Racing Post

USA: Arrogate ‘right on schedule’ for Pegasus World Cup

Racing Post | 4 days ago
TRAINER Bob Baffert declared that Arrogate is 'right on schedule' for the Pegasus World Cup and a rematch with California Chrome, after the Breeders' Cup Classic winner was put through a six-furlong workout at Santa Anita on Sunday. Read More...

Kempton campaign group planning protests and pressure

Racing Post | 4 days ago
A CAMPAIGN group set up to stop plans to sell off Kempton racecourse for housing has promised protests at the Cheltenham Festival and outside the Jockey Club's head office in London. Read More...

Hunter chase error sees amateur Gittin banned for days

Racing Post | 4 days ago
Amateur rider Dougie Gittins was hit with a ten-day ban at Kelso on Sunday after stewards felt he could have won the hunter chase if he had not mistaken the winning post. Read More...

Ten-day ban for amateur Gittins after hunter chase error

Racing Post | 4 days ago
Amateur rider Dougie Gittins was hit with a ten-day ban at Kelso on Sunday after stewards felt he could have won the hunter chase if he had not mistaken the winning post. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: Show us the sums for Kempton

Racing Post | 4 days ago
THE planned closure of Kempton has generated enormous heat. Read More...

Cheltenham next for winning machine Tobefair

Racing Post | 4 days ago
DEBRA HAMER has been training since 1992. She has saddled 79 winners in that time, currently has eight horses in training, two members of staff - excluding her and her husband - and, in Saturday's ITV Racing winner Tobefair, the horse of a lifetime. Read More...

Fairyhouse: Elliott and Kennedy land another big prize

Racing Post | 5 days ago
GIGGINSTOWN, Gordon Elliott and Jack Kennedy struck in the big race on successive Sundays as Ball D'Arc justified favouritism. Read More...

Elliott and Kennedy land another big prize with Ball D’Arc

Racing Post | 5 days ago
GIGGINSTOWN, Gordon Elliott and Jack Kennedy struck in the big race on successive Sundays as Ball D'Arc justified favouritism. Read More...

Henderson: Altior will not run in Clarence House

Racing Post | 5 days ago
NICKY HENDERSON has confirmed Altior will not run in Saturday's Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase, with next month's Betfair Exchange Game Spirit Chase his likely stepping stone to the Cheltenham Festival. Read More...

The Extra Edge advice on Sunday

Racing Post | 5 days ago
Pietro Innocenzi is The Extra Edge on Sunday Read More...

Nicholls: Kempton closure plans fill me with dread

Racing Post | 5 days ago
CHAMPION jumps trainer Paul Nicholls said on Sunday he "dreads" the thought of Kempton closing and added he hoped the The Jockey Club's plans for the course did not come to fruition. Read More...

Pricewise Extra advice for Sunday

Racing Post | 5 days ago
Tom Segal is Pricewise Extra on Sunday Read More...

Walsh to take over from ‘sore’ Fehily on Baltimore Rock

Racing Post | 5 days ago
RUBY WALSH is set to take the ride on British raider Baltimore Rock in the lucrative Bar One Racing Dan Moore Memorial Handicap Chase at Fairyhouse on Sunday, replacing Noel Fehily who was injured in a fall at Warwick on Saturday. Read More...

Kennedy aiming to keep ball rolling with D’Arc at Fairyhouse

Racing Post | 5 days ago
JACK KENNEDY has looked born for the big stage of late. Seven days ago he guided Death Duty to Grade 1 glory at Naas and today the 17-year-old will be on board Ball D'Arc at Fairyhouse. Read More...

Kelso gets go-ahead after improvement in conditions

Racing Post | 5 days ago
TODAY'S meeting at Kelso has been given the go-ahead after milder weather arrived overnight. Read More...

Lack of support forces Stubbs to quit training ranks

Racing Post | 5 days ago
KRISTIN STUBBS has followed her most successful year as a trainer by making it her last after being forced to quit the profession due to lack of support. Read More...

One For Arthur strikes Classic blow for the north

Racing Post | 6 days ago
CONDITIONS at Aintree in the spring will be different from the gloom of a damp Warwick in January, but connections of One For Arthur will never forget where their Grand National dream was born. Read More...

