September's top stories from the Racing Post

It's a dead-heat: Son Of Rest and Baron Bolt create Ayr Gold Cup history

A bolt from the blue indeed. Huge ante-post gamble Son Of Rest and outsider Baron Bolt produced the first dead-heat in the long history of the Ayr Gold Cup following a pulsating finish to Scotland's premier Flat race.

Massive double injury blow as Alpha Centauri and Saxon Warrior are retired

Connections of two of this year's superstar performers, Alpha Centauri and Saxon Warrior, paid glowing tribute on Sunday after both were retired with injuries sustained in finishing runner-up at Leopardstown the day before.

Revealed: the star mares Godolphin sent to Galileo in 2018

Coolmore sent mares to Godolphin flagbearer Dubawi for the first time this year and the act was reciprocated as Sheikh Mohammed supported the Irish operation's perennial champion sire Galileo with a number of outstanding names including arguably their best proven producer, Eastern Joy.

€1.6 million Frankel colt Old Glory flags up star quality with debut victory

Old Glory - a son of Frankel who topped last year's Goffs Orby Yearling Sale at €1.6 million - got his career off to the perfect start by winning a 7f maiden at Naas on debut on Wednesday.

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by Jo B at Rewards4Racing

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