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ROYAL ASCOT SATURDAY: Third time a Dream for Stoute ace
Rory Delargy
Dream Of Dreams made it third time lucky in the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Ascot on Saturday for Sir Michael Stoute
21 August 2020 Inside Racing
APPRECIATION: Coral's kindness was limitless
Dick Brabazon pays tribute to Coral Pritchard-Gordon, a lady with many great qualities
Poignant win for Stoute team with Dream Of Dreams
"It has been a tough week, and this is a very poignant winner for the boss and everyone at home"
BRITISH PREVIEW: Mubakker aiming for quick consolation
Mubakker tackles the Betfair Backs Racing Welfare Chipchase Stakes at Newcastle today
26 June 2020 Previews
BRITAIN: Patience pays off with Mustashry
The Hamdan Al Maktoum gelding should not be underestimated going forward
BRITAIN: Jubiloso win a highlight for red-hot Stoute
The Master of Freemason Lodge looks to be building a solid squad for Royal Ascot
THE WEEK THAT WAS: Kingman rules
A round up of some racing news and comments from the racing world this week
24 May 2019 Inside Racing
BRITAIN: Poet's Word triumphs in a thriller
Poet’s Word mastered his stablemate Crystal Ocean in an epic match to prevail by a neck for Sir Michael Stoute
GOODWOOD FRIDAY: Mirage Dancer sets up Stoute double
Franke Dettori was back in the winner's enclosure, scoring on Regal Reality after his return from suspension
VIDEO: Poet's Word makes history for Sir Michael Stoute in pulsating King George
The five-year-old beat stable companion Crystal Ocean in a driving finish, the pair nine lengths clear; Poet's Word is a record-breaking sixth King George winner for Stoute
SIMON ROWLANDS: Will Cracksman get back to his very best?
At Royal Ascot on Wednesday Poet's Word ran a personal best in a strongly run race where a coltish Cracksman disappointed; Settle For Bay can improve for David Marnane
29 June 2018 Racing News
ROYAL ASCOT WEDNESDAY: Perfect Poet's cracks record for Stoute
"Henry did most of his training when it was a four-day meeting, so I’ve had an advantage. No one respected him more as a trainer than I did"