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Looking at the Stewards’ Cup

Flat racing has three major sprint handicaps, the Wokingham at Royal Ascot, the Stewards’ Cup at Goodwood and the Ayr Gold Cup. Unsurprisingly they often feature many of the same pool of horses but equally crucially each course tends to suit a certain type of sprinter and the Goodwood dash is one where the hold-up/come-late […]

All Hail Canadian Filly Biofuel, Now Retired

Let’s hear it for Biofuel, retired this week after her trainer learned she was injured during a recent race.Biofuel was Canada’s Horse of the Year and champion 3-year-old filly last season.  “She’ll stay at Woodbine, for another week,” said trainer Reade Baker, and then head down to Airdrie Stud. “She’ll be bred to Majesticperfection.” Biofuel […]

Sectional timing to return to racing

Punters have many additional aids to form study these days but judging the pace of races via sectional timing has been denied to them in most cases and races over the years. The regular use of sectional timing, the regular use of which was abandoned more than three years ago, will be back in action […]

Ceilidh back for more at York Ebor fixture

Ralph Beckett has had a fairly quiet season since moving his training operation from Whitsbury to Newmarket at the turn of the year but is confidently expecting to be amongst the winners in the second half of the season with Ceilidh House, a decent sort last term, who is being prepared for a crack at […]

All is Well in the World…When There is Racing at Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

If you are a California racing fan at all, you know that times have been tough. But I contend that when there is racing at Del Mar, all is well in the world. That’s just me. This Wednesday (Yesterday, as I write this), was opening day at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. “This is the fun […]

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