Channon has Guineas Dream

Dan’s Dream surged to victory in the Fred Darling Stakes to confirm her billing as a 1000 Guineas contender. The filly recently scored at Bath and showed …

O’Brien confident everything will be in Order

Aidan O’Brien does not foresee any issues for Order Of St George when he returns on Sunday at Navan. The son of Galileo rounded off last season with a …

Charlie McCann’s Stratford Sunday preview

We eventually get the 2018 Stratford season underway this afternoon with ground described as good although there is the possibility of a scattered …

Verbal Dexterity to miss 2000 Guineas

Verbal Dexterity has been ruled out of the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on May 5, trainer Jim Bolger has confirmed. Last September’s National Stakes …

Varian confirms Willie John blow

Roger Varian is targeting a July return for Willie John after ruling him out of the Qipco 2000 Guineas because of a “small setback”. The …

Charlie McCann’s Friday racing round-up

A maximum field of 30 will contest tomorrow’s Scottish Grand National with dual winner Vicente BetVictor’s 7/1 market leader. I was delighted with the form …

Tizzard confirms Cue Card retirement

Colin Tizzard’s son and assistant, Joe, has confirmed that the legendary Cue Card has been retired a race early. One of the biggest and most popular …

Charlie McCann’s Tuesday racing round-up

The flat season moves up a significant notch this afternoon with the opening day of Newmarket’s three-day Craven Meeting. The antepost favourite for the 1000 …

Henderson excited for Punchestown test

Trainer Nicky Henderson has confirmed My Tent Or Yours will be fit to run in the BETDAQ Punchestown Champion Hurdle on April 28. The 11-year-old has only raced …

Pauling hints at Global Citizen injury

Trainer Ben Pauling believes Global Citizen may have pulled some muscles during his defeat at Aintree last week. Global Citizen made the headlines in February …

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