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.
Toasting old boy Grand CrusThu 25 Feb
Paul MulrennanMon 29 Jun
Markaz can get my busy day off to flyerFri 24 Jun
Go for Matt finishFri 17 Jun
Ryan Moore has not had the best of meetings this Ascot despite two tremendously impressive wins on Caravaggio and Order of St George and another win on Even Song but I believe he can finish things off in style this afternoon.
Bridge the gap with 16-1 AjmanFri 17 Jun
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.
Harry BentleyThu 19 Jun
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,…
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
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
Keep with Persaverance after Kempton runMon 13 Jun
Spangled - fourth in the Eventmasters 30 Years Of Hospitality Expertise EBF Stallions Fillies' Handicap at York:
Shane Anderson interview part twoWed 12 Aug
Three for Free from last weekWed 24 Jun
Lynam set to be a Moviesta on SaturdayThu 18 Jun
Ruby's Latest Blogs
This may surprise you but the opening day of Royal Ascot rivals the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival in terms of a quality.
Faugheen loss a huge blowWed 17 Feb
Aidan's Latest Blogs
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
Streets ahead at NewburyFri 1 Apr
Hoping to Land the Sussex NationalFri 25 Mar
Captain's Latest Blogs
Repeats would make for enjoyable viewingFri 17 Jun
The royal meeting comes to a close today with the Group One Diamond Jubilee Stakes taking centre stage.
Tanya's Latest Blogs
Tanya StevensonFri 3 May
Nakeeta can power home in the PlateFri 24 Jun
Royal Ascot to be hit with Frankel feverSat 18 Jun
Editor's Latest Blogs
There were a record 15 international challengers trained outside of Europe at Royal Ascot 12 months ago and the number could well go close this year.
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- Markaz can get my busy day off to flyer
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24 June 2016