19 April 2014
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The Mauritius Turf Club

Champion New Zealand sire Zabeel retires at 27

Reigning champion broodmare sire Zabeel has been retired. His extraordinary success and remarkable influence on the thoroughbred industry has continued the legacy of his iconic sire Sir Tristram. "I could not imagine what Sir Tristram achieved, and pretty well immediately afterwards came Zabeel to take over the mantle", said Sir Patrick Hogan.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 January 2014 14:09 Read more...

Count Emmanuale’s turn to open up his account

With the blinkers on for the first time and Robbie Burke in the saddle, Count Emmanuale broke the ice in relatively easy fashion, in the second race, run over 1000m.

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Bringing Precision to Track Maintenance

Managing a racetrack may one day be handled the same way an engineer would maintain any precision instrument. At least that's the goal of Mick Peterson, executive director of the Racing Surface Testing Laboratory. Speaking at a panel discussion on track safety, Peterson said track superintendents are faced with building a new product every day

Last Updated on Thursday, 19 December 2013 12:25 Read more...

Power Dive finally opens up his account

Alain Perdrau-trained gelding Power Dive (B.Woodworth) finally scored his first win in Mauritius by winning the opening race of the 2nd meeting.

Last Updated on Saturday, 29 March 2014 23:00 Read more...

26 international Group 1 winners among 228 headed for Dubai

The first international contenders have arrived at Meydan ahead of the 2014 Dubai World Cup Carnival, which begins on Thursday January 9, 2014. There are 26 Group 1 winners among the acceptances for the 3-month-long festival, which concludes with the March 29, 2014 Dubai World Cup, and carries combined prize money of more than US$37m

Last Updated on Monday, 30 December 2013 11:07 Read more...

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