Archive for August, 2011
The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has announced plans to cap fixtures from 2012 to just 1,400 per year.
The racing career of English Derby champion Pour Moi is over with injury forcing a premature end for a horse at the peak of his powers.
Pour Moi entrenched himself a genuine top flight champion with an English derby win of the likes rarely seen.
Horse Racing down under becomes into focus with many Group 1 Races being held of the Spring including the famous Melbourne Cup Spring Carnival.
Strong Suit has plenty of expectations to fulfil when he has his next run, that sense of anticipation only strengthened by his scratching from the Celebration Mile.
Strong Suit was one of the favourites for the race but connections decided to pull the pin due to unsuited track conditions.
Sedgefield Racecourse has modified part of its jumps course following a review into the safety of the track. The review was order after six horses died at the course in just six weeks due to jumps-related injuries. Course clerk, Major Charlie Moore, feels that the changes that were made will lead to fewer fatalities. “We’ve [...]
Trainer Marco Botti is looking to take on the unbeaten Frankel with his horse Excelebration in both the Prix du Moulin at Longchamp in September and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot in October.