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Any Currency to bypass Cheltenham with festival the aim

Racing Post | 1 hour ago
CROSS-country specialist Any Currency has been ruled out of Friday's race at his favourite course with trainer Martin Keighley not prepared to risk his stable star on ground officially described as good to firm, firm in places on the cross-country t Read More...

Towcester greyhounds joins The Racing Partnership

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
THE Racing Partnership (TRP) has confirmed that as of this weekend it is including Towcester greyhounds within its new betting shop service every Saturday morning. Read More...

ICE exhibition approaching fast

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
ICE, the world's greatest gambling and betting show, is just nine weeks away. Read More...

Megabet rebrand for Stan James betting shops

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
MEGABET is to be the new name for the Stan James retail operation, which will boast 112 shops after taking on 37 from the Coral-Ladbrokes merger, propelling the company into fifth place in terms of UK numbers. Read More...

Ground likely to rule Aloomomo out of Cheltenham

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
ALOOMOMO, 6-1 joint-favourite with Ladbrokes for Saturday's Caspian Caviar Gold Cup is looking increasingly likely to miss the race with the current good ground at Cheltenham against the promising six-year-old. Read More...

Good ground likely to rule Aloomomo out of Cheltenham

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
ALOOMOMO, 6-1 joint-favourite with Ladbrokes for Saturday's Caspian Caviar Gold Cup is looking increasingly likely to miss the race with the current good ground at Cheltenham against the promising six-year-old. Read More...

Hong Kong Stuey: Barande-Barbe back on big stage

Racing Post | 5 hours ago
WHEN you think of Corine Barande-Barbe you think of Cirrus Des Aigles. Read More...

No Welsh National for Minella Rocco after Aintree fall

Racing Post | 7 hours ago
MINELLA ROCCO, who suffered a horrible fall at Aintree on Saturday, was reported on Monday to have escaped unharmed, but connections have chosen not to run him in the Coral Welsh Grand National. Read More...

Refugee rider recognised with award nomination

Racing Post | 8 hours ago
OVERCOMING adversity in life and sport is something nearly everyone has to face, but aspiring jockey Abdulkareem Musa Adam has endured more than most would in several lifetimes. Read More...

World Class: Silverwave the biggest threat to Highland Reel in Vase

Racing Post | 8 hours ago
HIGHLAND REEL looks the best chance of a European winner at the valuable Hong Kong International meeting on Sunday. Read More...

World Class: Reel faces biggest threat from Silverwave

Racing Post | 8 hours ago
HIGHLAND REEL looks the best chance of a European winner at the valuable Hong Kong International meeting on Sunday. Read More...

Walsh dilemma with Douvan and Djakadam both returning

Racing Post | 10 hours ago
RUBY WALSH has yet to decide where he will spend his Sunday. With Cork clashing with Punchestown, the Irish champion jockey is faced with a dilemma - Douvan or Djakadam - but no decision has yet been made. Read More...

Walsh dilemma with Douvan and Djakadam returning

Racing Post | 10 hours ago
RUBY WALSH has yet to decide where he will spend his Sunday. With Cork clashing with Punchestown, the Irish champion jockey is faced with a dilemma - Douvan or Djakadam - but no decision has yet been made. Read More...

Hong Kong: Moore and Bowman head betting for challenge

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
THE world's best jockey Ryan Moore faces off against 11 others, including Joao Moreira, Pat Smullen, Mickael Barzalona and Zac Purton, in the Longines International Jockeys' Championship at Happy Valley today. Read More...

Alexander off to a flyer in Hexham family affair

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
NICK ALEXANDER has already enjoyed a good week having recorded his first ever treble at Ayr on Monday, and the trainer has another clutch of runners at Hexham on Wednesday, with four all out of the same mare. Read More...

Alexander keeping it in the family at Hexham

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
NICK ALEXANDER has already enjoyed a good week having recorded his first ever treble at Ayr on Monday, and the trainer has another clutch of runners at Hexham on Wednesday, with four all out of the same mare. Read More...

Clares Rocket ‘back safe and sound’ says Holland

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
GARDA on Wednesday morning said Clares Rocket "has been found and is safe and well." Read More...

