European Racing

Vroum Vroum Mag in Hatton’s Grace but no Faugheen

Racing Post | 7 days ago
FAUGHEEN does not feature among seven declarations for Sunday's Grade 1 Hatton's Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse, with trainer Willie Mullins instead turning to Vroum Vroum Mag, Shaneshill and Whiteout. Read More...

Sandown gets go-ahead but Exeter called off

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THERE was mixed fortunes on the inspection front on Friday morning as Sandown got the go-ahead but Exeter was forced to call off its fixture. Read More...

The New One chasing plans on hold with Exeter off

Racing Post | 1 week ago
PLANS to send The New One chasing could be put on hold for the time being following the cancellation of Exeter's meeting on Friday Read More...

Exeter and Sandown face inspections for Friday cards

Racing Post | 1 week ago
A MILD night would be welcomed by officials at Exeter and Sandown, with both tracks facing inspections for their meetings on Friday. Read More...

Johnson among nominees for Lesters awards

Racing Post | 1 week ago
CHAMPION jump jockey Richard Johnson could cap an excellent year by winning the coveted Jump Jockey of the Year award at the prestigious Stobart Lesters, which takes place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on Thursday, December 22. Read More...

Murtagh discusses alcohol battles to aid JETS initiative

Racing Post | 1 week ago
FIVE-TIME Irish champion jockey Johnny Murtagh has talked about his previous battles with alcohol as part of the the latest JETS series which discusses the topic of alcohol and drug addiction. Read More...

Whelan withdraws Leicester non-trier appeal

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TREVOR WHELAN has decided to withdraw his appeal against the 16-day ban he was hit with by the Leicester stewards last Sunday after he and trainer Kevin Frost were found guilty under the non-triers rule. Read More...

The New One to make chase debut at Exeter

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE NEW ONE is set to make his chasing debut on Friday at Exeter, which must pass an 8am inspection. Read More...

Hatch to partner The New One on chase debut

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE NEW ONE is set to make his chase debut on Friday at Exeter, which must pass an 8am inspection. Read More...

Hatch to partner The New One on chase debut at Exeter

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE NEW ONE is set to make his chase debut on Friday at Exeter, which must pass an 8am inspection. Read More...

No Douvan as Mullins relies on Sceaux at Sandown

Racing Post | 1 week ago
A PLUNGE on Douvan for Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek fell by the wayside on Thursday morning after the Racing Post Arkle winner was not declared for the Sandown Grade 1. Read More...

No Douvan as Mullins relies on Sceaux at Sandown

Racing Post | 1 week ago
A PLUNGE on Douvan for Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek fell by the wayside on Thursday morning after the Racing Post Arkle winner was not declared for the Sandown Grade 1. Read More...

Frozen Wincanton calls off to delay Bass return from injury

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TODAY'S meeting at Wincanton, due to feature the return of jockey David Bass from injury, has been called off because of frozen ground. Read More...

Frozen Wincanton cancelled as Exeter calls inspection

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TODAY'S meeting at Wincanton, due to feature the return of jockey David Bass from injury, has been called off because of frozen ground. Read More...

Tizzards eye another big weekend pot in Becher Chase

Racing Post | 1 week ago
JOE TIZZARD described the explosive start made to the season by his father Colin’s Dorset yard as “a dream come true” as they look forward to Viconte Du Noyer tackling the £140,000 Betfred Becher Chase at Aintree on Saturday. Read More...

Tizzards eye another big weekend pot in Becher Chase

Racing Post | 1 week ago
JOE TIZZARD described the explosive start made to the season by his father Colin’s Dorset yard as “a dream come true” as they look forward to Viconte Du Noyer tackling the £140,000 Betfred Becher Chase at Aintree on Saturday. Read More...

Tea For Two set for test of King George claims

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TEA FOR TWO, generally a 16-1 shot for the 32Red King George VI Chase, could book his place in the Boxing Day showpiece by landing Sunday's Betfred Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: Hoping Tennessee Bird spreads wings

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TENNESSEE BIRD cannot be ranked among the great refusers of modern racing - the infuriating Vodkatini, the eccentric Knockroe, the maddening Mad Moose, all of them blessed with considerable ability when they chose to display it. Read More...