Warwick: One For Arthur strikes Classic blow for the north

Racing Post | 6 days ago
CONDITIONS at Aintree in the spring will be different from the gloom of a damp Warwick in January, but connections of One For Arthur will never forget where their Grand National dream was born. Read More...

One For Arthur strikes Classic blow for north

Racing Post | 6 days ago
ONE FOR ARTHUR was a commanding winner of Warwick's most valuable race under a confident ride by jockey Derek Fox. Read More...

Warwick: Court justifies support to land Neptune trial

Racing Post | 6 days ago
BEN PAULING'S Willoughby Court justified a significant market move to land the Grade 2 novice hurdle under an aggressive ride from the front by David Bass. Read More...

Warwick: Court justifies support to land Neptune trial

Racing Post | 6 days ago
BEN PAULING'S Willoughby Court justified a significant market move to land the Grade 2 novice hurdle under an aggressive ride from the front by David Bass. Read More...

Smooth travelling Modus claims Lanzarote success

Racing Post | 6 days ago
MODUS ran out a ready winner to hand his trainer Paul Nicholls a third Lanzarote victory in ten years and jockey Barry Geraghty a second. Read More...

Kempton: Modus claims smooth Lanzarote success

Racing Post | 6 days ago
MODUS ran out a ready winner to hand his trainer Paul Nicholls a third Lanzarote victory in ten years and jockey Barry Geraghty a second. Read More...

Any Second Now denies Mome in Moscow Flyer

Racing Post | 6 days ago
WILLIE MULLINS was denied a fifth successive victory in this Grade 2 novice hurdle, which has been won by Vautour, Min and Douvan in the past three years, with Ted Walsh's Any Second Now staying on strongly to deny the Mullins-trained odds-on favour Read More...

Punchestown: Any Second Now cracks Mome

Racing Post | 6 days ago
WILLIE MULLINS was denied a fifth successive victory in this Grade 2 novice hurdle, which has been won by Vautour, Min and Douvan in the past three years, with Ted Walsh's Any Second Now staying on strongly to deny the Mullins-trained odds-on favour Read More...

Punchestown: Any Second Now cracks Mome in Flyer

Racing Post | 6 days ago
WILLIE MULLINS was denied a fifth successive victory in this Grade 2 novice hurdle, which has been won by Vautour, Min and Douvan in the past three years, with Ted Walsh's Any Second Now staying on strongly to deny the Mullins-trained odds-on favour Read More...

Frozen ground forces Fakenham to cancel Sunday card

Racing Post | 6 days ago
FAKENHAM's meeting on Sunday has been cancelled with the track frozen in places and the forecast offering little encouragement for conditions to improve. Read More...

Support continues for Lanzarote gamble Chesterfield

Racing Post | 6 days ago
THE tide of support for Chesterfield in this afternoon's 32Red Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle at Kempton shows no sign of stopping, with the Seamus Mullins-trained seven-year-old halving in price to 7-1 in the space of 24 hours. Read More...

Australia: Doyle rules Randwick with fantastic four-timer

Racing Post | 6 days ago
GODOLPHIN jockey James Doyle has stamped his world class credentials with a four-timer at Randwick. Read More...

The Briefing: key betting news, going and non-runners

Racing Post | 6 days ago
Racing has beaten the elements to deliver a full programme of fixtures. Read More...

All systems go as Wetherby cancels morning inspection

Racing Post | 6 days ago
THERE will be a full set of fixtures on Saturday after Wetherby, the only meeting subject to an inspection, cancelled the need for the morning check. Read More...

Government confirms plans for reform of the levy from April 1

Racing Post | 6 days ago
BRITISH racing has had the news it was waiting for as the government on Friday confirmed plans to ensure all gambling operators taking bets on the sport contribute to its finances from April 1 through a reformed levy system. Read More...

Government confirms plans for reform of the levy

Racing Post | 6 days ago
BRITISH racing has had the news it was waiting for as the government on Friday confirmed plans to ensure all gambling operators taking bets on the sport contribute to its finances from April 1 through a reformed levy system. Read More...

Why always Kempton? Eight curious incidents

Racing Post | 6 days ago
Though it is never likely to be put on the list of reasons against its proposed closure, few courses have borne witness to as many wacky episodes in recent years as Kempton. Read More...

