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Feed supplier denies morphine link

Eve Johnson Houghton is the latest trainer to be named in the morphine drugs case that has resulted in a positive test for The Queen's Estimate

Midgley delivers Silva service

Paul Midgley was a relieved man when Silvanus streaked away with the Skybet Supporting The Yorkshire Racing Summer Festival Handicap at Catterick.

Panther sidesteps George date

Watch our King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes video preview with all the video form

Former Leger-winning trainers dominate final Classic entry

Mark Johnston could be represented by three horses in the St Leger, with Somewhat set to contest the Gordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood next week

No headgear for Tropics at Glorious Goodwood

July Cup runner-up Tropics is to drop back in trip to five furlongs in the King George Stakes at the Sussex course next Friday.

Field pitch perfect for Ascot raid

Jamie Osborne could not be happier with Field Of Dream ahead of the £150,000 Longines International Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Lyons takes aim at Tyros double

Ger Lyons is looking to secure back-to-back wins in the Japanese Racing Authority Tyros Stakes when Convergence runs at Leopardstown on Thursday.

Sunset shines for Her Majesty

Fiery Sunset was a welcome winner for The Queen at Lingfield just 24 hours after it emerged her 2013 Gold Cup victor Estimate had tested positive for morphine.

Raydara facing Flash test

Mick Halford is hoping to find out more about his promising filly Raydara in Thursday's Jockey Club Of Turkey Silver Flash Stakes at Leopardstown.

Prize boost for Newmarket heats

Newmarket's key juvenile races in September have been given a prize money boost which has coincided with an increase in entries.

Toast team offer American excuse

Toast Of New York returned from his American adventure with a lung infection.

Galway on Panama agenda

Prolific winner Panama Hat could spearhead a small but select team from Andrew Oliver's yard at next week's Galway Festival.

Hughes’ duo primed for Plate

Dessie Hughes feels he has two live chances in Galway Plate with ante-post favourite Art Of Logistics and Irish National runner-up Golden Wonder.

Cooper hearing concludes

A hearing into whether former trainer Elliott Cooper, former jockey Stephen Gagan and unlicensed individual Stuart Trevaskis conspired to commit a fraudulent practice has concluded.

Edison set for Galway glory bid

Thomas Edison is likely to spearhead Tony Martin's team for next week's Galway Festival in the Guinness Galway Hurdle.

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