Races in the next 7 days
|Wed Jul 15 2020||Catterick Bridge||Afternoon - Flat|
|Wed Jul 15 2020||Yarmouth||Afternoon - Flat|
|Wed Jul 15 2020||Kempton Park||Evening - Flat|
|Thu Jul 16 2020||Hamilton Park||Afternoon - Flat|
|Thu Jul 16 2020||Uttoxeter||Afternoon - Jump|
|Thu Jul 16 2020||Sandown Park||Evening - Flat|
|Fri Jul 17 2020||Leicester||Evening - Flat|
|Fri Jul 17 2020||Haydock Park||Evening - Flat|
|Fri Jul 17 2020||Chepstow||Afternoon - Flat|
|Fri Jul 17 2020||Beverley||Afternoon - Flat|
|Sat Jul 18 2020||Haydock Park||Evening - Flat|
|Sat Jul 18 2020||Bath||Evening - Flat|
|Sat Jul 18 2020||York||Afternoon - Flat|
|Sat Jul 18 2020||Newbury||Afternoon - Flat|
|Sun Jul 19 2020||Newbury||Afternoon - Flat|
|Sun Jul 19 2020||Southwell||Afternoon - Jump|
|Sun Jul 19 2020||York||Afternoon - Flat|
|Mon Jul 20 2020||Windsor||Evening - Flat|
|Mon Jul 20 2020||Market Rasen||Afternoon - Jump|
|Mon Jul 20 2020||Ayr||Afternoon - Flat|
|Tue Jul 21 2020||Chepstow||Afternoon - Flat|
|Tue Jul 21 2020||Stratford-on-Avon||Afternoon - Jump|
|Tue Jul 21 2020||Perth||Evening - Jump|
|Tue Jul 21 2020||Sandown Park||Evening - Flat|
|Wed Jul 22 2020||Bath||Afternoon - Flat|
|Wed Jul 22 2020||Yarmouth||Afternoon - Flat|
|Wed Jul 22 2020||Catterick Bridge||Evening - Flat|
23 year old British jockey Jason Pritchard-Webb suffered a fall at Auteuil on June 23rd. He is in a Paris hospital, currently paralysed from the waist down.
He may walk again but will never ride. Recovery is expected to be 'long'.
Jason now aspires to be a bloodstock agent and has already started research
In a sport dominated by rich chestnuts and deep bays, grey horses inevitably draw the eye. Charging down the turf like otherworldly spectres, these phantasmal mounts are easy to spot even in the hustle and bustle of the busiest race.
The St. Leger Stakes will run September 9th to 12th at Doncaster Racecourse and will be one of the biggest festivals to take place after horse racing restarted in June.
Unfortunately, this year’s event will not see the average 58,000 attendees turn out as all of the races will be held behind closed doors.
British Champions Day has become one of the premier horse racing events on the annual calendar in a very short time.
Established in 2011, British Champions Day is now one of the most important festivals of the entire racing season.
To an outsider looking in, horse racing can seem like an impenetrable beast, with some of the technical lingo spat at the sort of speeds a rapper or cattle auctioneer would be proud of.
If there were ever another racing fixture that comes close to the supremacy of the Cheltenham Festival; and the joy it brings to so many racing fans, it would have to be none other than the Punchestown Festival. Tuesday 28th April would have marked the start of this year’s festival which has sadly been cancelled, as well as many other racing fixtures we were all so eagerly looking forward to but, let us reflect on what makes it such a fantastic Racing Break and look forward to its return in 2021...
With what is proving to be quite a testing and tricky time for us all, we want to shake away the doom and gloom with some exciting racing trips and packages to look forward to come 2021 when things return back to normal…
Let’s start from the beginning
The standard to which all Cheltenham jockeys are compared to is the record seven race wins that Ruby Walsh set in 2009 and then miraculously repeated in 2016. However, with the man that many acknowledge as the greatest jockey ever hanging up his saddle, the battle is on to become the next dominant force at Cheltenham.
The 2020 Grand National Festival at Aintree is less than one calendar month away, and preparations are really beginning to shape up for the elite runners and riders who are hoping to compete in that iconic and prestigious steeplechase.
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The flagship day of the St Leger Festival, St Leger Day attracted 27,688 racegoers to Doncaster Racecourse in 2019 to witness the St Leger Stakes, the world's oldest classic horse race.
Cartier Racing Awards Media Release
Tattersalls and Goffs have worked together to produce a revised sales schedule for the delayed 2020 NH Store sales in Ireland and Britain.
Crucially, the new schedule will allow vendors sufficient time to quarantine between the Goffs UK’s Summer Sale and the Irish Store sales a Tattersalls Ireland and Goffs in compliance with Irish Government quarantine requirements.
Goffs and Tattersalls have worked together to produce a revised sales schedule for the delayed 2020 NH Store sales in Ireland and Britain.
Crucially, the new schedule will allow vendors sufficient time to quarantine between the Goffs UK’s Summer Sale and the Irish Store sales at Goffs and Tattersalls Ireland in compliance with Irish Government quarantine requirements.
The Goffs UK Summer Sale at Doncaster will be held on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 July and thus far 18 supplementary entries have been accepted for the sale.
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Bullof Wall Street wins the Swedish Derby