Fabricate set for Sandown trip

Trainer Michael Bell insists Fabricate is in “great form” ahead of another trip to Sandown later this month. The six-year-old had to settle for …

Patient plan for Capri return

Aidan O’Brien says Capri’s shoulder injury means he is now being scheduled for an autumn return. Last season’s winner of the Irish Derby and …

Injuries force Wuheida retirement

Godolphin have confirmed that injury has forced them to retire dual Group One winner Wuheida. The four-year-old won her maiden at Newmarket in July 2016 and …

Turner revels in Ascot success

Hayley Turner expressed her delight after riding Ripp Orf to victory in the totescoop6 Victoria Cup at Ascot on Saturday. Turner was buried in the large …

Tate confident of Hey Gaman’s stamina

Trainer James Tate is confident Hey Gaman will handle the trip in the Emirates Poule D’Essai Des Poulains at Longchamp on Sunday. Hey Gaman, who …

Charlie McCann Chester Thursday tips

The first of the feature races on Day Two of Chester’s May meeting is the listed Dee Stakes and I am hopeful of a big run from the locally trained Finniston …

Burke eyes Chantilly next for Laurens

Karl Burke is planning to take Laurens to the Prix de Diane at Chantilly next after a strong display in Sunday’s Qipco 1000 Guineas. The three-year-old …

Chester Vase glory for Young Rascal

William Haggas was delighted after Derby hopeful Young Rascal won the Centennial Celebration – MBNA Chester Vase at Chester. The 57-year-old Newmarket …

Saxon Warrior storms to 2000 Guineas glory

The Aidan O’Brien-trained Saxon Warrior claimed victory in the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket on Saturday. The unbeaten three-year-old won by a length …

Newmarket success for Defoe

Favourite Defoe survived a brief scare to win the Dunaden Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday for trainer Roger Varian. The four-year-old has now won …

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