Gold Fairy finished for the season

Trainer Dermot Weld has confirmed Yulong Gold Fairy will not race again this season following Saturday's impressive victory.
Yulong Gold Fairy arrived in Naas on the back of a win at Galway and she produced another brilliant performance to record successive victories, comfortably beating sec read more...

Ballyalton aimed at Cheltenham

Trainer Ian Williams has revealed Ballyalton is being prepared for a shot at the BetVictor Gold Cup at Cheltenham next month.
Ballyalton has been out of action since picking up an injury in the Betfred Mildmay Novices' Chase at Aintree in April 2016 but he is scheduled to make his return to read more...

Riven Light dealt injury blow

Willie Mullins' says Riven Light will not compete in Australia having picked up an injury at Caulfield on Saturday.
He managed to finish the race, coming seventh out of 11 at the Group One Ladbrokes Stakes, beaten only by five lengths in the meeting at Caulfield. However, Mullins says the fi read more...

Gosden not ruling out US run for Roaring Lion

Roaring Lion could be sent to America next month to race in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf next month according to trainer John Gosden The one mile Grade One contest at Del Mar in California is one of the race meets being considered by Gosden as he looks to build on Roaring Lion's success dome read more...

US Navy Flag may head stateside

Aidan O'Brien admits options are open for US Navy Flag after his victory in the Group One Darley Dewhurst Stakes.
The two-year-old claimed the Newmarket showpiece by two-and-a-half lengths, with the first four home all saddled by the Irish handler. It completed a quick-fire double for the co read more...

Laurens could target Guineas glory

Karl Burke admits next season's 1000 Guineas is now a realistic goal for Laurens following her win in Friday's Fillies' Mile.
The two-year-old headed to Newmarket eyeing a maiden Group One success and did not disappoint, edging out Aidan O'Brien's September by a nose to end the Ballydoyle ha read more...

Favourable draw key for Gosden charge

John Gosden says a favourable draw could make the difference when Cracksman run in the Champions Stakes at Ascot.
Having returned with a win at Epsom in April, the three-year-old came home third in the Derby before adding victories in the Great Voltigeur Stakes at York and the Prix Niel at C read more...

Un De Sceaux could be set for Altior showdown

Connections of Un De Sceaux are hopeful of a potential clash with Altior in December's Tingle Creek at Sandown.
The Willie Mullins-trained gelding won the race last year, while he also claimed glory in the rescheduled Clarence House at Cheltenham in January before returning to the venue with read more...

Limato set for season swansong

Limato is likely to run for the final time this season when he competes in Friday's Challenge Stakes at Newmarket.
The five-year-old was an outstanding performer for trainer Henry Candy during 2016, as he bagged two Group One victories, but his form this year has not been as impressive, as h read more...