NAVAL CROWN (GB) led home a 1-2 for Godolphin, Charlie Appleby and DUBAWI in the £1million Gr.1 Platinum Jubilee Stakes on Saturday afternoon, reversing the result of last year’s Group 3 Jersey Stakes, won by stablemate CREATIVE FORCE. The result represented a 50th Group 1 winner for Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum’s cornerstone sire at Dalham Hall, Newmarket.
INSPIRAL BRINGS CHEVELEY PARK CORONATION CHEER AS UNBEATEN FRANKEL FILLY ROMPS HOME IN STUNNING FASHION
INSPIRAL (GB) went one better than both her dam and her great grand dam as she proved herself to be the best filly in Europe and, quite possibly, the world, with a brilliant victory in a red-hot international renewal of the £500,000 Group 1 Coronation Stakes at Ascot Racecourse on Friday.
Yorkshire breeder Deborah O’Brien landed her first Royal Ascot success when BRADSELL (GB), who cost just 12,000 guineas as a yearling and £47,000 as a two-year-old, proved much too strong for a top-class line-up in the most prestigious juvenile race of the Royal Ascot meeting, the £150,000 Group 2 Coventry Stakes, at Ascot Racecourse on Tuesday.
The International Thoroughbred Breeders’ Federation concludes its highly successful four-day conference
The International Thoroughbred Breeders’ Federation (ITBF) concluded its highly successful 4-day conference with its biennial General Meeting, yesterday (June 9th) in Newmarket.
British racing has been incorporated into the UK Government’s GREAT Britain & Northern Ireland campaign, showcasing the best of the UK all around the world.
DESERT CROWN (GB) burst on to the global racing scene like a comet when maintaining his unbeaten record with a commanding two and a half length victory, leading home a 1-2-3 for British-breds, in the £1.604 million Group 1 Cazoo Derby (In Memory Of Lester Piggott) at Epsom Downs Racecourse on Saturday.
BRITISH RACING TO COMMEMORATE WINNERS OF RACES NAMED AFTER HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN IN PLATINUM JUBILEE YEAR
To mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, British racing will make a special presentation to this year's winning owners of various Group/Grade 1 races around the world that are named after Her Majesty. The initiative celebrates The Queen’s international impact on the sport of horse racing.
GBRI is proud to be the headline sponsor for the International Thoroughbred Breeders' Federation Bi-annual Conference, which is now just over a week away. The ITBF Conference 2022 is being hosted by Great Britain, in Newmarket.
The Grand National Festival started in much the same way for the British breeding industry on Thursday as the Cheltenham Festival did, with horses carrying the (GB) suffix claiming Grade 1 honours on the opening day.
GBRI is on hand to support international buyers at the British breeze up sales. If you wish to enquire, please contact Amanda Prior, Client Relations Manager on email@example.com.
This month, the curtain will be raised on the European Breeze Up Sale season and all eyes will fall on Tattersalls and Goffs UK, as owners flock to buy race-ready two-year-old prospects.
Graduates of the Tattersalls and Goffs UK breeze-up sales have played a leading role in the two-year-old races at Royal Ascot and across Britain’s other summer festivals in recent years.