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The world’s highest ranked racehorse Frankel will retire to stud undefeated after winning the Group 1 £1.3m The QIPCO Champion Stakes (1 mile 2 furlongs) at Ascot last Saturday.
Frankel pulled the curtain down on his illustrious racing career with his fourteenth win from as many starts but not before missing the start and throwing …
Super horse Frankel has tempted connections to head to France for the Group 1 €4m QATAR Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe (1 mile 4 furlongs) at Longchamp on October 7 after securing his thirteenth win at York on Wednesday.
Frankel retained his ‘best horse in the world’ tag when he careered away from the rest …
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 …
Legendary English trainer Sir Henry Cecil was a relieved man to see his world class galloper Frankel stride away in the Group 1 £250,000 The Queen Anne Stakes (1 mile) at Royal Ascot yesterday to record his eleventh straight victory.
Three-year-old Frankel has beaten rival Canford Cliffs in superior style in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Goodwood in England yesterday.
The unbeaten colt has now won all of his eight race starts and has accumulated the equivalent of more than $A 1.35 million in prize money.
Trainer Sir Henry Cecil believes that Frankel is …
Frankel has stretched his winning streak to seven but not after withstanding one of his biggest scares yet.
The English superstar is ranked on level terms with Black Caviar in the world thoroughbred ratings and started as a huge favourite at Royal Ascot.
He was contesting the St James Palace Stakes over a mile against …
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