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Derby Festival 2020: Serpentine’s Derby Win puts Aidan O’Brien in the Record Books

Aidan O’Brien created history by becoming the most successful trainer in the history in the Investec Derby, as Serpentine handed the master of Ballydoyle an eighth winner of the premier Classic. O’Brien said: “We discuss each horse and try and give every horse the best chance in the race and we ride them all accordingly. …

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Derby Festival 2020: Summer Romance makes all the running to take Princess Elizabeth Stakes

Summer Romance made all the running to take the G3 Princess Elizabeth Stakes (Sponsored by Investec) over an extended mile. The Godolphin runner was returned at 9/1 and held on to score by three-quarters of a length from Cloak Of Spirits. Winning jockey William Buick said: “Summer Romance ran in the 1,000 Guineas last time …

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Derby Festival 2020: Love wins the Oaks, nine lengths clear

The winning jockey Ryan Moore, winning the Investec Oaks for the third time following Snow Fairy (2010) and Minding (2016), said of 2020 winner Love: “I couldn’t have been happier with Love, and I don’t think she could have been any more impressive today. “You never expect to win an Oaks – I don’t know …

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Derby Festival 2020: Results and comments from the first three races

Due to disruptions to the fixture list caused by coronavirus, the Derby Festival 2020 was postponed from its usual June setting to Saturday 4th July. For the first time ever, the Oaks and the Derby were run on the same day, with a total of seven races overall. The first three races were: Investec Woodcote …

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Derby Festival 2020: Chapple-Hyam hoping for big run from Bharani Star as eight declared for Investec Oaks

A field of eight goes to post for the £250,000 G1 Investec Oaks (3.40pm) at Epsom Downs this Saturday, 4th July. Heading the market with official betting partner Unibet is Love (Aidan O’Brien/Ryan Moore). The daughter of Galileo is seeking a second Classic success as she steps up to a mile and a half for …

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Derby Festival 2020: English King Favourite as 16 Declared

English King faces 15 rivals as he bids to justify his position at the top of the market in the £500,000 G1 Investec Derby (4.55pm) behind closed doors at Epsom Downs on Saturday, 4th July. English King has been the plunge horse in the betting for Britain’s premier Classic and that confidence solidified last week …

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Derby Festival 2020: Five First Time Derby Jockeys

Five jockeys will enjoy the thrill of riding in the Investec Derby for the first time on Saturday 4th July. Harry Bentley (Max Vega), Ben Curtis (Highland Chief), David Egan (Gold Maze), Martin Harley (Worthily) and Tom Marquand (Khalifa Sat) will be hoping to emulate jockeys such as Mickael Barzalona and Padraig Beggy, who won …

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Derby Festival 2020: Love is favourite for the Oaks

Love (Aidan O’Brien) is the favourite with Unibet, official betting partner of the Investec Derby Festival, for the 2020 G1 Investec Oaks. For the first time ever, the Investec Oaks and Investec Derby will both take place at Epsom Downs on the same day – Saturday, 4th July. A daughter of Galileo, Love is already …

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Epsom Derby 2020: Kameko and English King head 17 entries

Ante-post favourite English King and QIPCO 2,000 Guineas winner Kameko headline 17 entries for the 2020 Investec Derby behind closed doors at Epsom Downs this Saturday, 4th July. Britain’s premier Classic has a total prize fund of £500,000 and will be run at the revised time of 4.55pm to encourage a larger TV audience. Bjorn Nielsen’s English King …

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