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SPECTATOR: A record in sight - If Highcl

SPECTATOR: A record in sight – If Highclere-owned TELESCOPE pulls it off today in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes it will make sir Michael Stoute the most successful trainer in the history of Ascot’s richest middle-distance contest. 6 more words

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SPECTATOR: Three times a lady - It's 41

SPECTATOR: Three times a lady – It’s 41 years since a filly won the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Now John Gosden-trained TAGHROODA ranks alongside DAHLIA (1973) and PAWNESE (1976), previous fillies who made this prestigious contest their own. 6 more words

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SPECTATOR: The lady's not for turning -

SPECTATOR: The lady’s not for turning – Last year’s Galway Hurdle winner, MISSUNITED, trained by Michael Winters, has also produced some good form on the Flat, particularly her impressive third in the Gold Cup at Ascot just over a week ago. 6 more words

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The King George And Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (Group 1)

Ground is a the major factor here.

Ascot got a dumping on the eve of this, the centrepiece of the British flat racing season. A race that some had thought had lost its lustre has been restored over the last few year’s. 611 more words

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SPECTATOR: Disappointing, Mr President -

SPECTATOR: Disappointing, Mr President – Contrary to the pre-race build-up the Aidan O’Brien-trained JOHN F KENNEDY could only manage a second in his d├ębut race, the Frank Conroy EBF Maiden at Leopardstown yesterday. 6 more words

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New Chief Medical Officer for BHA - The

New Chief Medical Officer for BHA – The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has announced that Dr Jerry Hill has been appointed to the role of Chief Medical Adviser (CMA) for BHA. 6 more words

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New Guide to Racehorse Ownership - The R

New Guide to Racehorse Ownership – The Racehorse Owners Association (ROA) has launched A Guide to Racehorse Ownership.
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