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Breeding & Racing in Germany

David Conolly-Smith: www.galoppfoto.de - Frank SorgeDavid Conolly-Smith: www.galoppfoto.de - Frank SorgeIn order to be of assistance to our growing number of readers from abroad, we are with immediate effect publishing in every issue of Turf Times an English page, giving in compact form all the latest racing and breeding news from Germany in English. It will be written by the well-known racing journalist David Conolly-Smith, who has lived in Germany for many years. He is the German representative of the International Racing Bureau and writes regularly on German racing and breeding for the Racing Post, Irish Field, EBN, TRC and many other publications.

18.04.2015
Ausgabe 363 vom Donnerstag, 16.04.2015

In order to be of assistance to our growing number of readers from abroad, we are with immediate effect publishing in every issue of Turf Times an English page, giving in compact form all the latest racing and breeding news from Germany in English. It will be written by the well-known racing journalist David Conolly-Smith, who has lived in Germany for many years. 

Germany´s leading older miler Amaron (Shamardal) kicked off the German pattern race season in fine style at Düsseldorf on Sunday by winning the Frühjahrsmeile for the second time. The six-year-old has now won a group race in each of the five seasons he has been in training, and has won first out four times.

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11.04.2015
Ausgabe 362 vom Donnerstag, 09.04.2015

The German classics are staged a month later than the equivalent races in England and France, but we have already seen some useful three-year-olds in action. The winter was miserably wet and windy, but not overly cold, so that most leading trainers already have their strings in good form. One example is Andreas Wöhler, who has already had some success in France, while at home four of his runners so far have won. They include three three-year-olds who all look to have classic potential.

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