Carroll confirms Santry blow

Trainer Declan Carroll has revealed his disbelief after stable star Santry suffered a fatal injury during training on Wednesday.
The two-year-old impressed on his first two starts with victories at Doncaster and York, while he claimed second place behind Sioux Nation in the Norfolk Stakes at read more...

Filly to be eased in class

Unforgetable Filly is likely to be eased in class for her next outing as Hugo Palmer considers the Coolmoore Stud Fair Bridge Stakes.
The three-year-old German 1000 Guineas winner was forced to miss a trip to the Falmouth Stakes and Palmer is keen to give her some action before the Queen Eli read more...

Rivals set for Juddmonte showdown

Ulysses and Barney Roy are set to renew their rivalry in the Juddmonte International at York next Wednesday.
Richard Hannon's three-year-old colt, Barney Roy, lost out by a nose to the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Ulysses in Sandown's 10-furlong Coral-Eclipse last month. And the pair are now o read more...

Lord Byron set for York date

Tom Hogan will take Gordon Lord Byron to York next week after revealing the injury suffered at the Curragh on Sunday was not serious.
The Co Tipperary handler lifted the lid on the leg injury the nine-year-old multiple Group One winner suffered when finishing third in the Phoenix Sprint Stak read more...

Blue Point set for Haydock

Trainer Charlie Appleby has confirmed Blue Point is right on track for the 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock on September 9.
Blue Point has been given an extended break from racing following his third-place finish in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot - a race that was won by the Aidan O'Brien-tr read more...

Tate considering Army options

Trainer James Tate says he is looking for

nice ground
when deciding Invincible Army's next outing.
Invincible Army, who picked up a victory at Newmarket back in June, was sent off favourite for the Molecomb at Goodwood on August 2 but he could only manage second pla read more...

Benbatl set for Ascot run

Trainer Saeed bin Suroor has admitted that Benbatl is likely to run in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot on October 21.
The three-year-old has enjoyed a busy debut season, running on six occasions so far for Bin Suroor. Benbatl has won two of his races so far, while he did well to finish fi read more...

Appelby confirms Canada plans

Trainer Charlie Appelby has confirmed that Hawkbill could run in Canada in the near future after a good run in Germany on Sunday.
The four-year-old has enjoyed a decent season this year under Appelby, winning races at Newbury and Newmarket. Appelby decided to try his luck in Germany and he w read more...

Hills ready for Lady Aurelia battle

Charlie Hills is looking forward to taking on Lady Aurelia with Battaash in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York later this month.
Lady Aurelia is the current favourite ahead of the race on August 25, but Hills feels Battaash can cause an upset.

Battaash has come out of his win at Goodwo read more...

Alice Springs set for Breeders’ Cup warm-up

Trainer Aidan O'Brien hopes to send Alice Springs out once more before the Breeders' Cup at Del Mar in the autumn.
Alice Springs has been absent through injury since she was beaten on her comeback at Naas in April but O'Brien intends to send her to the Breeders' Cup again, after she came in read more...