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Newbury's model of consistency: Mustashry delivers eighth Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes victory for serial winner Stoute

21-05-2019 Emma Blackburn

Sir Michael Stoute extended his extraordinary record in the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes to eight victories, 33 years after he secured his first, when Mustashry saw off the challenge of superstar filly Laurens to claim a stirring renewal of Newbury’s Flat showpiece on Saturday (May 18).  Sir Michael went on...

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Salisbury on Thursday last week - 16 May

20-05-2019 Harriet Hodgkinson

  Salisbury Racecourse hosted its third raceday of the season on Thursday 16th May.    

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Newbury declarations: can Romanised upset the odds again & spring an Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes surprise

16-05-2019 Emma Blackburn

Trainer Ken Condon is hoping Romanised can upset the odds again and deliver victory in Newbury Racecourse's Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes.  This will be his first run since his  surprise win in the Irish 2,000 Guineas last year.

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Laurens could be this year’s ‘superstar miler’ as she heads to Newbury's Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes

14-05-2019 Emma Blackburn

Trainer Karl Burke believes his five-time Group 1 winning filly Laurens could become the superstar of this year's one mile division, as he readies her for the Group 1 Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes at Newbury on Saturday, May 18.

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Local success in 2018-2019 jump season

08-05-2019

Once again the 2018-2019 jump racing season was a tussle between the big two - Champion Trainer Paul Nicholls and former Champion Trainer Nicky Henderson with Dan Skelton snapping at their heels.

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Salisbury Races: Jockey David Probert stole the show riding a double at their season's first evening meeting - sponsored…

07-05-2019 Harriet Hodgkinson

The well supported newcomer Firepower justified favouritism in the opener of Salisbury's first evening card of the season (May 2) - for trainer Clive Cox and jockey Adam Kirby in the 2-year-old EBF Novice Stakes over 5 furlongs. 

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Can the O-Brien filly I CAN FLY equal RHODODENDRON's 2018 Lockinge victory

02-05-2019 Emma Blackburn

Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien has identified I Can Fly and Le Brividoas his most most likely candidates for the Group 1 Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes at Newbury on Saturday, May 18, for which 30 horses remain on course after the latest scratching stage.

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Rising star Jason Watson is Newbury Racecourse's 2019 ambassador for the Flat season & young racegoers

01-05-2019

Newbury Racecourse is working with Jason Watson - one of Britain’s leading young jockeys - as their new ambassador for the 2019 Flat season and for their Club 24.  

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Defending Badminton champion withdraws

01-05-2019 Janet Perrins

Marlborough based New Zealand event rider Jonelle Price has made the difficult decision to withdraw her 2018 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials (MMBHT) winner, Classic Moet, from this year’s event, due to start today (Wednesday, 1 May 2019).

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Big fields and keen racing mark Salisbury's first raceday of the season

29-04-2019 Harriet Hodgkinson

Salisbury Racecourse hosted its first race meeting of the 2019 season on Sunday (April 28) and welcomed a crowd of 4,000 to their Byerley Stud sponsored Season Opener Family Day, on a dry but fresh-feeling day.

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Local success in 2018-2019 jump season

Once again the 2018-2019 jump racing season was a tussle between the big two - Champion Trainer Paul Nicholls and former Champion Trainer Nicky Henderson with Dan Skelton snapping at their heels.

The Championship rankings for 2018-2019 show it was an excellent season for local trainers.  Barbury Castle’s dual-purpose trainer Alan King took eighth place in the rankings - and coincidentally his mainstay jockey Wayne Hutchinson was at eighth place in the jockeys' table.

 

Emma Lavelle who trains at Ogbourne Maizey was delighted to be in sixteenth position - partly due to the amazing successes of Paisley Park.

 

Neil King, who trains at Burderop on the other side of the downs from Alan King, came in at 32nd place.  He has a smaller yard than the other two local jump trainers, and has had a record year as regards winners (40) and prize money.

 

The Championship table is based on total prize money - winners and placed horses.  So although Nicholls won with £3,307,573 with 135 winners, Henderson’s £2,908,481 came with 141 winners.

 

And Nicholls’ former assistant trainer, Dan Skelton’s £2,301,456 came with 205 winners from an astonishing 988 runners.  Though it is the races with major prize money that count most, the 2019-2020 season that has just started may become a three trainer race.

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