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  • Retirement for Aintree hero Mania

    Grand National-winning jockey Ryan Mania has announced his shock retirement from the saddle at the age of 25.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 20:05 GMT
    Mania celebrates his finest moment at Aintree.
  • Fenton lodges ban appeal

    Philip Fenton has lodged an appeal over the severity of the three-year disqualification handed out to him by the Turf Club.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 18:39 GMT
    Fenton: Appeal launched over three-year ban.
  • NH Notebook: Good vibrations

    Ian Ogg provides the first Notebook update of the National Hunt season and looks ahead to what could be a busy weekend.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 17:49 GMT
    Vibrato Valtat should pay his way this season - over fences or hurdles!
  • Knott faces ban from racing

    Anthony Knott, former owner of 2012 Cheltenham winner Hunt Ball, has been found guilty of passing on inside information.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 17:44 GMT
    Knott: Facing ban from the sport.
  • No stopping Twiston-Davies

    A review of the pick of Tuesday afternoon's action from Lingfield Park where Sam Twiston-Davies rode a treble.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 17:09 GMT
    Sam Twiston-Davies enjoyed a good day at Lingfield
  • Djak experience worry for Walsh

    Ruby Walsh dismissed the pundits' negative views of Djakadam's Hennessy Gold Cup claims but he does have his own concerns.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 16:44 GMT
    Djakadam (r) lacks in experience
  • Leather ready for Japan Cup

    Trading Leather is reported to be in fine form ahead of his run in Sunday's prestigious Japan Cup in Tokyo.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 16:13 GMT
    Trading Leather finishing second in the Eclipse
  • More headlines Long field

    Unbeaten World Hurdle hero More Of That headlines eight entries for Saturday's bet365 Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 16:37 GMT
    More Than That worked at Newbury earlier this week
  • Void race fiasco at Sedgefield

    An incorrectly-waved yellow flag saw a race at Sedgefield declared void and all of the jockeys handed lengthy bans.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 17:07 GMT
    Debt To Society (right): 'Winner' of a race at Sedgefield that never really happened...
  • Tributes flow for Lady Herries

    Lady Herries, trainer of Classic winner Celtic Swing and Caulfield Cup hero Sheriff's Star, has died, aged 76.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 17:03 GMT
    Celtic Swing on the gallops with Bob Mason in 1995
  • Exciting Colombieres entered up

    Ante-post Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle favourite Allez Colombieres could make his debut for Willie Mullins this Sunday.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 13:39 GMT
    Willie Mullins has a strong hand in the Royal Bond
  • Bridgwater buoyed by Bolster

    David Bridgwater was pleased The Giant Bolster showed much more enthusiasm in the Betfair Chase at Haydock on Saturday.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 13:26 GMT
    The Giant Bolster delighted his trainer
  • Bowe ponders Robin power play

    Annie Power may face fellow mare Little King Robin in the Bar One Racing Hatton's Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse on Sunday.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 13:16 GMT
    Little King Robin may take on Annie Power
  • Storm set for Hong Kong

    Trade Storm is all set to participate in the HK$23 million Group One Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on December 14.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 11:09 GMT
    Trade Storm is set for Hong Kong
  • Tony McCoy returns at Fontwell

    Champion jockey Tony McCoy makes his return to action at Fontwell on Wednesday after a couple of weeks on the sidelines.

    Tuesday November 25 2014, 13:59 GMT
    Tony McCoy is back in action
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