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Group 1 winner Kementari retired from racing

Kementari, a beloved figure and fan favourite in the Godolphin stable has been retired from racing and will now become the latest flagbearer for the Godolphin Lifetime Care program. Together with Hartnell, Osborne Bulls, Hauraki, It's Somewhat, Avilius, Best of Days and Trekking, he forms part of an extraordinary group of racehorses placed by Godolphin[...]
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Cascadian claims Craven Plate

Champion jockey James McDonald just knew that when a gap opened up for Cascadian 300m out in the Craven Plate at Randwick, he was always going to take advantage of it. That is because the eight-year-old is showing no signs of slowing down, winning by 1.5-lengths and backing up beautifully from his comfortable Hill Stakes victory on October[...]
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Godolphin Heads Stradbroke Entries

The powerful Godolphin stable has signalled its intentions to target the Group One Stradbroke Handicap with nine nominations for Brisbane's premier sprint. The Stradbroke and J J Atkins on June 6 are the only two Group One races to be run in a truncated winter carnival caused by coronavirus restrictions. Godolphin has nominated last year's[...]
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Godolphin Outbids Coolmore For Colt

Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin has outbid Coolmore to secure a colt out of Australian-bred New Zealand Group One winner Bounding for $4.1 million ($A5.9 million) at the Keeneland September sale. By Curlin, the colt was knocked down to Godolphin's agent Anthony Stroud after a spirited bidding duel. By Lonhro out of Believe'n'succeed, Bounding won the 2014[...]
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Stud And Stable Staff To Be Recognised

Some of the unsung heroes of the Australian racing and breeding industry will be recognised and celebrated at the Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards. This year's awards ceremony – an initiative of Thoroughbred Breeders Australia and Racing Australia and sponsored by global racing and breeding operation Godolphin – is in Sydney on Friday when[...]
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Godolphin Win Everest Slot Tender

Global racing operation Godolphin has won the tender for the vacant slot in the $14 million Everest forfeited by Damion Flower's Jadeskye Racing. Flower is in jail awaiting the hearing of charges relating to the importation of drugs to Australia, invalidating his 2019 Everest slot. Racing NSW put the slot up for tender two weeks[...]
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