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Caravaggio is the latest star sired by the late Scat Daddy.
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Bob Kieckhefer recaps Day 4 at Royal Ascot, headed by Caravaggio providing another big win for his late sire, Scat Daddy. Coverage presented by Fasig-Tipton, home of the Sept. 10 Turf Showcase yearling auction. Caravaggio not only starred on the penultimate day at Royal Ascot, winning the Commonwealth Cup and

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Coronet had finished fifth in the Investec Oaks, but returned to win at Royal Ascot.
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There were some remarkable performances by the 3-year-olds on the middle day of the Royal Ascot meeting, with victories by Benbatl and Coronet massively flattering the results of the 3-year-old Classics at Epsom. Writer Bob Kieckhefer gives us the lowdown, coverage presented by Fasig-Tipton’s Sept. 10 Turf Showcase The Ribblesdale Coronet,

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Trainer Wesley Ward now has won eight races at Royal Ascot.
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Bob Kieckhefer recaps Day One at Royal Ascot, with coverage presented by Fasig-Tipton’s Sept. 10 Turf Showcase auction in Lexington: The first day of Royal Ascot was a glamorous, warm mixed bag with victories by favorites and outsiders, big stables and small but the biggest winners on the day were

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By Bob Kieckhefer, special to TurfTalk360.com The Royal Ascot meeting isn’t wasting any time getting out of the gate this year. Shortly after the procession of Royal carriages deposits Her Majesty and party in the Royal Enclosure on Tuesday, some equine royalty will take the course for the first of

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Bob Kieckhefer’s worldly view of this weekend’s turf stakes: It’s Derby week at Epsom. The rest of the world has some nice races, too. There’s the Group 1 Yasuda Kinen in Japan, a clutch of big turf races from Pennsylvania to California in the United States, Group 1 events in

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Always Dreaming continues to dream of the U.S. Triple Crown while preparing for Saturday’s Preakness Stakes but, across the Atlantic, the picture for the original Derby in England remained in soft focus after weekend races on both sides of the Channel. A European invader took the Grade I Man o’

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