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 …

Charlie McCann’s Tuesday racing preview

Haydock’s big flat race of the season the Group 1 Sprint Cup is the weekend highlight and Clive Cox reports last year’s winner Harry Angel in good form as …

Blue Point swerves Haydock

Trainer Charlie Appleby says Blue Point will head to the Curragh later this month rather than contest Saturday’s Sprint Cup at Haydock. Blue Point came …

Best Horse Races in the World

Ancient civilizations included in their daily routine a dose of amusement. Horse racing is one of the historical sports in the World, with records indicating …

Lord Glitters claims first Group One win

David O’Meara’s Lord Glitters won his first Group One race after landing the Sky Bet And Symphony Group Strensall Stakes. The five-year-old went …

Don’t miss The Racing Paper for Ebor weekend!

DON’T MISS THE RACING PAPER EVERY SATURDAY IN ALL GOOD NEWSAGENTS — ONLY £1.90 INSIDE: Best news and analysis for The Ebor Handicap at York Racecards …

Connections consider Sandown for Warrior

Trainer Hugo Palmer says Blonde Warrior could head to Sandown for the 188Bet Solario Stakes on September 1. The two-year-old was looking to complete a …

Gosden calm over Too Darn Hot’s prospects

John Gosden has played down the hype surrounding Too Darn Hot after his impressive debut win at Sandown. Gosden’s charge was a seventh-length winner with …

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