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Jun 01, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: Competitive sports resume in England with greyhound, horse racing and snookerWhen six dogs flew out of the traps at Perry Barr at 10:21 am on Monday, it marked the return of competitive sports in England after a 75-day shutdown because of the coronavirus outbreak
May 30, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: British government gives green signal for sporting events to resume from MondaySports events will be allowed to resume in England from Monday without any spectators, providing they comply with the government's coronavirus protocols.
May 09, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: Horse racing to return to France on Monday, confirms France Galop president Edouard de RothschildHorse races will be held at the famed Longchamp Racecourse in western Paris, which hosts the prestigious Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in the first weekend of October, and at Compiègne in northern France
Apr 04, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: Cheltenham Festival organisers defend decision to go ahead with meet despite COVID-19 pandemicMore than 250,000 racegoers attended the four-day Cheltenham festival in south-west England, despite the pandemic having forced the cancellation of other major sporting events at the same time
Mar 22, 2020
Coronavirus Outbreak: Dubai World Cup 2020 postponed as COVID-19 outbreak worsens in UAEThe Dubai World Cup, one of the world’s richest horse races and a premier annual sporting event in the United Arab Emirates, will not go ahead this year amid the worsening coronavirus epidemic.
Mar 19, 2020
Coronavirus pandemic: Dubai World Cup left in limbo after United Arab Emirates suspends all sporting eventsDubai World Cup organisers had said the race would go ahead on 28 March, only without paid spectators
Feb 06, 2018
101 Traces: The last Anglo-Indian Jockeys of KolkataThe Anglo-Indian community has been upholding the legacy of horse racing in Kolkata. But many members of the younger generation have moved on to other careers in other countries, following better prospects. Will the next generation of Anglo-Indians in Kolkata continue the family tradition? Only time will tell.
May 16, 2017
From race tracks to death: Behind glitzy equestrian sports lie a gruesome chain of crueltyEquestrian sports are as sick as you can get them. Nothing can disguise the cruelty — both during and after — to the animals whether it's the huge prize money, the fashion show of the spectators, the glittering prizes or the media coverage.
Mar 31, 2013
Animal Kingdom triumphs in $10 million Dubai World CupAnimal Kingdom, ridden by Joel Rosario, held off a late charge by Red Cadeaux to win the $10 million (6.5 million pounds) Dubai World Cup by a comfortable two lengths.
Feb 18, 2013
Jockey chased by punters after allegedly throwing race in MumbaiFaced with such an uproar, the RWITC decided to declare Ice Age a non-starter, and ordered all money bet on the horse to be refunded.