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  • Irish Eyes: It's a family affair

    Our Irish Eyes column pays tribute to the O'Brien family and hopes they can provide punters with a double on Sunday.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 11:12 BST
    Trainer Aidan O' Brien walks the course with his son Joseph and daughter Ana.
  • Johnston the man to follow

    Anita Chambers previews Sunday's meetings in the UK and Ireland with Mark Johnston set for a good day at Beverley.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:25 BST
    Trainer Mark Johnston pictured during day one at Glorious Goodwood
  • Vanquished Pharoah may be retired

    America's most famous racehorse, Amercian Pharoah, could be retired after his shock defeat at Saratoga on Saturday.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 10:42 BST
    California Chrome and Victor Espinoza during happier times.
  • Flintshire puts rivals to Sword

    Flintshire confirmed his status as one of racing's globetrotters with success in the Sword Dancer Stakes at Saratoga.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 10:59 BST
    Flintshire: Ultra-reliable around the world.
  • Bolger looking for Smash hit

    View from connections ahead of Sunday's Group Three Round Tower Stakes at the Curragh.

    Saturday August 29 2015, 12:47 BST
    Rockaway Valley takes on the impressive Smash Williams
  • Devonshire chasing deserved success

    Views from connections ahead the Dance Design Fillies Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.

    Saturday August 29 2015, 12:39 BST
    Devonshire (left): Has been placed in four of her five starts this season
  • Tullius takes HQ route to Ascot

    Tullius is to warm up for a speculative crack at the Qipco Champion Stakes with a run in the Shadwell Joel Stakes at Newmarket.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:56 BST
    Tullius in winning action.
  • Ayr option for Speculative Bid

    Speculative Bid could drop down in trip and revert to handicap company in the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:42 BST
    Speculative Bid: Connections are eyeing the prize money on offer in the Ayr Gold Cup.
  • Sails away to Doncaster

    Dean Ivory expects Twin Sails to show his true colours in the Weatherbys Hamilton £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes at Doncaster.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:16 BST
    Twin Sails in winning action at Salisbury.
  • Golantilla exciting Connell

    Owner Barry Connell believes Golantilla is finally ready to fulfil his potential following an impressive chasing debut.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:10 BST
    Golantilla's owner Barry Connell.
  • Sea Moon handed Irish Leger target

    John Oxx feels Sea Moon deserves a tilt at the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger following a fine effort at the Curragh.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 12:22 BST
    John Oxx: Pleased with Sea Moon.
  • Trainer Cummings dies aged 87

    Legendary Australian trainer Bart Cummings, who won the Melbourne Cup a record 12 times, has died at the age of 87.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 10:51 BST
    Trainer Bart Cummings during the 2012 Melbourne Cup Parade
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot Picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections ahead of Sunday's meeting at Goodwood.

    Sunday August 30 2015, 07:48 BST
  • Bear roars to Celebration glory

    Kodi Bear further asserted his position as the apple of trainer Clive Cox's eye with victory in the Doom Bar Celebration Mile.

    Saturday August 29 2015, 18:18 BST
    Kodi Bear, ridden by Gerald Mosse, comes clear of Gabrial to win well
  • History proves a Winter warmer

    Racing History confirmed himself on a steep upward curve with victory in the Group Three Unibet Winter Hill Stakes at Windsor.

    Saturday August 29 2015, 19:05 BST
    William Buick: Very impressed with Windsor winner Racing History
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