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Diamond Racing March Review

The month of March saw two Diamond Racing horses at the racecourse, Dalaman and Perardua. Dalaman ran at Ffos Las and although he produced an improved effort compared to his last few runs his form is still far below the previous season, however the...
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The Diamond Racing Ownership Handicap Hurdle

Diamond Racing is delighted to be sponsoring the 4:05 at Chepstow “The Racehorse Ownership With diamondracing.co.uk” handicap hurdle. If you have ever considered racehorse ownership but have been concerned about the cost, Diamond Racing allows anyone who wants to be involved in ownership to...
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Grade 1 joy for Lee as Kylemore Lough scores

KERRY LEE scored a breakthrough Grade 1 success to cap a remarkable first season as a trainer as Kylemore Lough wore down Outlander at Fairyhouse. “It’s fantastic” said Lee. “I never had a runner in a Grade 1 until today and Kylemore Lough battled...
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Chrome strikes gold in Dubai World Cup

CALIFORNIA CHROME went one better than 12 months ago to win the world’s richest race in style. Trainer Art Sherman had boasted his popular Kentucky Derby winner was five lengths better than last year and so it proved, as California Chrome defied a wide...
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Moody exits racing with Group 1 victory

PETER MOODY ended his training career on Thursday in typically flamboyant style by capturing the Group 1 William Reid Stakes with Flamberge, his final runner before he starts a six-month ban from racing from which he plans no return. Moody was last week found guilty...
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Richard Fahey: Stable Tour

The leading trainer saddled 235 winners throughout the 2015 campaign, equaling Richard Hannon snr’s record tally of most Flat winners trained in a calendar year from 2013. The Musley Bank maestro has a huge amount to look forward to once again this term, including...
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Thistlecrack the equal of Big Buck’s

THISTLECRACK’s impressive win in the Ryanair World Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival was as good as any performance produced by a staying hurdler since the start of the Anglo-Irish classifications in 1999/2000, according to the BHA handicapper. Thistlecrack has received an official rating of...
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BHA apologises over botched investigations

THE BHA has apologised to trainer Jim Boyle and former trainer Kate Walton as part of a major report into its integrity work that calls for an urgent review into a number of its disciplinary procedures. In an unprecedented move, BHA chief executive Nick...
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Winter Walk Returns

Promising novice hurdler Winter Walk who showed useful form in point to points, bumpers and on his hurdles debut returns to full training with Tim Vaughan after a year off. Having made an encouraging start to his rules career, Winter Walk picked up an...
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