Hannon duo set for rest

Hannon duo set for rest

Tiggy Wiggy and Ivawood will be allowed to enjoy some midsummer downtime, according to trainer Richard Hannon.


Geraghty clings to weekend hope

Geraghty clings to weekend hope

Barry Geraghty says he hopes to make his debut as retained jockey to owner JP McManus this weekend despite his recent illness.


Tip: Hot Spice can return to form

HOT SPICE (Thirsk 4.00) can get back to winning ways on a faster surface after some poor runs on softer ground.


Racing pays tribute to Kauto Star

Racing pays tribute to Kauto Star

Racing figures pay tribute to Kauto Star after the two-time Gold Cup winner was put down at the age of 15.


Hannon dreams of Breeders' Cup for Ivawood

Hannon dreams of Breeders' Cup for Ivawood

Richard Hannon admits he would love to send Ivawood to the Breeders' Cup Mile at Keeneland in October.


King Kauto put down after paddock fall

King Kauto put down after paddock fall

Gold Cup hero Kauto Star has been put down following a fall at Laura Collett's dressage yard.


Tip: Spinatrix to relish Hamilton conditions

SPINATRIX (Hamilton 3.45) looks to have conditions in her favour for this quality sprint and can return to winning ways.


New Bay swerves Sandown

New Bay swerves Sandown

Just five runners remain for Saturday's Coral-Eclipse Stakes following the the five-day declaration stage.


Charlton ponders Quest options

Charlton ponders Quest options

Quest For More could be set to contest the Qatar Goodwood Cup after landing the Northumberland Plate.


Tip: Look for True Pleasure

TRUE PLEASURE (Musselburgh 8.45) is a model of consistency and has another opportunity to notch a win this evening.


Treve too good for Flintshire again

Treve too good for Flintshire again

Treve enjoyed a cosy success in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud to remain firmly on course for the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.


Sparkling win for Diamondsandrubies

Sparkling win for Diamondsandrubies

Diamondsandrubies reversed Epsom Oaks form with Legatissimo to win a thrilling renewal of the Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh.


Fabre reveals Make Believe hopes

Fabre reveals Make Believe hopes

Trainer Andre Fabre is looking for Make Believe to bounce back from his disappointing run at Royal Ascot in the Prix Jacques le Marois.


Creighton makes progress after fall

Creighton makes progress after fall

Irish jockey Eddie Creighton is making progress after coming out of an induced coma following a nasty fall in Australia on Saturday.


Tip: Page can take Great step

GREAT PAGE (Curragh 3.55) looked useful when winning on her last trip to Ireland and is fancied to take another step up the ladder.


Jack Hobbs powers to Irish Derby win

Jack Hobbs powers to Irish Derby win

Jack Hobbs provided John Gosden with his first Irish Derby winner after sprinting clear of his rivals at the Curragh.


Plate glory for Quest For More

Plate glory for Quest For More

Quest For More was an impressive winner of the Northumberland Plate at Newcastle to provide George Baker with a big-race double.


Markaz too strong in Criterion

Markaz too strong in Criterion

Markaz got his reward for a string of consistent efforts when staying on well to win the Group 3 Criterion Stakes at Newmarket.


Muthmir set for York outing

Muthmir set for York outing

Trainer William Haggas has revealed Muthmir could be entered into the Nunthorpe Stakes at York in August.


Winston on the mend

Winston on the mend

Robert Winston is to make a return to action next week after recovering from a recent fall at Doncaster, his agent Lee Newton revealed.