Pierre Lapin impresses at Haydock

Pierre Lapin took a decisive stride into the footsteps of his champion sprinter half-brother Harry Angel when he overcame a four month absence to land the …

New race at Cheltenham Festival

A mares’ chase will be introduced at Cheltenham Festival in 2021. Following in the footsteps of the G1 OLBG Mares’ Hurdle and the G2 Mares’ Novices’ …

Coral-Eclipse the target for Logician

Trainer John Gosden says he would like to see Logician run in the Coral-Eclipse next year after a very successful 2019. And the superstar St Leger winner may …

Tiger Roll set for Aintree return

Trainer Gordon Elliott has confirmed Tiger Roll will be targeted at a third Randox Health Grand National in 2020. Tiger Roll became the first horse to win …

Cheltenham 2020 betting is open

There are still six months to go till the 2020 Cheltenham Festival takes place on March 10-13, 2019, but that hasn’t stopped the bookies from opening up the …

Racing Abroad: Life’s a beach in Spain

I promised an update on my European Trip and at the risk of this turning in to a travelogue, here we go, writes SEAN TRIVASS. Firstly, my loyalties need to be …

2019 Preakness Stakes drama

War of Will took the 144th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Racecourse in Baltimore. War of Will was ridden by jockey Tyler Gaffalione and trained by …

Five Autumn & Winter horse racing festivals not to miss

The best is yet to come this horse racing season. Just because the Cheltenham Festival, Grand National, and Ascot are finished, doesn’t mean great horse …

Gabrial retires after an incredible 10-year career

After 93 career races and £838,501 in prize money, horse race great Gabrial was retired by trainer Richard Fahey this month. Gabrial amassed nine victories …

The new issue of Racing Ahead: on sale now!

Here’s what features in the July issue of Racing Ahead… Paul Ferguson with his expert analysis of the big races next month We get exclusive views …

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