News About: St Nicholas Abbey
Champion European entire St Nicholas Abbey has lost his lengthy battle with injury after being found to have inoperable colic overnight.
St Nicholas Abbey had his …
Racing Victoria International Recruitment Officer Leigh Jordon believes that talented European stayer Dunaden is now a fifty/fifty chance to return to Australia for a third attempt at the Melbourne Cup (3200m).
Six-time Group 1 winner St Nicholas Abbey is making progress after having colic surgery yesterday.
St Nicholas Abbey was recovering from a career-ending pastern injury, which occurred during trackwork last Tuesday, when he suffered a very bad bout of colic that forced the brave horse to undergo another operation.
The worst was feared, once again, …
Top English rider Johnny Murtagh has been confirmed the new rider for German galloper Novellist in the Group 1 £1m The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (1 mile 4 furlongs) at Ascot on Saturday.
The ride on Novellist became available when Ryan Moore, who won on the colt in the Group 1 €400,000 …
The racing career of champion European galloper St Nicholas Abbey is over after the six-time Group 1 winner suffered a life-threatening injury at trackwork in Ireland last night.
The Montjeu entire was preparing for the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2414m), which is set to run at Ascot on Saturday, when …
Legendary English trainer Sir Henry Cecil is determined to pull out all stops to be at York on Wednesday to saddle up his unbeaten champion Frankel in the Group 1 £725,000 Juddmonte International Stakes (1 mile 2 furlongs 88 yards).
Cecil has been receiving ongoing treatment for cancer and had to miss Frankel keeping his …
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