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· *In spite of three attacks in three months, Britain does not seem to be choosing the path of vigilance and determination. June is not even.. Zero Hedge
Rugby League legend Clive Churchill was responsible for his greatest performance, when we charged around the outside of the fence to ride home what was to be the winning goal at Redfern Oval in 1955. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
English Heritage blue plaques herald many a great home in the capital. While they’re fun for history hunting tourists, the famous individuals also have a palpable effect on house prices from beyond.. City A.M.
Barney Roy, thought by many judges to have been a shade an unlucky when second in last month's 2,000 Guineas, came good on this occasion with odds-on favourite Churchill disappointing in finishing only.. Racing Post
SPEED is the name of the game in today’s opening Norfolk Stakes (2.30pm) where Wesley Ward will be hoping to bag another Royal Ascot winner.
McErin is his sole entry in the race he won four years.. City A.M.
Jockey James Doyle savoured a vindicating triumph after he rode Barney Roy to victory over hot favourite Churchill on a record-breaking first day at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.
The 5/2 shot won the St.. City A.M.
Churchill had previous held the upper hand over Barney Roy, eating him in the 2,000 Guineas, but this time it was the less heralded horse who enjoyed his day in the sun. MailOnline Also reported by •BBC Sport •BBC News •BBC Local News