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  • Hughes to quit riding this year

    Three-times champion jockey Richard Hughes is to retire from riding this year in order to take up training in Britain.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 18:36 GMT
    Richard Hughes: To take up training in 2016.
  • One shines in final school

    The New One has done his final schooling ahead of the Champion Hurdle, for which eight horses have stood their ground.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 16:37 GMT
    The New One: Final school went well
  • Douvan heads Supreme 17

    Douvan spearheads a potential 17-strong field for the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival next Tuesday.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 16:37 GMT
    Qewy: Intended starter from John Ferguson's stable.
  • Sceaux stands out in Arkle list

    Un De Sceaux heads a list of 19 horses to stand their ground in the Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy at the Cheltenham.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 16:03 GMT
    Un De Sceaux: Hot favourite in the Arkle
  • Cheltenham braced for Power surge

    Annie Power is among 20 remaining entries for the OLBG Mares' Hurdle on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 16:04 GMT
    Annie Power: Mares Hurdle contender
  • Lydia Hislop: Road To Cheltenham

    With the Festival fast approaching, Lydia Hislop unleashes four bets in her penultimate Road To Cheltenham feature.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 12:45 GMT
    Valseur Lido: Back him now for the JLT
  • Ed Chamberlin: Festival fever!

    Sky Sports presenter Ed Chamberlin can barely contain his excitement ahead of the Cheltenham Festival in his latest column.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 13:35 GMT
    Nichols Canyon: A key part of Ed's week
  • Sky Tickets: Horse Racing

    Take a look at Sky Tickets' latest exclusive offers including Aintree and several meetings at York.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 14:45 GMT
    You could be at Aintree in April
  • Panther on track for Meydan Gold

    Brown Panther is firmly on course for the Gold Cup at Meydan at the end of this month after pleasing connections in a racecourse gallop.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 15:36 GMT
    Brown Panther and owner Michael Owen
  • Games leads Ferguson charge

    Graham Clark speaks to John Ferguson about the strength of his team heading to the Cheltenham Festival.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 15:54 GMT
    Parlour Games (far left): Big hope in Neptune
  • Last Time at Liverpool

    Last Time D'Albain is set to skip the Foxhunter to wait for the equivalent event over the Grand National fences at Aintree.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 15:17 GMT
    Aintree: Target for Last Time D'Albain
  • 'Quality' Elm Park doing well

    Elm Park has been pleasing his trainer over the winter and is among 83 entries for the Qipco 2000 Guineas on May 2.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 14:50 GMT
    Elm Park: Progressing well at home.
  • Celebrity appearance at Newmarket?

    Andre Fabre is planning to bring High Celebrity back to HQ for the 1000 Guineas, with the filly among 63 entries in the Classic.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 16:47 GMT
    Tiggy Wiggy has the legs of Anthem Alexander in last year's Cheveley Park Stakes, with High Celebrity (centre) chasing them home.
  • Big names all among 87 in National

    All of the major fancies remain among 87 possible starters after the latest forfeit stage for the Crabbie's Grand National.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 14:23 GMT
    Al Co, confirmed an intended runner at Aintree.
  • O no surprise to George

    A trip to Ireland and the Punchestown Festival may beckon for Saturday's easy Newbury winner O Maonlai.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 15:04 GMT
    Tom George: Trainer of O'Maonlai.
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