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Ryan Moore returns to race-riding on Friday

Racing Post | 6 hours ago
FORMER champion jockey Ryan Moore will have his first ride in Britain in almost four weeks when he partners the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Spatial in the opening race at Newmarket on Friday. Read More...

Shantou Village team lay out route to Cheltenham

Racing Post | 9 hours ago
NEIL MULHOLLAND revealed all roads lead back to Cheltenham for Grade 2 winning hurdler, and last year's Albert Bartlett favourite, Shantou Village after he returned to action at Fontwell with a dominant display on his chasing debut. Read More...

Any Currency loses Cheltenham Festival win after positive test

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
ANY CURRENCY has been disqualified from first place in this year's Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase at the Cheltenham Festival following a positive post-race test for pain killer triamcinolone acetonide. Read More...

Any Currency loses Cheltenham Festival win after positive test

Racing Post | 11 hours ago
ANY CURRENCY has been disqualified from first place in this year's Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase at the Cheltenham Festival following a positive post-race test for pain killer triamcinolone acetonide. Read More...

Godolphin fined 15,000 for flouting sponsor rules

Racing Post | 12 hours ago
GODOLPHIN were on Thursday fined £15,000 for breaching the sponsorship rules when Skiffle ran in the Investec Oaks at Epsom in June. Read More...

Arod seeking return to form in Celebration Mile

Racing Post | 13 hours ago
PETER CHAPPLE-HYAM hopes the bend in Goodwood's mile course will see Arod to best effect when the five-year-old lines up in Saturday's Group 2 Celebration Mile. Read More...

Classy Regal Parade reaches career landmark

Racing Post | 15 hours ago
FEW centurions have the past glories to match those of Regal Parade, a winner of the Haydock Sprint Cup and Prix Maurice de Gheest, as well as having finished first and second in the Ayr Gold Cup. Read More...

Shantou Village makes early return at Fontwell

Racing Post | 17 hours ago
WITH the possible exception of the occasional French import burning up the gallops at Willie Mullins' base in Carlow, the last week in August is rarely a time for bookmakers to be shuffling the Cheltenham ante-post decks. Read More...

Revolution in Newmarket with amazing 10m gallop

Racing Post | 1 day ago
TRAINERS on Newmarket's Racecourse Side could soon be working horses up their own man-made Warren Hill after the Jockey Club yesterday unveiled plans for an "iconic" new gallop in the town. Read More...

Vintage O’Ryan: on old boss Peter Easterby and memorable riding days

Racing Post | 1 day ago
Read some vintage Tom O'Ryan on his old boss Peter Easterby and some memorable moments from his riding days. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: When does Luke Morris eat dinner?

Racing Post | 1 day ago
HORSERACING has never received proper credit for the huge contribution it has made to life's ceaseless battle with boredom. Read More...

Geraghty targets October return from injury

Racing Post | 1 day ago
BARRY GERAGHTY has his sights set on an October return to the saddle as he continues to recover from a broken arm. Read More...

Stable staff to receive pay rise in NJC agreement

Racing Post | 1 day ago
The National Joint Council for Stable Staff (NJC) has granted an increase in minimum rates of 5.5% for British stable staff in all six current pay scales, with it taking effect from October 1, 2016. Read More...

Moore set for return to saddle at Newmarket

Racing Post | 2 days ago
RYAN MOORE will return to the saddle this Friday at Newmarket, with the three-time champion jockey deciding the injury he has been suffering from has healed sufficiently. Read More...

Soft ground to be sought for Hawkbill in future

Racing Post | 2 days ago
HAWKBILL will run next where the ground is deemed most suitable, with the quick surface at York last week blamed for the Coral-Eclipse winner's disappointing performance. Read More...

Ground the key to next start for Hawkbill

Racing Post | 2 days ago
HAWKBILL will run next where the ground is deemed most suitable, with the quick surface at York last week blamed for the Coral-Eclipse winner's disappointing performance. Read More...

Crowley backed to win title by agent Hind

Racing Post | 2 days ago
THE agent with a proven record of making champion jockeys has forecast Jim Crowley, the new star on his books, can wrest the title from Silvestre de Sousa, predicting: "Given the right material he can do it. Given the right material he will do it.&a Read More...

