GOLDEN HORN will try to stretch his unbeaten record to six in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes later this month providing he comes out of his win in Saturday's Coral-Eclipse in good shape.
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MUSTAJEEB, third favourite in the betting for Saturday's Darley July Cup, is an unlikely starter, leaving the way clear for Commonwealth Cup winner Muhaarar to line up as Hamdan Al Maktoum's sole challenger in the race.
BREEDERS' Cup Turf winner Main Sequence (Graham Motion/Rajiv Maragh) has his first start since a disappointing effort in Dubai when he bids to repeat last year's success in the United Nations.
THERE are no British or Irish runners in Germany's richest race but there could still be an Irish winner, as Hanover-based Irishman Paul Harley saddles the favourite, Australian-owned Shimrano, while five British-based jockeys have mounts in the rac
ON A day when Golden Horn put his elders to the sword at Sandown, Baghadur and Mickael Barzalona led home a one-two for both the Classic generation and trainer Andre Fabre.
MANCHESTER UNITED striker Robin van Persie is reportedly on the verge of joining Turkish outfit Fenerbahce.
BEFORE the race Frankie Dettori had said he would be happy to make the running - and trainer John Gosden and owner Anthony Oppenheimer will be delighted he did - as Golden Horn made all to further cement his status as the superstar colt of 2015.
MARK JOHNSTON'S red-hot form continued as Notarised held off stablemate Watersmeet to give the yard a one-two in the £100,000 guaranteed Old Newton Cup.
OISIN MURPHY admitted that the nine-day ban dished out by the Sandown stewards on Saturday for his ride in the Coral Charge was "fair".