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Michael Owen scores again as Angel Alexander strikes in Ayr Gold Cup

It must have been the best halftime that Michael Owen has ever had. While the nation's footballers were taking a break, England's former hero was shouting himself hoarse after a stunning victory in Scotland.

Tom Bellamy's Worcester ride on The Blues Master slammed by trainer Martin Smith

Tom Bellamy's ride on The Blues Master at Worcester last Monday has been heavily criticised by trainer Martin Smith, whose Affluence was the chief sufferer in the race.

'It can make you or break you' - John Gosden lifts the lid on sales season

Hours of pedigree study, racking up the miles inspecting stock and stretching your budget to breaking point; you need to be prepared for all three when on the hunt for future talent at public auction according to John Gosden.

Pinatubo pedigree promises plenty for star juvenile's future career

Pinatubo announced himself as one of the most exciting two-year-olds in years by taking his unbeaten record to five races with a nine-length demolition of talented rivals Armory and Arizona in the Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes at the Curragh.

Tom George retains smart Rooney horse Now Look At Me for £75,000

Paul and Clare Rooney sold three of the top-five lots during the concluding horses-in-training session of the Goffs UK September Sale on Wednesday, with trainer Tom George keeping the promising young hurdler Now Look At Me in his yard for £75,000.

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