Roger Varian believes a repeat of Barsanti’s run at Ascot in May will give him every chance of being competitive in today’s Princess of Wales’s Arqana Racing Club Stakes at Newmarket.
William Buick has lodged an appeal against the 30-day suspension he was given by the Chantilly stewards after an incident in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly last weekend.
A field of 16 is set to go to post for tomorrow’s Investec Derby at Epsom.
Top-class middle-distance performer Eagle Top will bid to open his account for the campaign in the Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup at Newbury today.
Cirrus Des Aigles could have a first run in Ireland next month ahead of his intended outing in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot.
The Queen Anne Stakes is an intriguing race with which to start Royal Ascot, and the Richard Hannon-trained Night Of Thunder looks to represent tremendous each-way value.
Godolphin have snapped up Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Pleascach and she will carry their colours when she runs in the Ribblesdale Stakes at Royal Ascot next week.
John Gosden strengthened his hand for the Oaks when Star Of Seville made all the running in the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York yesterday.
Rhapando can make a triumphant return from an extended break in the Southwell Back Jumping April 17th Interactive Novices’ Handicap Chase at the Nottinghamshire venue today.
The Tony Martin-trained Quick Jack has been cut to 6-1 favourite (from 7) with the sponsors for Saturday’s Betfred Cesarewitch after standing his ground yesterday for the marathon handicap.
Jockey Thierry Jarnet insists Treve still possesses "a lot of quality" when the partnership is reunited in the Prix Vermeille at Longchamp on Sunday.
Farraaj is set to try his hand in Group company after defying the steadier of 9st 11lb in the 55th John Smith's Cup at York.
Hot favourite Australia will have to defy stall 12 in a field of 16 for Saturday’s Investec Derby, the biggest assembled since 2008.
Aidan O’Brien has finalised his jockey bookings for Saturday’s Investec Derby with Ryan Moore picking up the mount on Geoffrey Chaucer.
Hot favourite Australia remains on course for the Epsom Derby and is one of six colts engaged for trainer Aidan O’Brien.
Jamie Spencer continued his fine of form as he drove Castilo Del Diablo to victory in the BetVictor.com Conditions Stakes at Kempton.
Scimon Templar looks a worthy ally in the Cheltenham 2014 NRFB At BetVictor.com Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle at Ayr today.
Backed into 1/2 favourite, the J P McManus-owned Shield delivered for Aidan and Joseph O’Brien in the two-mile firstname.lastname@example.org Maiden in Dundalk last night.
Trainer Tony Martin admits only time will tell whether Ted Veale’s recent exertions have taken their toll ahead of his bid for his second win in the space of four days in this afternoon’s Betfred Ebor (3.50) at York.
South African superstar Soft Falling Rain will be heading into “unknown territory” this afternoon when he makes his British debut in the Betfred Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.
Hot favourite Animal Kingdom will face a maximum of 14 rivals in Tuesday’s Queen Anne Stakes, the opening event of Royal Ascot.
Gemix kept the French Champion Hurdle on home soil when taking the Grande Course de Haies d’Auteuil at the Paris track yesterday.
No Heretic made a stylish return to action in the Qipco Supporting British Racing Stakes at Newmarket.
Connections of India’s Song will surely be down in the dumps if she is unable to get off the mark at Southwell today.
Champion jockey-elect Richard Hughes is hoping lightning can strike twice in the Betfred Cesarewitch at Newmarket today.
Hartani gets the nap in the Group 3 Gain Horse Feeds Irish St Leger Trial at the Curragh today, with Pat Smullen an intriguing booking for John Oxx’s colt.
The Turf Club announced yesterday that, following a course inspection at Tipperary, the sprint course was unfit for racing due to waterlogging.
Superlative Stakes winner Olympic Glory is the star name among 14 entries for the Veuve Clicquot Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on Wednesday.
A turn-up in the Darley July Cup had looked a distinct possibility and it was supplied by 20-1 shot Mayson as he led for virtually all the six furlongs at a saturated Newmarket.
Aidan O’Brien’s Oaks winner Was may have her next start in Sunday’s Barclays Bank Ireland Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh.
Kissed, a late withdrawal from the Investec Oaks, is among four Aidan O’Brien possibles for the Prix de Diane Longines at Chantilly on Sunday.
Frankel was named Cartier Horse Of The Year at a glittering awards ceremony of invited guests in London.
DREAM Ahead, who gave Hayley Turner an historic Group One success in the Darley July Cup, has been retired to stud.
Multiple Group One winner Dream Ahead has been retired to stud, according to reports in America.
SO YOU THINK is likely to stay race on next year, according to Coolmore Australia’s racing manager Tom Magnier.
Dream Ahead is "highly doubtful" to remain in training next season, according to trainer David Simcock.
David Simcock’s Dream Ahead got up in the last stride to deny brilliant mare Goldikova in a thrilling Prix de la Foret at Longchamp.
GOLDIKOVA will bid a fond farewell to the French racing public at Longchamp on Sunday as she bids for a remarkable 15th Group One victory in the Qatar Prix de la Foret.
David Simcock reports Dream Ahead to be “very pleased with himself” following his narrow victory in yesterday's Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock.
Dream Ahead bounced back to form in a pulsating finish to the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock.
SO YOU THINK will face five rivals in tomorrow’s Red Mills Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.
DREAM Ahead bids to cement his place as Europe’s champion sprinter when he takes on a quality field in the Prix Maurice de Gheest – Goldikova at Deauville tomorrow.
GEORGE Margarson is thrilled to have two realistic chances in the Betfair Summer Double First Leg International at Ascot today in Imperial Guest and Excellent Guest.
Hayley Turner landed her first Group One triumph when steering Dream Ahead to a magnificent success in the Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
DAVID Simcock is confident his star turn Dream Ahead is ready to show his true colours in today’s Darley July Cup at Newmarket.
TIMEFORM ratings suggest that Dream Ahead is over-priced at the current 9-1 on Betfair, as the Halifax gurus have David Simcock’s three-year-old 5lb ahead of his rivals for today’s Newmarket showpiece (live on Channel 4).
FRANKEL is to face eight rivals as he bids to enhance his tall reputation to greater heights in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot tomorrow.
RYAN MOORE didn’t half toss the toys out of the pram in the wake of Carlton House only managing third in last Saturday’s Epsom Derby.
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