Trip To Paris, fourth in a bruising renewal of the Melbourne Cup (G1) earlier this month, bids to become the first British trained horse in almost a decade to win the Japan Cup (G1), one of the most exciting end-of-year races.
Trained by globe-trotting handler Ed Dunlop at Newmarket in England, the four-year-old faces 17 rivals in his quest to make history and gain compensation for his two-length defeat by Prince Of Penzance in the Australian showpiece.
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Dual Classic Winner Smarty Jones to Historic Calumet Farm
Champion and dual classic winner Smarty Jones , whose 2004 Triple Crown bid and affable connections earned him legions of fans, is returning to Central Kentucky from Pennsylvania to take up stallion duties at Calumet Farm. His fee for 2016 will be $7,500.
Alabama's TROT Gets Kids Out of Classrooms, on to Horses
TUSCALOOSA COUNTY, Ala. — A non-profit organization and local businesses are helping children with special needs in Tuscaloosa County get out of the classroom and on to a horse.
Sophia's teachers spent the morning cheering her and her classmates on as they made their way around a course on horseback. Sophia is one of eight children with special needs at Vance Elementary working with Therapeutic Riding of Tuscaloosa, or TROT.
Espinoza Among International Jockey's Championship Field
The American Pharoah sideshow that has captivated the racing world this year will roll into Hong Kong next month - in a small form, at least - with his regular rider Victor Espinoza to headline the International Jockeys' Championship (IJC) at Happy Valley on December 9.