Cox Plate Trends

Peter Ellis Racing continues its review of thoroughbreds set to contest Victoria’s major weight-for-age feature so it can assist any visitor to the website that maybe considering a ‘futures’ wager. This week we look at the Moonee Valley Racing Club’s … Read more

Shuka Sho (G1) – Preview by JRA

Hanshin Racecourse west of Osaka hosts the Grade 1 Shuka Sho this Sunday as renovations continue at Kyoto, the filly classic’s usual venue. The Oct. 17 running will be the Shuka Sho’s 26th. The 2,000-meter turf event is the final … Read more

Murphy Wins Third Champion Jockey Title

Oisin Murphy was crowned Britain’s Champion Jockey for the third year in a row at Ascot today. The 26-year-old has racked up 153 wins since the championship started at Newmarket on May 1, two more than his closest pursuer William … Read more

Aldaary Lands Treble For Crowley and Shadwell

Aldaary capped a fantastic QIPCO British Champions Day for Jim Crowley and Shadwell when winning the Balmoral Handicap (sponsored by QIPCO), the final race of a pulsating afternoon of action. The combination was striking for the third time on the … Read more

Eshaada Causes Upset In Fillies & Mares

Eshaada was a surprise 16/1 winner of the 12-furlong G1 QIPCO British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes for jockey Jim Crowley and trainer Roger Varian. The Shadwell nomebred ran well over the course and distance when runner-up in the G2 … Read more

Godolphin Claim 14th Champion Owner Title

Godolphin was named Britain’s Champion Owner for a 14th time at Ascot today following a sensational season that has unearthed two Classic winners and a plethora of potential stars for the future. The Dubai-based operation has collected over £5 million … Read more

Trueshan and Doyle Staying Champions Once Again

It was Trueshan again in the G2 QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup, as the Hollie Doyle-ridden staying star followed up his 2020 win in the two-mile contest. In what was a thrilling opener to QIPCO British Champions Day, the … Read more

Teetan excited by Hongkong Great by Leo Schlink

Intent on regaining momentum after a mid-week mishap, Karis Teetan is confident Hongkong Great can overcome distance concerns by imposing his quality on Class 2 Tsuen Lok Handicap (1200m, dirt) rivals at Sha Tin on Sunday (10 October). Teetan is … Read more

Sprinters Stakes (G1) – Preview by JRA

There was plenty of Grade 2 and Grade 3 action during the summer months in Japan, but come this Sunday (Oct 3), the autumn Grade 1 campaign gets under way with the Sprinters Stakes, to be held at its usual … Read more