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First Case Of Hendra Virus Confirmed In Queensland For 2017

The first case of the Hendra virus has occurred in Queensland, Australia, since July of 2015. Once horse, which lived in the Gold Coast Hinterland, was euthanized after rapid deterioration from the disease, said HorseTalk. Queensland Chief Biosecurity Officer, Dr. Jim Thompson, said that tracing and risk assessments are underway to determine if any other […]

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Werther ‘Back To His Best’ In Hong Kong Champions & Chater Cup

Werther delivered a timely reminder of his significant abilities this afternoon, Sunday, 28 May, with a clear-cut victory in the HK$10 million Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup, Hong Kong's final Group 1 this term. “He's back to his best! That was a fair test and he's put them away quite easily in the end,” […]

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Werther Goes the Distance in Hong Kong

Werther answered the distance question with authority in the final group 1 event of Hong Kong's season, kicking away from his main rival, Blazing Speed, to win Sunday's Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup by three lengths.

Rey De Oro Takes Japanese Derby To Give Lemaire, Fujisawa Oaks-Derby Double

Second favorite Rey de Oro, partnered with Christophe Lemaire, bested his 3-year-old opponents in the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) to avenge his fifth-place finish in the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas) and to capture his first G1 and second graded victory. The son of King Kamehameha debuted in October last year and won his first […]

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Sunday’s Rainbow 6 Carryover At Gulfstream Up To $426,000

Sunday's Rainbow 6 carryover at Gulfstream Park will be $426,956. First race post for Sunday's 11-race program will be 1:15 p.m. There was no single winning ticket on Saturday's Rainbow 6. Multiple winning tickets returned $426,966.33. There was $174,249 put into the Rainbow 6 Saturday. There will be a Super Hi 5 carryover $2,967.33. The […]

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Cowboy Culture Draws Clear For Arlington Classic Victory

What appeared to be an evenly matched heat on paper turned into a romp when Head of Plains Partners' and Cheyenne Stables' Cowboy Culture drew away for a 5¾-length victory in Saturday's 82nd running of the Grade III $100,000 Arlington Classic at Arlington International Racecourse. Trained by Brad Cox, Cowboy Culture settled in midpack early […]

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Starship Jubilee Rockets Late For Nassau Victory; Catch A Glimpse Bled From Nose

Starship Jubilee rocketed from near the back of the pack in a seven-horse-horse field to win Saturday's $177,500 Grade 2 Nassau Stakes, at Woodbine. Trained by Kevin Attard, who co-owns with Soli Mehta, the four-year-old Indy Wind bay earned her first added-money score with a strong late kick under leading rider Eurico Rosa da Silva […]

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