Garda report star greyhound ‘found and is safe and well’

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
GARDA on Wednesday morning said Clares Rocket "has been found and is safe and well." Read More...

Yanworth well equipped to go two-mile route says Geraghty

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
BARRY GERAGHTY believes Yanworth is better equipped than he was for going down the Champion Hurdle route, which has become the preferred option for the JP McManus-owned six-year-old. Read More...

Geraghty confident Yanworth can drop back in trip

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
BARRY GERAGHTY believes Yanworth is better equipped than he was for going down the Champion Hurdle route, which has become the preferred option for the JP McManus-owned six-year-old. Read More...

Jim Best rehearing verdict due on Monday

Racing Post | 1 day ago
A VERDICT on whether trainer Jim Best ordered two horses to be stopped will be announced on Monday, December 12, it was confirmed by the BHA on Tuesday. Read More...

Shock as 1m greyhound taken in Shergar-style theft

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THE greyhound racing community has been rocked to its core by the news that superstar Clares Rocket has been abducted from the kennels of trainer Graham Holland in County Tipperary. Read More...

Five of the best from 60 Hennessy renewals

Racing Post | 1 day ago
After the announcement that Hennessy have ended their 60-year association with Newbury's feature chase, we reflect on five of the best renewals of the race. Read More...

Five of the best from 60 years of the Hennessy Gold Cup

Racing Post | 1 day ago
After the announcement that Hennessy have ended their 60-year association with Newbury's feature chase, we reflect on five of the best renewals of the race. Read More...

Djakadam and Hercules could face off in John Durkan

Racing Post | 1 day ago
DJAKADAM, runner-up in the last two runnings of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, could face stern opposition from within his own camp in Sunday's Grade 1 John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown. Read More...

Hong Kong Stuey: Confidence despite Takedown’s trip

Racing Post | 1 day ago
AUSTRALIAN sprinter Takedown was invited to take part in the Sprint only after Profitable's withdrawal but his trainer, the colourful Gary Moore, sways between confident and convinced that his once overlooked four-year-old will win. Read More...

Hong Kong diary: Confidence despite Takedown’s tough trip

Racing Post | 1 day ago
AUSTRALIAN sprinter Takedown was invited to take part in the Sprint only after Profitable's withdrawal but his trainer, the colourful Gary Moore, sways between confident and convinced that his once overlooked four-year-old will win. Read More...

Hong Kong diary: Confidence despite Takedown’s trip

Racing Post | 1 day ago
AUSTRALIAN sprinter Takedown was invited to take part in the Sprint only after Profitable's withdrawal but his trainer, the colourful Gary Moore, sways between confident and convinced that his once overlooked four-year-old will win. Read More...

Greyhound world in shock as top dog abducted

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THE greyhound world has been rocked by the news that Clares Rocket, arguably the fastest greyhound seen for many years, has been abducted from the kennels of trainer Graham Holland in Tipperary. Read More...

Hennessy end 60-year association with Newbury chase

Racing Post | 1 day ago
HENNESSY confirmed on Tuesday their 60-year association with the Newbury's feature handicap chase, won by Native River last month, has come to an end - with Ladbrokes-Coral expected to be taking over the sponsorship. Read More...

Surf & Turf: Get your daily dose of top bantz from these podcasts

Racing Post | 1 day ago
LISTENING just won't die. No matter how big the screen on your phone gets, there are things you don't need to look at. Thus radio is a survivor - unsurprising when you consider its uses. Read More...

O’Brien: Landofhopeandglory on the right track

Racing Post | 1 day ago
JOSEPH O'BRIEN believes JCB Triumph Hurdle favourite Landofhopeandglory is "on the right track" following the J P McManus-owned three-year-old's victory in the Grade 3 Bar One Racing Juvenile Hurdle on Sunday. Read More...

Taquin set for Cheltenham rematch with Village Vic

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THE Jonjo O'Neill-trained Taquin Du Seuil is on course for the Grade 3 Caspian Caviar Gold Cup at Cheltenham on Saturday when he will bid to emulate the stable's Exotic Dancer, who ten years ago doubled up in the valuable handicap after winning Read More...

