Scottish raider Atkinson Grimshaw out to plunder bet365 Old Newton Cup as maximum field lines up for historic £100,000 handicap at Haydock Park on Saturday

A maximum field of 17 is set to run in the £100,000 bet365 Old Newton Cup (1.45pm) which is the feature of a tremendous seven-race card at Haydock Park this Saturday, July 7. To celebrate the heritage of the day, a short film has been created with various racing representatives including Haydock Park’s Chairman Lord Daresbury, Committee Member Nicholas Whittle, ITV Racing’s number one presenter Ed Chamberlin and ITV Racing’s chief commentator Richard Hoiles. Haydock Park’s General Manager Jason Fildes and historian John Pinfold also…

Botti seeking third bet365 Old Newton Cup success with Crowned Eagle at Haydock Park on Saturday

  Haydock Park plays host to a terrific seven-race card this Saturday, July 7, featuring the £100,000 bet365 Old Newton Cup (1.45pm) over a mile and a half.   To celebrate the heritage of the day, a short film has been created with various racing representatives including Haydock Park’s Chairman Lord Daresbury, Committee Member Nicholas Whittle, ITV Racing’s number one presenter Ed Chamberlin and ITV Racing’s chief commentator Richard Hoiles. Haydock Park’s General Manager Jason Fildes and historian John Pinfold also feature on the film….

World’s best Battaash headlines 11 runners in Saturday’s Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes

Star sprinter Battaash, the highest-rated five-furlong performer in the world last year, faces 10 rivals as he returns to action in the £100,000 G2 Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes (4.00pm) at Haydock Park this Saturday, May 26, Great British Bank Holiday Family Day.   Owned by Hamdan Al Maktoum and trained in Lambourn by Charlie Hills, Battaash is partnered by Dane O’Neill, second jockey for the owner, rather than Jim Crowley who is riding in Ireland on Saturday. This will be the fifth time O’Neill has…

Hills very happy with world champion Battaash ahead of Saturday’s Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes at Haydock Park

Trainer Charlie Hills is eagerly anticipating the world’s top five-furlong horse Battaash returning to action in the G2 Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes at Haydock Park on Saturday, May 26. The Lambourn handler is pleased with the preparation of the four-year-old son of Dark Angel, who was given a rating of 123 in the 2017 LONGINES World’s Best Racehorse Rankings, making him the top five-furlong horse anywhere in the world last year. Battaash was successful on four of his five starts during 2017. He captured the Listed Scurry…

Battaash heads 15 confirmations for Saturday’s Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes

The world’s leading five-furlong sprinter Battaash remains on course for his first start of 2018 in the £100,000 G2 Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes (4.00pm) at Haydock Park this Saturday, May 26, Great British Bank Holiday Family Day. The five-furlong contest is the highlight of the excellent eight-race card, which also showcases the cream of the three-year-old sprinting crop in the £90,000 G2 Armstrong Aggregates Sandy Lane Stakes (3.25pm) over six furlongs. Battaash (Charlie Hills), one of 15 confirmations for the Armstrong Aggregates Temple Stakes, has…

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