Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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Waldgeist wins the Arc.

Waldgeist upsets Enable in Arc

WALDGEIST (GB), a son of the mighty Galileo, swooped fast and late to deny Enable an unprecedented third win in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at ParisLongchamp. History looked set to be...
Enable, pre-Arc.

Enbable aims at historic treble at Longchamps

Most sports fans can remember a moment of high emotion, disappointment or despair when they asked themselves a few questions. Is it really worth it? Why do I bother? Could a brief, giddy high at some unknown...

Frankie Dettori about 2019, and Enable

HERE is a superb interview with Frankie Dettori, conducted by Attheraces at his Newmarket home, about his feats of 2019 and the star mare Enable, who goes for her third 'Arc' win on Sunday.
Karis Teetan.

Teetan’s five-timer at Sha-Tin

THE Mauritian Magician Karis Teetan has issued a timely reminder to owners, trainers and racing fans he is still a force to be reckoned with after a fantastic five-timer at Sha Tin on Saturday.

Grant’s monkey is off his back

GRANT van Niekerk started Sunday’s race meeting at Sha Tin with a zero in his season’s win column, but he rectified that situation with victory in the afternoon’s second trophy contest, the Class 4 Chinese Recreation Club...
Justify with trainer Bob Baffert.

US racing gets bad press

RACING is in the ‘bad news’ again in the US, courtesy of Joe Drape, the New York Times reporter with a clear anti racing agenda. Never a good word from his politically correct, liberal trap.
Tony Millard.

Millard eyes big prize

TRAINER Tony Millard says his runner Elusive State could head towards a race being trumpeted as the richest in the world after the six-year-old’s impressive return to the track at Sha Tin on Sunday.
David Hayes

Top trainer Hayes back to Hong Kong

THE Hong Jockey Club are set to announce this week that David Hayes will be returning to the island next season in what is seen as a direct replacement for the retiring John Moore, reports RICHARD CALLANDER of Racenet.
Douglas Whyte, off the mark.

Whyte starts with a bang!

Hong Kong riding legend Douglas Whyte was on the board quickly as a trainer with a winner from his second runner at Sunday’s opening meeting of the Hong Kong season. Whyte secured his trainer’s licence soon after...
Lyle Hewitson and Blake Shinn (HKJC).

Lyle’s big day in Hong Kong

AS if having Zac Purton, Joao Moreira and Karis Teetan among a raft of talented jockeys wasn’t enough, the pool of Hong Kong Jockey Club riders has deepened with the additions of Blake Shinn and Lyle Hewitson...

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Joubert family sings Hallelujah

A South African woman based in Tauranga is said to be most relieved after being dropped from a NZ$50 million fraud investigation in her home country, linked to the Adriaan van Vuuren case in South Africa. Earlier this year, South African police issued an...