European Racing

Bookies point finger at Worldpay over elusive winnings

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
SOME customers of bookmakers Stan James are among those who were yesterday still unable to access funds in their accounts as a result of difficulties being experienced by payment-processing service Worldpay. Read More...

Blank Saturday a possibility as C4 looks to bow out early

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
CHANNEL 4 Racing's last goodbye could be made sooner than previously expected after it emerged the broadcaster is seeking to extricate itself from a contractual commitment to bow out at Newbury on December 31. Read More...

Blank Saturday a possibility as C4 seeks early exit

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
CHANNEL 4 Racing's last goodbye could be made sooner than previously expected after it emerged the broadcaster is seeking to extricate itself from a contractual commitment to bow out at Newbury on December 31. Read More...

Riding return felt really good, says Hayley Turner

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FOR the first time in 251 days, racegoers were treated to the sight of Hayley Turner skipping into the parade ring as her mini comeback began at Newmarket on Friday night. Read More...

Mokarris blitzes field to win Rose Bowl in impressive style

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
MOKARRIS dominated the field as he won the TKP Surfacing Rose Bowl Stakes at Newbury in impressive fashion under Paul Hanagan. Read More...

Newbury: Mokarris blitzes field to win Rose Bowl in style

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
MOKARRIS dominated the field as he won the TKP Surfacing Rose Bowl Stakes at Newbury in impressive fashion under Paul Hanagan. Read More...

Lightening Fast to be first Frankel runner in Ireland

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FRANKEL'S sons and daughters have been making a huge impact on British courses this season, and Lightening Fast will bid to uphold family honour in Ireland at the Curragh on Saturday afternoon. Read More...

Jumps legs included in Scoop6 puzzle

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THIS Saturday's Totescoop6 will include two races over the jumps from Market Rasen, as the six legs are split across three meetings with a potential pot of £400,000. Read More...

Rouget eyeing Champion Stakes double for Almanzor

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
France: Jean-Claude Rouget has unveiled ambitious plans for his armada of talented three-year-olds, with raids on Goodwood, Longines Irish Champions Weekend and Qipco Champions Day at Ascot. Read More...

USA: NFL stars defrauded in ownership swindle

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
A man from Ohio has been charged with defrauding American Football players after persuading them to give him money to invest in racehorses on their behalf but instead using it to fund his extravagant lifestyle. Read More...

This is a warm-up not a comeback – Turner

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
DON'T call it a comeback. In cricketing terms Hayley Turner is back in the nets ahead of her Test match that is the Shergar Cup at Ascot next month. Read More...

Brandt delight as Mont Ormel downs Dunlop’s Red Verdon

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PIA BRANDT enjoyed the biggest win of her career when Mont Ormel sprang a shock under Cristian Demuro in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Bastille Day. Read More...

Brandt delight as Mont Ormel downs Dunlop’s Red Verdon

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PIA BRANDT enjoyed the biggest win of her career when Mont Ormel sprang a shock under Cristian Demuro in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Bastille Day. Read More...

Brandt delight as Mont Ormel downs Dunlop’s Red Verdon

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PIA BRANDT enjoyed the biggest win of her career when Mont Ormel sprang a shock under Cristian Demuro in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Bastille Day. Read More...

France: Brandt delight as Mont Ormel downs Red Verdon

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PIA BRANDT enjoyed the biggest win of her career when Mont Ormel sprang a shock under Cristian Demuro in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Bastille Day. Read More...

France: Mont Ormel downs Red Verdon for Brandt

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PIA BRANDT enjoyed the biggest win of her career when Mont Ormel sprang a shock under Cristian Demuro in the Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris at Saint-Cloud on Bastille Day. Read More...

Best fallout could lead to reopening of seven cases

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
AS MANY as seven disciplinary cases could be reopened after being identified by a leading QC as being potentially unsound due to the involvement of solicitor Matthew Lohn. Read More...

Portman hopes Mrs hits the target in Super Sprint

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
LAMBOURN trainer Jonathan Portman will attempt to scoop the biggest pot of his career in the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury on Saturday and hopes Mrs Danvers can handle quicker ground and hotter competition than she has had. Read More...

The Irish Oaks: where the winners have come from

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THE Irish Oaks has been a key landmark for the best three-year-old fillies to pit their talents against each other, with six of the last 17 winners of the Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly of the Year title winning the race at the Curragh en route to collecti Read More...

Ex-owner Maharaj loses appeal against double murder

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
KRISHNA MAHARAJ, a former leading racehorse owner in Britain, is set to remain behind bars in Florida for a double murder he claims he did not commit after a judge in Miami rejected his latest appeal against the sentence. Read More...

Champions Stakes could switch to inner course to avoid soft ground

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THE Qipco Champion Stakes, highlight of Britain's Flat season finale at Ascot, could be run on a newly demarcated inner course in a bid to avoid running the race on soft ground. Read More...

Champions Stakes could switch to fast ground inner course

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THE Qipco Champion Stakes, highlight of Britain's Flat season finale at Ascot, could be run on a newly demarcated inner course in a bid to avoid running the race on soft ground. Read More...

Champion Stakes could switch to fast ground inner course

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THE Qipco Champion Stakes, highlight of Britain's Flat season finale at Ascot, could be run on a newly demarcated inner course in a bid to avoid running the race on soft ground. Read More...

Even Song heads Irish Oaks declarations

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
EVEN SONG, winner of the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot last month, heads up a team of four Aidan O'Brien-trained fillies for the Darley Irish Oaks on Saturday when the Ballydoyle trainer will be bidding to win the Classic for the fifth time. Read More...

