Horse Racing News

We’ve got the latest horse racing news from around the world here at geegeez.co.uk. Not just the main stories covered everywhere else, but some of the more interesting – and esoteric – stories from UK and around the world. The latest racing news stories are below.

The Breeders’ Cup – Europe Dominant in ‘The Turf’

The Breeders’ Cup – Europe Dominant in ‘The Turf’

If there’s one race that the Europeans would expect to win at Santa Anita this weekend, it’s the Breeders’ Cup Turf. Their record since winning the first in 1984, is one of dominance over their American hosts. Lashkari was an unfancied French trained winner on that occasion. The son of 1971 European Horse of the […]

The Breeders’ Cup – Ride To Glory

Click the link below to be a part of the Breeders’ Cup 2014 Special Edition and start your Breeders Cup preparations today. The Breeders’ Cup continually attracts the best equine talent from North America and Europe. Some of the very best horses in training have appeared in the season ending spectacular. It only follows that top […]

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The Breeders’ Cup – The British and Irish Challenge

Click the link below to be a part of the Breeders’ Cup 2014 Special Edition and start your Breeders Cup preparations today. With the Breeders’ Cup just a few days away, the British and Irish challenge is set to be as strong as ever. In 2013 four victories were recorded in the headline races of Friday and […]

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Gary Stevens’ Emotional Return

Gary Stevens will ride in the Breeders’ Cup on Friday, just three months after having right knee replacement surgery. The 51-year-old hasn’t ridden in a race since the operation on July 25. Stevens rides Sivoliere in the Juvenile Fillies Turf. It’s an incredible return for the jockey who won last year’s Breeders’ Cup Classic on […]

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Team Skelton Taste Success

When Shelford battled to victory in the Silver Trophy Handicap Hurdle at Chepstow on Saturday, it was yet another terrific win for the Skelton brothers. Trainer Dan and jockey Harry have started their second season in style. Already closing in on last season’s winners total of 27, Dan Skelton is fast becoming a trainer to follow. […]

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California Chrome – ‘Super Sharp’ for Breeders’ Cup Classic

He came so close to becoming the first horse in 36 years to complete the Triple Crown, and now California Chrome is back on track, impressing onlookers as he prepares for Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup Classic. It is seen as a career defining race, with a poor performance likely to be his last. Co-owner Perry Martin […]

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Syndicates and Racing Clubs – ‘Booming’ Lovely

If you’re yet to become part of a racing club or syndicate, then ‘what are you waiting for?’ Times are changing at a rare old pace, and having a greater involvement in horse racing is now a realistic opportunity. Not everyone has the disposable income of a Rich Ricci or a Graham Wylie, and few […]

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The Injured Jockeys Fund – 50 years of Support

The Injured Jockeys Fund was founded in 1964 as a result of terrible spinal injuries incurred by two jockeys, Tim Brookshaw and Paddy Farrell. The latter fell in the Grand National of ’64 and spent the rest of his life in a wheelchair, whilst Brookshaw proved medical experts wrong by returning to the saddle and […]

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