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Dubawi’s multiple G1 winner cruises to victory in the G2 Dahlia Stakes at Newmarket

Outstanding Dubawi filly Wuheida, last seen winning the G1 Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf, made a faultless seasonal debut on Sun


Irishcorrespondent storms to six-length Group victory at Sha Tin

Teofilo added a new Group winner to his record, and his second Black Type winner in as many days on Sunday, 6 May, when his four-year-old son


Key Victory (Teofilo) leads home Old Persian (Dubawi) on the Rowley Mile

Three-year-old Teofilo colt Key Victory maintained his unbeaten record in Stakes-winning style on Saturday, 5 May with a determined w


Best Approach adds further Black Type to his record in Tokyo

Best Approach, a British-bred son of New Approach, added a well-deserved first Stakes win to his record on Saturday, 5 May with


Four-year-old daughter of Dubawi lands G3 Prix Allez France at Longchamp

Even by his own very high standards, Dubawi is enjoying an outstanding year to date and on Sunday, 29 April, his daughter Kitesurf bec


Son of Shamardal flies home to land the G1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup

Shamardal’s five-year-old son Pakistan Star has always been considered a hugely talented performer and on Sunday, 29 April, he rewa


Daughters of Shamardal take first and third in Listed contest at Longchamp

Shamardal recorded a new Black Type winner on Tuesday, 24 April when his three-year-old daughter Shamtee landed the nine-furlong Li


Daughter of Dawn Approach easily takes the Listed Salsabil Stakes

Mary Tudor, from the first crop of 2,000 Guineas hero Dawn Approach, gained her first career victory on Sunday, 22 A


Son of Exceed And Excel lands the G3 Greenham Stakes

James Garfield, a three-year-old son of Exceed And Excel, made a winning seasonal debut on Saturday, 21 April whe


Classic trial winners for Dubawi and New Approach lead a superb week at Newmarket’s Craven meeting

The first meeting of the year at Newmarket’s Rowley Mile course, the Craven, is perhaps one of the most exciting of the new season as many of the year’s Classic contenders make their three-year-old


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