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Sunday's Racing Tips - Five British horses to follow across four global racetracks

By Jon Vine
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17 Sep 2021
  • Five British horses to back in huge global races on Sunday 19th September
  • David Menusier sends Blue Cup to Strasbourg on Sunday
  • Archie Watson has strong runners in three races at Bro Park in Sweden
  • Charlie Appleby will be well represented at Woodbine
  • Two British horses run in the Pebbles Stakes at Belmont Park
William Buick riding Albahr (third left) on their way to winning the Watch Racing TV Now Novice Stakes at Haydock Park. (Getty)
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Horse racing takes over the world on Sunday, with huge races taking place across five different continents. 

We've taken a look across all of Sunday's International cards and picked out five British raiders who could return home with their pockets full of prize money.
    Table Of Contents
  • International Racing Tips - Sunday 19th September
  • Grand Prix de la Region Tips - Blue Cup
  • Stockholm Cup Tips - Outbox
  • Bro Park Sprint Championship Tips - Mighty Gurkha
  • Pebbles Stakes Tips - Nazuna 
  • Summer Stakes Tips - Albahr

International Racing Tips - Sunday 19th September

Grand Prix de la Region Tips - Blue Cup

First we head over to Strasbourg, where BLUE CUP bids for a maiden Listed prize. David Menusier's five-year-old has finished last on his two most recent runs in the Steventon Stakes and the Ebor. Prior to that, Blue Cap had been in very good from, romping to victory in a handicap on Epsom Derby day before a solid fourth in the Wolferton at Royal Ascot.

Monty and Lauderdale will likely top the betting. However, British and Irish horses have plundered most of France's big prizes this season and Blue Cup's tactical style is well-suited to racing in this country.

Stockholm Cup Tips - Outbox

Archie Watson will fancy his chances of landing a big pot in Sweden on Sunday, and OUTBOX could be very hard to peg back in this year's Stockholm Cup. 

Watson's six-year-old made all to win a Listed prize at Newmarket back in June, and has since run with credit in the John Smith's Silver Cup and the September Stakes at Kempton. Hollie Doyle travels over to Sweden to take the ride, and the ground at Bro Park will be suitably springy for this hardy front-runner.

Bro Park Sprint Championship Tips - Mighty Gurkha

Doyle and Watson team up with MIGHTY GURKHA in this Listed sprint. A Group Three winner as a juvenile, Mighty Gurkha's only poor run of this season came in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, where he clearly hated the heavy ground.

Mighty Gurkha won a competitive race at Kempton in January before placing second to Dilligent Harry in the 3-Y-O Sprint final at Lingfield on finals day. Doyle's mount has since finished fourth in both the Pavillion and Queensferry Stakes, two strong pieces of form, and Mighty Gurkha will be getting two pounds from his elders on Sunday.

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Mighty Gurkha winning the Sirenia Stakes at Kempton Park last September. (Getty)

Pebbles Stakes Tips - Nazuna 

Nazuna10:16pm Belmont Park Pebbles Stakes (Listed Race) (3yo Fillies) 1mSP
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Although Chad Brown is listed as NAZUNA'S trainer, US owner Gary Barber only purchased this talented filly from Roger Varian on Friday, ahead of her tilt at this Listed race. Nazuna progressed nicely during her two-year-old campaign, and ran on well for second in the Group Three Princess Elizabeth Stakes at Epsom on her reappearance.

John Velazquez then guided Nazuno into the Belmont Oaks, and they were still in with a chance as the leaders passed the two pole, only to run out of steam in the closing stages. Dropping back to a mile should really suit Nazuno, and she can win first time out for her brand new American connections.

Summer Stakes Tips - Albahr

Charlie Appleby has been in irresistible form in recent weeks, and he's booked Frankie Dettori to ride ALBAHR in this Group One. Since finished behind a future Group Two winner in Lusail on debut, this Dubawi gelding has strung together three successive victories.

Last time out, Albahr produced a workmanlike performance to win the Listed Stonehenge Stakes. The rain-softened ground seemed to dampen the favourite's performance that day, and I'm sure he'll be hard to beat back on a quicker surface.

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