Tanya Stevenson’s racing round-up

This is a week that culminates with the final Classic of the St Leger, and hot favourite is Kew Gardens trained by Aidan O’Brien.  The master of Ballydoyle …

Tanya Stevenson’s racing round-up

At Kempton on Saturday Enable made the return we had all hoped.  Success was the objective, such was achieved to the delight of all in a manner pleasing to …

Konchek set for all-weather debut

Trainer Clive Cox believes Konchek can continue his fine form when he makes his debut on Kempton’s all-weather track. The two-year-old has made a …

Judicial set for Curragh trip

Judicial will get the chance to atone for a poor performance in York with connections eyeing a trip to the Curragh. The six-year-old picked up back-to-back …

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Tanya Stevenson’s Saturday racing tips

Superstar filly Enable makes her long awaited return to competitive action in what will prove to be a massive day for Kempton.  She is in the very first race …

Charlie McCann’s Wednesday round-up

News yesterday that Tim Easterby’s Wells Farrh Go would miss next week’s St Leger having pulled up lame on the home gallops yesterday. The colt, arguably, …

Sea Of Class a doubt for Arc bid

Trainer William Haggas says Sea Of Class may miss the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe if conditions are not suitable. Sea Of Class needs to be supplemented for …

Flying Five off the table for Battaash

Charlie Hills says Battaash won’t be competing in the Flying Five Stakes at the Curragh after a disappointing showing at York. Battaash had been the …

Buick bullish on Quorto Curragh bid

Jockey William Buick feels Quorto could be a real contender for the Goffs Vincent O’Brien National Stakes at the Curragh. Quorto has two wins from two …

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