The high-class seven time winner Grands Crus has been retired.
Willie McCreery is keeping Breeders' Cup options at Santa Anita open for his star mare Fiesolana.
Tom Cooper's Grade One winner Lucky William is the only Irish-trained entry in Saturday's Betfred Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase at Aintree.
Tom Mullins will drop Alderwood back down in trip for the Fortria Chase at Navan on November 9th.
Leopardstown Racecourse today announced that they will be holding an exclusive ‘Behind the Scenes Tour’ at Leopardstown on Killavullan Stakes Day, Saturday the 25th October.
Maarek could be bound for France following his creditable effort in the Qipco British Champions Sprint at Ascot on Saturday.
Andrew Balding's Elm Park, impressive winner of the Royal Lodge Stakes, is one of 13 remaining possibles in Saturday's Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster.
Connections of Slade Power are hoping the five-year-old can sign off his career on a high in the VRC Sprint Classic at Flemington on November 8th.
Chelmsford City racecourse, the track formerly known as Great Leighs, has been allocated 57 fixtures for 2015, with an annual total of 1,471 meetings scheduled by the British Horseracing Authority for next year.
Jonjo O'Neill believes there are some similarities between his Cheltenham Gold Cup candidate Holywell and his previous race winner Synchronised.
David Pipe's expensive purchase Moon Racer may be sent over hurdles after his victorious debut for the yard at Cheltenham on Saturday.
Noel Meade hopes to run Galway Plate winner Road To Riches in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal on November 1st.
Jamie Spencer was pleased to see Just The Judge triumph in the EP Taylor Stakes at Woodbine with a Breeders' Cup bid now a likely target.
James Doyle is unlikely to appeal against the seven-day ban and £10,000 fine he received following his fairytale victory on Noble Mission in the Qipco Champion Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
The government flashed-the-cash in the budget, pledging E23 million extra to racing over the next three years, a move not surprisingly welcomed within the industry as a sign that maybe, after six years of funding cuts, the worst of the economic hump is over. What will be interesting to those of us without the industry is how the extra dough is divvied up: money talks, and where it goes says everything that needs to be said about priorities, and especially now.
Hillstar gained the first Group One victory of his career by winning the Pattison Canadian International at Woodbine but there was misfortune for the Brown Panther team.
Avenue Gabriel got a deserved win to her name this season as she took the feature at Naas this afternoon, the Listed Clodovil EBF Garnet Stakes.
Gentleman Duke just prevailed in what was a thrilling finish to the feature at Cork this afternoon, the Grade B Cork Racecourse Kinsale Handicap Chase, scoring under David Casey for Arthur Moore and owner JP McManus.
Rocky Bleier came from last to first to win the Woodlands 100 Club October Handicap, scoring under Billy Lee for Bill Farrell.
3.10 Tumblewind , Signore Piccolo
5.10 Blue Maisey
2.20 Sister Guru
2.50 Dark Kingdom
3.50 Mister Mayday , Tea In Transvaal , Distant High
4.50 Maymyo , Rylee Mooch
2.30 The Geegeez Geegee
Avenue Gabriel has been tackling Group One company this season and the drop down to Listed level did the trick as she took the feature Clodovil EBF Garnet Stakes at Naas.
Jim Bolger's four-year-old Sun On The Run returned from a mid-season break to score a gutsy victory in the feature corkracecourse.ie Navigation Stakes at Cork.
Chance To Dance was handed the race in the stewards' room after finishing second in a dramatic conclusion to the feature Carlingford Stakes under the lights at Dundalk.
Trainer Gordon Elliott and owner Gigginstown House Stud made it four wins in a row in the Star Best For Racing Coverage Chase at Punchestown as Don Cossack struck.