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  • Irish Eyes: Mass appeal

    Irish Eyes selected two winners from as many bets last week, can our in-form columnist strike again at the Curragh?

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:19 BST
    Massinga can beat Geoffrey Chaucer and is one to note this season
  • Rush in for Russborough

    Russborough can complete a quickfire double on Sunday according to Anita Chambers who has a tip for every race.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 09:07 BST
    Venetia Williams trains Russborough
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot analysis

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his analysis ahead of Sunday afternoon's card at Wincanton.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 09:05 BST
  • Chasing calls for Cops

    Connections of Call The Cops will decide over the summer whether to send the Pertemps Final winner over fences next season.

    Sunday April 19 2015, 10:17 BST
    Call The Cops could go chasing
  • Hootenanny shines at Keeneland

    Hootenanny was impressive when winning an extended five-furlong race at Keeneland and could head to the 2000 Guineas next.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:23 BST
    Hootenanny wins the Breeder's Cup Juvenile Turf
  • Foxrock inquiry hears evidence

    A hearing regarding the running and riding of Foxrock at Punchestown in December concluded on Saturday evening.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:24 BST
    Foxrock (right) pictured at Leopardstown
  • Muhaarar shakes up Classic picture

    Muhaarar shook up the Qipco 2000 Guineas picture after pulling off a surprise victory in the Aon Greenham Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 19:57 BST
    Muhaarar wins the AON Greenham Stakes under Frankie Dettori
  • Parrott hails Prince among men

    Wayward Prince rewarded connections for not retiring him with a gutsy victory in the Coral Scottish Grand National at Ayr.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 18:03 BST
    Wayward Prince (right) sticks his neck out to win the Coral Scottish Grand National
  • Red light halts Tiggy progress

    Tiggy Wiggy could only finish third behind pillar-to-post winner Redstart in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 20:46 BST
    Redstart strides out to score under Pat Dobbs
  • My Stable: Weekend Eyecatchers

    We pick out the eyecatchers from the weekend's action that should be worth adding to your My Stable trackers.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 23:25 BST
    Newbury racegoers were treated to several interesting maidens, including the one won by Mr Singh
  • Cheltenian is Scottish Champion

    Cheltenian produced an ultra-game performance to deny Sign Of A Victory in the QTS Scottish Champion Hurdle at Ayr.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 16:20 BST
    Cheltenian and Sign A Victory pull clear of the field
  • Spring in full bloom at Newbury

    Arab Spring made a successful return to action in the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes at Newbury.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 18:36 BST
    Arab Spring ridden by Ryan Moore (left) wins the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes from Pether's Moon
  • Cumani ace Ayaar lifts Cup

    A round-up of the rest of the action from Newbury where Ayaar was a seriously impressive winner of the Spring Cup.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 23:21 BST
    Ayaar powers clear to win the Spring Cup
  • Sherwood and Aspell strike again

    A round-up of the rest of the action from Ayr on Scottish Grand National day.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 23:21 BST
    Puffin Billy jumps alongside The Last Samuri in the final stages
  • Harrington filly takes Navan prize

    A review of the pick of Saturday's action at Navan, where Jessica Harrington saddled a promising winner.

    Saturday April 18 2015, 19:52 BST
    Jessica Harrington: Trainer of Bocca Baciata
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