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  • Hillstar strikes at Woodbine

    Hillstar won the Canadian International at Woodbine as British trained horses won all three of the feature contests.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 23:44 BST
    Hillstar: Won the Pattison Canadian International in strange circumstances.
  • Comfortable win for The New One

    Another season of top-level hurdling awaits The New One after he successfully returned to action at Kempton.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 17:35 BST
    The New One crashed through the last hurdle but was much too good for his Kempton rivals
  • Light career hangs in balance

    Ascot Gold Cup winner Leading Light may have run his last race after picking up a nasty injury at Ascot on Saturday.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 16:57 BST
    Leading Light: May not race again
  • Stars shines on hurdling debut

    A review of the rest of Sunday's card at Kempton as Stars Over The Sea entered the Triumph Hurdle picture.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 18:18 BST
    Tom Scudamore riding Stars Over The Sea (left) on their way to victory at Kempton
  • Moore eyes unusual treble for Duke

    A review of Sunday's action at Cork, where Arthur Moore's Gentleman Duke landed the big race of the day.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 17:57 BST
    Arthur Moore: Trainer of Gentleman Duke
  • Gabriel on right Avenue

    A review of Sunday's action from Naas, where Avenue Gabriel rewarded the patience of her connections with a Listed triumph.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 18:00 BST
    Ger Lyons: Excited about Endless Drama's potential
  • My Stable: Sunday Eyecatchers

    We pick out a couple of eyecatchers from Sunday's racing action that may be worth adding to your free My Stable tracker.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 18:05 BST
    Hint Of Mint: Could land a big handicap at some stage this season
  • Sailor to lift Tankard

    Sharp Sailor can reverse recent form with My Reward and bag Listed honours at Pontefract according to Anita Chambers.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 17:32 BST
    Marco Botti can score with Sharp Sailor
  • Doyle unlikely to appeal Ascot ban

    James Doyle is unlikely to appeal against the seven-day ban and £10,000 fine he received following Saturday's Champions Stakes.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 11:42 BST
    James Doyle and Noble Mission got the better of Al Kazeem and George Baker
  • Tullius camp consider future plans

    Connections of Tullius may resist the temptation of running overseas this winter and save him for a return in the spring.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 13:08 BST
    Tullius: Ran another brave race in the QEII on Saturday
  • King's big guns ready to start

    Alan King has nominated the Haldon Gold Cup at Exeter or the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham as initial options for Balder Succes.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 16:02 BST
    Balder Succes: Was beaten into third at the Punchestown Festival
  • Lavelle has Becher plan for Lodge

    Emma Lavelle is keen to see if Highland Lodge takes to the Grand National fences in the Becher Chase at Aintree in December.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 12:33 BST
    Highland Lodge: Will go over the National fences
  • Meade targets Champion riches

    Noel Meade hopes to run Galway Plate winner Road To Riches in the Champion Chase at Down Royal on November 1.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 10:41 BST
    Road to Riches: Won the Galway Plate in fine style
  • Mullins prepares formidable team

    Champion trainer Willie Mullins believes he has his strongest ever team with which to go to war with this season.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 09:46 BST
    Faugheen: Leading contender for the Champion Hurdle
  • Royal target for Tiger Roll

    The WKD Hurdle at Down Royal is a likely next port of call for Tiger Roll following his win at Cheltenham on Saturday.

    Sunday October 19 2014, 09:45 BST
    Tiger Roll: Heading for Down Royal
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