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  • Keen Ice Improved Since Belmont Stakes Run
  • Donegal Racing's classic-placed Keen Ice looked a picture galloping on a sunny summer morning Saturday, Aug. 1 at Monmouth Park as he wrapped up work for the Aug. 2 William Hill Haskell Invitational Stakes (gr. I).
  • American Pharoah Wraps Up Haskell Preparation
  • American Pharoah galloped on a pleasant summer morning Saturday at Monmouth Park, wrapping up preparations for the William Hill Haskell Invitational Stakes (gr. I) Aug. 2 at Monmouth Park.
  • Legatissimo Strikes for Stylish Nassau Win
  • One Thousand Guineas (Eng-I) winner Legatissimo bounced back from two narrow defeats and won the Qatar Nassau Stakes (Eng-I) by a comfortable margin Aug. 1 at Goodwood.
  • Tonalist, Noble Bird Among Whitney Workers
  • Several Whitney (gr. I) contenders drilled July 31 for the upcoming $1.25 million race next weekend at Saratoga Race Course, including 2014 Belmont Stakes (gr. I) winner Tonalist, who put in his final serious work.
  • Monmouth, New Jersey Racing Enjoy Spotlight
  • When the racing spotlight falls on Monmouth Park this weekend, Dennis Drazin, who has helped guide the track in recent years, is confident fans who attend and watch on national television will see a top track.
  • Jockey Jellison Dies of Cancer at Age 51
  • Jockey Jill Jellison, who rode nearly 2,000 winners during her career, died of breast cancer July 28 in a Rhode Island Hospital. She was 51.
  • Arlington, Hawthorne Mesh '16 Dates Schedules
  • Amid uncertainty about the future of Illinois racing, the state's two Chicago-area tracks July 31 submitted live racing dates requests for 2016 that fit together like puzzle pieces.
  • Jockey Russell Back in Action at Laurel Park
  • Jockey Sheldon Russell returned to the saddle July 31 at Laurel Park after missing nearly three months of race riding due to injuries.

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  • South Africa: Futura posts second Champions Cup win
  • Futura (Justin Snaith/Bernard Fayd'Herbe) got up almost on the line to repeat last year's win and justify favouritism.
  • France: Lowe has Opera aim for Bourree after Psyche win
  • LESS than ten minutes after Star Of Seville's eclipse in the Nassau Stakes at Goodwood, the form of this season's Prix de Diane Longines took another knock as the German-trained Bourree (Andreas Lowe/Eddy Hardouin) came out on top against three
  • Goodwood: Dettori magical again with Memory Cup win
  • WHILE this year's festival has centred around the retirement of one of the weighing room's stalwarts in Richard Hughes, fellow veteran Frankie Dettori continued his resurgence back to centre stage as Magical Memory won for Charlie Hills.
  • Goodwood: Legatissimo leaves Nassau rivals in wake
  • LEGATISSIMO may have been narrowly thwarted on her last two runs, but a potent turn of foot two furlongs out quickly established the 1,000 Guineas winner as the leading light in her division.
  • Master Carpenter has Haydock on the agenda
  • MASTER CARPENTER, who won the John Smith's Cup at York last month, will step back into Group company for his next start with trainer Rod Millman eyeing the Betfred Rose of Lancaster Stakes at Haydock.
  • Emotional Hughes overwhelmed by reception
  • THERE was no winner for Richard Hughes on his final day in the saddle, but the three-time champion jockey was left "overwhelmed" by the reception afforded to him by his colleagues and the Glorious Goodwood crowd.
  • The night Hughes quit over whip rules
  • James Pugh recalls his baptism of fire as a Racing Post reporter on the night Richard Hughes quit in protest over new whip rules.
  • Doyle back on board Rizeena in Prix Rothschild
  • JAMES DOYLE, who denied an old favourite of his when coming with a well-timed run on Amazing Maria to collar Rizeena in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot, is eager to see if switching saddles pays off in Sunday’s Group 1 Prix Rothschild.