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Daddy D T Tops Cecil B. DeMille Stakes
After finishing third in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf (gr. IT) at Santa Anita Park Oct. 31, Daddy D T appears the one to beat in Sunday's $150,000 Cecil B. DeMille Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Del Mar Race Course.
Finnegans Wake Prevails in Hollywood Turf Cup
Finnegans Wake recorded the biggest win of his career when he held off longshot Patrioticandproud to take the $251,250 Hollywood Turf Cup (gr. IIT) at Del Mar Race Course on Nov. 27.
Frivolous Posts Falls City Handicap Upset
G. Watts Humphrey Jr.'s homebred Frivolous stalked the early pace before taking over in the stretch and held off 9-10 favorite Don't Tell Sophia to win the $222,600 Falls City Handicap (gr. II) at Churchill Downs Nov. 27.
An Opportunity for Hoppertunity in the Clark
J. Keeler Johnson handicaps the Clark Handicap (gr. I) at Churchill Downs.
Nathaniel Filly Tops Tattersalls Foal Session
A filly from the first crop of the stallion Nathaniel was sold for 300,000 guineas to top the second day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale as the Nov. 27 session produced gains in gross and average prices.
Salutos Amigos Rallies to Win Fall Highweight
Carrying top weight of 133 pounds, favored Salutos Amigos rallied from off the pace to take the Fall Highweight Handicap by 1 3/4 lengths over longshot Mewannarose on the Thanksgiving Day card at Aqueduct Race Track.
Discreet Marq, La Tia Square Off in Matriarch
Shippers Discreet Marq and La Tia have their eyes on the grade I prize as the likely favorites in the $300,000 Matriarch Stakes, the featured event on closing day of the Del Mar fall meet Nov. 30.
After Gallop, California Chrome Ready to Go
Trainer Art Sherman eschewed his usual grandstand viewing spot for a ground-level one on the Del Mar turf course as California Chrome went through a gallop on the grass Thanksgiving morning just before 7 a.m.
Rainha De Bateria Heads Durante at Del Mar
A field of 11 freshmen fillies have been signed up for the gr. III Durante over turf, and stakes experience is at a premium in the field, with Rainha De Bateria being the only added-money winner.
Euros Inside and Out After Japan Cup Draw
The barrier draw did nothing to hurt the chances of the already strong home team for the Nov. 30 Japan Cup in association with Longines (Jpn-I) as the European runners drew gates 2 and 18.

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Queen Elizabeth II honored with lifetime achievement award

Throughout her 62-year reign, the equestrian life has offered the Queen a sport, a passion and a means to temporarily escape her many royal duties. "With horses ... it reduces you to just the person in relation to the animal, and you're not a Queen, you're just a human being," she said.


Boston's 2024 Olympic bid relies on city's colleges

Field hockey at Harvard Stadium. Fencing and archery at MIT. Horses for the equestrian events cared for at the Tufts Hospital for Large Animals.


RACING: Woods is thrilled by snappy Croco

Chipping Norton-based jockey Kielan Woods was overjoyed after notching the biggest success of his career on runaway winner Croco Bay at Ascot. The 22-year-old's mount, trained by Ben Case at Edgcote, near Banbury, turned the Country Living Handicap Chase on Saturday into a procession to stroll home by 19 lengths and capture the first prize of A 43,330.


Hughes sights on Hong Kong

Richard Hughes, fresh from securing a third Jockeys Championship, is eagerly anticipating his trip to the Far East and a return to Hong Kong for another crack at the Longines International Jockeys' Championship at Happy Valley on Wednesday, December 10. "It's a great evening, and one I look forward to," said the 41-year-old, who, some 2,550 winners into his career, is riding as well now as he has ever done. "You are riding against some of the best jockeys in the world and that is what makes it special.


Simonsig return delayed

Simonsig has been ruled out of his intended comeback race - the Peterborough Chase - and isn't certain to make the William Hill King George VI Chase either. Simonsig has been ruled out of his intended comeback race - the Peterborough Chase - and isn't certain to make the William Hill King George VI Chase either.


RACING: Woods is thrilled by snappy Croco

Chipping Norton-based jockey Kielan Woods was overjoyed after notching the biggest success of his career on runaway winner Croco Bay at Ascot. The 22-year-old's mount, trained by Ben Case at Edgcote, near Banbury, turned the Country Living Handicap Chase on Saturday into a procession to stroll home by 19 lengths and capture the first prize of A 43,330.


Champion Bingley race horse trainer tells of her surprise at Grand...

CHAMPION race horse trainer Sue Smith of Bingley has told of her surprise at the shock retirement of Grand National-winning jockey Ryan Mania who rode her horse Auroras Encore to glory. The 25-year-old jockey from the Scottish Borders has announced his departure after say he no longer "got a kick out of winning" despite being first past the post on four mounts last week.


RACING: Johnson Houghton aims to build on record tally

With a record-breaking season just completed, Eve Johnson Houghton believes she has assembled an even stronger team for 2015. The trainer hailed the campaign as a breakthrough in a year when she sent out her best tally of 31 winners from her Blewbury stables, near Didcot, with her runners garnering an impressive A 331,127 in win and place prize-money.


Fehily answers Unioniste call

John Hales welcomed the appointment of Noel Fehily when Unioniste makes his comeback in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury on Saturday. The owner has been buoyed by the fine victory of Al Ferof in the Amlin Chase at Ascot last weekend as both horses had been suffering from ulcers which have since been treated.


The Queen and her daughter, the Princess Royal, riding near Windsor Castle

The monarch, who is usually responsible for handing out honours rather than receiving them, accepted the prestigious Federation Equestre Internationale accolade - a white gold and diamond brooch of nine interlinked horseshoes - in the Audience Room at Buckingham Palace. The Queen's love of horses is well known and she is likely to be delighted with the unique award.



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