Racing Post

Sanus out to show Guineas credentials in Tyros Stakes

Racing Post | 6 days ago
SANUS PER AQUAM, winner of both his starts and at the head of the market for the Qipco 2,000 Guineas, has the chance to confirm the big impression he made when winning over course and distance last month. Read More...

Martin turns to old hands in quest for more Galway glory

Racing Post | 6 days ago
TONY MARTIN is putting the finishing touches to a 20-strong team led by stable stalwarts Quick Jack and Ted Veale for next week’s Galway festival. Read More...

Injured Moore set to be out for rest of year

Racing Post | 6 days ago
Ryan Moore is facing the prospect of writing off the rest of the year as he recovers from a neck injury sustained in the stalls at Newmarket this month. Read More...

Bookings suggest Kirby has lost Postponed ride

Racing Post | 7 days ago
ADAM KIRBY looks set for a surprise visit to Newmarket on Saturday amid speculation Andrea Atzeni will replace him aboard Postponed in Ascot's midsummer showpiece, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Read More...

Atzeni to replace Kirby on Postponed in King George

Racing Post | 7 days ago
ANDREA ATZENI will replace Adam Kirby on Postponed in Ascot's midsummer showpiece on Saturday, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Read More...

St Leger draws lowest entries in ten years

Racing Post | 7 days ago
THE lowest field of entries for the Ladbrokes St Leger in ten years has been announced, with 29 entrants for the season's final Classic on September 12 being headed by the sponsor's 5-1 favourite Storm The Stars. Read More...

Callan makes British return at Sandown

Racing Post | 7 days ago
NEIL CALLAN, who has just enjoyed his best campaign in Hong Kong, is back in action in Britain for the first time since August at Sandown this evening. Read More...

32Red report strong trading in first half of 2015

Racing Post | 7 days ago
ONLINE gaming and betting company 32Red have reported strong trading for the first half of 2015 in an update issued on Wednesday. Read More...

Julian Muscat: Drama over staff could turn into crisis

Racing Post | 7 days ago
PICTURE the scene as a representative of Racing Plc enters the Dragon's Den in the quest for investors into a new business project. Read More...

Buick slams Chelmsford surface after first fixture back

Racing Post | 7 days ago
WILLIAM BUICK has hit out at the state of Chelmsford's all-weather surface, despite the troubled track being rewaxed recently. Read More...

Buick slams Chelmsford surface after first fixture back

Racing Post | 7 days ago
WILLIAM BUICK has hit out at the state of Chelmsford's all-weather surface, despite the troubled track being rewaxed recently. Read More...

Excited Fellowes hopes Salvo can fire in Princess Margaret

Racing Post | 7 days ago
CHARLIE FELLOWES, who seeks a first Group victory in Saturday's Princess Margaret Juddmonte Stakes at Ascot with Salvo, gave her fans plenty of encouragement on Wednesday, saying he "couldn't be happier" with her. Read More...

Excited Fellowes hopes Salvo can fire in Princess Margaret

Racing Post | 7 days ago
CHARLIE FELLOWES, who seeks a first Group victory in Saturday's Princess Margaret Juddmonte Stakes at Ascot with Salvo, gave her fans plenty of encouragement on Wednesday, saying he "couldn't be happier" with her. Read More...

14-1 shot Telescope a doubt for King George

Racing Post | 7 days ago
TELESCOPE, beaten favourite when second in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes 12 months ago, is a doubt for this year's race. Read More...

Telescope ruled out of King George after setback

Racing Post | 7 days ago
TELESCOPE, beaten favourite when second in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes 12 months ago, will miss this year's race after suffering a setback. Read More...

14-1 shot Telescope ruled out of King George after setback

Racing Post | 7 days ago
TELESCOPE, beaten favourite when second in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes 12 months ago, will miss this year's race after suffering a setback. Read More...

