Coneygree: misses the King George after sustaining a new injury – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Coneygree: misses the King George after sustaining a new injury
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JUMPS racing was dealt a significant blow on Wednesday morning with the news that Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Coneygree would definitely miss the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day, amid concern the defence of his festival ...
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Racing’s appeal rises but National out of top ten – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Racing's appeal rises but National out of top ten
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MORE people have gone racing in Britain this year than ever before, according to Deloitte Sports Business Group, with predicted attendances of 6.2 million for 2015. But despite the record turnout, the sport has lost its position as the second best ...

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Twiston-Davies vows to change riding style – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Twiston-Davies vows to change riding style
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SAM TWISTON-DAVIES is to remodel his riding style after two unfortunate incidents over the weekend when he was unseated on the flat. First he parted company with Politologue approaching the last in the 2m1f hurdle race at Cheltenham on Friday, before ...
Sam Twiston-Davies 'sorry' after mishap at SouthwellSkySports

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Coneygree connections lean towards Kempton – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Coneygree connections lean towards Kempton
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CONEYGREE connections gave the strongest indication yet are leaning towards running in the William Hill King George VI Chase after trainer Mark Bradstock said they would "definitely prefer to stay in England" with the Gold Cup winner. The eight-year ...

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Sign Of A Victory ‘could easily run’ in Ladbroke – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Sign Of A Victory 'could easily run' in Ladbroke
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Henderson: Peace And Co Champion hopes alive – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Henderson: Peace And Co Champion hopes alive
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NICKY HENDERSON insisted on Sunday that the Stan James Champion Hurdle dream was still alive for Peace And Co after identifying an early-race collision as the most probable cause for his Cheltenham flop. Last season's Triumph Hurdle winner was ...
Peace And Co set for further checks on MondaySkySports


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Twiston-Davies ‘sorry’ – Racing Post Bloodstock


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Twiston-Davies 'sorry'
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JOCKEY Sam Twiston-Davies has apologised for the defeat of odds-on favourite Hawkhurst at Southwell on Sunday after he was unseated on the run-in with the race at his mercy. Riding for Paul Nicholls and owner JP McManus, Twiston-Davies had steered ...
Sam Twiston-Davies 'sorry' after mishap at SouthwellSkySports

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A Shin Hikari provides upset Cup victory – Racing Post Bloodstock


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A Shin Hikari provides upset Cup victory
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A Shin Hikari provides upset Cup victory – Racing Post Bloodstock


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A Shin Hikari provides upset Cup victory
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A SHIN HIKARI was a surprise winner of the Cup for Japan as Yutaka Take quickly negated a wide draw and then galloped his rivals into submission. Ryan Moore's fine afternoon continued as he finished second on another Japanese raider, Nuovo Record, ...
Free Eagle disappoints behind Japanese 1-2 in Hong Kong CupSkySports


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