East primed for Curragh run

Trainer Kevin Ryan expects East to contest the Tattersalls Irish 1,000 Guineas at the Curragh later this month.
The Frankel filly was a winner on her first two starts last season at Hamilton Park and Saint-Cloud before narrowly being pipped into second-place by the impressive Newspaperofreco read more...

Jubiloso looking Ascot bound

Jubiloso looks set to run at Royal Ascot next month although connections are yet to decide what race she will be entered in.
The Sir Michael Stoute-trained three-year-old followed up her debut victory at Chelmsford last month with an impressive triumph in the Starlight Wishes Novice Stakes a read more...

Townend talks up Benie display

Jockey Paul Townend was impressed with how easily Benie Des Dieux saw off her rivals to win the French Champion Hurdle on Saturday.
Willie Mullins' charge dominated the race and had too much for odds-on favourite De Bon Coeur, who was second in Auteuil. It marked a fifth win in the race for read more...

Mustashry extends Stoute record in Lockinge

Mustashry won the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes at Newbury, giving trainer Sir Michael Stoute eight victories in the one-mile contest.
The success extends Stoute's record in the race further as the Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned six-year-old saw off pre-race favourite Laurens in the Group One sh read more...

Balding hopeful ahead of Newbury test

Andrew Balding says he is confident Beat The Bank can put together a strong run in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.
Balding has never managed to win the Al Shaqab Lockinge but his family has enjoyed success in this coveted race, with his father Ian triumphing with Silly Season (19 read more...

Maximum Security owners file lawsuit

Maximum Security owners Gary and Mary West have lodged a legal challenge after their Kentucky Derby disqualification.
For the first time in the race's 145 year history, the winner was disqualified after he was found to have interfered with others. Maximum Security was first over the line, bu read more...

Dee Ex Bee could be primed for Ascot

Dee Ex Bee could race at the Gold Cup at Ascot rather than the shorter distance at the Yorkshire Cup, says trainer Mark Johnston.
The Farhh colt was winless as a three-year-old but put in some very impressive performances during the year as he stepped up to Group One level, with his best sho read more...

Virus halts Meade’s race plans

Martyn Meade has confirmed a

virus
in his Manton yard has resulted in his decision to temporarily halt the season for his horses.
Meade as has reacted after Technician's disappointing run at Chester followed on from Advertise struggling in the 2000 Guineas the previo read more...

Ventura set for Norfolk Stakes tilt

Ventura Rebel is set to race in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot as opposed to the Coventry Stakes after his recent win at the venue.
The two-year-old Richard Fahey-trained colt followed up a debut win at Thirsk with an impressive victory at Ascot when overhauling American speedster Lady Pa read more...