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Let’s celebrate British Champions Day plus weekend thoughtsThu 16 Oct

There’s been a bit of doom and gloom written about Dubai Future Champions Day and Qipco British Champions Day – and I think it’s totally unjustified.

Ready for a fresh start with Saeed bin SuroorSat 11 Oct

Can’t wait to play for Euro millionFri 3 Oct

Mirror front page undoes years of good workFri 26 Sep

Jockey criticism is a daily occurrenceThu 18 Sep

Local runners will be under Attack in the big one at MeydanSat 29 Mar

It’s been a good week. Wednesday’s deluge was unusual, but then we had a slice of normality with the now traditional Dubai World Cup eleventh hour ownership change.

Team tactics ruling needs re-visting in the UAEMon 24 Mar

Bin Suroor can capitalise on weak Group One at MeydanThu 6 Mar

Ihtimal can do what Certify could notWed 26 Feb

You have to be brave, or foolish, to oppose CertifyWed 19 Feb

Proform Racing

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

The Chase horses had their spot in the limelight on Saturday with the Paddy Power Gold Cup and now it is the turn of the Hurdlers with two feature races on Sunday’s card at Cheltenham.

Avoid GB-bred horses in the Paddy PowerSat 15 Nov

The jolly gets the jitters on Town MoorFri 7 Nov

Taquin may struggle in Charlie HallFri 31 Oct

Royal Ascot day five pace mapsSat 21 Jun

Kirsty Milczarek

View looks great at CheltenhamFri 14 Nov

For as long as the Flat action on turf continues to rumble on, it never really feels like the Jumps season has quite reached full swing, but the arrival of Cheltenham’s Open Meeting and Saturday’s feature…

Sir Walter Scott can write a new chapter at DoncasterFri 7 Nov

Tempest can bolt upFri 31 Oct

Tune into Sky at NewburyFri 24 Oct

Retirement news is shockingMon 13 Oct

Oli Bell

Oli Bell talks to…Daryl JacobTue 18 Nov

Racing UK presenter Oli Bell talks this week to jockey Daryl Jacob about freelancing, Cue Card and Dessie Hughes. 

Notes from the Racing UK Melbourne Cup studioTue 4 Nov

National Hunt Ten to FollowMon 27 Oct

Oli Bell 20-20 interview - Jamie SnowdenWed 22 Oct

Soft ground key to unlocking Champions Day profitsWed 15 Oct

Ruby Walsh

Ruby's Latest Blogs

Hurricane was brilliant at the weekendTue 18 Nov

Sunday was brilliant on Hurricane Fly in the Morgiana. He’s a winner of 20 Grade Ones now. 

Ruby WalshMon 17 Nov

I’ll be back for PunchestownWed 16 Apr

My arm feels good but until I have a scan you never knowTue 1 Apr

It makes no sense On His Own is without the Gold CupThu 20 Mar

Aidan Coleman

Aidan's Latest Blogs

Business looks the real dealFri 21 Nov

I’m really happy with my book of five rides at Ascot on Saturday. They all have chances although it’s an extremely competitive card and I’d be delighted to come away with one winner.

Kapga looks the dark horse in Paddy PowerFri 14 Nov

No takeaways ahead of Cloudy Beach rideThu 13 Nov

Island in the Sandown mixFri 7 Nov

Katenko ‘never been better’ ahead of Ascot comebackFri 31 Oct

Tanya Stevenson

Tanya's Latest Blogs

Robin can be King of PunchestownSun 16 Nov

Hoards of happy punters lined the bars at Cheltenham well after the last race on Saturday; ice buckets cooling celebratory champagne were in full view as every ledge was occupied. 

The sun us out but it can be a Grey day at CheltenhamSat 15 Nov

Balthazar can lead the pilgrimage to CheltenhamThu 13 Nov

Tropics can turn up the heat at DoncasterFri 7 Nov

Kashmir can Peak at DoncasterFri 24 Oct

Editor's Blog

Editor's Latest Blogs

Duke can run his rivals raggedSun 16 Nov

The third day of the Open meeting coincides with the Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown so Sunday might be, for some, all about the hurdlers.

Should the basics of our sport really be castles in the sky?Sat 15 Nov

Shoot for Par after a brutal week for racingFri 7 Nov

Everywhere you look there is top-class actionSat 1 Nov

America looks the place to be this weekendFri 26 Sep

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