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  • Al Kazeem to step up in trip

    Roger Charlton's Al Kazeem is set to step down in class and up in trip after his run in the Irish Champion Stakes.

    Monday September 15 2014, 10:19 BST
    Al Kazeem: Set to step up in trip
  • Dubai on Ansgar radar

    A trip to Dubai is under consideration for Ansgar following his all-the-way victory in Saturday's Park Stakes at Doncaster.

    Monday September 15 2014, 10:03 BST
    Ansgar (right): Doncaster winner
  • Zarkandar skips Ces date

    Zarkandar, a leading contender for next month's Betfred Cesarewitch, will bypass the Newmarket race.

    Monday September 15 2014, 10:01 BST
    Paul Nicholls: Scratched Zarkandar from Ces field
  • Woodbine double for Simcock

    Trade Storm sealed a Grade One double for David Simcock as he landed the Ricoh Woodbine Mile in Canada.

    Monday September 15 2014, 09:16 BST
    Sheikhzayedroad: Woodbine winner for Simcock
  • Momayyaz holds winning chance

    Anita Chambers is prepared to give Momayyaz another chance on Monday - she has a tip for every UK and Irish race taking place.

    Monday September 15 2014, 07:37 BST
    Saeed bin Suroor's Momayyaz can win off a lower rating
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

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

    Monday September 15 2014, 09:12 BST
  • Brown Panther takes Irish Leger

    Brown Panther took the Irish St Leger under a brilliant ride from Richard Kingscote, who stole the race from the front.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 18:00 BST
    Richard Kingscote just keeps pushing as Brown Panther comes home clear in the Irish St Leger.
  • Glance looks good in Moyglare

    Roger Varian and Andrea Atzeni clinched their second Group One of the weekend as Cursory Glance took the Moyglare Stud Stakes.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 16:54 BST
    Cursory Glance and Andrea Atzeni hit the front to take the Group One prize.
  • Australia in line for Ascot

    Champions Day at Ascot is the likely next port of call for Australia following his shock defeat at Leopardstown on Saturday.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 21:54 BST
    Australia: On course for Ascot next month?
  • Treve only fourth in France

    Criquette Head-Maarek would still like Treve to defend her Arc de Triomphe crown despite meeting defeat in the Prix Vermeille.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 22:07 BST
    Maxime Guyon and Baltic Baroness deny Pomology at the winning post.
  • Gleneagles on National service

    Gleneagles further enhanced his reputation with a clear-cut victory Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes at the Curragh.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 22:00 BST
    Gleneagles proves too strong for Toscanini and Dutch Connection.
  • Spirit denies Toronado in Moulin

    Freddie Head's Charm Spirit justified her reputation in denying Toronado in the Prix du Moulin at Longchamp.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 16:54 BST
    Charm Spirit and Theirry Jarnet just deny Toronado and Richard Hughes in another close finish at Longchamp.
  • Kingman hit by throat infection

    Kingman's planned outing in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot next month is in jeopardy due to a throat infection.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 15:56 BST
    Kingman Found to be suffering with a throat infection.
  • Dettori back on top of the World

    Ruler Of The World benefited from a fine frontrunning ride from Frankie Dettori as he returned to form in the Prix Foy.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 22:11 BST
    Dettori and Ruler Of The World stretch their rivals out to score in the Prix Foy.
  • Ectot impresses in Prix Niel

    Ectot made an impression on his first start for Al Shaqab Racing when showing a mean turn of foot to win the Prix Niel.

    Sunday September 14 2014, 18:28 BST
    Ectot and Gregory Benoist quickly put distance between themselves and their rivals to take the Prix Niel.
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