Racing UK


Mecca’s confidence dented but not destroyedFri 2 Oct

Since winning the Nunthorpe, I’ve always maintained that Mecca’s Angel would win Sunday’s Prix De l’Abbaye – providing the ground and draw were kind to her.

No doubting Thomas at RiponFri 25 Sep

Sportsmen are always in the spotlightFri 18 Sep

Don’t miss the value at Musselburgh and DonnyFri 11 Sep

Get on at ThirskFri 4 Sep

Let’s recoup our losses on BuckstayFri 2 Oct

As soon as my selection Buckstay thundered past the line in fifth place in the Ayr Gold Cup last week it was pretty clear to me that he would be my selection again for the big handicap at Ascot on Saturday - the Totescoop6 Challenge…

Stick to the beat and side with DrummerFri 25 Sep

Johara can be the silver lining at tricky AyrFri 18 Sep

Simcock runner can give bookmakers the Sheikh downFri 11 Sep

Marquand can boot them both homeFri 4 Sep

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

Mustajeeb can keep Sheikh Hamdan’s standard flyingSat 20 Jun

Friday at Royal Ascot was a good day for the Middle East. A win for the upwardly-mobile Al Asayl operation – owned by Abu Dhabi royalty, in case you are unfamiliar - with Balios in the King Edward VII Stakes will hopefully strengthen…

Prepare for a celebration ahead of Hootenanny Commonwealth runThu 18 Jun

Extra trip perfect for Mizzou in Gold CupWed 17 Jun

Gailo can Chop Free Eagle in the Wednesday’s featureTue 16 Jun

Solow can steal Friend’s ThunderMon 15 Jun

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

Angus McNae

Captain's Latest Blogs

Bouncy Treve should prevail in the ArcSat 3 Oct

With the ground at Longchamp drying all the time there have been some negative vibes about Treve's chances of landing an historic third Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triopmhe. 

Five things I learned in Chantilly ahead of Arc weekendMon 28 Sep

B Fifty Two can down rivals at DoncasterFri 11 Sep

Squeeze out the value out of Orange at DoncasterThu 10 Sep

Stick with Hills on Town MoorThu 10 Sep

Tanya Stevenson

Tanya's Latest Blogs

I’m hoping for the same result in the Arc as last yearSun 4 Oct

Hopefully we are on the brink of something special - just the fact Treve has been allowed to attempt a third Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is a treat for us all. 

Esoterique can fly the flag for FranceFri 2 Oct

Angel can take his place in historyFri 25 Sep

Play Astrophysics with Heaven’s Guest!Fri 18 Sep

Looked out for those with webbed hooves in IrelandFri 11 Sep

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