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Turner calls time on riding career

Leading female jockey Hayley Turner is set to retire at the end of the season.

Pendleton so close to dream success

Double Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton was agonisingly denied a fairytale victory on her first ride as a fully-fledged amateur jockey at Ripon.

Whitman lifts Trophy for Johnston

Mark Johnston won the Irish Champions Weekend EBF Ripon Champion Two Yrs Old Trophy for the first time as Whitman made most of the running to bag the Listed prize.

Haydock option for ‘Frankel’ winner

Impressive Newmarket scorer Ventura Storm could take his next step up the ladder at Haydock on Saturday.

Hobbs stars in Kempton entry

Irish Derby winner Jack Hobbs features among 12 entries for the totescoop6 September Stakes at Kempton on Saturday.

Mullins hails ‘legend’ Hurricane

Willie Mullins has saluted the retiring Hurricane Fly as a "legend of a horse".

Hurricane Fly: Best moments

Following the retirement of one of the hurdling greats, we take a look back at Hurricane Fly's very best moments: :: Future Champion Novice Hurdle, December 2008, Leopardstown The first performance to really announce Hurricane Fly's presence as a huge star of the future. Only a four-year-old taking on his elders, he sprinted clear to beat Go Native by 10 lengths.

Super Fly bows out

Hurricane Fly, one of the greatest hurdlers in the history of jumps racing, has been retired.

Belardo has six appeal - Varian

Roger Varian is confident Belardo possesses the requisite speed to make his mark over six furlongs after he was supplemented for the Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday.

Maguire making good progress

Jason Maguire hopes to be given the green light to return to competitive action in the coming weeks.

Channon seeks Divine intervention

Connections of Divine may go in search of more black type for the four-year-old filly on the back of her victory at Pontefract.

Time called on Telescope career

Sir Michael Stoute described Telescope as "a model of consistency" after owners Highclere Thoroughbred Racing confirmed the Royal Ascot winner's retirement.

More injury woe for unlucky Russell

Davy Russell could out of action for the next two months after he suffered a broken arm and a broken foot in a fall at Cork on Sunday.

Charline chasing Curragh cash

The Coolmore Fastnet Rock Matron Stakes is the likely next objective for Marco Botti's globetrotting filly Euro Charline.

Balios finished for the year

David Simcock's impressive King Edward VII Stakes winner Balios will not run again this season.

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