Horseracing Update: Probabeel To Run In Queen Anne Stakes, USDA Announcement

Posted by: Hilbert Mayer
Horseracing Update Probabeel To Run In Queen Anne Stakes USDA Announcement

The Horseracing betting picks are up and running with all the odds and betting lines as the new update has brought attention to several fans. The Multiple Group 1 winning mare is all set to run in Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. “Probabeel” was voted the Horse of the year in New Zealand. She will make her appearance at the Royal Ascot in June. Probabeel’s trainer Jamie Richards expects to be busy training her for the final campaign in Melbourne.

This will be the first time that the mare will appear in a tournament outside New Zealand. By invitation, Probabeel is to compete in the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes. However, there might be certain restrictions due to the Covid-19 situation. At present, she will be focusing on the All-Star Mile in Melbourne. Despite the restrictions, she will either appear in Sydney for the Queen Of The Turf and then visit the UK later on.

US Anti-Doping Agency Update

On the other hand, it came as a shocker to investors in the horseracing industry as the US Anti-Doping Agency released a statement. The agency said that it will no longer work with the newly formed federal horse racing authority. The President of the New York Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association was equally surprised to hear this news. This announcement has left the horse racing industry in a tough spot as several things remain unclear.

The USDA will not involve itself in the drug testing and the announcement is now final. It turns out that the HISA will not work with the USDA and is more likely to consider other organizations like Drug-Free Sports International. The new federal medication rules expects delay despite the HISA submitting a proposed track of regulations.

Frankie Dettori Denied

After his first ride in 2022, Frankie Dettori was denied emotional success at the Prince Khalid Bin Abdullah Cup in Saudi Arabia. Dettori started out well but was unable to prevent the competition of the ex-William Haggas-trained Star of Wins. His opponent triumphed by two and a half lengths. The Star of Wins managed to win two races for William Haggas in 2020 before moving to Saudi Arabia.

Dublin Racing Festival Aims For Colonel Mustard

The Dublin Racing Festival is aiming for Colonel Mustard, the Horse that finished second to Jonbon at Ascot. Colonel Mustard was the only horse that finished closer to Jonbon at the Kennel Gate Novices. Colonel Mustard is now all set to get on track for the Grade 1 tilt at the Dublin Racing Festival next month. Bettors will be able to place their best bets on this race with the help of the Horseracing Betting Odds available online.