Prince of Arran aiming for Melbourne

Prince of Arran trainer Charlie Fellowes wants to run in the Melbourne Cup after a strong showing in New York on Friday. The five-year-old, who won a handicap …

Two options open for Red Verdon

Red Verdon trainer Ed Dunlop says there are a few races that could be a possibility in the coming weeks. The American born horse made a winning start to 2018 …

Cox plays down Harry Angel’s Ascot record

Clive Cox is confident Harry Angel can produce a good run in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes despite being winless in four trips to Ascot. The Godolphin-owned …

Triple Crown success for Justify

Justify became just the 13th horse to win the American racing Triple Crown after winning the Belmont Stakes in New York. The undefeated Bob Baffert-trained …

Charlie McCann’s Monday racing round-up

The form of last month’s Gp 1 Lockinge Stakes was let down by the poor run of the fourth home Dutch Connection in Haydock’s John Of Gaunt Stakes on …

Gosden mulling over Calyx plans

Trainer John Gosden says a big discussion is needed before deciding where Calyx will be running next. Calyx produced a brilliant performance to land the AFT …

Billesdon Brook set for Ascot outing

Trainer Richard Hannon has confirmed Billesdon Brook will head to Ascot this month for the Coronation Stakes. Billesdon Brook shocked the racing world when …

Charlie McCann’s weekend racing round-up

Haydock Park stage today’s feature meeting and the highlight is the Group 3 John Of Gaunt Stakes and confidence in Dutch Connection (4.00) has ebbed somewhat …

O’Brien unsure on Creevytennant Stratford bid

Trainer Fergal O’Brien says Creevytennant is in “great form” but he doesn’t know how the 14-year-old will handle Stratford. …

Charlie McCann’s Thursday racing round-up

Haydock stage the first of their three-day June Meeting today with the highlight Saturday’s Group 3 John Of Gaunt Stakes. I am sweet on the chances of Dutch …

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