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The #JockWan dream has diedWed 9 Mar

Presenter Alex Steedman recounts the day that the JockWan dream died, but does not discount getting back in to the saddle.

This riding gig is Harden than it looksWed 2 Mar

Toasting old boy Grand CrusThu 25 Feb

#JockWan diaries - I’m getting in to the swing of things on MerlinWed 17 Feb

#JockWan diaries - they might make a jockey of me yetMon 8 Feb

Blue is the the colour at NewmarketFri 29 Apr

If there is a case against Air Force Blue winning the Qipco 2000 Guineas on Saturday then I am afraid I cannot see it and it certainly is not a strong one. Maybe it is the possibility of softish ground, but he has won on yielding and the general opinion seems…

Mullins to steal titleSat 23 Apr

Another Pineau please!Sat 16 Apr

Back Nicholls at a meeting he targetsFri 15 Apr

Concentrate at the top of the market at the Craven this weekTue 12 Apr

Riding at Cheltenham is giving me sleepless nightsThu 12 Feb

My name is Phill Clarke and I am the Racing UK features cameraman and I'll be riding in the charity race at the Cheltenham Festival next month.

Hurricane flying in the face of historySat 24 Jan

In one sense, we have been here before. Irish Champion Hurdle 2007, Brave Inca v Hardy Eustace.  Again.

Champions Weekend baby steps must build foundationsFri 12 Sep

Constable can paint us a pretty picture on the KnavesmireWed 20 Aug

Shark charge can take a big bite out of GalwayWed 30 Jul

McGuiness can get the Guiness flowing at GalwayTue 29 Jul

O’Brien looks booked for both Guineas at NewmarketFri 29 Apr

Air Force Blue really does look something else and is very hard to oppose in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas on Saturday.

Frustrating week can end on a highFri 22 Apr

New season brings new hopes and alliancesFri 15 Apr

Hobbs can overcome his wide drawFri 16 Oct

Keep it Low Key at Newmarket on SaturdayFri 9 Oct

Chrome ready to take home the World CupFri 25 Mar

The Dubai World Cup has arrived, ushered in loudly as the first big international event on the racing calendar. If last year’s runner-up, California Chrome, is really “five lengths better” this time around, as trainer Art Sherman asserts,…

Mosse can enjoy the Rich Tapestry of MeydanFri 4 Mar

River can run through them en route to DerbyWed 2 Mar

Chrome should win, and win well at MeydanWed 24 Feb

Mubtaahij and Ertijaal should not be ignored says De KockWed 17 Feb

Proform Racing

Oli Bell’s #ThreeForFree for the Festival part threeWed 28 Jan

As the Cheltenham Festival ante-post book builds it is time to turn our attentions to some of the races in which stamina is the name of the game.

Stick with Balder for Tingle SuccesFri 5 Dec

XO stats on the Hennessy Gold CupFri 28 Nov

Five things you didn’t know about the Betfair ChaseFri 21 Nov

Five-year-olds show a profit in the GreatwoodSun 16 Nov

Kirsty Milczarek

Tempest can strike againFri 27 Mar

The first day of the Flat season, when the action moves back on to the turf, is one every jockey looks forward to - if they're not chasing the big bucks in Dubai that is!

Rose can bloom at NewburyFri 20 Mar

Pepite has big chanceFri 20 Mar

I’m hoping Peace breaks out at Cheltenham before Conti closes inFri 13 Mar

Side with Pipe to keep up with tradition at SandownFri 6 Mar

Peter Naughton

Get onside Ellison’s three-year-old debutant next timeThu 28 Apr

Racing UK presenter Peter Naughton scours the video form to give you three horses to keep onside over the next few weeks

Keep well-handicapped Candelisa on sideThu 21 Apr

Do not lose faith with Shattered LoveMon 11 Apr

Mullins to be On His Own with second National winFri 8 Apr

Tombstone would relish step up in trip at AintreeWed 30 Mar

Ruby Walsh

Ruby's Latest Blogs

Willie is likely to bring a big team to AintreeWed 30 Mar

The Racing UK jockey ambassador talks through his rides at next week's Crabbie's Grand National meeting at Aintree. 

All well ahead of Cheltenham but waiting game is toughWed 9 Mar

The loss of Arctic Fire is very disappointingTue 23 Feb

Faugheen loss a huge blowWed 17 Feb

Of course Valseur would have struck goldWed 10 Feb

Aidan Coleman

Aidan's Latest Blogs

Pendra has form in the book to run wellSat 9 Apr

I am delighted to be part of the Crabbie’s Grand National, having picked up the ride on the Charlie Longsdon-trained Pendra.

Mist can lift TophamThu 7 Apr

Masters format could work for Grand NationalThu 7 Apr

Streets ahead at NewburyFri 1 Apr

Hoping to Land the Sussex NationalFri 25 Mar

Editor's Blog

Editor's Latest Blogs

Jazzi Top price looks absurdly short at NewmarketSun 1 May

Once in a while you look at the odds of a certain race and have to scratch your head. Not often, but in the case of the Charm Spirit At Tweenhills In 2017 Dahlia Stakes  at Newmarket on Sunday I cannot get my head around why Jazzi Top…

Stormy Antarctic win would be a strike for justice but it looks unlikleyFri 29 Apr

Make sure you Endeavour to back this 25-1 shotThu 7 Apr

Express delivery for Hobbs after nightmare CheltenhamWed 6 Apr

Smad Place can be king at CheltenhamFri 18 Mar

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