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Front-runner So Beloved can trump his rivals at Newmarket
I must admit that I've never been able to make much money betting on politics, and this week's Brexit result shows that just about anything can happen (the Remain option was 1/8 in the bookmakers). But I'm in a good position at the moment with a bet I have on Donald Trump to be the next US president, having backed him some months ago at 14/1.
Weld's Harzand can allay concerns and join exclusive Derby double club
It isn't unusual for a late call to be made on the participation of the Derby hero in the Irish version, and Dermot Weld will today make a final decision on Harzand fulfilling its brief as tonight's star attraction.
Muwaary can set standard in Criterion
All eyes will be on the Curragh this weekend but there is still some interesting fare to delve into across the water.
Do the double
EURO 2016
Mighty Minding to enhance portfolio
The mighty Minding will tomorrow endeavour to secure an historic triumph in the Sea The Stars Pretty Polly Stakes.
O'Brien's son and daughter continue family tradition as 'Arya' takes apprentice derby
WHILE Aidan O'Brien has designs on this evening's showpiece contest at the Curragh, the Ballydoyle supremo's son Joseph and daughter Ana combined to land the first derby of the weekend as Arya Tara claimed the apprentices' version.
Aussies mull Zampa recall for ODI final (AAP)
Legspinner Adam Zampa is at the centre of Australia's only selection conundrum ahead of their ODI tri-series final in Barbados.
Hales, Roy power England to huge ODI win (AAP)
England have hammered Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the second one-dayer in Birmingham thanks to a record partnership of 256 between Alex Hales and Jason Roy.
I can't score without chances, says Kane of Euro 2016 (AFP)
Chantilly (France) (AFP) - England striker Harry Kane laid bare his team's attacking problems on Friday when he said that he has not had one clear scoring opportunity at Euro 2016.
14-man Racing down Toulon to win Top 14 title (AFP)
Barcelona (AFP) - Racing 92 clinched their first French Top 14 title in 26 years on Friday when they shrugged off having to play an hour with 14 men to defeat Toulon 29-21 in a thrilling final.
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