More to come from I Can Fly – O’Brien

Aidan O'Brien says he is expecting much more to come from I Can Fly next season after impressing this term.
The promising filly pushed Roaring Lion close in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot on Saturday and now connections are considering her next options. Having also claim a win this s read more...

Bromley reveals Top Notch plans

Racing manager Anthony Bromley claims the Peterborough Chase or King George could be options for Top Notch.
The Nicky Henderson-trained gelding is first being aimed in the Christy 1965 Chase at Ascot on November 24 but, all going well, a feature race at Kempton is on the cards. Bromley has n read more...

Bristol De Mai set for Wetherby return

Bristol De Mai looks set to make his seasonal return in the Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on November 3.
The Nigel Twiston-Davies trained seven-year-old won the Group Two contest 12 months ago before going on to win the Betfair Chase at Haydock later that month and Anthony Bromley, who is r read more...

Breeders’ Cup on Roaring Lion’s radar

Roaring Lion could head stateside for next month's Breeders' Cup following his victory in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes on Saturday.
The John Gosden-trained three-year-old made it four Group One victories on the bounce with his victory at Ascot on Champions Day and the success was made even read more...

Classy Cracksman repeats Champion success

Frankie Dettori and Cracksman were too good for their rivals as they stormed to a second successive Champions Stakes success.
Wins for Stradivarius and Roaring Lion had set John Gosden up for a treble and Anthony Oppenheimer's four-year-old did not disappoint. Aidan O'Brien's Capri looked da read more...

Gosden hails Murphy composure

John Gosden credited Oisin Murphy's composure after he guided Roaring Lion to success in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
This year's winner of the Coral-Eclipse, Juddmonte International and Qipco Irish Champion Stakes avoided a showdown with stablemate Cracksman in the Champion Stakes, but co read more...

Murphy buoyant ahead of weekend

Jockey Oisin Murphy is convinced Roaring Lion will be able to continue his good form on Qipco British Champions Day.
The colt has found a good niche at 10 furlongs this season, having lost out in the 2000 Guineas over a mile and the Derby over a mile-and-a-half at the tail end of last season read more...

Two potential Cheltenham targets for Apple’s Jade

Trainer Gordon Elliott says Apple's Jade will target either the OLBG Mares' Hurdle or the Stayers' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Gordon feels Apple's Jade, who won the Mares' Hurdle in 2017, is in good form and he is hoping for a successful campaign with the showpiece event at Prestbury read more...

Sangarius backed to shine in 2019

Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to owner Khalid Abdullah, is confident Sangarius will show more improvement next year.
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained colt landed the 'Ironxcell' EBF Novice Stakes at Newmarket in August before triumphing at Doncaster in the Weatherbys Global Stallions App Fl read more...