Paddy Power Betfair post positive interim results

Racing Post | 2 days ago
Paddy Power Betfair posted their first set of interim results since merging in February, with the betting giants delivering double-digit revenue increases across all four sectors. Read More...

Racing world mourning death of Tom O’Ryan at 61

Racing Post | 2 days ago
TOM O'RYAN, the much respected, award-winning racing journalist and broadcaster, has died at the age of 61. He had been battling lung cancer. Read More...

Infection blighting Bin Suroor’s season

Racing Post | 2 days ago
SAEED BIN SUROOR is "positive for the future" as he prepares to this week saddle what will be only his second runner of the month so far in a season in which his stable has been hit hard by an infection. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: If donkey derbies have taught us anything

Racing Post | 2 days ago
A race is sometimes said to be a lottery and the horses in it described, unkindly, as donkeys. Curiously, this promises to unlock a brighter future for the Tote and boost racing's finances. Read More...

Sprint Cup favourite Limato unlikely to make Haydock trip

Racing Post | 2 days ago
LIMATO, as short as 11-4 with Ladbrokes in ante-post betting on Haydock's 32Red Sprint Cup next month, is unlikely to contest the Group 1 as trainer Henry Candy believes the four-year-old needs plenty of time between his races. Read More...

BHA integrity director Brickell to leave in September

Racing Post | 2 days ago
ADAM BRICKELL, the BHA's director of integrity, legal and risk, is to leave the governing body in September. Read More...

USA: Commentator’s curse strikes maiden in Florida

Racing Post | 2 days ago
'NEVER work with animals or children'. One suspects that commentator Pete Aiello wishes he had taken heed of W C Fields's famous advice following an eventful two-year-old race at Gulfstream Park in Florida Read More...

La Cressonniere strolls to Nonette victory

Racing Post | 2 days ago
LA CRESSONNIERE enjoyed a smooth prep for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when coasting clear of her four rivals. Read More...

France: La Cressonniere strolls to Nonette victory

Racing Post | 2 days ago
THE Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Trionphe is hotting up as La Cressonniere became the latest to lay down a marker when coasting clear of her four rivals. Read More...

Hit The Bid victory reopens wind op debate

Racing Post | 3 days ago
HIT THE BID'S 50-1 victory in the Group 3 Curragh Stakes on Saturday fresh from a wind operation has refuelled the debate over whether such surgery should be made known to the public before the horse runs. Read More...

32Red announced as new sponsor of Sprint Cup

Racing Post | 3 days ago
32RED will take over from Betfred as sponsors of the Haydock Sprint Cup for the 50th edition of the £260,000 race in September this year. Read More...

Unbeaten La Cressonniere out to underline Arc claims

Racing Post | 3 days ago
POSTPONED yesterday hardened to 7-2 with bet365 and BetVictor for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and his trainer Roger Varian and jockey Andrea Atzeni will have a close-up view of one of his main rivals this afternoon. Read More...

World Class: Pacific parade puts Chrome in pole position

Racing Post | 3 days ago
CALIFORNIA CHROME posted one of the best performances of the last decade in the Pacific Classic at Del Mar on Saturday. Read More...

More Frankel juveniles set to hit the track

Racing Post | 3 days ago
Our Newmarket correspondent David Milnes, who tracked the Sir Henry Cecil-trained superstar through his career on the Newmarket gallops, focuses on some of the second wave of baby Frankels who are about to hit the track. Read More...

Love Island pair given life bans for festival flash

Racing Post | 3 days ago
TWO TV stars and have been banned from British racecourses for life after exposing themselves at this year's Cheltenham Festival. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: One of them has to win!

Racing Post | 3 days ago
CONSIDER, if you can be bothered, the maiden handicap; a race for horses that haven't won one yet but - HEY - one of them's about to win one now! Read More...

Thikriyaat to put Champions Day potential to test

Racing Post | 3 days ago
SIR MICHAEL STOUTE'S Glorious Goodwood winner Thikriyaat will have his Queen Elizabeth II Stakes credentials tested in Saturday's Doom Bar Celebration Mile after owner Sheikh Hamdan al Maktoum agreed to pay £10,000 to supplement him. Read More...

