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USA: Godolphin’s Cairo Prince out of Kentucky Derby

Racing Post | 4 hours ago
Godolphin's one-time ante-post favourite Cairo Prince is injured and will miss the Kentucky Derby. Read More...

Scoop6 expected to exceed 4m next weekend

Racing Post | 8 hours ago
NEXT weekend the biggest ever Scoop6 win dividend will be up for grabs and Betfred expect the combined pool to exceed £4 million as the bet rolled over for the eighth consecutive week. Read More...

112 tickets remain as Scoop6 reaches halfway stage

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
HALFWAY through the biggest Scoop6 in history Carlton Jack's victory in leg three at 9-1 has left just 112 units in contention for a potential £1.5 million payday, which could be doubled should next week's bonus fund also be won. Read More...

Monster Scoop6 rolls over after just four legs

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
WITH two legs of a monster Scoop6 still remaining the final punters in contention were eliminated from a potential £1.5 million payday after the victory in leg four for Streams Of Whiskey, an 18-1 shot with the bookies. Read More...

1,948 tickets remain in Scoop6 after two legs

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
THERE was a shock in the very first leg of the biggest Scoop6 in history, with the Sue Smith-trained 16-1 shot No Planning decimating the bet and leaving only 12,851 tickets remaining. Read More...

Scoop6 reaches record total with an hour to go

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
WITH exactly an hour until the first race today's Scoop6 has already become the biggest combined fund in the history of the bet, with the £3,549,438 won in March 2009 already eclipsed. Read More...

Saturday’s Pricewise Extra advice

Racing Post | 16 hours ago
This bank holiday weekend we are offering our premium tipping service for free. Pricewise Extra is just one of the features you can enjoy with racingpost.com's Ultimate membership. Read More...

Appleby sweet on claims of Deauville winner Zibelina

Racing Post | 17 hours ago
A LATE Easter is sure to have benefited the eight fillies who go to post for a strong renewal of a Listed contest in which Godolphin's Zibelina escapes a penalty, despite winning a Group 3 at Deauville last August. Read More...

Williams: in-form King Massini can win off this mark

Racing Post | 17 hours ago
EVAN WILLIAMS is confident his King Massini can bounce back from falling in the Baylis & Harding Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last month. Read More...

Japan: Apollo Maverick far too good in Nakayama Grand Jump

Racing Post | 17 hours ago
CONNECTIONS of Apollo Maverick (Masahiro Horii/Yusuke Igarashi) expected a big performance in the Nakayama Grand Jump and the five-year-old delivered in style when recording a five-length win in one of the world's richest jumps races. Read More...

It’s A Dundeel stars in Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Racing Post | 18 hours ago
CARLTON HOUSE made a valiant attempt to win the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the race named in honour of his royal owner, but after trying to make all he was run down in the straight and was well beaten in third behind the outstanding It's A Dundeel. Read More...

It’s A Dundeel stars in Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Racing Post | 18 hours ago
CARLTON HOUSE made a valiant attempt to win the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the race named in honour of his royal owner, but after trying to make all he was run down in the straight and was well beaten in third behind the outstanding It's A Dundeel. Read More...

Australia: It’s A Dundeel stars in Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Racing Post | 18 hours ago
CARLTON HOUSE made a valiant attempt to win the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, the race named in honour of his royal owner, but after trying to make all he was run down in the straight and was well beaten in third behind the outstanding It's A Dundeel. Read More...

Australia: Stunning Sydney Cup win for The Offer

Racing Post | 19 hours ago
THE OFFER (Gai Waterhouse/Tommy Berry) sprinted clear inside the final furlong to win the Group 1 Sydney Cup by nearly four lengths at Randwick on Saturday Read More...

Australia: Stunning Sydney Cup success for The Offer

Racing Post | 19 hours ago
THE OFFER (Gai Waterhouse/Tommy Berry) sprinted clear inside the final furlong to win the Group 1 Sydney Cup by nearly four lengths at Randwick on Saturday. Read More...

Supersized Scoop6 pools set to hit 3 million

Racing Post | 1 day ago
COMBINED Scoop6 pools of as much as £3 million await punters on Saturday with the bet's organisers Betfred offering odds of only 4-6 that the win fund will be toppled. Read More...

Noseda’s gutsy Grandeur grabs the Easter Classic

Racing Post | 1 day ago
GRANDEUR lived up to his name with a win when it mattered most to atone for his flop as red-hot favourite for the Winter Derby over course and distance last month. Read More...

