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Exosphere pleases in barrier trial

Godolphin colt Exosphere will be given another chance at straight-track racing in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington.

The winner of the Group One Golden Rose in September, Exosphere finished fourth as the odds-on favourite in the Coolmore Stud Stakes won by Japonisme at Flemington in October. 216 more words

BARRIER TRIAL NEWS

John O'Shea // The Meat Licensing Proposal

An artist in the most operative sense of the word, by which I mean he owns and regularly wears many hats – potential law-maker, dabbler in biology, sport product development and the freshest of technology – John O’Shea creates good content. 215 more words

Poland 2-1 Ireland: Left-sided defensive weakness and absence of Hoolahan guile condemns Irish to playoff

In a pug-ugly, scrappy game, in which neither nation could seemingly manage to string two passes together, Ireland fell victim to a calamitous performance from the left-side of their defence – and only remained in touch to the end thanks to an extremely fortunate penalty decision in their favour. 577 more words

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A Night to Remember: Ireland v Germany, Aviva Stadium, Dublin, 8 October 2015

“Be Not Afraid” said the Irish banner hanging from the upper stand in the Aviva Stadium Dublin. It was not clear if this was by way of friendly guidance or stern instruction. 851 more words

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Republic of Ireland v Georgia - The Verdict

“We have to stop talking ourselves down.” Eamon Dunphy’s words immediately following the Republic of Ireland’s nervy 1-0 victory over Georgia last night make for a welcome change. 535 more words

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Class should prevail but Contributer must overcome a few hazards

Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes 2015

IT’S hard to imagine two races with the same conditions, same distance, same status and same prizemoney, on the same day, that are so different. 404 more words

Australian Racing News

Sunderland vs. Swansea 1-1

(Saturday 22nd August, 2015)

No offence to Dick Advocaat and Sunderland but Garry Monk and his men must have been relishing the opportunity to play Sunderland prior to kick off with the likes of Jefferson Montero, Bafétimbi Gomis and André Ayew in such fine attacking form for the Swans so far this season. 550 more words