Remote set for return

Remote set for return

Remote is being lined up for the Juddmonte International at York after almost a year on the sidelines.


Hills names Strath Burn

Hills names Strath Burn

Trainer Charlie Hills has confirmed that Newbury winner Strath Burn is the horse from his yard to test positive for morphine.


Tip: Haggas charge ready for Newmarket

UNDRESS (Newmarket 740 NAP) is expected to improve on last month's racecourse bow and the booking of Ryan Moore looks significant.


Ansgar set for Doncaster trip

Ansgar set for Doncaster trip

Trainer Sabrina Harty has confirmed she is lining up the OLBG Park Stakes at Doncaster in September for Ansgar.


Hills confident Kiyoshi can shine

Hills confident Kiyoshi can shine

Trainer Charlie Hills is confident that Kiyoshi can deliver at Ascot on Friday after dropping down in grade.


Tip: Candy's filly is sugar and sweet

Newbury winner ALONSOA (Sandown 15:05) is a half-sister to the dual Group 3 winner Alanza and can make the step up in listed company.


Martin calls time on breeding

Martin calls time on breeding

David Martin has announced his decision to retire from breeding after selling his Gedding Grange Stud in Suffolk due to ill health.


Toast Of New York set for US return

Toast Of New York set for US return

Trainer Jamie Osborne insists Toast Of New York will return to America following a disappointing outing in the Belmont Derby.


Tip: Alketios ready for Sandown

ALKETIOS (Sandown 635 NAP) won at the third time of asking when landing a mile maiden at Haydock and is interesting on handicap debut.


Buick upbeat on Eagle Top chances

Buick upbeat on Eagle Top chances

Trainer William Buick believes Eagle Top can be more than a match for Taghrooda at Ascot on Saturday.


Halford expects more from Certerach

Halford expects more from Certerach

Trainer Mick Halford has backed Certerach to bounce back after a disappointing showing at Leopardstown.


Tip: Flash City set to dazzle

FLASH CITY (Musselburgh 400 NAP) did well to finish 2nd at Haydock last time after rearing up leaving the stalls and can go one better.


Pique Sous following the money

Pique Sous following the money

Pique Sous is set for an audacious double bid in next week's Galway Hurdle and then the Betfred Ebor at York next month.


Tiggy Wiggy primed for French challenge

Tiggy Wiggy primed for French challenge

Connections feel Tiggy Wiggy would be better suited to a run-out at Longchamp than next month's Nunthorpe Stakes at York.


Tip: Martoni sweet for Windsor

SWEET MARTONI (Windsor 825 NAP) has won his last two starts on turf and seems sure to be well suited by any further rain.


Guest planning Jane's Memory path

Guest planning Jane's Memory path

Rae Guest says Jane's Memory will now head to either Newbury or York following her recent outings in France.


Appleby plots Encke return

Appleby plots Encke return

Trainer Charlie Appleby says Encke will return to racing at Glorious Goodwood following his drug ban.


Tip: My Titania, my pick

My Titania (Curragh 345 NAP) has ground conditions to suit and can build on her good run when fourth in the Group 1 Coronation Stakes.


O'Brien targeting Listed race

O'Brien targeting Listed race

Trainer Aidan O'Brien has admitted that he will hopefully run East India in a Listed race after he won on his debut at the Curragh.


McCoy delighted to surpass Pipe's record

McCoy delighted to surpass Pipe's record

Tony McCoy admitted he was looking forward to making a "satisfying call" to Martin Pipe after beating his record on Saturday.