Sinjaari looks worth following after winning on his seasonal debut in one of the most competitive top handicaps of the season
Brian O'Keeffe tells the amazing story of Addeybb's work rider from India to the UK and on to success in Australia
The Irish-born son of Pivotal has won two Group 1s in Australia and his Newmarket-based trainer William Haggas hopes to have the gelding back home soon
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 April 2020
The Irish-bred Pivotal gelding Addeybb is trained by William Haggas and notched up his first Group 1 success earlier this month
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 March 2020
Mkfancy, trained in France by Pia Brandt, was chased home by the Aidan O'Brien-trained Arthur's Kingdom and Mythical. Wiliam Haggas won the two Group 3s on the card
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 October 2019
The William Haggas-trained gelding is set to head to the Curragh this weekend for the Group 3 International Stakes
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 June 2019
The William Haggas's filly proved much the best in the Group 3 Pinnacle Stakes, comfortably accounting for True Self at Haydock
Donn Mcclean makes two selections for British Champions Day at Ascot
William Haggas's Young Rascal looked a horse to follow when winning at Chester earlier this season and he returned to that sort of form at Newbury last Saturday
Queen Of Bermuda progressed to take the William Hill Firth Of Clyde Stakes and will take on the Group 1 Cheveley Park Stakes today
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
Ryan Moore found the gap in the the Unibet Golden Mile on 9/2 joint-favourite Seniority to win for Queen Elizabeth
William Haggas was happy with Matchbook Betting Exchange Handicap winner Alfarris and will put him up him in grade in the future
The Darley Irish Oaks winners has been skillfully placed by her trainer William Haggas
Sea Of Class could be latest three-year-old filly to prosper in the Arc
British challenger Urban Fox upses home teamt with an impressive victory in the Juddmonte Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh.
Sea The Stars' daughter Sea Of Class could improve again for the step up to a mile and a half in the Oaks or Irish Oaks
Give And Take won the Musidora by a length and could got to the Oaks but is also entered in the Ribblesdale and Prix Saint-Alary
Owned by Investec Derby sponsor Bernard Kantor, Young Rescal could head to the Investec Derby next; Magic Wand was the sixth winner of the Cheshire Oaks for Aidan O'Brien
"I don’t think he’s a soft ground horse but he goes on it and he’s pretty good"
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