Tough races to overcome in search of Scoop6 prize

Racing Post | 6 days ago
KEMPTON'S 32Red Lanzarote Hurdle and Warwick's Betfred Classic Chase are just two of the races punters will need to find the winner of to claim a share of this week's bumper Scoop6. Read More...

Saturday racing: what’s on TV and who to watch

Racing Post | 6 days ago
UNLESS you are returning from having spent a week on the moon, you will have read and heard plenty about Kempton Park this week and you can expect more of the same on Saturday with racing coming from the Sunbury venue. Read More...

Saturday meetings set to go ahead despite cold

Racing Post | 6 days ago
PRECAUTIONARY measures taken by Kempton, Warwick and Wetherby are likely to result in a full day of racing on Saturday, although Wetherby will need to pass an inspection at 8am. Read More...

The wrath of Kerr: racing writer of the year slams JCR

Racing Post | 7 days ago
YOU CAN almost imagine how the grandees on the Jockey Club board convinced themselves it was a good idea to sell off one of the sport's most treasured racecourses for housing. Read More...

Top chaser Valseur Lido likely to miss rest of season

Racing Post | 7 days ago
JUST two days after calling time on the brilliant career of Don Cossack, Gigginstown House Stud were dealt another blow after it emerged top chaser Valseur Lido is likely to miss rest of season. Read More...

Sire De Grugy likely to go to Newbury rather than Ascot

Racing Post | 7 days ago
GARY MOORE has revealed Sire De Grugy is likely to skip next week's Grade 1 Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase at Ascot in favour of the Grade 2 Game Spirit Chase at Newbury next month. Read More...

Moore set to wait for Game Spirit for Sire De Grugy

Racing Post | 7 days ago
GARY MOORE has revealed Sire De Grugy is likely to skip next week's Grade 1 Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase at Ascot in favour of the Grade 2 Game Spirit Chase at Newbury next month. Read More...

Walsh puts weight behind Kempton proposals

Racing Post | 7 days ago
TOP jockey Ruby Walsh has said that the proposed redevelopment of Kempton Park is likely to benefit racing in the long term. Read More...

Sedgefield abandoned but Huntingdon fit to race

Racing Post | 7 days ago
FRIDAY'S meeting at Sedgefield has been abandoned after the course was left unraceable due to heavy snow but racing at Huntingdon goes ahead after the course passed an 8am inspection. Read More...

Sedgefield cancelled but Huntingdon fit to race

Racing Post | 7 days ago
FRIDAY'S meeting at Sedgefield has been abandoned after the course was left unraceable due to heavy snow but racing at Huntingdon goes ahead after the course passed an 8am inspection. Read More...

Cold snap forces Sedgefield off as tracks call checks

Racing Post | 7 days ago
FRIDAY'S meeting at Sedgefield has been abandoned after the course was left unraceable due to heavy snow but racing at Huntingdon goes ahead after the course passed an 8am inspection. Read More...

Racing at Sedgefield abandoned due to snow

Racing Post | 7 days ago
FRIDAY'S meeting at Sedgefield has been abandoned after the course was left unraceable due to heavy snow. Read More...

Paddy Power non-runner, no bet for festival features

Racing Post | 1 week ago
PADDY POWER have gone non-runner, no bet on the four championship races at this year's Cheltenham Festival with doubts surrounding the destination of some of the leading contenders for the races. Read More...

Paddy Power offer non-runner, no bet on festival features

Racing Post | 1 week ago
PADDY POWER have gone non-runner, no bet on the four championship races at this year's Cheltenham Festival with doubts surrounding the destination of some of the leading contenders for the races. Read More...

Paddy Power non-runner, no bet for Festival championship races

Racing Post | 1 week ago
PADDY POWER have gone non-runner, no bet on the four championship races at this year's Cheltenham Festival with doubts surrounding the destination of some of the leading contenders for the races. Read More...

MPs voice concerns over Kempton development

Racing Post | 1 week ago
KWASI KWARTENG, the Conservative MP for the Spelthorne seat that includes Kempton Park, has been among those to voice opposition to the plan to close the track when the matter was discussed in the House of Commons on Thursday. Read More...