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King reigns in Sussex duel
John Gosden's grip on the top level of British Flat racing tightened even further as Kingman again showed stunning acceleration to prise Goodwood's Qipco Sussex Stakes away from Toronado. Clarehaven Stables has unleashed a legitimate champion colt and filly in less than a week, as Kingman's victory over older horses followed just four days after Taghrooda managed the same in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Richard Hannon trails more

Reel has Vintage rivals in a spin
Aidan O'Brien's Highland Reel ran out an impressive winner of the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. Sent off the 10-11 favourite after winning by 12 lengths at Gowran Park on his latest outing over a mile, he was dropping a furlong in trip. Mark Johnston's Pallister attempted to make all, but Joseph O'Brien's mount appeared a huge threat with two furlongs to run and the son of Galileo quickened impressively clear. Richard more
Sky flashes home in Gordon
Snow Sky prevailed in a tight finish to the Neptune Investment Gordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. His performance can surely be marked up as Sir Michael Stoute's colt, an impressive winner of the Lingfield Derby Trial earlier in the season, played up badly in the paddock before the race and worked himself up into a real lather. The Eclipse third Somewhat attempted to make all under Joe Fanning and two furlongs out he briefly looked like he may more
Tough Teak outstays Goodwood rivals
Teak and Silvestre De Sousa caused a 33-1 upset in the Goodwood Stakes on the second day of the Glorious meeting. Stopped Out attempted to make all the running in this unusual event, which winds the entire way around the undulating course and over two miles and five furlongs, but he weakened with more
Road takes Plate riches
Road To Riches took the path to glory under talented 7lb claimer Shane Shortall in an eventful renewal of Galway Plate at the Ballybrit track. There were several casualties in the valuable handicap chase, but Shortall had his mount in the best place, up with the lead throughout the more
Estimate ready for Goodwood test
The Queen's Estimate returns to action in the Artemis Go odwood Cup on Thursday, despite being the most high-profile horse caught up in the recent morphine case. Trained by Sir Michael Stoute, the mare won the Ascot Gold Cup in 2013 and was only narrowly denied by Leading Light in her bid for more
Rich pickings for Ivawood
Richard Hannon's Ivawood, one of the favourite's for next year's Qipco 2000 Guineas, puts his reputation on the line in Thursday's Qatar Bloodstock Richmond Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. The giant two-year-old has created a huge impression in his two races to date and comparisons have already been more
Australia preparing to return
Aidan O'Brien's dual Derby winner Australia is back in full work ahead of his end-of-season targets. The Galileo colt has been given a break since winning the Irish Derby at the Curragh, supplementing his Epsom triumph and a fine third in the 2000 Guineas. He is now due to drop back to 10 more
Edison out to light up Galway
Ante-post favourite Thomas Edison heads owner JP McManus' assault on the Guinness Galway Hurdle at the Ballybrit track on Thursday. The powerful owner could have his colours carried by four horses in the valuable handicap, though the Charlie Longsdon-trained Vulcanite cannot be regarded as a more
Peculiar claims Galway honours
Most Peculiar held off the late challenge of Draco to claim the 100,000 Euros Tote Pick6 Guarantee Maiden Hurdle on day three of the Galway Festival. Trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by Paul Townend, the 11-2 shot was at the head of the field turning for home and he jumped the last with a more
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