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Joseph O'Brien wins The Japanese Racing Authority Tyros Stakes on Gleneagles. Picture: INPHO/Morgan Treacy

Gleneagles has to work hard for Tyros success

Odds-on favourite Gleneagles and 14/1 shot Jack Naylor grabbed the Group 3 glory in last night’s two-year-old twin features at Leopardstown.

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Make it Manalapan

Patrick Prendergast’s Manalapan is fancied to have the legs on Aidan O’Brien’s El Salvador in the mile and five Her Majesty’s Plate at Down Royal tonight.

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Miss Lahar makes no mistake this time

Narrowly denied by compatriot Miss Lahar in the race last year, the Rae Guest-trained Minalisa returned to land the listed Yeomanstown & Morristown Lattin Studs Fillies Stakes in Naas last night.

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Edison set for Hurdle glory bid

Thomas Edison is likely to spearhead Tony Martin’s team for next week’s Galway Festival in the Guinness Galway Hurdle.

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Johnson Houghton caught up in morphine case

Trainer Eve Johnson Houghton is the latest trainer to come forward and reveal one of her horses has tested positive for morphine.

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Action from The Connacht Rugby Handicap Hurdle won by WATE AND SEA at the County Mayo venue.

Creek follows up in effortless style

Rae’s Creek and Alton Bay, both winners on the level at the track last time, got off the mark in impressive style in the maiden hurdle action on last night’s card in Ballinrobe.

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Grade One status for Mares’ event

The OLBG Mares’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival has been raised to Grade One status as part of an overall upgrade to British Jump Pattern and Listed races for the 2014/15 National Hunt season.

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Queen’s horse fails drugs test

A racehorse owned by Queen Elizabeth has tested positive for morphine, a prohibited substance.

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Trainer TOM CLEARY with son jockey RORY, grandson SEAN and groom David Keegan after TRULY DELIGHTFUL won.

Bazaar rises to challenge

Fifth on his debut at the Curragh, Bazaar justified 4/9 favouritism for Aidan and Joseph O’Brien in the Live The Dream With Tote Maiden on last night’s mixed card in Ballinrobe.

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Kid heads Plate weights

Kid Cassidy (11st 10lb), second in the Grand Annual at Cheltenham in 2013 and the only horse to have lowered the colours of Sire De Grugy last season, heads the weights for next week’s thetote.com Galway Plate.

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Stick with Riverside City

Riverside City can provide the answer to an interesting Monroes’ Live Hurdle at Ballinrobe tonight.

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Bracelet, right, with Colm O'Donoghue up, on their way to winning the Darley Irish Oaks. Picture: Matt Browne / SPORTSFILE

Bracelet proves the perfect fit for Oaks

Aidan O’Brien’s Royal Ascot heroine Bracelet fought off stable companion Tapestry and British raider Volume to clinch Classic glory in a thrilling renewal of the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday night.

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Tony McCoy: New all-time record.

McCoy savours finally overtaking Pipe

Tony McCoy finally overtook Martin Pipe on Saturday night after setting a new personal best aboard It’s A Gimme in the Betfred Summer Plate to pass the career total of 4,191 winners recorded by his old ally.

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Mango Diva (Ryan Moore - second right) on the way to winning the Kilboy Estate Stakes at the Curragh yesterday. Picture: PA Wire.

Magical Moore shines again

Ryan Moore and Michael Stoute teamed up for the second year in a row to land the Kilboy Estate Stakes with Mango Diva at the Curragh yesterday.

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