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Shock as Britain's leading female rider Turner calls it quits

Mon, 31 Aug 15 18:00

HAYLEY TURNER, the most successful female jockey in British racing history, is to quit the saddle.

Walsh: Fly retirement a 'really hard call to make'

Mon, 31 Aug 15 16:00

RUBY WALSH said he would have considered keeping Hurricane Fly in training for another season as he paid tribute to the retired hurdling hero.

Hurricane Fly's five best performances

Mon, 31 Aug 15 13:30

So many magical memories - 42 appearances, 26 wins, 22 Grade 1s, five Irish Champion Hurdles, three Morgianas, two Champion Hurdles at Cheltenham - but which ones stood out for you? Here are five of the best.

Hurricane Fly, 'horse of a generation', retired

Mon, 31 Aug 15 13:00

HURRICANE FLY, twice a winner of the Champion Hurdle, has been retired from racing, his trainer Willie Mullins has announced.

Australia: Legendary trainer Bart Cummings dies

Sat, 29 Aug 15 19:30

LEGENDARY Australian trainer Bart Cummings, known as the "Cups King" for his record-breaking haul of 12 Melbourne Cup wins, has died aged 87, according to reports in Australia.

Tipperary Preview: Tested tries to retain her crown

Wed, 26 Aug 15 20:02

TESTED attempts to become the first filly to retain the Group 3 Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge Stakes crown at Tipperary on Thursday eveningbut faces a different challenge second time around.

Andrew McNamara calls time on riding career

Thu, 13 Aug 15 13:53

ANDREW McNAMARA will have his last ride at Tramore this weekend after deciding to quit the saddle.

Ward excited by 'monstrous' Acapulco

Tue, 11 Aug 15 07:30

SHE was stunning at Royal Ascot and, judged on the latest comments of Wesley Ward, Acapulco could be even better when taking on older opponents in Friday week's Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes.

Ballyroan winner Fields Of Athenry cut for Leger glory

Thu, 06 Aug 15 19:56

FIELDS OF ATHENRY stamped his authority on the Ballyroan Stakes last night and was cut to 10-1 (from 14) by the sponsors for next month's Ladbrokes St Leger.

Can Cove continue his rapid rise to stardom at Tipperary?

Thu, 06 Aug 15 18:24

WAIPU COVE was nothing short of sensational at Galway last week when coasting to an easy success in a nursery at Ballybrit on Friday. First-time blinkers seemed to do the trick and such was the improvement that he has been hiked 19 pounds in the ratings

Cowell aiming for Abergwaun success with star sprinting duo

Thu, 06 Aug 15 18:14

PLENTY of us have been to Abergwaun without knowing it because it is the Welsh name for Fishguard, the town and ferry port many horses pass through on their way to and from Ireland.

Australian jump racing going wild for Walsh

Thu, 06 Aug 15 15:25

RUBY WALSH riding in the Australian Grand National at Ballarat is creating such excitement down under it has been likened to the buzz surrounding Black Caviar's final start.

McCoy back in the saddle for Leger Legends

Wed, 05 Aug 15 12:30

THE prospect may fill Richard Johnson with dread but Tony McCoy is back in the saddle, albeit only to take part in the Clipper Logistics Leger Legends charity race next month.

Golden Horn leads stellar Champions Day entry

Wed, 05 Aug 15 12:00

GOLDEN HORN, Gleneagles, Solow and Muhaarar are just some of the star names among the 232 entries for the five Group races on Qipco British Champions Day at Ascot in October.

Charlton pays glowing tribute to retired Al Kazeem

Tue, 04 Aug 15 19:42

ROGER CHARLTON has paid a glowing tribute to four-time Group 1 winner Al Kazeem, after revealing on Tuesday that John Deer's homebred has been retired due to injury.

Hennessy and National the aims for Many Clouds

Tue, 04 Aug 15 16:00

A TWIN assault on the Hennessy Gold Cup and Crabbie's Grand National are the main aims this season for Aintree hero Many Clouds, who last week arrived back at Oliver Sherwood's Lambourn yard looking "absolutely amazing".

Galway: Jack the lad for Martin in Hurdle

Thu, 30 Jul 15 16:46

QUICK JACK landed a second successive Galway Hurdle for trainer Tony Martin, who will have had mixed feelings in the straight having watched last year's winner Thomas Edison crash out when holding every chance alongside the winner.

Galway: Shanahan's romps to impressive victory in Plate

Wed, 29 Jul 15 17:48

SHANAHAN'S TURN showed a huge return to form to land the €220,000 Galway Plate, adding another landmark success for young rider Jonathan Burke.

Injured Moore set to be out for rest of year

Wed, 22 Jul 15 20:00

Ryan Moore is facing the prospect of writing off the rest of the year as he recovers from a neck injury sustained in the stalls at Newmarket this month.

Atzeni to replace Kirby on Postponed in King George

Wed, 22 Jul 15 18:30

ANDREA ATZENI will replace Adam Kirby on Postponed in Ascot's midsummer showpiece on Saturday, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

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