Berry back at Kempton to make up for lost time

Racing Post | 3 days ago
FRAN BERRY said on Monday there was still plenty to look forward to as he got set to return from injury at Kempton on Wednesday after missing the height of the summer racing season. Read More...

Berry returns at Kempton on Wednesday

Racing Post | 3 days ago
FRAN BERRY said on Monday there was still plenty to look forward to as he got set to return from injury at Kempton on Wednesday after missing the height of the summer racing season. Read More...

Baker and Metcalfe grab gold in Eborlympics

Racing Post | 3 days ago
In the wake of some thrilling racing at York's Ebor festival, Bill Barber, David Carr, Jon Lees and Lee Mottershead hand out the medals to the top performers of the week... and highlight those who have finished further down the field! Read More...

Fallon ‘doing great’ and riding out in Newmarket

Racing Post | 4 days ago
KIEREN FALLON is back riding out in Newmarket, as the former champion jockey continues his treatment for depression. Read More...

Chantilly no issue for Arc bound Postponed

Racing Post | 4 days ago
TRAINER Roger Varian has Postponed's sights firmly fixed on the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and believes the five-year-old's versatility means the race's temporary home at Chantilly will present no problems. Read More...

Chantilly no issue for Arc bound Postponed says Varian

Racing Post | 4 days ago
TRAINER Roger Varian has Postponed's sights firmly fixed on the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe and believes the five-year-old's versatility means the race's temporary home at Chantilly will present no problems. Read More...

Appleby: Queen Kindly will take all the beating

Racing Post | 4 days ago
IT WAS a battle of the Frankel fillies in the SkyBet Lowther Stakes at York on Thursday, and it was the lesser fancied Queen Kindly that came out on top. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: A sentimental race at Brighton

Racing Post | 4 days ago
IT IS possible that you don't know that we have arrived at the 20th running of the Ian Carnaby (formerly the Ashforth-Carnaby) Selling Handicap (Class 6) at Brighton (2.30). Well, we have. Read More...

Ashforth’s Angles: A sentimental race

Racing Post | 4 days ago
IT IS possible that you don't know that we have arrived at the 20th running of the Ian Carnaby (formerly the Ashforth-Carnaby) Selling Handicap (Class 6) at Brighton (2.30). Well, we have. Read More...

Curragh: Rhododendron blossoms for O’Brien

Racing Post | 4 days ago
THERE might have been disappointment for Aidan O'Brien with US Army Ranger half an hour earlier, but there was compensation when the well-backed Rhododendron led home stablemate Hydrangea for a smart victory in this Group 2. Read More...

Curragh: Rhododendron blossoms with Debutante victory

Racing Post | 4 days ago
THERE might have been disappointment for Aidan O'Brien with US Army Ranger half an hour earlier, but there was compensation when the well-backed Rhododendron led home stablemate Hydrangea for a smart victory in this Group 2. Read More...

Curragh: Rhododendron blossoms in Debutante

Racing Post | 4 days ago
THERE might have been disappointment for Aidan O'Brien with US Army Ranger half an hour earlier, but there was compensation when the well-backed Rhododendron led home stablemate Hydrangea for a smart victory in this Group 2. Read More...

Rhododendron blossoms with Debutante victory

Racing Post | 4 days ago
THERE might have been disappointment for Aidan O'Brien with US Army Ranger half an hour earlier, but there was compensation when the well-backed Rhododendron led home stablemate Hydrangea for a smart victory in this Group 2. Read More...

France: Tylicki claims first Group 1 on Speedy Boarding

Racing Post | 4 days ago
James Fanshawe and Hughie Morrison landed a double success for Britain in Deauville as Speedy Boarding won the Group Prix Jean Romanet and Nearly Caught the Prix Kergorlay Read More...

Double delight for British trainers in Deauville

Racing Post | 4 days ago
James Fanshawe and Hughie Morrison landed a double success for Britain in Deauville as Speedy Boarding won the Group Prix Jean Romanet and Nearly Caught the Prix Kergorlay Read More...

Success Days makes all to upset the big guns in Royal Whip

Racing Post | 4 days ago
IN A CLASH of the generations the betting suggested this was all about Derby runner-up US Army Ranger and Tattersalls Gold Cup winner Fascinating Rock - but Success Days and Shane Foley hadn't read the script as they landed a pillar-to-post success. Read More...