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  • First is second for Lady Cecil

    Lady Cecil had to settle for second place as Perfect Summer became her first runner over jumps at Huntingdon.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 14:53 GMT
    Lady Cecil: No happy ending for first runner over jumps.
  • Lemaire in hot water in Japan

    Christophe Lemaire's debut as a fully-licensed jockey in Japan is on hold after he was banned for using Twitter at the track.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 13:43 GMT
    Lemaire: Fell foul of strict rules in Japan.
  • Good ground vital for Reckless run

    Sgt Reckless completed his Cheltenham preparations with a schooling session at Doncaster - but will he line up in the Arkle?

    Sunday March 1 2015, 13:25 GMT
    Sgt Reckless (left) chases home Josses Hill at Aintree last season.
  • Go Big at Navan

    Sky Bet's Michael Shinners brings us news of today's market movers, while there's a tip for Navan from the racing traders.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 12:22 GMT
    Kim Bailey: Trainer of The Drinkymeister.
  • Nolan's Noble Foxhunter aim

    Paul Nolan is keeping his fingers crossed Festival winner Noble Prince makes the cut for the Foxhunter Chase at Cheltenham.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 11:42 GMT
    Nolan (right): Hopes to run three at the Festival.
  • Punchestown next for Charbel

    The championship bumper at the Punchestown Festival could be the next port of call for Charbel following his impressive debut.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 14:35 GMT
  • Festival plans fluid for Cyclone

    Hidden Cyclone's Cheltenham Festival engagement is set to be dictated by the ground after he worked after racing on Saturday.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 11:22 GMT
    Hidden Cyclone (right): Could run in either the Ryanair or the Champion Chase.
  • Super set for National Duty

    Ian Williams is keen to run Super Duty in the Crabbie's Grand National following a good run at Doncaster on Saturday.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 11:39 GMT
    Super Duty: Set to run at Aintree
  • Longsdon pleased with Drop Out

    Charlie Longsdon is convinced Drop Out Joe has the ability to win a nice race after finishing second in the Grimthorpe Chase.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 10:55 GMT
    Longsdon: Trainer of Drop Out Joe.
  • Vautour excites Mullins in workout

    Willie Mullins singled out JLT Novices' Chase hopeful Vautour for special praise after a post-racing workout at Leopardstown.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 11:37 GMT
    Vautour in his stable at Mullins' yard.
  • Camping Ground set for Sandown

    Robert Walford could skip the Cheltenham Festival with his exciting recruit Camping Ground in favour of an Imperial Cup run.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 11:30 GMT
    Paul Townend: Partnered Camping Ground last time out.
  • Arbeo to down Huntingdon foes

    Ashley Iveson provides a selection for every race on Sunday with Arbeo fancied to take all the beating at Huntingdon.

    Saturday February 28 2015, 17:23 GMT
    Huntingdon: Scene of Sunday's nap
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

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

    Sunday March 1 2015, 09:27 GMT
  • Bin Suroor tribute to Cavalryman

    Saeed bin Suroor has paid tribute to Cavalryman after he sustained a fatal injury at Meydan.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 09:32 GMT
    Trainer Saeed bin Suroor  paid tribute to Cavalryman
  • Prince rules in Grimthorpe shocker

    Wayward Prince defied his advancing years to spring a 25-1 surprise in the BetBright Grimthorpe Chase at Doncaster.

    Sunday March 1 2015, 14:09 GMT
    Wayward Prince: Doncaster winner
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