Archive for December, 2011
The final move has been made in what has been the most complex anti-corruption investigation ever undertaken by the British Horse Racing Authority.
The final players to be felled are the father and son duo of Peter and Nick Gold, the first copping five years and the second getting seven.
Owner Paul Duffy is thrilled to have fierce competition for his talented jumper Diamond Harry in the 2011 William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton Racecourse on Boxing Day.
Richard Hannon once again stands at the top of the pile when it comes to British horse racing trainers. The racing immortal trained his 217th winner and in doing so set a new standard for winners in a calendar year. Guava was the horse that had the honour in the meeting at Wolverhampton. Hannon was [...]
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Frankie Dettori is the International Jockeys Champion for a record third time after his win in Hong Kong last night. He was made to work for the prize but got there in the end in his first visit to the competition since way back in 2003. Kiwi sensation James McDonald was his main danger, the [...]
Local stayer Jukebox Jury may be back in England in time for next year’s Ascot Gold Cup in June. The five-year-old colt fractured his leg during a run in the Group 1 Melbourne Cup in Australia last month. Jukebox Jury has improved greatly since sustaining the serious injury and is expected to leave Australia at [...]