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  • Hurricane Fly retires

    Hurricane Fly, one of the greatest hurdlers in the history of jumps racing, has been retired.

    Monday August 31 2015, 14:10 BST
    Hurricane Fly: Retired
  • Hurricane Fly: Best moments

    Following the retirement of one of the hurdling greats, we take a look back at Hurricane Fly's very best moments:

    Monday August 31 2015, 13:54 BST
    Hurricane Fly on the gallops at Cheltenham Racecourse.
  • Magical Memory up for the Cup

    Charlie Hills' Magical Memory and Roger Varian's Belardo have been supplemented for the Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday.

    Monday August 31 2015, 13:02 BST
    Frankie Dettori celebrates winning the Qatar Stewards' Cup on Magical Memory
  • Channon seeks Divine intervention

    Mick Channon is to go in search of more black type for Divine while Malabar will be seen in action in the United States.

    Monday August 31 2015, 12:22 BST
    Malabar will be seen next on the other side of the Atlantic
  • Time called on Telescope career

    Sir Michael Stoute described Telescope as "a model of consistency" after the retirement of the 2014 Hardwicke Stakes winner.

    Monday August 31 2015, 13:22 BST
    Telescope: Retired
  • Penitent punt at Ripon

    Sky Bet's Michael Shinners with today's market movers and Price Boosts, with Penitent well backed at Ripon.

    Monday August 31 2015, 11:15 BST
    Penitent: Well backed at Ripon
  • Tip of the Day: Dunne deal

    Our Ben Linfoot fancies veteran sprinter Captain Dunne to deliver in the rain at Epsom this afternoon.

    Monday August 31 2015, 10:49 BST
    Captain Dunne: Worth a bet at Epsom
  • On Top can take prime position

    Ashley Iveson has a tip for every race on Bank Holiday Monday including at Ripon, where Still On Top can win the feature.

    Monday August 31 2015, 09:32 BST
    Still On Top (left) ran well behind Tasleet (blue) at York
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot Picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections ahead of Monday afternoon's meeting at Epsom.

    Monday August 31 2015, 09:32 BST
  • Bloodstock Bites

    Chris Hill brings us his round-up of the news from the bloodstock scene in a busy week at both home and abroad.

    Monday August 31 2015, 12:57 BST
    Winning jockey Silvestre De Sousa celebrates a famous victory aboard Arabian Queen
  • Maguire making good progress

    Jason Maguire hopes to be given the green light to return to competitive action in the coming weeks.

    Monday August 31 2015, 13:02 BST
    Jason Maguire hopes to return shortly
  • More injury woe for Russell

    Davy Russell could out of action for the next two months after he suffered a broken arm and a broken foot on Sunday.

    Monday August 31 2015, 10:54 BST
    Davy Russell: Tough break on Sunday
  • Charline chasing Curragh Euros

    The Matron Stakes at Leopardstown is the likely next objective for Marco Botti's globe-trotting filly Euro Charline.

    Monday August 31 2015, 10:12 BST
    Euro Charline: Irish challenge next
  • Balios finished for the year

    David Simcock's impressive King Edward VII Stakes winner Balios will not run again this season.

    Monday August 31 2015, 10:09 BST
    Balios: Done for the season
  • Reason back in firing Line

    A return to Ireland is under consideration for Line Of Reason after he was narrowly touched off in the Beverley Bullet.

    Monday August 31 2015, 10:06 BST
    Line of Reason: Has options
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