Racing News

  • Value Bet strikes at Cheltenham

    Ben Linfoot produced more profit for followers of his Value Bet column when Frodon won the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup.

    Saturday December 10 2016, 15:46 GMT
    Frodon gave our man another big winner
  • Man On The Spot: Make it Maurice

    Man On The Spot previews the four Longines Hong Kong International Races from Sha Tin on Sunday morning.

    Friday December 9 2016, 11:17 GMT
    Maurice and Ryan Moore can win the feature
  • Djakadam to pack a punch

    Ashley Iveson has a selection for every race on Sunday, with Djakadam fancied to land the John Durkan once more.

    Friday December 9 2016, 14:25 GMT
    Djakadam seen winning the John Durkan in 2015
  • Antepost Angle: Spear mint!

    Matt Brocklebank is tipping two well-treated Irish horses in his Antepost Angle ahead of the Wessex Youth Trust Handicap Hurdle.

    Wednesday December 7 2016, 09:42 GMT
    Golden Spear (right): Galway Festival winner looks a good bet on his return to hurdling at Ascot
  • Jade and Mag boss Mares' market

    Apple's Jade is vying for OLBG Mares' Hurdle favouritism with Vroum Vroum Mag after lowering her colours at Fairyhouse.

    Sunday December 4 2016, 16:29 GMT
    Bryan Cooper rides Apple's Jade (left) to victory over Vroum Vroum Mag
  • Altior trimmed again for Arkle

    Altior is no bigger than 2/1 for the Arkle Trophy at Cheltenham after winning Saturday's Racing Post Henry VIII Novices' Chase.

    Saturday December 3 2016, 22:36 GMT
    Altior is a red-hot favourite for the Arkle
  • More profits from Value Bet

    Followers of Ben Linfoot's Value Bet column enjoyed another winning Saturday - despite his 33/1 Hennessy tip hitting the bar.

    Saturday November 26 2016, 18:32 GMT
    Native River (right) held off Carole's Destrier
  • Cue Card cut for King George

    Cue Card is 5/2 favourite for the King George VI Chase while Value Bet supporters were rewarded with a 16/1 winner.

    Saturday November 19 2016, 20:03 GMT
    Cue Card has been cut for the King George and Gold Cup