Top Prize for Moët & Chandon Champion Hat on Day One of Longines Irish Champions Weekend Leopardstown Racecourse will stage a ‘Champion Hat’ competition on day one of Longines Irish Champions Weekend, on Saturday, September 10th,
GOLD CUP hero Order Of St George, officially rated Ireland's best Flat horse, is set to return to action on a star-studded weekend at the Curragh.
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Two days of unbeatable racing action, fun and elegance! Longines Irish Champions Weekend - Saturday 10th at Leopardstown & Sunday 11th September 2016 ...
Broadcaster Rachel Wyse to judge Longines Prize for Elegance at Longines Irish Champions Weekend, Leopardstown Racecourse, Saturday September 10th Monday August 15th, 2016 London based
PRIX DU JOCKEY CLUB winner Almanzor further enhanced his burgeoning reputation by confirming previous form with Zarak to land this Group 2 contest.
HIT IT A BOMB, unbeaten in three starts last year and not seen in action since landing the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf at Keeneland in October, is the star attraction at Leopardstown tonight.
TRIBAL BEAT came with a late run to shock the Aiden O'Brien pair of Cougar Mountain and Hit It A Bomb as he landed the Group 3 Desmond Stakes at Leopardstown at 9-1.
PHOENIX STAKES winner Caravaggio, currently as short as 5-2 for next year's 2000 Guineas, is among 49 entries entries for the Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket on September 24, which were released on Wednesday.
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