Uttoxeter goes ahead after inspection brought forward

Racing Post | 2 days ago
THIS afternoon's meeting at Uttoxeter has been the given the go ahead after a planned inspection at 8am was brought forward. Read More...

Uttoxeter officials monitoring visibility ahead of racing

Racing Post | 2 days ago
THIS afternoon's meeting at Uttoxeter has been the given the go ahead after a planned inspection at 8am was brought forward. Read More...

Henderson looking to pitch Tent at Cheltenham

Racing Post | 2 days ago
LAST season Nicky Henderson was unable to get My Tent Or Yours to the track until the Champion Hurdle when he ran a massive race to be second. Read More...

More silverware for miraculous Minding at HRI Awards

Racing Post | 2 days ago
MULTIPLE Group 1 winner Minding added yet another title to her jam-packed CV on Monday when she was crowned Horse of the Year at the Horse Racing Ireland Awards at Leopardstown racecourse. Read More...

Racing Post lands triple success at HWPA Awards

Racing Post | 2 days ago
THE Racing Post's Tom Ker has been crowned Racing Writer of the Year, while colleagues Edward Whitaker and Patrick McCann were also among the winners, at the 50th annual Horserace Writers & Photographers' Association Derby Awards in London. Read More...

Ascot defence could be next for Un De Sceaux

Racing Post | 2 days ago
A TRIP to Ascot to defend his Sodexo Clarence House Chase title or a step up in trip could be next on the agenda for Saturday's Tingle Creek hero Un De Sceaux. Read More...

Ascot defence could be next for Sandown hero Sceaux

Racing Post | 2 days ago
A TRIP to Ascot to defend his Sodexo Clarence House Chase title or a step up in trip could be next on the agenda for Saturday's Tingle Creek hero Un De Sceaux. Read More...

Five things to note for the week ahead

Racing Post | 2 days ago
We look at some of the potential storylines for this week's racing Read More...

Walker hoping to net first Group 1 after Lambourn switch

Racing Post | 2 days ago
CAPTURING a first Group 1 is Ed Walker's main objective for 2017 and the trainer hopes his recent move to Lambourn can help him achieve that ambition. Read More...

Skelton: proven Clouds can regain National

Racing Post | 2 days ago
DAN SKELTON believes Many Clouds can become the first horse since Red Rum to regain the Grand National after a taking winning return to action at Aintree on Saturday. Read More...

USA: City set for Royal Ascot return after Matriarch win

Racing Post | 2 days ago
A THIRD visit to Royal Ascot next year is on the cards for Miss Temple City (Graham Motion/Edgar Prado), who completed a Grade 1 treble for 2016 with a last-gasp success in the Matriarch. Read More...

Overnight frost claims Ludlow meeting

Racing Post | 3 days ago
THIS afternoon's meeting at Ludlow has been cancelled due to frost with temperatures dropping to -4C overnight. Read More...

Australia: Doyle off to a flyer and may extend stay

Racing Post | 3 days ago
JAMES DOYLE is contemplating extending his unexpected stay in Australia for Godolphin after steering a double at Rosehill on Saturday. Read More...

Five things we learned from the weekend racing

Racing Post | 3 days ago
We look back on the lessons learned and potential implications from Saturday and Sunday's big races. Read More...

Japan: Sound True storms home for Champions Cup win

Racing Post | 3 days ago
SOUND TRUE (Noboru Takagi/ Takuya Ono) produced a strong late burst to overhaul favourite Awardee and win this prestigious contest formerly known as the Japan Cup Dirt. Read More...

Airlie Beach’s tryst with the gelding packing a surprise

Racing Post | 3 days ago
WILLIE MULLINS' Closutton Stables: the dominant jumps operation of our age, academy of numerous outstanding hurdlers and chasers, hallowed ground for turf enthusiasts. Read More...

Drinmore 1-2 for McManus as Coney Island strikes

Racing Post | 3 days ago
GIGGINSTOWN HOUSE STUD had dominated the Drinmore Novice' Chase in recent years, but it was Ireland's other leading owner JP McManus who was smiling after Coney Island led home a green and gold one-two at Fairyhouse on Sunday. Read More...