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Equimetre may change racehorse training as we know it

BOOKIES might be in trouble, as Swarm Intelligence made some truly impressive predictions by correctly placing the top four Kentucky Derby finishers last month. The question a French startup called Arionea looks to answer is, besides just benefitting betting,...

Tapit serves at $US300,000 a pop!

TAPIT, the leading stallion in North America, will have his stud fee for 2017 held steady at an industry-leading $300,000, Gainesway Farm announced this week. Tapit is well on-track to take his third consecutive leading North American sire title with...

Hewitson, Yeni ready for Kranji

LYLE Hewitson and Muzi Yeni are excited about riding at Sunday’s Kranji meeting ahead of Tuesday’s PGI Jockeys International at the Singapore track. The South African pair walked sections of the track alongside Gareth Pepper on Sunday morning and are...

Bookie-bashing trainer cleared of crookery

A Turf Club investigation into the gamble landed by trainer Charles Byrnes at Roscommon Racecourse, Ireland, has been completed with racing's integrity body concluding that no rules were broken. Byrnes and jockey Davy Russell combined with three winners on 2 August...

Frankie reckons Enable is as good as ever

ENABLE could be back next month and she looks as good as ever – that was the bullish message from Frankie Dettori on Sunday, reports Racing Post. The dual Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner may now be six but...

The Qatar Goodwood Festival

THE  Qatar  Goodwood  Festival  has  an  identity  all  of  its  own,  but  prize  money  and  prestige  to  match  almost  any  comparable fixture in the world, with nearly £5million up for grabs on the Sussex Downs this week. No less than...

He just gives Moore, every year!

RYAN Moore has been crowned 2016 World’s Best Jockey for the second time in three years after he won eight of the top 100 highest-rated Group/Grade One races worldwide, as established by the Longines Rankings Committee. Moore's victories came in...
Barclay Tagg, saddled his first winner in 1972.

Trainer Barclay Tagg (82) wins Gr1 Belmont Stakes

TIZ the Law won an unprecedented Belmont Stakes, claiming victory Saturday at the first race of a rejiggered Triple Crown schedule in front of eerily empty grandstands. He is the first New York-bred horse to win the Belmont since...
Trainer Jason Servis.

Saudis withhold $10-million pending dope inquiry

THE Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia has announced it would award the prize money to the connections of horses placed second-10th in the Feb. 29 Saudi Cup, a $20 million race held at King Abdulaziz Racetrack in Riyadh, but...

NSW trainers get new substance warnings

TRAINERS in the state of New South Wales, Australia have been warned that two substances - mannitol and glaucine - are now able to be detected in race day samples. NSW trainers have been put on notice regarding the testing...