Frankel Blows Away Canford Cliffs in Sussex
Frankel took the lead from the start and never looked back, flying home to take the $468,000 QIPCO Sussex Stakes (Eng-I) at Glorious Goodwood July 27 by five lengths.
Horse trainer, 24, dies after going to her room to lie down because she was feeling 'under the weather'
The granddaughter of the 5th Lord Westbury, Jessica Bethell, from North Yorkshire, died yesterday morning after she went riding but complained of feeling unwell.
Dunwoody believes Sprinter Sacre can get better
A YEAR after winning his steeplechasing debut in scintillating style at Doncaster, three-times champion jockey Richard Dunwoody says “the best is still to come” from Sprinter Sacre who is odds-on favourite for next year’s Queen Mother Champion Chase.
Sandown's Tingle Creek Chase is a bigger thrill than Cheltenham, says Tony McCoy
Jump racing is full of thrills on a daily basis, but on Saturday it offers jump jockeys what are probably the two biggest excitements going; a high class two-mile chase at Sandown and racing over the Grand National fences at Aintree.
Gold Cup moves into Nicholls’ sights after Silviniaco Conti triumphs in Betfair Chase
NEXT stop Cheltenham. After racing away with Wetherby’s Charlie Hall Chase – and then landing the Grade One Betfair Chase with a masterful display of jumping – Paul Nicholls is now reaching for the stars with Silviniaco Conti.
Nicky Henderson looks for Cheltenham Festival clue from Captain Conan at Sandown
Nicky Henderson hopes to sort out a potential Cheltenham Festival logjam between two of his smartest novice chasers when he runs Captain Conan in the four-runner Betfred Mobile Lotto Challengers Novice Chase at Sandown on Saturday.
Victor Chandler Chase and Champion Hurdle Trial switched after snow wipes out jump racing
Racing endured a rare blank day in Britain on Friday because of the snow and all turf fixtures, including Ascot which was due to stage the Victor Chandler Chase, are off on Saturday.
Kim Bailey predicts stellar future for young chaser Harry Topper
Kim Bailey was dreaming of Cheltenham again after Harry Topper – a five year-old he describes as the best he has trained since the 1995 Gold Cup winner Master Oats – came from a hopeless position at the last fence to win Thursday’s GPG Novice Chase at Newbury.