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  • Weekend Review: Conti-nuity?

    Our racing team reflect on the weekend's action and look ahead to Saturday's big betting heat - the Hennessy Gold Cup.

    Monday November 24 2014, 16:24 GMT
    Silviniaco Conti: Bounced back to form in Saturday's Betfair Chase
  • Creek chasing Hennessy gold

    Rocky Creek, one of 23 horses left in Saturday's Hennessy Gold Cup, is "in a good place", according to trainer Paul Nicholls.

    Monday November 24 2014, 16:38 GMT
    Triolo D'Alene (left) and Rocky Creek (right) battle it out in the Hennessy 12 months ago.
  • Victory among Newcastle eight

    Connections of Sign Of A Victory are hoping for better weather if their charge is to line up in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle.

    Monday November 24 2014, 16:10 GMT
    Sign Of A Victory makes a winning return at Ascot.
  • Walsh cool on Faugheen odds

    Ruby Walsh feels bookmakers may have overreacted in cutting Faugheen's Champion Hurdle odds following Saturday's Ascot win.

    Monday November 24 2014, 14:37 GMT
    Faugheen: Made every yard under Ruby Walsh at Ascot on Saturday
  • Praise for 'natural' chaser Vautour

    Ruby Walsh hailed Vautour after he made the perfect start to his chasing career at Navan on Sunday.

    Monday November 24 2014, 14:41 GMT
    Ruby Walsh: Full of praise for fledgling chaser Vautour
  • Schooling pays off with New One

    Sam Twiston-Davies admitted to a sense of relief after steering odds-on shot The New One to victory at Haydock on Saturday.

    Monday November 24 2014, 12:32 GMT
    The New One: Jumped much better at Haydock.
  • Nicholls pair go for King George

    Paul Nicholls is looking forward to the King George VI Chase with last year's first and third, Silviniaco Conti and Al Ferof.

    Monday November 24 2014, 13:25 GMT
    Al Ferof comes home clear at Ascot on Saturday.
  • Spirit makes all for Listed glory

    Carole's Spirit took advantage of being gifted a soft lead to land the Listed OLBG Mares' Hurdle at Kempton.

    Monday November 24 2014, 15:16 GMT
    Carole's Spirit, ridden by Daryl Jacob, takes the final flight clear of her rivals.
  • Hard work for Henderson at Kempton

    A review of Monday's action at Kempton, where Nicky Henderson had three odds-on chances turned over.

    Monday November 24 2014, 17:11 GMT
    Arzal and Richard Johnson take the opener at Kempton
  • Fry keen on crack at Tolworth

    Harry Fry is targeting the Grade One 32Red Tolworth Hurdle with the promising novice Jolly's Cracked It.

    Monday November 24 2014, 14:29 GMT
    Jolly's Cracked It: Soft ground should see him in the Tolworth.
  • Lemaire breaks leg in Japan fall

    Ace French pilot Christophe Lemaire has fractured his leg following a fall during a race in Kyoto, Japan.

    Monday November 24 2014, 14:41 GMT
    Lemaire: Accident at Kyoto racecourse.
  • Green light at Lingfield

    Anita Chambers provides a tip for every race on Tuesday and she plays her nap early on at Lingfield with The Green Ogre.

    Monday November 24 2014, 17:19 GMT
    Gary Moore: Can land the winner of the first at Lingfield
  • Bonus scheme boosts Plumpton

    Plumpton's £60,000 SIS-backed Cheltenham Festival bonus could bring extra Christmas cheer at their two meetings next month.

    Monday November 24 2014, 16:32 GMT
    The action unfolds at Plumpton.
  • Seeyou back in January

    Plans to send Seeyouatmidnight novice chasing have been shelved, but he should be back on track in the new year.

    Monday November 24 2014, 12:51 GMT
    Seeyouatmidnight: Set to stay over timber this season.
  • Leather shining for Japan Cup

    Trading Leather is pleasing connections as he gears up for Sunday's Japan Cup at Tokyo racecourse.

    Monday November 24 2014, 11:15 GMT
    Trading Leather chases home The Grey Gatsby and Australia in the Irish Champion Stakes.
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