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  • Channel holds on in trial

    William Haggas and Ryan Moore combined to secure victory with Our Channel in the Investec Derby Trial at Epsom.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 17:18 BST
    Our Channel (centre) ridden by Ryan Moore comes home to win The Investec Derby Trial
  • Prince reigns over Epsom foe

    A review of the rest of the action from Epsom where Caspian Prince continued his progress up the sprinting tree.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 17:02 BST
    Caspian Prince ridden by Adam Kirby at Epsom
  • Win an evening with AP McCoy

    Win an evening’s entertainment in the company of 18-time champion jockey Tony McCoy at Doncaster on May 9.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 14:22 BST
    Win a fantastic evening with AP McCoy
  • Kingman heads Guineas entry

    Roger Varian is looking forward to taking on Kingman in the QIPCO 2000 Guineas at Newmarket with Kingston Hill.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 13:37 BST
    Roger Varian is delighted with Kingston Hill
  • 33 possibles for 1000 Guineas

    There are 33 fillies still remaining in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas at Newmarket following the latest forfeit stage.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 13:44 BST
    Princess Noor could run in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas
  • Charline still in Guineas mix

    Marco Botti is close to finalising plans for his Classic candidates and could supplement Euro Charline for the Guineas.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 13:06 BST
    Euro Charline could be supplemented for the Guineas
  • Hanlon hopes for Hidden glory

    Shark Hanlon is hopeful that Hidden Cyclone can provide him with the biggest success of his career at Punchestown.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 12:50 BST
    Hidden Cyclone is set for the Punchestown Festival
  • No rush for Annie target

    Willie Mullins remains in no rush to decide on the likely Punchestown Festival target of brilliant mare Annie Power.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 17:05 BST
    Annie Power (left): Options open
  • De Sceaux set for French test

    Un De Sceaux is set to return to Auteuil rather than contest the Racing Post Champion Hurdle at the Punchestown Festival

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 17:10 BST
    Un De Sceaux is set to return to France
  • Global stars eye Royal Ascot

    There are 11 countries represented amongst the entries for the seven Group One contests at this season's Royal Ascot.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 12:56 BST
    Amber Sky could represent Hong Kong at Royal Ascot
  • Sparrow set for Punchestown

    John Quinn has confirmed Scottish Champion Hurdle heroine Cockney Sparrow will line up at the Punchestown Festival.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 10:51 BST
    Cockney Sparrow: Punchestown hopeful
  • De Kock eyes a third QEII Cup

    Mike de Kock will aim to carry off the Group One Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup for a third time on Sunday.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 15:01 BST
    Sanshaawes is set to run at Sha Tin on Sunday (photo credit Dubai Racing Club Andrew Watkins)
  • Balder to take novice test

    Balder Succes is likely to stick to novice company when he lines up at the Punchestown Festival next week.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 10:55 BST
    Balder Succes: Punchestown bound
  • Sun shines in Perth feature

    Sausalito Sunrise was an impressive winner of the feature for Philip Hobbs on the opening day of the Perth Festival.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 18:59 BST
    Tom O'Brien partnered Sausalito Sunrise
  • Music to call the tune

    Music Master headlines Nick Robson's picks for Thursday's racing action. He has a selection for every UK and Irish race.

    Wednesday April 23 2014, 19:50 BST
    Music Master (r): Taken to score at Warwick
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