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  • Debt is the way forward

    Sovereign Debt is the best bet of the day for the Sky Bet traders, Michael Shinners has the firm's Price Boosts and market movers.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 11:44 BST
    Sovereign Debt gets the nod from the trading team
  • Gosden duo set for Sandown

    John Gosden is looking to give Western Hymn and Eagle Top their seasonal debuts at Sandown.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 11:18 BST
    Eagle Top will reappear at Sandown
  • Irish Eyes: Mass appeal

    Irish Eyes selected two winners from as many bets last week, can our in-form columnist strike again at the Curragh?

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:19 BST
    Massinga can beat Geoffrey Chaucer and is one to note this season
  • Rush in for Russborough

    Russborough can complete a quickfire double on Sunday according to Anita Chambers who has a tip for every race.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 09:07 BST
    Venetia Williams trains Russborough
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections for this afternoon's card at Wincanton.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:44 BST
  • Mogol finished for season

    Kauto Grand Mogol will not run again until the autumn due to an injury sustained during his fine run at the Cheltenham Festival.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:29 BST
    Kauto Grand Mogol will be put out to grass
  • Chasing calls for Cops

    Connections of Call The Cops will decide over the summer whether to send the Pertemps Final winner over fences next season.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:17 BST
    Call The Cops could go chasing
  • Hootenanny shines at Keeneland

    Hootenanny was impressive when winning an extended five-furlong race at Keeneland and could head to the 2000 Guineas next.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:23 BST
    Hootenanny wins the Breeder's Cup Juvenile Turf
  • Foxrock inquiry hears evidence

    A hearing regarding the running and riding of Foxrock at Punchestown in December concluded on Saturday evening.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:24 BST
    Foxrock (right) pictured at Leopardstown
  • Muhaarar shakes up Classic picture

    Muhaarar shook up the Qipco 2000 Guineas picture after pulling off a surprise victory in the Aon Greenham Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 19:57 BST
    Muhaarar wins the AON Greenham Stakes under Frankie Dettori
  • Parrott hails Prince among men

    Wayward Prince rewarded connections for not retiring him with a gutsy victory in the Coral Scottish Grand National at Ayr.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 18:03 BST
    Wayward Prince (right) sticks his neck out to win the Coral Scottish Grand National
  • Red light halts Tiggy progress

    Tiggy Wiggy could only finish third behind pillar-to-post winner Redstart in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:46 BST
    Redstart strides out to score under Pat Dobbs
  • My Stable: Weekend Eyecatchers

    We pick out the eyecatchers from the weekend's action that should be worth adding to your My Stable trackers.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 23:25 BST
    Newbury racegoers were treated to several interesting maidens, including the one won by Mr Singh
  • Cheltenian is Scottish Champion

    Cheltenian produced an ultra-game performance to deny Sign Of A Victory in the QTS Scottish Champion Hurdle at Ayr.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 16:20 BST
    Cheltenian and Sign A Victory pull clear of the field
  • Spring in full bloom at Newbury

    Arab Spring made a successful return to action in the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 18:36 BST
    Arab Spring ridden by Ryan Moore (left) wins the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes from Pether's Moon
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