Michael Owen’s St Leger hope Brown Panther is among a batch of four three-year-olds taking on their elders in the Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.
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Sir Henry Cecil’s multiple Group One-winning mare Midday is an intended runner in the Juddmonte International at York on Wednesday.
Jamie Spencer can see no reason why American turf star Gio Ponti should reverse recent placings with Cape Blanco in the Arlington Million in Chicago on Saturday.
Owner Clive Smith has indicated Kauto Star is likely to race again if he is pleasing connections in his training regimen.
Marco Botti plans to make a last-minute decision on whether to let Ceremonial Jade play a pacemaking role for Excelebration in Saturday’s Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.
Edward Lynam reports Sole Power in rude health ahead of the defence of his crown in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York on Friday week.
The Breeders’ Cup will return to Santa Anita in 2012, three years after Zenyatta’s thrilling victory in the Breeders’ Cup Classic at the southern California track.
Versatile jockey Chris Johnson landed his third Grand National Hurdles winner when Kid Columbus outlasted Foremost at Riccarton in Christchurch.
Robert Cowell is relishing the prospect of Prohibit bidding for a second Group One success when he lines up for the Nunthorpe Stakes at York on Friday week.
Richard Hannon could launch a strong assault on Saturday’s Hungerford Stakes at Newbury with Dick Turpin, Strong Suit and Dubawi Gold featuring among 21 confirmations.
Ed Dunlop is keeping his sights firmly on the weather as he plots the next race for multiple Group One winner Snow Fairy.
Richard Fahey is unsure what the future holds for Wootton Bassett after he faded to finish fifth in Sunday’s Prix Maurice de Gheest at Deauville.
Frederick Engels could head to France on Sunday week as he bids to gain compensation for his luckless run in the Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh.
Two-time Cox Plate winner So You Think is a strong chance to contest the Irish Champion Stakes, a race his trainer Aidan O’Brien has won six times.