Dunlop hoping for better luck with Red Verdon in Paris

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
WITH no French-trained challenger sent to the Curragh last month, this Bastille Day feature provides a first chance to measure the strength of the Anglo-Irish Derby form of Harzand against that of the Prix du Jockey Club. Read More...

De Sousa back with a bang after 12-day ban

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
SILVESTRE DE SOUSA returns to action on Thursday following a 12-day suspension with a double stint at Leicester and Epsom and is "mad-keen" to retain his jockeys' title. Read More...

De Sousa back with a bang after 12-day suspension

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
SILVESTRE DE SOUSA returns to action on Thursday following a 12-day suspension with a double stint at Leicester and Epsom and is "mad-keen" to retain his jockeys' title. Read More...

Racing has an ally in Number 10 through Theresa May

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
SHOULD Theresa May and the Queen tire of discussing matters of state at their weekly meetings they can always turn to talk of the turf, as the new prime minister, in common with the monarch, has enjoyed victory as a racehorse owner. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: British trainers have let us down

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
It's a terrible thing when you have to apologise for your own countrymen but British trainers have let us down badly. They've let themselves down, let their owners down, let the sport down and let their country down. Read More...

Royal Ascot winner Primitivo sold to Hong Kong

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
HONG KONG has acquired another Royal Ascot winner as news broke on Wednesday that Primitivo has been sold to continue his racing career abroad. Read More...

Track repairs forces Ayr to cancel sprint races

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THERE will be no sprint races at next week's fixture at Ayr as remedial work needs to be undertaken to the sprint course. Read More...

Track repairs forces Ayr to cancel sprint races on Monday

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
THERE will be no sprint races at next week's fixture at Ayr as remedial work needs to be undertaken to the sprint course. Read More...

Frankel filly Queen Kindly delivers at a price of 1-16

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FRANKEL filly Queen Kindly cruised to victory in the opening race at Catterick - at odds of 1-16 - to give her sire an eighth winner from 14 runs. Read More...

Long odds-on Frankel filly Queen Kindly wins at Catterick

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FRANKEL filly Queen Kindly cruised to victory in the opening race at Catterick - at odds of 1-16 - to give her sire an eighth winner from 14 runs. Read More...

Catterick: Long odds-on Frankel filly Queen Kindly wins easily

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FRANKEL filly Queen Kindly cruised to victory in the opening race at Catterick - at odds of 1-16 - to give her sire an eighth winner from 14 runs. Read More...

Catterick: Long odds-on Frankel filly Queen Kindly wins

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FRANKEL filly Queen Kindly cruised to victory in the opening race at Catterick - at odds of 1-16 - to give her sire an eighth winner from 14 runs. Read More...

Summer Stakes winner Ridge Ranger set for Goodwood task

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
RIDGE RANGER, who made-all to win the Group 3 Summer Stakes at York on July 8, looks set to stay over six furlongs and be turned out for a tilt at the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood on July 30, according to her trainer Eric Alston. Read More...

Summer Stakes winner Ridge Ranger set for Goodwood

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
RIDGE RANGER, who made-all to win the Group 3 Summer Stakes at York on July 8, looks set to stay over six furlongs and be turned out for a tilt at the Stewards' Cup at Goodwood on July 30, according to her trainer Eric Alston. Read More...

Palmer relishing defence of his Irish Oaks crown

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
HUGO PALMER is looking forward to Architecture's rematch with her Ribblesdale Stakes conqueror Even Song in Saturday's Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh. Read More...

Australia: Weir sets new training record with 335th winner

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
DARREN WEIR has set a new Australasian training record for the most winners in a season as Gun Case on Wednesday became his 335th winner of the year. Read More...

Catlin retires to join Godolphin as work rider

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
FORMER champion apprentice Chris Catlin has joined the growing list of jockeys to have retired this year after handing in his licence to join Godolphin as a work-rider. Read More...

Bookmakers deride Johnston’s views on betting coverage

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
BOOKMAKERS on Tuesday reacted with disdain to trainer Mark Johnston's suggestion that ITV should get rid of all coverage of betting when it takes over the terrestrial racing reins from Channel 4 in 2017. Read More...

Martin fined for running and riding of Pyromaniac

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
PYROMANIAC was banned from racing for 42 days and trainer Tony Martin fined €2,000 as the Killarney stewards took a dim view of the six-year-old's run at Killarney on Tuesday evening. Read More...

Hayley Turner back in the saddle on Friday

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
BRITAIN'S most successful female jockey Hayley Turner will return to action this Friday, it was revealed on Tuesday. Read More...

Cash in dormant accounts should be used elsewhere

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
CASH from dormant betting accounts should be used to fund treatment of problem gamblers, MPs heard in a debate last week. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: ‘Well done, Misha. I salute you and your mother’

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
ON A freezing Monday in February 1986, Misha Voikhansky walked onto the Riverside Terrace outside the National Theatre in London and began to read a list of names. After each name a red carnation was thrown into the nearby courtyard. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: ‘I salute you and your mother’

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
ON A freezing Monday in February 1986, Misha Voikhansky walked onto the Riverside Terrace outside the National Theatre in London and began to read a list of names. After each name a red carnation was thrown into the nearby courtyard. Read More...

Woolfall Treasure groom remembers her ‘favourite’

Racing Post | 2 weeks ago
WOOLFALL TREASURE'S stable groom during his racing career on Tuesday paid tribute to "my favourite" - following the grey's shocking killing at his retirement home. Read More...