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Horse Racing

  • Uvario first in major Premier final

    Five finals, for French trotters only, were included in the card of Sunday afternoon’s  27th meeting of the season. These championships were organised by the Malta Racing Club in collaboration with the French association Le Trot and the betting...

  • Urgos steals limelight at Marsa

    Andrew Farrugia steered French trotter Urgos to victory in the Sette Giugno Championship final at the Marsa racetrack yesterday. The Premier class final was the main item in yesterday’s 26th meeting of the season and was held on a short distance...

  • French and Norwegian wins in international races

    The 22nd meeting of the season, made up of ten races, was held at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday afternoon. The two most important races on the card were of the monte type, on a short distance of 2,140m, which saw the participation of nine drivers...

  • First heats from Prix De Vinciennes

    The Prix De Vincenne champion-ship got under way at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday. The championship is open for French trotters in the Premier Class. The four heats were held on a distance of 2,140 metres. In the first heat, early leader, Tonio Du...

  • Italian Maria Giovanna Bortolanza wins international championship

    The 18th meeting of the season made up of eight races all for trotters was held yesterday afternoon at the Marsa Racetrack. Four of these races were heats from the international ladies’ championship on a short distance of 2140m. Nineteen female...

  • Enzo Nova triumphs in Silver Class final

    Twelve-year-old trotter Enzo Nova won the major event at Marsa yesterday – the Krafft Championship final for Silver Class held on a short distance of 2,140 metres. The race formed part of the 17th meeting of the season, made up of nine...

  • Overtaker By Sib wins Tazza l-Kbira

    Overtaker By Sib  wins Tazza l-Kbira

    Overtaker By Sib won the 2017 Tazza l-Kbira final at the Marsa Racetrack, yesterday. This final, for class Premier Trotters, was the highlight of the 16th meeting of the season that was made up of eight races all for trotters. It was Jaguar...

  • Sos Amor bags first win at Marsa

    Sos Amor  broke its duck at the Marsa racetrack after winning the Premier class race, which highlighted the 15th meeting of the season. Thirteen trotters took part in the class Premier race. It was Pine Rolls (Matthew Farrugia) the fastest horse...

  • Tanguy De Nappes, Careful Victory top semis

    Tanguy De Nappes, Careful Victory top semis

    The two semi-finals of the Tazza l-Kbira championship, reserved for class Premier trotters, headlined yesterday’s 14th meeting of the season at the Marsa Racetrack. In first semi-final, favourite Service Secret (Andrew Farrugia) was the fastest...

  • Gold Class races steal the limelight

    With no Premier Class races on schedule in yesterday’s 13th meeting of the season, it was the turn of the class gold trotters to steal the limelight at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday. In the first class Gold race, Starfirefinnfemfel (Dylan Gatt)...

  • First heats from Tazza l-Kbira at the racetrack

    First heats from Tazza l-Kbira at the racetrack

    The 12th meeting of the season at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday afternoon, heralded the start of the prestigious Tazza l-Kbira Championship for Premier Class trotters. Races were held over a long distance of 2,640 metres. The card included six...

  • Serbia lead in Mediterranean Championship

    The Malta Racing Club hosted the first leg of the 2017 Mediterranean Championship at the Marsa Racetrack yesterday. Malta was represented by Tony Demanuele who was up against Ivan Serik, of Russia, Matteo Di Meo, from Italy, Serbia’s Miodrag...

  • Sirocco De Line wins Bronze final

    Sirocco De Line wins Bronze final

    Eleven-year-old Sirocco De Line won the Assikura Championship final for Bronze Class trotters on a short distance of 2,140m, yesterday. The final was part of the tenth meeting of the season, made up of ten races, all for trotters, which also...

  • Mad Neo tops Gold Class final

    Mad Neo tops Gold Class final

    Swedish trotter Mad Neo, driven by Noel Baldacchino, won the Assikura Championship final at the racetrack yesterday. The class gold final was the major event in yesterday’s eighth meeting of the season which also included a class Premier race...

  • Service Secret steals limelight

    Service Secret steals limelight

    The class Premier race and the three Assikura Championship semi-finals, for class Bronze trotters, headlined yesterday’s seventh meeting of the season at the Marsa racetrack. Fifteen trotters took part in the class Premier race. Three horses...

  • First Premier class win for Tonio Du Vivier

    Charles Camilleri steered Tonio Du Vivier to its first win in the class Premier during the sixth meeting of the season which also featured the two semi-finals from the Assikura Championship for class Gold trotters. Camilleri finished as the day’s...

  • Sports round-up

    Tennis: American Sam Querrey (picture) claimed the biggest title of his career with an emphatic 6-3 7-6(3) upset victory over second seed Rafa Nadal in the final of the Mexican Open yesterday. The unseeded world number 40 belied his ranking to...

  • Service Secret leads all the way

    Service Secret leads all the way

    The Assikura Championship for Bronze Class trotters resumed yesterday afternoon with four heats staged on a short distance of 2,140m. These championship races were all included in the card of the fifth meeting of the season. In all, there were...

  • Power To Be first home in Premier class race at Marsa

    The third meeting of the season, consisting of nine races all for trotters, was held yesterday. Seven of the races heralded the start of the first championship this year – the Assikura Championship for Gold Class on a short distance of 2,140m. The...

  • September and Nico Oland steal the limelight at Marsa

    September and Nico Oland won yesterday’s major events at the Marsa Racetrack, two top races reserved for Premier Class trotters only and held over a short distance of 2,140 metres. Thirteen trotters, three of which were newcomers, lined up for the...

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