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The Charlie Appleby-trained horse, ridden by James Doyle, was much too good for his rivals in the Lincoln
By Ian Carnaby on 05 April 2019
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James Doyle had a very difficult task in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, riding a hold-up filly from stall 15, but Sea Of Class only failed by a short-neck
By Donn McClean on 12 October 2018
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Enable won the Arc, James Doyle got the criticism in defeat, but still emerged with credit by mid-week
By Anne Marie Duff on 12 October 2018
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Daragh Ó Conchúir talks to the jockey whose Irish roots seem to give him some extra luck and confidence
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 28 September 2018
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Charlie Appleby's consistent Jungle Cat held off allcomers to take the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes in Caulfield
By Stuart McCormick on 28 September 2018
The dual Group 1-winning daughter of Sea The Stars went to the head of the ante-post market for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe after this emphatic victory
By Irish Field Contributor on 23 August 2018
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Trainers advised to take care when giving feed supplements to their horses
By Mark Costello on 17 August 2018
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Poet’s Word mastered his stablemate Crystal Ocean in an epic match to prevail by a neck for Sir Michael Stoute
By Ian Carnaby on 03 August 2018
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A classic winning ride on a classic filly, and who said what - some topics of discussion from last week's racing
By Anne Marie Duff on 27 July 2018
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James Doyle showed great patience in his waiting ride on Sea The Class in the Irish Oaks
By Donn McClean on 27 July 2018
Victory for the William Haggas-trained chesnut crowned a pattern-race treble on the card for jockey James Doyle
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 July 2018
On a good day for the British raiders, Marie's Diamond won the Anglesey Stakes, Larchmont Lad took the Minstrel Stakes, and Intisaab landed the Scurry Handicap
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 July 2018
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The Roger Varian-trained grey, who was ridden to victory by James Doyle, could come to Ireland for the Group 1 Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 May 2018
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The Monksgrange crowd that braved the rain were treated to top-class action between the flags, highlighted by wins for Eden Du Houx and The Con Man
By Eoghain Ward on 04 May 2018
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Leo Powell reports on the Al Quoz Sprint, a race that provided Charlie Appleby with a disappointment and joy
By Leo Powell on 06 April 2018
Godolphin's Irish-bred son of Iffraaj won the Group 1 sprint for James Doyle and Charlie Appleby; Washington DC was fourth for Ireland
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 March 2018
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The Pivotal gelding won the Doncaster feature in the hands of James Doyle; Listed success for Perfect Pasture and for Group 1 candidate Zabeel Prince
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 March 2018
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Handler James Doyle is following a successful path already laid out from his fellow Wexfordians
By Eoghain Ward on 12 January 2018
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The filly beat the colts in style to give trainer Aidan O'Brien his 21st Group 1 winner of the year; Wild Illusion won the Prix Marcel Boussac for Godolphin
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 October 2017
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Face The Facts won the listed event after racing keenly, and Godolphin enjoyed a double at Newmarket on Thursday with Ghaiyyath and Rastrelli
By Ian Carnaby on 29 September 2017
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