Twiston-Davies and Brooke back in the saddle

Racing Post | 1 week ago
SAM TWISTON-DAVIES finished second on his eagerly-anticipated return to race-riding at Ffos Las and reported himself to be in good shape following his first ride since sustaining a spleen injury on October 9. Read More...

Walsh: bookies mad in the head to make Douvan 5-1

Racing Post | 1 week ago
RUBY WALSH has weighed in on the gamble on Douvan for Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown, describing bookmakers as "mad in the head" for initially pricing the six-year-old as big as 5-1 for the Grade 1. Read More...

Bass relishing Altior clash on return to action

Racing Post | 1 week ago
DAVID BASS is set set tor return to the saddle earlier than had been expected, and is looking forward to taking on Altior in the Grade 1 Racing Post Henry VIII Novices' Chase at Sandown on Saturday with Charbel. Read More...

World Class: Why Japanese racing has lost its appeal to foreign raiders

Racing Post | 1 week ago
There were familiar scenes in Tokyo on Sunday as Kitasan Black led home a clean sweep for the locals in the Japan Cup ahead of a disappointing overseas contingent Read More...

World Class: Why Japanese racing has lost appeal to raiders

Racing Post | 1 week ago
There were familiar scenes in Tokyo on Sunday as Kitasan Black led home a clean sweep for the locals in the Japan Cup ahead of a disappointing overseas contingent Read More...

BHA jockey coaching programme recognised

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE BHA has picked up the Governing Body of the Year prize at the UK Coaching Awards for its coaching provision in 2016. Read More...

Tylicki fundrasing effort continues in Newmarket

Racing Post | 1 week ago
A CHARITY event in Newmarket on Saturday evening raised more than £11,000 for stricken jockey Freddy Tylicki. Read More...

Tylicki fundraising effort continues in Newmarket

Racing Post | 1 week ago
A CHARITY event in Newmarket on Saturday evening raised more than £11,000 for stricken jockey Freddy Tylicki. Read More...

Drinmore dilemma for Peace keeper Cooper

Racing Post | 1 week ago
GIGGINSTOWN'S number one Bryan Cooper bounced back from his Fighting Fifth tumble on Petit Mouchoir last Saturday to land the Troytown Chase at Navan 24 hours later - and it could be another big weekend for him. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: Happy Valley does prize-money well

Racing Post | 1 week ago
Silvestre de Sousa, Oisin Murphy, Neil Callan and Luke Morris all have full books of eight rides Read More...

Harley to face disciplinary panel on non-trier charge

Racing Post | 1 week ago
MARTIN HARLEY will appear before a disciplinary panel on a non-trier charge for his ride on Rebel Lightning at Chelmsford on November 17. Read More...

Betfred’s Robert Mabbett enjoying BSMOY title

Racing Post | 1 week ago
ROBERT MABBETT of Betfred, the new Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year Read More...

Varian to move yards after purchasing Carlburg

Racing Post | 1 week ago
NEWMARKET trainer Roger Varian will move to Clive Brittain's historic Carlburg Stables for the 2017 season after purchasing the property. Read More...

Moore dominates rivals to win Best Jockey award

Racing Post | 1 week ago
RYAN MOORE has been crowned 2016 Longines World's Best Jockey for the second time in three years after winning eight of the top 100 highest-rated Group and Grade 1 races worldwide, as established by the Longines Rankings Committee. Read More...

Douvan odds-on for Saturday’s Tingle Creek

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WILLIE MULLINS' unbeaten chaser Douvan has been cut dramatically for Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown, with last season's Racing Post Arkle winner a best-priced 4-7 favourite (from 3-1). Read More...

Randox Health agrees deal to sponsor Tingle Creek

Racing Post | 1 week ago
NEW Grand National backer Randox Health has secured the sponsorship of another prestigious jumps race after it was confirmed the company will take over the naming rights for Saturday's Tingle Creek Chase from next year. Read More...

