News from around the world in our weekly round-up of international horse racing snippets.
Our weekly round-up of international horse racing snippets.
Eclipse Award-winning trainer Brad Cox says this is Knicks Go’s time to shine as he supervises his tilt at the world’s richest race.
Pegasus World Cup winner Knicks Go and Charlatan, trained by three-time winner Bob Baffert, head nominations for $12 million Dubai World Cup.
The Pegasus World Cup winner recorded the highest Beyer speed figure of the year so far with 108.
The lowdown from Saturday at Gulfstream with all you need to know – videos, pictures, reaction and the best of the tweets.
Dirt Mile hero bids to complete four-timer in $3m contest – find out what trainer Brad Cox says about his chances.
The world’s richest race in Riyadh on February 20 has attracted more than 100 horses from nine different countries.