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  • AP: Retirement is 'probably right'

    On his first day as a former jockey, Tony McCoy was able to reflect upon recent events and look forward to "a nice breakfast".

    Sunday April 26 2015, 16:59 BST
    McCoy gets a poignant send-off form his colleagues at Sandown.
  • Mulrennan enjoys big Wetherby day

    A review of the action on a historic day of action at Wetherby, where Paul Mulrennan put the pedal to the metal.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 18:08 BST
    Corona Borealis and Paul Mulrennan (second right) go on to catch Be Perfect and complete a double for the jockey.
  • Legatissimo lands Listed prize

    Legatissimo left connections pondering future options after running out an impressive winner of the main event at Gowran Park.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 18:45 BST
    Wayne Lordan: On target at Gowran Park.
  • BHA stand firm over Grand Jesture

    Our Will Hayler looks at the controversy over Grand Jesture's participation - or lack of it - in Saturday's Bet365 Gold Cup

    Sunday April 26 2015, 21:42 BST
    Grand Jesture in winning action at Punchestown.
  • Grand National option for Canvas

    Trainer Dermot McLoughlin has next year's Grand National in mind for Vics Canvas following his fine run in the bet365 Gold Cup.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 15:52 BST
    Vics Canvas (left): Ran a cracker at Sandown.
  • Back Windsor's Wonder

    Ashley Iveson previews all Monday's racing action with Wonder Laish his nap of the day.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 18:24 BST
    William Haggas: Trains Wonder Laish
  • Activial promoted in Paris

    Harry Fry's British raider Activial was promoted to fourth place after finishing fifth past the post in the Prix Leon Rambaud at Auteuil.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 17:37 BST
    Activial: Fourth in France
  • Anthem makes Woodlands return

    Royal Ascot-winning filly Anthem Alexander is the star turn among the 10 declared for the Woodlands Stakes at Naas on Monday.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 15:32 BST
    Jockey Pat Smullen riding Anthem Alexander (L) wins the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot last year.
  • Callan blazes Hong Kong trail

    Neil Callan clinched a major triumph when the former James Fanshawe-trained Blazing Speed took the QEII Cup in Hong Kong.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 14:18 BST
    Neil Callan and Blazing Speed come home clear to win the Audemars Piguet QEII Cup at Sha Tin.
  • Vautour misses Punchestown date

    Star novice Vautour will miss Tuesday's BoyleSports Champion Chase at Punchestown after failing to shine in his final workout.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 18:44 BST
    Champagne Fever: Lines up under Ruby Walsh at Punchestown
  • Fellowes points Sail to Newbury

    Charlie Fellowes has outlined plans to bring back flagbearer Wet Sail in the Bathwick Tyres Carnarvon Stakes at Newbury.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 13:48 BST
    Wet Sail in work before the Breeders' Cup last year.
  • Racecourse gallop for Lord Byron

    Tom Hogan will send his multiple Group One winner Gordon Lord Byron to Naas on Monday for a workout after racing.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 14:14 BST
    Gordon Lord Byron: Trainer eyeing Royal Ascot again.
  • Ascot beckons for Dark Emerald

    Brendan Powell is eyeing a trip to Royal Ascot for stable star Dark Emerald following his fantastic winter campaign in Dubai.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 11:21 BST
    Dark Emerald: Could return at Royal Ascot.
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot picks

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle brings you his analysis of Monday evening's meeting at Windsor.

    Sunday April 26 2015, 19:13 BST
  • McCoy bows out a peerless hero

    AP McCoy had to settle for third aboard Box Office on the final ride of his illustrious career career at Sandown on Saturday.

    Saturday April 25 2015, 21:10 BST
    AP McCoy waves to the Sandown crowd after finishing third on Box Office
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