Noseda’s gutsy Grandeur grabs the Easter Classic

Racing Post | 1 day ago
GRANDEUR lived up to his name with a win when it mattered most to atone for his flop as red-hot favourite for the Winter Derby over course and distance last month. Read More...

Lingfield: Noseda’s gutsy Grandeur grabs the Easter Classic

Racing Post | 1 day ago
GRANDEUR lived up to his name with a win when it mattered most to atone for his flop as red-hot favourite for the Winter Derby over course and distance last month. Read More...

Doyle keeps his nerve to pounce on Captain Cat

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE may be £1 million at stake on All-Weather Championships day but jockey James Doyle showed a nerve well suited for the big occasion when bringing Captain Cat from way out the back to win the Mile at 4-1. Read More...

Lingfield: Doyle keeps his nerve to pounce on Captain Cat

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE may be £1 million at stake on All-Weather Championships day but jockey James Doyle showed a nerve well suited for the big occasion when bringing Captain Cat from way out the back to win the Mile at 4-1. Read More...

Lingfield: Doyle keeps his nerve to pounce on Captain

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE may be £1 million at stake on All-Weather Championships day but jockey James Doyle showed a nerve well suited for the big occasion when bringing Captain Cat from way out the back to win the Mile at 4-1. Read More...

Owen denied at the death as Alben sprouts wings

Racing Post | 1 day ago
MICHAEL OWEN will know the feeling all too well but this time was on the receiving end of a late, late sucker punch as Alben Star overhauled the former England footballer's runner Trinityelitedotcom to win the Sprint. Read More...

Litigant leaves it late to secure the Marathon

Racing Post | 1 day ago
AFTER a dream run through the longest race on Good Friday Litigant gave favourite backers a late scare and looked set to lose out when hanging in behind Arch Villain close home, but George Baker was at his best to ensure a well-received win. Read More...

Ertijaal cleans up to enhance Guineas claims

Racing Post | 1 day ago
CLASSIC prospect Eritjaal enhanced his claims to a pop at the Qipco 2,000 Guineas next month with a cosy win over the course and distance of his Spring Cup triumph in March. Read More...

Musselburgh: Photo finish agony for Borderlescott

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE was heartbreak for Borderlescott as the 12-year-old missed out on victory in his own race at Musselburgh by a nose when pipped to the post by Smoothtalkinrascal in a photo finish. Read More...

Photo finish agony for Borderlescott in his own race

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE was heartbreak for Borderslescott in the race named in his honour as a powerful surge to the finish by Smoothtalkinrascal denied the 12-year-old by a nose in a photo finish. Read More...

Photo finish agony for Borderlescott in his own race

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE was heartbreak for Borderlescott as the 12-year-old missed out on victory in his own race at Musselburgh by a nose when pipped to the post by Smoothtalkinrascal in a photo finish. Read More...

Musselburgh: Photo finish agony for old-timer Borderlescott

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THERE was heartbreak for Borderlescott as the 12-year-old missed out on victory in his own race at Musselburgh by a nose when pipped to the post by Smoothtalkinrascal in a photo finish. Read More...

Kirby looks the champ as Living The Life storms it

Racing Post | 1 day ago
ADAM KIRBY is about to be crowned all-weather champion jockey for the second consecutive season and gave a resounding display of riding his rivals to sleep with a fine winning performance on Living The Life to grab the first prize of £93,375. Read More...

Viewpoint makes history as first Good Friday winner

Racing Post | 1 day ago
THE honour of winning the first race ever staged in Britain on Good Friday went to the Richard Hannon-trained Viewpoint, ridden by 3lb apprentice Cam Hardie. Read More...

Crowds pour into Good Friday raceday venues

Racing Post | 2 days ago
RACEGOERS were flooding into Lingfield and Musselburgh racecourses at lunchtime on Good Friday to take part in a piece of sporting history. Read More...

Blog: Unearthing some surefire winners while waiting for Wills & Kate

Racing Post | 2 days ago
BELIEVE ME, these are not the words I expected to be writing. But for the first time since the Silver Jubilee in 1977, I have spent a large proportion of today lining the streets waiting for royalty. Read More...

