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Ball Of Muscle keeps sire’s record alive with G3 Caulfield win

Dubawi’s Australian legacy was extended by at least one more season thanks to the victory of Ball Of Muscle in the G3 Heath Stakes at


Versatile galloper scores narrowly in Memsie Stakes at Caulfield

The versatility of the multiple G1 winner Humidor and his sire Teofilo again went on


The Darley stallions dominate across Europe, with no fewer than five Group winners in one afternoon

The Darley sires enjoyed a truly sensational Sunday on 26 August, notching up an astounding five Group winners during the afternoon.


Graphite (Shamardal) just beats Salsabeel (Exceed And Excel) at Deauville

Just half an hour after Tantheem (Teofilo) landed the G3 Prix de Meautry, the Darley stallions were once again in charge at Deauville


Three-year-old filly runs out the impressive winner of the G3 Prix de Meautry

Three-year-old Teofilo filly Tantheem added a second Group victory to her record in dominant fashion on Sunday, 26 August when making


Daughter of Dubawi earns her third Graded Stakes win in front-running fashion

Quidura went to the front a few strides out of the starting gate and never looked back as she went wire-to-wire to win the G2 Woodford Reserve Ballston Spa Stakes by two leng


Exceed And Excel records his first Stakes winner of the new Australian season

Three-year-old colt Danawi showed the sustained speed that has come to be expected from the progeny of Exceed And Excel to g


Shamardal’s speedy son lands prestigious G2 contest at York

Shamardal looks to have a very exciting prospect for the end of this year, and indeed next year, in the form of Emaraaty Ana, who w


Lah Ti Dar captures second Stakes to remain unbeaten

Dubawi's Lah Ti Dar absolutely demolished the field in the Listed Galtres Stakes, winning by 10 lengths at York Racec


Three-year-old Brundtland stays unbeaten in two starts

Godolphin’s Brundtland took his record to two-for-two with an impressive victory in the Listed Grand Prix de Clairefontaine in France on 23 August.


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