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Jockey Luke Morris believes Marsha has a massive chance of landing a momentous victory – for both him and the owners – at Royal Ascot on Tuesday week.
British raider L'Ami Serge turned around his recent defeat by Shaneshill in France to record the biggest win of his career when he landed the Grade 1 Grande Course de Haies d'Auteuil.
A tasty prize fund of €63,000 and an opportunity to gain some valuable black type has attracted a competitive field of 12 runners, including no fewer than five British-trained fillies, for the Group 3 TRM Ballyogan Stakes (3.55).
A Belmont Stakes that felt almost more notable for those who were missing than those who actually turned up went to Tapwrit as the Todd Pletcher-trained colt outstayed Irish War Cry to claim a gritty victory.
Trainer Mick Halford paid tribute to the horse who gave him his first Royal Ascot success when announcing the retirement of last year's Hunt Cup winner Portage due to injury.
Poldark fans itching for the new series to begin on BBC1 on Sunday evening have an opportunity to see Eleanor Tomlinson earlier in the day when she judges a 'fun dog' competition at Adlestrop in Gloucestershire at the invitation of trainer Rich
With Royal Ascot looming large, Saturday's card at Beverley offers the chance for some two-year-olds to underline their credentials for the meeting.
Bryan Smart breathed a huge sigh of relief on Friday afternoon when the BHA informed the Thirsk trainer he would be able to send out runners again, starting with Royal Ascot hopeful Excellently Poised at Beverley on Saturday.
It must surely take planning of almost military-like precision, but Richard Fahey seems totally unfazed that he will equal a personal record on Saturday if his 32 - yes, 32!
The Grey Gatsby is likely to have his first run since joining Dermot Weld in either the Prince of Wales's Stakes or the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot.
As the July course throws open its doors for the summer, Newmarket correspondent David Milnes sets the scene and pinpoints five runners to keep a beady eye on
Highland Reel has been invited to Moonee Valley to take another swing at the brilliant Winx in this year's Cox Plate.
French racing authorities yesterday revealed a significant increase in the number of rides for women after the introduction of the controversial weight allowance for female jockeys.
Grand National-winning jockey Derek Fox is hoping his high-profile success will spark further interest from outside stables in the autumn following a relatively quiet period in the saddle.
Clive Cox is assembling another high-class squad for Royal Ascot having enjoyed notable success at the five-day meeting in recent years.
Returning to the saddle after two years maternity leave holds no fears for Rachael Green but the former champion lady point-to-point rider is undecided whether she will make a full comeback.
Although Alpha Centauri and Magical Memory are likely to be on show at Royal Ascot, one grey who will not be heading to Berkshire this month is Sovereign Debt, with trainer Ruth Carr ruling out a tilt at the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes.
Dermot Weld is hopeful of landing both Listed races at Leopardstown this evening as his smart pair Making Light and Eziyra make their seasonal debuts.
Punters take note – Ireland’s leading jumps trainers are plotting their most audacious Royal Ascot raid ever.
Punters looking for coincidence bets on General Election day have a host of names to choose from at the meetings in Britain and Ireland on Thursday. Here are four to stick in a Yankee . . .