Sprint ace Profitable to remain with Cox for next season

Racing Post | 1 week ago
KING'S STAND STAKES winner Profitable, who was bought by Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation as a stallion prospect in the summer, will race in 2017 in the Godolphin blue and will remain in the care of trainer Clive Cox. Read More...

Sprint ace Profitable to remain with Cox for next season

Racing Post | 1 week ago
KING'S STAND STAKES winner Profitable, who was bought by Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation as a stallion prospect in the summer, will race in 2017 in the Godolphin blue and will remain in the care of trainer Clive Cox. Read More...

Twiston-Davies and Brooke to make injury returns

Racing Post | 1 week ago
SAM TWISTON-DAVIES, who suffered a spleen injury at Chepstow on October 9, will return to Wales for his comeback ride at Ffos Las on Wednesday when he partners Southport for his father Nigel. Read More...

Douvan well backed for Saturday’s Tingle Creek

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WILLIE MULLINS' unbeaten chaser Douvan has been cut dramatically for Saturday's Grade 1 Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown, with last season's Racing Post Arkle winner as short as even-money with three firms (from 3) on Tuesday morning. Read More...

Douvan odds-on for Saturday’s Tingle Creek

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WILLIE MULLINS' unbeaten chaser Douvan has been cut dramatically for Saturday's Betfair Tingle Creek at Sandown, with last season's Racing Post Arkle winner a best-priced 4-7 favourite (from 3-1). Read More...

Japanese could bet on British and Irish highlights

Racing Post | 1 week ago
ASCOT, York and Leopardstown have been handed a huge incentive to attract Japanese-trained runners next year, after talks in Tokyo at the weekend confirmed four of their best all-age races are to be made available to Japan’s punters. Read More...

Hawkswood plea after ´consultation overload´

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE head of the Remote Gambling Association last week called for the government to make decisions affecting the industry based on evidence as he said the sector faced "consultation overload". Read More...

Hong Kong: Big Orange touches down for Vase

Racing Post | 1 week ago
BIG ORANGE, one of of just two British raiders for next week's Longines-sponsored international races in Hong Kong, has arrived at Sha Tin in advance of his run in the Vase, which boasts prize-money of HK$16.5m (£1.7m/€2m). Read More...

Southwell and Lingfield get go-ahead to race

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TODAY'S jumps meetings at Lingfield and Southwell will go ahead. Read More...

Second inspections called for Southwell and Lingfield

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TODAY'S jumps meetings at Lingfield and Southwell, subject to 7.30am inspections, must pass second checks. Read More...

Southwell and Lingfield to inspect for third time

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TODAY'S jumps meetings at Lingfield and Southwell must pass inpections at 10.30am. Read More...

Many Clouds to set off on familiar journey to National

Racing Post | 1 week ago
MANY CLOUDS will follow the route to the Randox Health Grand National he took towards his defence last season Read More...

Cue Card on Course for £1 Million Bonus

European Racing | 1 week ago
Cue Card remains on course for the £1 million bonus given to the connections of any horse who can complete the Chase Triple Crown this season in national hunt racing. Just like 12 months ago, Cue Card won the Betfair Chase at Haydock to become the only horse still in contention for the treble of […] Read More...

Un De Sceaux Set for Tingle Creek Return

European Racing | 1 week ago
Un De Sceaux is set for a return at Sandown in the Tingle Creek Chase early next month in what will be the opening run of the campaign for Willie Mullins’ chaser. The eight-year-old has not been seen since he finished down the field at Auteuil in June in the Grande Course De Haies D’Auteuil […] Read More...

Johnson: Thistlecrack is best jumper in training

Racing Post | 1 week ago
RICHARD JOHNSON believes there is not a better jumper in training than Thistlecrack right now but has warned he will not have things all his own way in the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup like he has on his three chase starts to date. Read More...

Varian could saddle hurdle runner at Huntingdon

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
HE MAY be well known for saddling Group 1 winners on the Flat, but trainer Roger Varian could have his first jumps runner this weekend after entering his useful handicapper Central Square over hurdles at Huntingdon on Sunday. Read More...