on Saturday 26th January, returns
to Doncaster following the Yorkshire track’s stunning £34-million
redevelopment, and has gained a bumper entry of 48.
Jefferson Considers Haydock Park Options for Roman
North Yorkshire trainer Malcolm Jefferson is looking forward to unleashing
his stable star Roman Ark at Haydock Park on Saturday, January 19, on a
fantastic six-race card that features four prestigious Grade Two contests.
BHA Urges Government to
Increase Levy Settlement 08/01/08
Horseracing Authority chief executive Nic Coward has urged the Government
to increase racing’s funding when the imminent determination of the
47th Levy Scheme is announced.
TBA Calls For Greater Cooperation with European Breeders 08/01/08
Rausing, who this morning was elected chairman of the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association,
called for increased cooperation between the British organisation and its
counterparts in Ireland and across Europe.
Freedman Stresses Need to Support Breeders Financially 08/01/08
TBA chairman Philip Freedman used his final speech to the Association’s
AGM to emphasise the need to financially support those that produce the
horses racing in Britain.
Invasor's Connections Aim for more Dubai World Cup
Connections of last year's Dubai World Cup winner Invasor, could be aiming
for back-to-back wins on March 29, with the Cigar Mile winner Daaher.
Horserace Betting Levy Board Prizes Scheme 2008 03/01/08
Horserace Betting Levy Board has confirmed a funding allocation of £1,920,000
for the 2008 Breeders’ Prizes Scheme, which is designed to improve
the quality of the British Thoroughbred via upgrading the quality of the