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The 2000 Guineas winner came back to his best form with a convincing win up the Rowley Mile
By Rory Delargy on 25 September 2020
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Oisin Murphy is anticipating a tough battle between Kameko and Benbatl at Newmarket tomorrow
By Irish Field Contributor on 24 September 2020
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Ghaiyyath heads the betting for the Juddmonte International at York with multiple Group 1 winner, the Aidan O'Brien-trained Magical, a contender
By Irish Field Contributor on 17 August 2020
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The Sussex Stakes winner won the "Race of the Year" in Goodwood - who can seriously challenge him for champion miler?
By Simon Rowlands on 07 August 2020
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Siskin and Kameko are the leading contenders for the Group 1 Qatar Sussex Stakes at Goodwood on Wednesday
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 July 2020
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The 2000 Guineas winner finished fourth in the Investec Derby on Saturday; Derby second Khalifa Sat, a Free Eagle colt also trained by Andrew Balding, has big-race targets
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 July 2020
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Aidan O'Brien again has multiple challengers for today's Derby and the Hampton Court Stakes winner has much going for him
By Simon Rowlands on 03 July 2020
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The Ascot winner can etch his name into Derby folklore by making Aidan O’Brien the winningmost trainer in the classic's history
By Ryan McElligott on 03 July 2020
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Trainer Andrew Balding admits while Kameko’s speed is not in doubt, his stamina will not be proven until the big day in Epsom
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 June 2020
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David Redvers reflects on a great weekend for Qatar Racing, that Derby comment and some of racing's big issues, with Anne Marie Duff
By Anne Marie Duff on 12 June 2020
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Andrew Balding's colt gave Oisín Murphy a first classic win and looks set for a Derby tilt now
By Rory Delargy on 12 June 2020
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But Wichita may well prove the best miler at the close of play this year, writes Simon Rowlands
By Simon Rowlands on 12 June 2020
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Sally and Shaun Parkyn were delighted with the Group 1 win of Kameko, broken-in by their son-in-law New Zealand international event rider Tim Rusbridge
By Margie McLoone on 12 June 2020
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Leo Powell examines the family of the 2000 Guineas winner Kameko, a tale of ups and downs
By Leo Powell on 12 June 2020
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The juvenile champion lost his unbeaten record when finishing third to Kameko and Wichita in the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 June 2020
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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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The rearranged Vertem Futurity Stakes provided a good winner in the shape of Andrew Balding's Kameko
By Simon Rowlands on 08 November 2019
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Oisin Murphy capped a great season by landing Friday night's Group 1 Vertem Futurity at Newcastle on Andrew Balding's charge
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 November 2019
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The Andrew Balding-trained two-year-old put up a very pleasing performance in the Group 1 at Newcastle
By Irish Field Contributor on 01 November 2019
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Royal Dornoch gained this important success in the Group 2 Royal Lodge Stakes having appeared to have his limitations exposed earlier in the campaign
By Rory Delargy on 04 October 2019
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