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Son of Teofilo shows no sign of rust in winning his first start in over a year

Massaat made his first start in over a year a winning one when he charged to a one-and-three-quarter length victory in the G2 Betfred Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.

Son of Admire Moon lands the Baden-Baden Cup

Fumino Moon, a five-year-old son of Admire Moon, won his second Stakes race on Sunday 16 July when landing the Listed


Best Fouad sweeps home to land the Grand Prix de Compiegne

King’s Best’s seasoned campaigner Best Fouad added a fifth Black type win to his record on 24 June, landing the Grand Prix de Comp


This week marks the 40th anniversary of Sheikh Mohammed's very first winner, Hatta. Since then, his passion for horseracing has touched all corners of the industry and the sport he loves so much.

While the opening day of Royal Ascot will be the centre of attention on 20 June, it is by no means the only racing fixture of the day as Tuesday also sees racing take place at Brighton, where exact


Daughter of Discreet Cat returns off layoff to notch her second Stakes victory

Discreet Senorita split rivals in the stretch and drew clear in the final yards to win the Foxy J G Stakes at Parx Racing April 29.


Son of Discreet Cat pulls away in the stretch to win under a hand-ride

Lord Simba made his Stakes debut a winning one when he cruised to a two-and-a-quarter-length victory in the G3 Los Angeles Stakes at Santa Anita.


Seiun Kosei sweeps to victory in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen

Admire Moon added a first G1 winner to his record in tremendous style on 26 March when his son Seiun Kosei landed the six-furlong


Pyro continues his fantastic start to the year with a trio of weekend winners

Pyro has made a terrific start to 2017 with his runners, siring 18 winners by 1 February.


Darley has announced the fees for the six stallions that will stand at their stud in Japan for the 2017 breeding season.

World Champion three-year-old and proven G1 sire 


Daughter of Discreet Cat goes wire-to-wire to earn first Stakes win

Do The Dance took the lead right out of the starting gate and never looked back as she raced to a three-quarter length victory in the Kathryn Crosby Stakes on the opening day of De


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