Enable produced a perfect end to her British career by winning the Darley Yorkshire Oaks for the second time
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 August 2019
The great mare will use that 12-furlong Group 1 test a stepping stone towards her bid for a historic third Arc victory
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 August 2019
The Enable vs Crystal Ocean's epic duel in the closing stages of last Saturday’s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot will live long in the memory
Despite positive trends the Galway Festival has highlighted that on-course bookmakers continue to come under pressure
Galileo is so dominant, he or his sons sired eight of the nine runners in the Gordon Stakes at Goodwood
'In all my career that’s probably the hardest-fought Group 1 I’ve ever had' Frankie and Enable fought until the last in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes
The Juddmonte homebred and John Gosden-trained nine-time Group 1 star won her second King George at Ascot yesterday
By Irish Field Contributor on 28 July 2019
The John Gosden-trained mare got the better of Crystal Ocean in a tremendous battle that had echoes of Grundy-v-Bustino 44 years ago
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 July 2019
Is the King George a two horse race? Here is how Simon Rowlands has assessed the careers of the big two over the last two years
She is unbeaten in eight Group 1 races and receives weight from most of her rivals in her ideal conditions and will go off odds-on. Is there a danger?
Donn McClean previews racing from Ascot today
Enable will bid to become only the third horse to win the mid-summer showpiece twice
By Irish Field Contributor on 22 July 2019
Ratings for the King George will take some explaining
The data for the men’s tennis final at Wimbledon was fascinating reading - the more informed we are, the better decisions we make next time
Crystal Ocean beat Magical by half a length further at Royal Ascot, but are there any dangers to the brilliant Enable in the King George?
There were plenty of racing topics keeping the social media fans occupied this week from Enable to sectional timings
It is the athletes that attract the attention - and Enable is racing top performer
Khalid Abdullah's outstanding mare notched up her eighth Group 1 win at Sandown and still looks at the height of her powers
She has won eight Group 1s, her last 10 races, on 10 different tracks and looked as good as ever in the Eclipse on Saturday - but could a Ballydoyle cocktail upset the great mare?
The Juddmonte homebred is a daughter of Nathaniel and the dual Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe heroine is only the third of her sex to win the Coral-Eclupse
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 July 2019
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