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  • '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.
  • 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
  • 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, 13:30 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, 13:29 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, 13:08 GMT
    Un De Sceaux: Hot favourite in the Arkle
  • Celebrity appearance at Newmarket?

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

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 14:37 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.
  • 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, 13:25 GMT
    Annie Power: Mares Hurdle contender
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Raise the Bar at Kempton

    Ben Linfoot heads to Kempton this evening for the tip of the day and it's ridden by all-weather king Luke Morris.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 13:17 GMT
    Luke Morris: Can win again at Kempton
  • Seanie set to run at Dundalk

    David Marnane's Seanie will return to action in the Carragher's XL Castleblaney Race at Dundalk on Friday evening.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 14:41 GMT
    Marnane: Sending Seanie to Dundalk.
  • 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
  • Cyclone confirmed for Ryanair

    Last year's runner-up Hidden Cyclone will tackle the Ryanair Chase rather than run in the Champion Chase at Cheltenham.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 12:12 GMT
    Hidden Cyclone: Goes for the Ryanair again
  • Welsh looks good Business

    Welsh Inlet can win Wednesday's Mix Business With Pleasure Handicap at Kempton, says our tipster Chris Wilson.

    Wednesday March 4 2015, 12:09 GMT
    Welsh Inlet: Has won at Kempton before
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