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Heartache injured in France

Heartache pulled a muscle in France Clive Cox revealed Heartache returned home with a pulled muscle after suffering her first defeat in the Prix Robert Papin at Maisons-Laffitte on Sunday ...
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Fox could look to swamp Galway

Swamp Fox could line up twice at Galway Trainer Joe Murphy is considering running Swamp Fox twice in the space of four days at next week's Galway Festival. The five-year-old ...
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Nicholls on his Galway team

Alcala could miss the Galway Plate Paul Nicholls has warned the participation of improving novice chaser Alcala in next week's TheTote.com Galway Plate is far from certain. The seven-year-old set ...
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Prize fund boost for racing

The runners make their way down the back straight at Lingfield British racing's grassroots are to be given a shot in the arm of nearly £10 million in 2018 when ...
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Simcock wants rain for Desert

Desert Encounter wins the Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes David Simcock is keeping his fingers crossed testing conditions prevail at Ascot on Saturday to give Desert Encounter the best chance of ...
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Rehana eyes Naas redemption

Michael Halford, trainer of Rehana The highly-tried Rehana bids to get her season back on track in the Yeomanstown Stud Dark Angel EBF Stakes at Naas on Wednesday. The Aga ...
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Goodwood aim for Ronald R

Ronald R (yellow) will head to Goodwood Michael Bell intends to step Ronald R up to Pattern-race company for the first time in the Bonhams Thoroughbred Stakes at the Qatar ...
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Defense back in training

National Defense is back in training Beaten French 2000 Guineas favourite National Defense is back in training after a setback. Strongly fancied for the Classic at Deauville, the Prix Jean-Luc ...
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Ulysses on course for George

Ulysses is an intended runner at Ascot Ground conditions will play a key role in deciding whether Ulysses will bid to become the first horse in almost a quarter of ...
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Johnston confirms Nyaleti aim

Nyaleti finished second to September in the Chesham Mark Johnston has confirmed Nyaleti an intended runner in the Princess Margaret Juddmonte Stakes at Ascot on Saturday. A winner on her ...
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Melbourne option for Mouth

Marco Botti, Trainer Marco Botti could test the Emirates Melbourne Cup credentials of Dylan Mouth in next month's American St Leger at Arlington. The Grade Three mile-and-three-quarter contest is one ...
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Ulysses poised to stretch stamina in King George

Ulysses has recorded one win in three starts over a mile and a half, with that victory coming in a race which featured a funereal early pace Ground conditions will ...
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