flat race


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flat race

a race without obstacles for the horses to jump.
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The Charlie Egerton-owned and trained Dr Livingstone (5-4 favourite) followed up a win at Kempton on Friday in the Lingfield Park Owners Group "Jumpers' Bumper" National Hunt Flat Race.
This year's race will now provide the centrepiece of Chepstow's flat race programme and we are delighted to welcome back Oakgrove Stud as sponsors following their support of the race in 2002.
Then, a load of kids threw themselves into flat races, obstacle races, egg and spoon races and the like with gusto.
LIMESTONE LAD will make his long-awaited reappearance shortly and he has been entered for a two-mile Flat race at Navan on Wednesday.
In the sixties my father won the first Flat race run at Fairyhouse so it's nice to win the first one here," Oxx added.
Ten novices will be selected to compete in the pounds 100,000 charity Flat race and share the stage with the Grand National at Aintree on April 5.
Abu Dhabi Norwegian jockey Silja Storen on Muhal won the Her Highness Shaikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies IFAHR Cup flat race at the Al Flaij Race Course in Muscat on Thursday night.
Our ambition is to make the Edinburgh Cup Scotland's premier Flat race and stage it on the same day as England's premier Flat race.
To fill the gap three extra hurdle races and a National Hunt Flat race have been added to the programme, from which Channel 4 are due to broadcast four events live.
Many talented jockeys have rode the turf at Down Royal without success and I am proud to have been a winner in the Province's leading flat race.
She finished second in a one mile, three furlong flat race at Plumpton, east Sussex.
Paddy Power Champion INH Flat Race of EUR30,000 (Grade 1) (2m).