McDonald relishing return

PJ McDonald says he is relishing the prospect of a return to action after a frustrating spell on the sidelines. The North Yorkshire-based rider and been forced …

Stradivarius heads the pack

Stradivarius and heads a field of ten entries for the QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot on Thursday. The four-year-old has been flawless this …

Mullins enjoys Newmarket one-two

Trainer Willie Mullins enjoyed a one-two in the Dubai £500,000 Cesarewitch Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday. The Irish trainer had seven runners in the race, …

Dettori hails Dewhurst Stakes winner Too Darn Hot

Too Darn Hot emerged an impressive winner of the Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday – much to the delight of jockey Frankie Dettori. The son of …

What We’ve Learned From Queen Elizabeth II Stakes

The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot was a thrilling race that saw several horses with a chance to win down the final stretch. But at the end of the day, it …

Home sweet home for Delphini

Alpha Delphini will stick to racing in the UK next season after his disappointing debut foreign trip in the Prix de l’Abbaye. The Nunthorpe Stakes winner …

De Sousa enjoys his ‘best’ Championship win

Silvestre de Sousa claims his third Champion Flat Jockey title win is “that extra bit special” than the first two. The 37-year-old sits 35 winners …

King confirms Elgin blow

Trainer Alan King has confirmed stable star Elgin will not feature this season after picking up an injury. The six-year-old has not run since July when he …

Elliott yet to decide Samcro’s next move

Trainer Gordon Elliott has admitted Samcro’s future plans remain up in the air but he says he would love to win a Champion Hurdle. The six-year-old was …

Burke delighted with Newmarket hope Laurens

Trainer Karl Burke says he couldn’t be happier with Laurens as she goes for another Group One victory on Saturday at Newmarket. The three-year-old takes …

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