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The star apprentice recorded his first top-level success on the Roger Teal-trained son of Mayson, chased home by the Denis Hogan-trained Sceptical and Group 1-winning three-year-old Golden Horde
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 July 2020
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Master Of The Seas, a Charlie Appleby-trained son of Dubawi, is now unbeaten in two starts
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 July 2020
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The William Haggas-trained Al Aasy came with a strong run from the rear to win the Bahrain Trophy comfortable under Jim Crowley
By Rory Delargy on 10 July 2020
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There were also big-race wins for Dame Malliot, Tactical and Al Suhail at Newmarket on Thursday
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 July 2020
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Henry Candy's popular horse got his season off to the best possible start at Newmarket last Saturday
By Rory Delargy on 03 July 2020
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The Henry Candy-trained former Group 1 star is now eight years old but retains all of his enthusiasm and a great deal of talent
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 June 2020
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The daughter of Galileo, a sole runner in the race for Aidan O'Brien, won the mile classic by four and a quarter lengths in the hands of Ryan Moore
By Irish Field Contributor on 07 June 2020
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The first-crop daughter of Amaron was an impressive winner of the 10-furlong listed test but will not be going for the Oaks
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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Terebellum, a daughter of Sea The Stars, won the Group 2 Betfair Dahlia Fillies' Stakes at Newmarket
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 June 2020
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The speedy son of Farhh dropped down to five furlongs for the first time in his career and won the Group 3 test in promising style for James Tate and PJ McDonald
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 June 2020
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Royal Ascot may be next on the cards for the first-crop son of Make Believe after his impressive listed-race success
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 June 2020
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Rory Delargy picks out the best action as racing returned in Britain this week
By Rory Delargy on 05 June 2020
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Just as well there were no racegoers on the opening day of the season on the Rowley Mile
By Irish Field Contributor on 04 June 2020
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James Tate believes a return to action at Newmarket would keep the racing world 'ticking over'
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 March 2020
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Proven classic sire New Approach had an eye-catching winner at Newmarket on Saturday where Lope De Vega and Holy Roman Emperor also added to their blacktype haul
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 18 October 2019
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The Willie Mullins-trained gelding was returned at odds of 25/1 and beat the Tony Mullins-trained 50/1 shot Party Playboy by half a length
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 October 2019
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Godolphin's homebred son of Shamardal hard to work a bit harder on the soft ground at Newmarket but remains unbeaten. The Ballydoyle colts Arizona and Wichita chased him home
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 October 2019
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The son of New Approach looks like a leading contender for next year's Investec Derby
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 October 2019
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The son of Lope De Vega has been an impressive winner in two of his three starts and earned a 33/1 quote for the Investec Derby
By Irish Field Contributor on 12 October 2019
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