Robin Hoods Bay bids to follow up Winter Derby win

Racing Post | 2 days ago
A FEATURE worth £200,000 brings the inaugural championships to a climax at Lingfield on Friday, and a strong field contains plenty of Winter Derby graduates, including the 10-1 winner Robin Hoods Bay. Read More...

France: Spiritjim wins back on favoured track

Racing Post | 2 days ago
CHRISTOPHE SOUMILLON needed to be at his trongest as Spiritjim (Pascal Bary) wore down Au Revoir and Maxime Guyon to land a race which has plenty of recent pedigree in finding future Group winners. Read More...

Australia: Queen’s Carlton House seeks royal victory

Racing Post | 2 days ago
HOPES are high for a famous royal victory on Satuday when Carlton House, third in the 2011 Derby when trained by Sir Michael Stoute, bids to give the Queen a memorable triumph in the race named in her honour at Royal Randwick in Sydney. Read More...

Lingfield gears up for historic 1 million Good Friday meeting

Racing Post | 2 days ago
SPORTING history will be made at Lingfield and Musselburgh on Friday as for the first time ever race meetings are staged in Britain on Good Friday. Read More...

Powell to face BHA over Battle Group whip use

Racing Post | 2 days ago
JOCKEY Brendan Powell is to face a BHA inquiry next Friday in connection with his ride on Battle Group in last Saturday's Coral Scottish Grand National at Ayr. Read More...

Toormore still unbeaten after Craven victory

Racing Post | 2 days ago
LAST season's champion two-year-old Toormore came through his Qipco 2,000 Guineas trial with unbeaten record preserved, while second-favourite Be Ready came home dead last. Read More...

Newmarket: Toormore still unbeaten after Craven victory

Racing Post | 2 days ago
LAST season's champion two-year-old Toormore came through his Qipco 2,000 Guineas trial with his unbeaten record preserved, while second-favourite Be Ready finished dead last. Read More...

Hamza battles back to take Abernant win

Racing Post | 2 days ago
HAMZA showed the heart of a lion to rally back for victory after being headed by Es Que Love, while favourite Aljamaaheer made up oodles of ground late on but could only finish third. Read More...

Newmarket: Hamza battles back to take Abernant win

Racing Post | 2 days ago
HAMZA showed the heart of a lion to rally back for victory after being headed by Es Que Love, while favourite Aljamaaheer made up oodles of ground late on but could only finish third. Read More...

Ground concerns make Sire a maybe for Sandown race

Racing Post | 2 days ago
SIRE DE GRUGY's participation in Sandown's end-of-season jumps meeting a week on Saturday is in the balance after his owner said the Champion Chase winner would only run on ground the soft side of good. Read More...

Reward tracks that help racing says Jockey Club

Racing Post | 3 days ago
THE Jockey Club has called for greater meritocracy within British racing and a formalisation of the relationship between the sport's main stakeholders in its annual review for 2014. Read More...

Dropping speedy Aljamaaheer in trip has Varian excited

Racing Post | 3 days ago
ROGER VARIAN is not short on quality in the sprinting department but feels Aljamaaheer could prove to be the best of a talented bunch. Read More...

Blog: The world’s richest races, but no British runners

Racing Post | 3 days ago
Nicholas Godfrey is in Australia for the inaugural Championships, the southern hemisphere's richest racing festival. Read his latest dispatch. Read More...

Frank Stronach leading medication reform in US

Racing Post | 3 days ago
FRANK STRONACH, whose Stronach Group owns several leading American tracks including Santa Anita, Gulfstream Park and Pimlico, has announced his courses will introduce measures to try and eliminate drug abuse within the sport in America. Read More...

Racetrack king Stronach leads drug reform in US

Racing Post | 3 days ago
FRANK STRONACH, whose Stronach Group owns several leading American tracks including Santa Anita, Gulfstream Park and Pimlico, has announced his courses will introduce measures to try and eliminate drug abuse within the sport in America. Read More...

Toormore bids to pick up 2,000 Guineas gauntlet

Racing Post | 3 days ago
SINCE Saturday's stunning success plaudits have poured upon the spring's hottest property. Kingman is very much the one to beat in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas but something may beat him. That something could be Toormore. Read More...

Walsh to ride out for first time since horror fall

Racing Post | 3 days ago
IRISH champion jockey-elect Ruby Walsh is set to ride out for the first time since March this weekend as he bids to return to the saddle in time to partner a plethora of well-fancied horses for Willie Mullins at the Punchestown festival. Read More...