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Sir Max clinches Mercury gold

British raider Sir Maximilian lunged late to deliver for favourite backers in the Listed Mercury Stakes at Dundalk.

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Imposter withdraws cash from riders´ bank accounts

BRITAIN’S jockeys are being targeted in a fraud that has resulted in £20,000 being taken from the bank accounts of Joe Fanning, Paul Hanagan, Rab Havlin and Andrew Tinkler in the past week and a half.

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Derby hero Ruler Of The World retired

RULER OF THE WORLD, the 2013 Derby winner, has been retired and will stand at Coolmore Stud next season.

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Full marks for Bangor schooling

Bangor may consider organising more schooling racedays after the initial response from their first sessions on Friday was a positive one.

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Soft ground expected for Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster

DONCASTER clerk of the course Roderick Duncan does not anticipate changing the going from the official description of soft for Saturday’s Racing Post Trophy card, with no rain forecast.

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Soft ground expected for Racing Post Trophy

DONCASTER clerk of the course Roderick Duncan does not anticipate changing the going from the official description of soft for Saturday’s Racing Post Trophy card, with no rain forecast.

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France: Buick called up for Pale ride in Prix Royal-Oak

WILLIAM BUICK will be aboard the Dermot Weld-trained Pale Mimosa as part of a strong Anglo-Irish challenge for Sunday’s Group 1 Prix Royal-Oak at Longchamp.

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Milky Way out of this earth

A review of the action from Newbury on Friday, where Gary Moore unleashed a well-bred colt to land a minor gamble.

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Hurricane in hat for Morgiana

Hurricane Fly could aim for a third successive victory in the StanJames.com Morgiana Hurdle as he features amongst 12 entries for the Punchestown Grade One on November 16.

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‘Acid test’ for Orgilgo Bay

John McConnell is optimistic the mile-and-seven trip will eke a bit more improvement from out of Orgilgo Bay in the ultra-competitive November Handicap at Leopardstown on Sunday.

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