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Mac magic earns Southwell shock

Misu Mac earned the distinction of becoming one of the lowest-rated horses ever to win a race when overcoming her basement mark of 23 to beat three rivals at Southwell.

Gatsby seeking Tattersalls gold

The Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh is set to be the next port of call for The Grey Gatsby following a fine effort in defeat in Dubai over the weekend.

Vautour still in Fairyhouse picture

Vautour is one of five potential runners for Willie Mullins after a total of 18 horses stood their ground for the Ryanair Gold Cup at Fairyhouse on Sunday.

Royale seal of approval for McCoy

Tony McCoy enhanced his impressive 45 per cent strike-rate with trainer Neil Mulholland this season on his final visit to Huntingdon when doing the steering on Southfield Royale in the Shoreclean Ventilation Ductwork Cleaning 'National Hunt' Novices' Hurdle.

Legend Blofeld attempts National commentary

Legendary cricket broadcaster Henry Blofeld tried his hand at commentating on AP McCo'ys only Grand National victory - Watch >>>

Consort possible for Craven

Connections of Consort have high hopes for the three-year-old colt, winner of his only start as a juvenile and a possible for the Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes at Newmarket on April 16.

Panther plans open before Gold run

Tom Dascombe will consider options at home and abroad for Brown Panther following his terrific triumph in the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan on Saturday.

Fry lines up double Fairyhouse raid

Harry Fry is set to be double-handed in the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final at Fairyhouse after confirming both Bitofapuzzle and Desert Queen for the Easter Sunday Grade One.

Appleby outlines Charming gameplan

Connections of Charming Thought are hoping last year's Middle Park winner will be able to make the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot despite missing the first few weeks of the season. The Godolphin-owned colt suffered a setback that ruled him out of the Qipco 2000 Guineas, but trainer Charlie Appleby believes there will still be plenty of time for Charming Thought to make his mark as a three-year-old.

Euro could be saved for Ascot

Euro Charline could head straight to Royal Ascot following a fine return to action in Dubai on Saturday.

Merry King to miss Grand National

Merry King has been ruled out of the Crabbie's Grand National with a breathing problem.

Moore has Dundalk ride for O’Brien

Aidan O'Brien has called on the services of Ryan Moore for the feature race at Dundalk on Wednesday as his son Joseph O'Brien misses his second successive Flat meeting in Ireland. It was thought Joseph, who had a ride over hurdles at Limerick on Sunday instead of opening the turf season at the Curragh and was described as a "little heavy" by his father, would return to the fold at the County Louth venue.

Tullius to go the distance

Tullius is to step up in trip for his next race following his successful seasonal debut in the Doncaster Mile on Saturday.

Reserves added to Irish National

The Boylesports Irish Grand National at Fairyhouse on Easter Monday will cater for three reserves this season.

Punchestown an option for Bolster

The Giant Bolster could head to Ireland in a quest to sign off the season with a flourish.

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