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Horse Racing

  • Vejby Boom wins Tazza l-Kbira

    Vejby Boom wins Tazza l-Kbira

    The Tazza l-Kbira final was the main attraction during yesterday’s 20th meeting of the season at the Marsa racetrack. Swedish trotter Vejby Boom won the coveted trophy after topping the 2,640 metres race reserved for class Premier trotters. This...

  • Tazza l-Kbira final on Sunday

    The final of the Tazza l-Kbira, the most prestigious race in the local horse racing calendar, will take place this Sunday at the Marsa Racetrack. This year’s event is being sponsored for the first time by Equality, the Malta Racing Club (MRC) said...

  • Sirocco Kadesh wins final

    Sirocco Kadesh wins final

    Sirocco Kadesh, a French 10-year-old trotter under the guidance of Noel Baldacchino, won the major event on the card yesterday – the Krafft Championship final for Silver Class. This final, on a short distance of 2,140m, formed part of the 19th...

  • Qui Sait and Quefi Des Caillons win Tazza l-Kbira semi-finals

    The two Tazza l-Kbira Championship semi-finals for class Premier trotters were the main attraction in yesterday’s 17th meeting of the season. Qui Sait and Quefi Des Caillons were the winners in these two major races that were held on a long...

  • Rule The World is Aintree hero

    Rule The World is Aintree hero

    Rule The World showed its battling qualities when ploughing through the rain-softened conditions to land the Crabbie’s Grand National at Aintree, yesterday. Steadily working its way through the field, the 33-1 shot was sitting a close third as The...

  • Baldacchino makes it a treble of wins

    Baldacchino makes it a treble of wins

    The most important events in yesterday’s 16th meeting of the year were four semi-final races from the Krafft Championship for Silver Class trotters on a short distance of 2,140 metres. The programme consisted of 11 races, including one for flat...

  • First heats from Tazza l-Kbira at racetrack

    First heats from Tazza l-Kbira at racetrack

    The 14th meeting of the year, held yesterday afternoon, heralded the start of the prestigious Tazza l-Kbira championship for Premier Class trotters only, on a long distance of 2,640m. The Easter programme consisted of eight races, all for trotters...

  • First win of the season for Danish Nico Oland

    First win of the season for Danish Nico Oland

    Yesterday’s 13th meeting of the season was made up of nine races, all for trotters. The most important on the card was the Premier Class race which was held over a short distance of 1,640m. This race was won by Danish horse Nico Oland, driven by...

  • Quefi Des Caillons triumphs in first final of the season

    Quefi Des Caillons triumphs in first final of the season

    French trotter Quefi Des Caillons triumphed in the Assikura Championship final held at the Marsa racetrack yesterday. The Gold Class final was one of the most-awaited races during yesterday’s 11th meeting of the season that consisted of nine...

  • Ourasi Diams tops Premier race

    Ourasi Diams tops Premier race

    Twelve trotters qualified for the final stage of the Assikura Championship for class Bronze which was held on a short distance of 2,140m. The three semi-finals of this competition were organised yesterday at the Marsa Racetrack and formed part of...

  • Quetzal De Brix wins Premier Class race at the racetrack

    The only Premier Class race on the card and the two semi-finals from the Assikura Championship for Gold Class trotters were the main attractions at the Marsa Racetrack, yesterday. Sixteen horses took part in the Premier race. Quetzal De Brix...

  • Three in a row for Overtaker By Sib

    Three in a row for Overtaker By Sib

    Overtaker By Sib chalked up its third successive victory when topping the Premier Class race at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday. This race formed part of the seventh meeting of the season which consisted of nine races, all for trotters. Yesterday’s...

  • First win for Robinson Wic at Marsa

    First win for Robinson Wic at Marsa

    The fifth meeting of the season, made up of nine races all for trotters, was held yesterday afternoon at the Marsa Racetrack. This programme heralded the start of the first competition of the year, the Assikura Championship for Gold Class trotters...

  • Ricky Rock, Overtaker By Sib win top races

    Ricky Rock, Overtaker By Sib win top races

    Ricky Rock and Overtaker By Sib won the two main events at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday. These were races reserved for Premier Class trotters in the fourth meeting of the year. The programme comprised 10 races, all for trotters, on a long...

  • Bold Eagle sets Prix d’Amerique record

    Bold Eagle sets Prix d’Amerique record

    Bold Eagle, a five-year-old French trotter, won the 95th running of the renowned Grand Prix d’Amerique international trotting race at the Vincennes Racetrack, yesterday. Driven by young Frenchman Franck Nivard, Bold Eagle raced to an impressive...

  • Livi Cantona steals the show at Marsa

    The third meeting of the season, yesterday afternoon at the Marsa Racetrack, was made up of nine all-trotting races. The most important on the card was reserved for Premier Class and held over on a long distance of 2,640m. This race was won by...

  • Overtaker By Sib gains first win at the racetrack

    Overtaker By Sib gains first win at the racetrack

    Overtaker By Sib, an Italian eight-year-old newcomer, won the major race – for Premier Class trotters – on yesterday’s card at the racetrack. Sixteen horses took part with Overtaker By Sib, driven by one of its owners – Gozitan Marco Refalo – the...

  • Donald Duck Tooma wins top race

    Donald Duck Tooma wins top race

    The Marsa racetrack hosted the first meeting for the 2016 season, yesterday afternoon. The programme consisted of nine races, all for trotters, on a short distance of 2,140m. The most important race of the day was open for class Premier trotters...

  • Wee Catch Diamond first in Premier event at the racetrack

    Wee Catch Diamond first in Premier event at the racetrack

    The 53rd meeting of the season yesterday was the last one for the year before the Christmas recess. Despite the bad weather, a full programme of nine races, all for trotters and over a mile distance, was held regularly at the racetrack. Certainly...

  • Quiet Du Chene wins top final

    Eleven-year-old Quiet Du Chene won the major race at the Marsa racetrack yesterday. This was the Prix De Vincennes final on a long distance of 2,640 metres, open for French trotters registered in Premier Class. The final was part of the 51st...

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