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Horse Racing

  • Calleja makes it a Premier double

    French trotters Normand d’Oger and Nino de Saintho won yesterday’s major events, two races open for Premier Class trotters on a long distance of 2,640m. Both horses were driven by young driver Cliferty Calleja. The races formed part of the fourth...

  • Daring Daylight wins first final of 2013 season at Marsa

    Daring Daylight wins first final of 2013 season at Marsa

    Finnish nine-year-old trotter Daring Daylight won yesterday’s main event at the Marsa Racetrack, the Assikura B Championship final reserved for trotters which were not bred in France or Sweden. This final, on a short distance of 2,140m, formed...

  • Belafonte wins top race

    Belafonte was the winner of yesterday’s major event at the Marsa racetrack as the Swedish trotter, driven by Clifferty Calleja, took top spot in the Premier class race yesterday. The 2,140m race formed part of the second meeting of the season...

  • Fire blasts to victory in 2013 season opener

    Fire blasts to victory in 2013 season opener

    The 2013 horse racing season got under way at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday with a card consisting of eight all-trotting scratch events on the 2,140m distance. There was only one Premier Class race in programme and this was the highlight of the...

  • Royal Dream wins Prix d’Amerique

    Driven by Jean Philippe Dubois, French eight-year-old Royal Dream yesterday won the 92nd running of the international trotting race Gran Prix d’Amerique at the Vincennes Racetrack in Paris. Eighteen horses lined up for the prestigious trotting...

  • Kakisis powers to final glory

    Kakisis powers to final glory

    Driven by its owner Johann Axisa, French trotter Kakisis yesterday won the major event at the Marsa Racetrack – the VOB Grand Final for Premier Class on a long distance of 2,640m. The final, part of the 60th and last meeting for 2012, was...

  • Cheeky Jack wins Coronation Cup

    Cheeky Jack wins Coronation Cup

    The Coronation Cup final topped the card in yesterday’s 59th meeting of the season at the Marsa Racetrack. The flat race final, held on the short distance of 1,250, was one of ten races held yesterday and saw the victory of Cheeky Jack, mounted by...

  • Nabab du Chatelet has final say

    Nabab du Chatelet has final say

    As expected, the most important events in yesterday’s programme were five finals for French trotters, on a long distance of 2,640m. These finals were organised by the Malta Racing Club with the financial support of the French Association SECF. The...

  • Net de Ginai secures first Premier win

    Net de Ginai secures first Premier win

    Net de Ginai and Nevaio des Bordes won yesterday’s main races, both reserved for class Premier trotters on a short distance of 2140m. In the first class Premier race, French Net de Ginai (Rodney Gatt) increased its pace with 500m to go and secured...

  • Top jockey Dettori banned six months

    Legendary jockey Frankie Dettori was suspended from riding worldwide for six months by French racing’s governing body France Galop yesterday for failing a doping test. The 41-year-old Italian – probably racing’s most high profile personality –...

  • Nabab du Chatelet tops Premier race

    Nabab du Chatelet tops Premier race

    The Marsa racetrack yesterday hosted the 55th meeting of the season which was made up of nine races, all for trotters. Eight of these races were semi-finals from various SECF Championships for French trotters while the other was reserved for...

  • Cup heats take precedence

    Cup heats take precedence

    As expected, the three heats from the President’s Cup championship for Premier Class trotters, all held over a long distance of 2,640m, were the main attraction at yesterday’s 54th meeting of the season at Marsa. Nine horses qualified for the Cup...

  • Semi-final wins for Nino de Saintho and Nuage de Bourgogne at Marsa

    Semi-final wins for Nino de Saintho and Nuage de Bourgogne at Marsa

    Nino de Saintho and Nuage de Bourgogne secured victories in yesterday’s Prix de Vincennes semi-finals, a competition open for French trotters from the Premier Class. These heats, on the long distance of 2,640m, formed part of the 52nd meeting of...

  • Frankel gallops away with award

    Unbeaten Frankel has romped home with the Cartier Racehorse of the Year award for the second successive time. The four-year-old, owned and bred by Khalid Abdulla and trained by Henry Cecil, was retired unbeaten last month after winning 14...

  • Versace Boko powers untroubled to victory

    Versace Boko powers untroubled to victory

    As expected, the Premier Class race was the main attraction on yesterday’s card for the 50th meeting at Marsa. This race was won by Versace Boko under the guidance of Warren Spiteri. Versace Boko set the early pace, opening a length’s lead from...

  • Green Moon rises at Melbourne Cup

    Green Moon rises at Melbourne Cup

    Green Moon produced a powerful finish to win the Melbourne Cup yesterday. Ridden by Australian Brett Prebble, Green Moon (19-1) finished one length clear of Fiorente (30-1). Third-placed Jakkalberry (80-1) flew the flag for the eight foreign...

  • Dunaden faces tough task in Melbourne Cup

    French stayer Dunaden will have to set a weight record for an overseas horse if he is to land his second consecutive Melbourne Cup at Flemington today. The favourite to win the Aus$6 million (US$6.2m) showpiece race over 3,200m is Americain, who...

  • Troy Boshoeve wins again

    Troy Boshoeve wins again

    Driven by Gozitan Salvu Vella, Troy Boshoeve won yesterday’s main event, the Premier Class race on a short distance of 2,140m. This race formed part of the 48th meeting of the season. Vella was the best driver of the afternoon with two wins. It...

  • Legendary Kauto Star retired

    Kauto Star’s legendary career came to an end yesterday when the dual Cheltenham Gold Cup winner was retired, his owner Clive Smith confirmed. Kauto Star, regarded as one of the greatest horses in jump racing history, won the Gold Cup in 2007 and...

  • Troy Boshoeve has final say

    Troy Boshoeve has final say

    The highlight of yesterday’s programme at the Marsa Racetrack was the Cassar Petroleum Championship final for Premier class trotters on a short distance of 2,140m. This was won by Outsider Troy Boshoeve, driven by one of its owners, Gozitan Salvu...

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