Ben Currie horse disqualified – Racing.com

Ben Currie horse disqualified – Racing.com

Leading Queensland trainer Ben Currie (Image: Twitter – @ClanMhuirich) Ben Currie’s big week got off to a sour start when stewards disqualified his winner Pieridae at Toowoomba on Monday after the jockey weighed in light. The Currie-trained galloper led all the way to win Monday’s Class Three Handicap over 1210 metres before jockey Beau Appo […]

Kayla Crowther outed for causing own fall – Racing.com

Kayla Crowther outed for causing own fall – Racing.com

Jockey Kayla Crowther (Image: Racing Photos) Apprentice Kayla Crowther has been suspended by Racing Victoria stewards for causing her own fall at Caulfield on Saturday. Crowther walked away from the incident in Race 2 and her horse Latin Beat was unharmed. But stewards charged Crowther with careless riding for persisting for a run that wasn’t […]

Market movers: three runners attracting the money on Good Friday | Horse Racing News – Racing Post

Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos) Exchequer 16-1 (from 25-1)1.30 Lingfield  The Richard Guest-trained eight-year-old has been in consistent form recently, including when second in a Class 2 at Wolverhampton in January. On the best of his form he would have a say in this competitive apprentice handicap and he has won or been placed in 15 of his […]

Fairyhouse prepares for 'race of the people' – RTE.ie

Fairyhouse prepares for 'race of the people' – RTE.ie

The Irish Grand National first began in 1870 and since then has created many great sporting moments. It is a handicap steeplechase run over 3 miles and 5 furlongs, with the field jumping 23 fences in order to win the biggest prize in Irish national hunt racing. The first winner of the race was a […]

“Bernie Is Definitely a Problem”: Why the 2020 Race Is Sanders Versus Everybody – Vanity Fair

By Scott Olson/Getty Images. The poll numbers for his presidential candidate are stubbornly mired in the single digits. The fundraising numbers are equally underwhelming. Still, the Democratic strategist makes a detailed, optimistic case for patience, one anchored firmly in recent history. “Seventy percent of the electorate doesn’t have a favorite yet, and people are going […]

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