Triple Crown hero Pharoah stars in Vogue magazine

Racing Post | 1 week ago
AMERICAN PHAROAH, who made history by becoming the first horse in 37 years to win the US Triple Crown last month, continues to capture the imagination Stateside and is set to appear in the pages of top fashion magazine Vogue. Read More...

Critics give Britain at the Bookies mixed reception

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE first episode of BBC1’s new three-part documentary, Britain at the Bookies, received a mixed reception from national newspaper critics. Read More...

Forget Telescope’s Royal Ascot flop, Moore urges

Racing Post | 1 week ago
RYAN MOORE has told Sir Michael Stoute to put a line through Telescope’s performance in the Hardwicke Stakes because the pace the race was run at did not suit the horse. Read More...

Spain: Racing to resume after eight month dispute

Racing Post | 1 week ago
SAN SEBASTIAN will on Sunday stage the country's first full race meeting since November in a rare piece of good news for the beleaguered local racing community. Read More...

Lynch dreaming of maiden Classic with Medrano

Racing Post | 1 week ago
FERGAL LYNCH, who this month appeared in a BHA integrity education video warning against the risks of becoming involved in corrupt practices, is hoping his resurgence can culminate in Classic glory on Medrano. Read More...

Dog caught in illegal snare at Warwick racecourse

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WARWICK is working with police and local authorities after a dog was caught in an illegal snare trap on the course on Friday. Read More...

Goodwood liked and followed but somehow not so glorious

Racing Post | 1 week ago
REMEMBER that academic paper from Princeton last year, 'Epidemiological modeling of online social network dynamics'? It concluded Facebook was like an infectious disease that would be wiped out by 2017. Read More...

Colin Russell: Racecourses rule supreme

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WHICH is the most influential body in racing: the BHA, the major bookmakers or the Horsemen's Group? The answer, none of them - it's the racecourses. Read More...

Tennis dominates sports betting integrity alerts

Racing Post | 1 week ago
TENNIS dominated the sports betting integrity alerts in the latest report from industry integrity body Essa. Read More...

Living wage ‘to damage shop profits’

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THIS month's Budget may not have contained any duty increases for bookmakers but it still contained bad news for the sector, according to betting industry consultant Warwick Bartlett. Read More...

Commission finds no evidence of illegal sites

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE Gambling Commission has found no evidence of a black market having been created following the introduction of the Gambling (Licensing and Advertising) Act 2014. Read More...

Ladbrokes and Coral could be close to agreeing merger

Racing Post | 1 week ago
LADBROKES and Gala Coral are reportedly close to agreeing the terms of a merger that would create Britain's biggest betting shop operator. Read More...

Chelmsford officials buoyed by field sizes after rewax

Racing Post | 1 week ago
OFFICIALS at Chelmsford City have been cheered by the turnout for this evening's resumption of racing following the rewaxing of the troublesome all-weather surface. Read More...

Buick in line for Eagle Top ride in King George

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WITH Frankie Dettori riding the 1-2 favourite Golden Horn in the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot on Saturday John Gosden is lining up William Buick for his second string Eagle Top. Read More...

Industry-wide concern over shortage of workers

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE extent of racing's mounting stable staff crisis has been underlined by champion jumps trainer Paul Nicholls revealing even he has struggled to attract new workers to his hugely successful yard. Read More...

O’Meara targeting more Group-race riches at York

Racing Post | 1 week ago
HAVING recently tasted Group 1 success in the Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket with Amazing Maria, David O'Meara is on the prowl for more big-race glory in Saturday's Group 2 Sky Bet York Stakes. Read More...

Messenger ban cut to eight days after appeal

Racing Post | 1 week ago
SOLICITOR Rory Mac Neice has called for a review of the rule under which Tom Messenger partially succeeded in appealing against a ten-day ban on Monday. Read More...

Galway on the horizon for miracle man Toomey

Racing Post | 1 week ago
MIRACLE man Brian Toomey's fairytale return to the saddle from a near-death experience just over two years ago could be capped with a golden Galway moment after Philip Kirby confirmed his intention to run Kings Grey at the track's festival. Read More...

