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Leo Powell watches as Old Persian capped a memorable night for his owner, trainer and jockey team
By Leo Powell on 05 April 2019
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Leo Powell reports on a night to remember for Charlie Appleby and Godolphin
By Leo Powell on 06 April 2018
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Godolphin's son of Kitten's Joy is a prior Coral-Eclipse winner. He is trained by Charlie Appleby and was ridden to victory by William Buick
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 March 2018
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Gosden horse ran only fractionally faster than Vazaribad in the two-mile Dubai Gold Cup earlier on the card
By Simon Rowlands on 07 April 2017
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2015 Irish Derby winner was back to his best to land the Dubai Sheema Classic, reports Leo Powell
By Leo Powell on 31 March 2017
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A five-length winner of the Group 1 Irish Derby in 2015, Jack Hobbs added an easy win in Saturday's Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan; Seventh Heaven was second for Aidan O'Brien
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 March 2017
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The meteoric rise of Roger Varian on the global racing stage was propelled further by the success of Postponed at Meydan, writes Leo Powell
By Leo Powell on 01 April 2016
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The Aga Khan's filly announced her arrival on the big stage with her first Group 1 win in the Sheema Classic
By Leo Powell on 03 April 2015
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Anything other than victory for the American Horse of the Year in Saturday's $10 million race will hurt the event's international standing, writes Mark Costello
By Mark Costello on 27 March 2015
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Gentildonna (40-pace adjusted 43) seems to be a stuffy horse as she’s only won once from six times off breaks of two months or more but is unbeaten in eight tries off quicker returns.
By Nick Mordin on 07 August 2014
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