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    Sole Power edging through with an extraordinary win Irish flyer Sole Power won the highlight of the third day of the York Festival, the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes, this afternoon. Sole Power, ridden by Richard Hughes, just got a gap with half a furlong to go and burst through it to……

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    • Date: 22 Aug 2014

    Australia triumphs at York in super...

    Easy: Australia null Double-Derby winner Australia was a brilliant victor of the Juddmonte International at York this afternoon. Produced superbly by Joseph O'Brien at the furlong pole, Australia sprinted away from the French Derby hero The Grey Gatsby with Telescope third and the Eclipse Stakes winner, Mukhadram, in fourth. It was……

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    • Date: 20 Aug 2014

    Fergal Lynch returns to UK racing

    Fergal Lynch happy to be back in the UK Fergal Lynch is viewing the rest of his career as a “new era” after being allowed back to ride in the United Kingdom. The British Horseracing Authority last week lifted the restrictions placed on Lynch, who admitted stopping Bond City from……

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    • Date: 11 Aug 2014

    Lynch free to ride in Britain

    Jockey Fergal Lynch Fergal Lynch is allowed to ride in Britain for an initial one-year period, confirmed the British Horseracing Authority.   Lynch, 36, admitted to stopping a horse, Bond City, from winning at Ripon in August 2004, supplying inside information about six of his rides, and associating with the……

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    • Date: 6 Aug 2014

    No Mission decided yet for Noble

    Noble Mission (left) Next month’s Qipco Irish Champion Stakes has not yet been confirmed as the next staging post for Noble Mission. Connections of the rejuvenated five-year-old had mentioned the Leopardstown Group One on September 13 as a possible objective after he finished a close second in the Grosser Dallmayr-Preis……

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    • Date: 6 Aug 2014