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The son of Kitten's Joy is trained by Andrew Balding, was ridden by Oisin Murphy, and carried the Qatar Racing colours. Wichita was second for Aidan O'Brien, with Pinatubo third
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 June 2020
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Aidan O'Brien sends over four challengers for Saturday's classic at Newmarket, which has attracted 15 declarations
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 June 2020
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While the classics have been rearranged and racing has a window of opportunity to fill a sports void, there are still many worrying months ahead
By Anne Marie Duff on 22 May 2020
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Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at mares who became the dams of two or more classic winners at stud and focuses on 10 who achieved the feat in Ireland and/or England in the past 50 years
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 08 May 2020
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On the day we normally hold the first classic of the season, Anne Marie Duff take a look back at the 2000 Guineas victors from 10, 20 and 30 years ago
By Anne Marie Duff on 01 May 2020
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Another lockdown brain-teaser - how many of the 100 classic wins this millennium can you account for
By Ronan Groome on 21 April 2020
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Even with the Guineas and Derby being rescheduled, there should still be ample time to determine who are the best horses of the season writes Anne Marie Duff
By Anne Marie Duff on 03 April 2020
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The British Horse Racing authority has cancelled the initial entries for the 1000 and 2000 Guineas
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 March 2020
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What is in store for the 2020 flat season? It's very difficult to say but Ronan Groome runs through a few scenarios that could develop in the coming months
By Ronan Groome on 23 March 2020
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Ronan Groome looks ahead to the 2000 Guineas at the Curragh this weekend where Paddy Twomey has a live chance in the shape of Decrypt
By Ronan Groome on 20 May 2019
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A debate on a draw bias didn’t dampen the performance of the Aidan O'Brien-trained colt
By Rory Delargy on 10 May 2019
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The son of Invincible Spirit gave jockey Donnacha O'Brien a second consecutive win in the mile classic
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 May 2019
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Widest draw hopefully a blessing not a curse for classy Madhmoon, writes Rory Delargy
By Rory Delargy on 03 May 2019
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Donn McClean previews the Qipco 2000 Guineas as Ten Sovereigns takes on Madhmoon and Magna Grecia, among others
By Donn McClean on 03 May 2019
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24 colts have confirmed for the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 April 2019
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What a story it would be if 86-year-old Kevin Prendergast could win the 2000 Guineas next Saturday, 42 years after he won it with Nebbiolo
By Mark Costello on 26 April 2019
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Despite the no show of Too Darn Hot, Quarto and Persian King, the first classic is still an intriguing race
By Anne Marie Duff on 26 April 2019
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Donn McClean reflects on the 2000 Guineas trials and what we have gained from them
By Donn McClean on 19 April 2019
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Willie Mullins has a surprisingly poor record in the BoyleSports Irish Grand National but looks set to have a strong hand at Fairyhouse on Easter Monday
By Ronan Groome on 15 April 2019
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The feeling beforehand was that Saxon Warrior was competing on Saturday over a distance that would be short of his best this season
By Olivia Hamilton on 11 May 2018
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