News from all over the world in our round-up of international horse racing snippets.
Roger Teal is favouring the 6f Riyadh Dirt Sprint for July Cup winner Oxted at next month’s lucrative Saudi Cup meeting.
The world’s richest race in Riyadh on February 20 has attracted more than 100 horses from nine different countries.
Cieren Fallon will be crowned Britain’s champion apprentice for the second season running at Doncaster.
Trainer Roger Teal is eyeing further G1 success with July Cup winner Oxted in the Qipco British Champions Sprint.
Tip Two Win, who finished second in the 2018 2,000 Guineas for trainer Roger Teal, has been retired to stud aged five.
What you need to know after Oxted won a memorable July Cup under Cieren Fallon – plans, quotes, video, tweets and more
Cieren Fallon, son of six-time champion jockey Kieren Fallon, in his own words on his first G1 victory, on Oxted in the Darley July Cup.