Snow Sky supplemented for Golden Horn clash

Racing Post | 1 week ago
UNBEATEN Derby winner Golden Horn will face a maximum of ten rivals when he bids to take his unbeaten run to six in Saturday's King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. Read More...

Beasley back at home and upbeat after horror fall

Racing Post | 1 week ago
CONNOR BEASLEY on Monday reflected on the the fall at Wolverhampton 13 days ago that left his with fractures to his skull, spine and back. Read More...

Beasley back at home and upbeat after horror fall

Racing Post | 1 week ago
CONNOR BEASLEY on Monday reflected on the the fall at Wolverhampton 13 days ago that left his with fractures to his skull, spine and back. Read More...

World Class: The Arc shows us the problem with trends

Racing Post | 1 week ago
Sam Walker reflects on Erupt's Grand Prix de Paris win and his chances in the Arc. Read More...

USA: California Chrome to race as a five-year-old

Racing Post | 1 week ago
KENTUCKY DERBY winner California Chrome will continue racing as a five-year-old in 2016. Read More...

Smullen excited by the prospect of Snow at Ascot

Racing Post | 1 week ago
PAT SMULLEN is looking forward to seeing whether Snow Sky’s class and turn of foot can deliver him back-to-back big-race successes at Ascot on Saturday, his four weekend winners at the Curragh having included the Irish Oaks. Read More...

Disappointing Mecca’s Angel will not race on fast ground

Racing Post | 1 week ago
MECCA'S ANGEL will not race on fast ground again after Saturday's second to Stepper Point in the Group 2 Sapphire Stakes at the Curragh. Read More...

Mecca’s Angel will not race on fast ground again

Racing Post | 1 week ago
MECCA'S ANGEL will not race on fast ground again after Saturday's second to Stepper Point in the Group 2 Sapphire Stakes at the Curragh. Read More...

Gamgoom trumps Ach Was in Berlin match

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE much-hyped match race at Hoppegarten on Sunday ended with an easy win for the clear favourite Gamgoom, owned by Guido Schmitt, trained by Mario Hofer and partnered by the trainer's daughter Steffi. Read More...

Germany: Gamgoom trumps Ach Was in Berlin match

Racing Post | 1 week ago
THE much-hyped match race at Hoppegarten on Sunday ended with an easy win for the clear favourite Gamgoom, owned by Guido Schmitt, trained by Mario Hofer and partnered by the trainer's daughter Steffi. Read More...

Wedding Vow scores to move O’Brien one off full house

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WEDDING VOW powered home in the Kilboy Estate Stakes, a race that had been one of only two Group races to have evaded Aidan O'Brien's grasp. Read More...

Vow scores to move O’Brien one off historic full house

Racing Post | 1 week ago
WEDDING VOW powered home in the Kilboy Estate Stakes, a race that had been one of only two Group races to have evaded Aidan O'Brien's grasp. Read More...

France: Erupt form receives boost as Dariyan strikes late

Racing Post | 1 week ago
DARIYAN produced a late charge to beat War Dispatch under a patient and confident ride from Christophe Soumillon, boosting the form of Tuesday's Grand Prix de Paris winner Erupt. Read More...

France: Erupt form receives boost as Dariyan strikes late

Racing Post | 1 week ago
DARIYAN produced a late charge to beat War Dispatch under a patient and confident ride from Christophe Soumillon, boosting the form of Tuesday's Grand Prix de Paris winner Erupt. Read More...

France: Erupt form recieves boost as Dariyan strikes late

Racing Post | 1 week ago
DARIYAN produced a late charge to beat War Dispatch under a patient and confident ride from Christophe Soumillon, boosting the form of Tuesday's Grand Prix de Paris winner Erupt. Read More...

Palmer strikes again as Brave slams Curragh rivals

Racing Post | 1 week ago
LESS than 24 hours after celebrating a first Classic win in the Irish Oaks, Hugo Palmer was cheering again as his Home Of The Brave took a Group 3 at the Curragh with a power-packed performance. Read More...