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Might Bite strolls to confidence-boosting win at Doncaster | Horse Racing |

Might Bite: is a best-priced 5-1 for the RSA Chase at Cheltenham   PICTURE: Martin Lynch (racingpost.com/photos)    By Bruce Jackson 3:09PM 9 FEB 2017  Report: Doncaster, Thursday Soar Enterprises Online Ltd Novices’ Chase (Class 4) 3m, 5yo+ MIGHT Bite raised his connections Cheltenham hopes as he got back to winning ways after his Grade 1 fall. The eight-year-old did not ...

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Sheehan could return from injury at Doncaster on Friday

Gavin Sheehan (left): won the 2015 World Hurdle on Cole Harden   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Lewis Porteous 7:23AM 26 JAN 2017  CHELTENHAM Festival-winning rider Gavin Sheehan could be back on a racecourse as soon as Friday after getting the all-clear to return to the saddle having suffered a fractured wrist in a fall at Newbury on the last day ...

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Doncaster: corking Rivet lands Champagne Stakes

Rivet (pink and white silks) gets the better of Thunder Snow   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Lewis Porteous 2:01PM 10 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, SaturdayAt The Races Champagne Stakes (Group 2) 2yo, 7f RIVET confirmed the promise of his victory in the Convivial Maiden at York to continue William Haggas’s hot streak with a battling victory under Andrea Atzeni. ...

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Doncaster: Harbour Law lands Leger after Idaho unseats

Harbour Law (orange) came with a late charge to win at 22-1   PICTURE: Martin Lynch (racingpost.com/photos)    By Lewis Porteous 3:49PM 10 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, Saturday Ladbrokes St Leger Stakes (Group 1) 3yo, 1m6f132y HARBOUR LAW caused a humongous upset to win a dramatic Ladbrokes St Leger, with hot-favourite Idaho unseating Seamie Heffernan when slipping with over three furlongs ...

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Going unchanged at Doncaster after little rain

The rain connections of Muntahaa were hoping for is yet to fall   PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)    By Mark Scully 8:00AM 10 SEP 2016  ANYTHING up to 18mm of rain was forecast for Doncaster overnight and into Saturday morning but the course has so far avoided the worst of the wet weather, with only 1mm falling. Clerk of the course ...

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Doncaster: Ardad flies to Childers success

Ardad (far side) wins the Flying Childers under Frankie Dettori   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Alex Wiltshire 2:40PM 9 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, Friday Pepsi Max Flying Childers Stakes (Group 2), 5f, 2yo colts and geldings JOHN GOSDEN reaped the rewards for his decision to drop Ardad back to 5f, with the Windsor Castle winner maintaining his unbeaten record ...

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Doncaster: Cup thriller goes to Sheikhzayedroad

Sheikhzayedroad (red cap) gets the better of Quest For More in a photo   PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)    By James Burn 3:51PM 9 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, Friday 250th Doncaster Cup (Group 2) 2m2f, 3yo+ THE 250th anniversary of the Doncaster Cup provided a finish that may not have been matched too many times in the race’s history as Sheikhzayedroad ...

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St Leger could be run on soft ground, warns Doncaster clerk

Muntahaa: “shouldn’t have any issue with the trip”   PICTURE: Mark Cranham (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Carr 7:12PM 9 SEP 2016  SATURDAY’S Ladbrokes St Leger could be run on soft ground, with downpours forecast at Doncaster overnight expected to dramatically change the going. Clerk of the course Roderick Duncan said on Friday night: “The going had obviously dried out a bit ...

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Doncaster: Simple Verse the star on Town Moor again

Simple Verse (gold cap) weaved her way to victory in the Park Hill Stakes   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Mark Scully 3:10PM 8 SEP 2016  Report: Doncaster, Thursday DFS Park Hill Stakes (Group 2) 1m6f132y, 3yo+ fillies & mares SIMPLE VERSE used every last drop of her stamina to reel in the gallant Pretty Perfect and follow up her ...

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Doncaster Cup shake-up with favourite Mizzou out

Mizzou (red cap) had been a warm favourite for Friday’s race   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Mark Scully 8:00PM 8 SEP 2016  THE complexion of Friday’s Doncaster Cup was dramatically altered on Thursday evening when favourite Mizzou was declared a non-runner due to an abscess. Off the track since finding only Order Of St George too good in the Gold ...

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