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  • O'Brien big guns enjoy away day

    Aidan O'Brien named Gleneagles and Highland Reel as his two likely Qipco 2000 Guineas contenders after a Curragh gallop.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 20:07 BST
    Highland Reel: Reported to be heading for the 2000 Guineas
  • Moore the merrier for O'Brien

    Aidan O'Brien has confirmed Ryan Moore will ride more for Ballydoyle this year than he has in previous seasons.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 20:18 BST
    Aidan O'Brien: Will make use of Ryan Moore's talents this year
  • McCoy thrills on Ace at Ascot

    AP McCoy snatched victory out of the fire when getting Un Ace up to score on his final day riding at Ascot.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 18:38 BST
    Even Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall can't believe their eyes as AP McCoy snatches victory aboard Un Ace.
  • Hannon aims high with Shield winner

    Richard Hannon has ambitious plans for Windshear after the St Leger fourth made a successful reappearance back at Doncaster.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 18:24 BST
    Windshear and Sean Levey win the Betdaq 50% Comm Refund Doncaster Shield.
  • Ramone rocks punters at 100/1

    Ramone caused a major upset by claiming Group Three honours at 100/1 in the Park Express Stakes at the Curragh.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 16:29 BST
    Ramone ridden by Shane Foley (second right) on their way to victory at 100/1 from Afternoon Sunlight (right) and Amulet (left).
  • Another Dream result for Stack

    Onenightidreamed wore down the boldly-ridden Aussie Valentine to scoop the big pot in the Irish Lincolnshire at the Curragh.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 17:57 BST
    Onenightidreamed ridden by Wayne Lordan (right) wins the Tote Irish Lincolnshire at Curragh Racecourse from Aussie Valentine and Silvestre De Sousa.
  • Weld enjoys Curragh double

    A review of the rest of Sunday's meeting at the Curragh, where Dermot Weld enjoyed a double with Stormfly and Ashraf.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 20:26 BST
    State of Emergency ridden by Emmet McNamara (left) wins the opener from Bebhinn (red cap, noseband).
  • Johnny delivers at Donny

    The rest of the news from Doncaster, where Hail The Hero emerged as an unexpected 2000 Guineas contender.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 17:41 BST
    Hail The Hero ridden by Daniel Tudhope wins the Project Polar Maiden Stakes in style.
  • Joseph fifth on Limerick spin

    Joseph O'Brien plans to continue riding under both codes after finishing fifth on his first ride over jumps at Limerick.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 16:56 BST
    Joseph O'Brien: In action at Limerick.
  • Daryl Jacob to ride Pineau de Re

    Daryl Jacob will ride Pineau De Re when the horse goes in search of back-to-back victories in the Crabbie's Grand National.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 14:46 BST
    Pineau De Re comes home to win last year's National under Leighton Aspell.
  • Many Clouds to run in National

    Many Clouds will run in the Crabbie's Grand National, with Leighton Aspell set to ride him instead of last year's winner.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 14:33 BST
    Many Clouds and Leighton Aspell: On course for Aintree.
  • 'Setback' for Leger hero Kingston

    Kingston Hill's early-season preparations have been derailed by injury, trainer Roger Varian has reported.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 11:13 BST
    Kingston Hill: Popular winner of the St Leger.
  • Al Ferof ready for Aintree return

    Al Ferof is set to return to action for the first time since the King George when lining up at Aintree next month.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 11:02 BST
    Al Ferof: Has had a wind op since last seen.
  • Aintree on radar for God's Own

    Tom George has yet to make his mind up which race God's Own will contest at the Crabbie's Grand National meeting.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 14:03 BST
    God's Own: Bounced back to form at Cheltenham.
  • Kristale limbers up for York return

    George Margarson is leaning towards starting Lucky Kristale off in the Duke of York Stakes in May.

    Sunday March 29 2015, 11:23 BST
    Lucky Kristale: Margarson looking forward to the new season.
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