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    • The remainder of the provisional June racing programme from June 9-30 was published by the British Horseracing Authority on Monday. Previously, the first week of racing, from June 1-8 was released, while on Friday, the complete running order of Royal Ascot was also revealed and on Saturday, the BHA summer fixtures and safety guidelines were announced. The remainder of the June programme will appear on www.britishhorseracing.com website in the coming days. After the first week’s emphasis on juvenile racing, the focus shifts to 3-year-olds and up. Scotland and Wales have been provisionally scheduled, but will only be confirmed following further consultation with the relevant governments on timescales for potential resumption. The post Remainder of June UK Racing Programme Published appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
    • The actual post-time favorite at 9-5 over Union Maiden (Union Rags), Gary and Mary West homebred OCEAN BREEZE (f, 3, Curlin-Oceanwave, by Harlan’s Holiday) powered away from her rivals to graduate by about seven lengths Monday at Churchill. Quickly into stride from her high draw, Ocean Breeze settled in an early fifth and got under way in earnest three wide at the half-mile. Cruising up while traveling well nearing the stretch, she was cut loose by Martin Garcia to take over three-sixteenths out and galloped home a facile winner. Stonestreet firster Raison d’Etre (Medaglia d’Oro), an $825,000 OBS April acquisition, attended the pace and held well for second at a chilly-on-the-board 14-1. Union Maiden missed the break by a length or so, was checked at the back of the leading group nearing the turn and finished well in the lane to be a very good third. Ocean Breeze was exiting a debut fourth in the Oaklawn slop Apr. 19 in which she rushed up after a slow dispatch from the inside stall and crossed the line fourth to the promising Merneith (American Pharoah). Lifetime Record: 2-1-0-0. O/B-Gary & Mary West (KY); T-Wayne Catalano. The post Curlin Homebred Romps in Churchill Maiden appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
    • You tell us , you are the one moaning about salaries without a clue as to what current salaries are. All you do is rabbit on about previous salaries and bag individuals. Tell us what you think the CEO of RITA/NZTAB should be on? A lot of it is pure common sense. Costs have been cut as excess staff are let go.Venue numbers have been reduced and reset by the relevant codes so watch the balls up there as self interest will once again rule the roost. Look no further than the Southland comedy show re course allocation. I give RITA 8/10 thusfar for trying to carry out the impossible that being fixing decades of incompetence in a potential sunset industry.   Greg
    • As the connections of Maxfield weigh their options, a field of at least nine is taking shape for the $1 million Belmont Stakes (G1), which will open the delayed 2020 Triple Crown season June 20 at Belmont Park. View the full article
    • A syndicate of breeders headed by Argentina’s Haras La Layenda has purchased Godolphin’s graded stakes winner Lucullan (Hard Spun–Golden Velvet, by Seeking the Gold) for the 2020 Southern Hemisphere breeding season. A six-time winner with earnings of $510,925, Lucullan captured the GII Knickerbocker S. last fall at Belmont. He is out of a MGSW/GISP dam who is a half-sister to GISW and sire Sky Mesa (Pulpit) as well as the dam of top GI Kentucky Derby contender Maxfield (Street Sense). The post GSW Lucullan Sold, Relocated to South America appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
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