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Hennessy preview: Paul Nicholls confident in Saphir Du Rheu’s jumping

Watch Graham Cunningham's analysis of Saphir Du Rheu's chances and Paul Nicholls's favourite Hennessy moments.

Hennessy video analysis: Walsh takes aim at Newbury Water Jump

Watch Ruby Walsh's comprehensive analysis on how to ride Newbury ahead of the Hennessy

Long Distance Hurdle preview: Warren Greatrex backs Cole Harden to go the Distance at Newbury

Watch and listen to interviews with Cole Harden trainer Warren Greatrex.

Harry Fry: “I owe my career to Rock On Ruby”

Watch Rock On Ruby's finest hour when he won the 2012 Champion Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

Re-live Aidan Coleman Twitter Q&A

Racing UK ambassador Aidan Coleman took over the Racing UK Twitter feed on Friday

Bryan Cooper has a go with Heroes at Fairyhouse

Bryan Cooper is looking to win back-to-back renewals of the Grade One Bar One Racing Drinmore Novice Chase on the promising No More Heroes at Fairyhouse on Sunday.

Identity Thief faces acid test in Fighting Fifth

Connections of Identity Thief will find out if he is up to Grade One company in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle on Saturday. Henry de Bromhead's charge showed he was still on the upgrade when winning the Grade Two WKD Hurdle at Down Royal on his reappearance four weeks ago and was supplemented for this on Monday.

Doncaster stewards hand out fourteen-day ban for rider John Kington

Jockey John Kington and trainer Julia Brooke were found in breach of the rules concerning schooling on a racecourse by the stewards at Doncaster on Friday.

Three Musketeers adds name to illustrious Newbury honour roll

Dan Skelton's Three Musketeers was a ready winner of the Fuller's London Pride Novices' Chase at Newbury.

Kasakh Noir puts down early Cheltenham marker with Newbury success

Kasakh Noir made an impressive start to life under Dan Skelton by leaving his rivals toiling in the Q Associates Juvenile Hurdle at Newbury.

Lamar hangs on for fast-track qualifier win at Wolverhampton

Lamar continued her good form on the all-weather with a gutsy performance in the 32Red FilliesĀ“ Conditions Stakes at Wolverhampton.

Niall McCullagh issues upbeat injury prognosis

Jockey Niall McCullagh hopes to return to riding in March as he continues his recovery from serious injury.

Funeral details announced for Pat Eddery

The funeral of Pat Eddery will be held at St Mary the Virgin Church, Thame, at 11am on December 8 followed by private cremation at Oxford Crematorium.

Sean Bowen cleared for Newbury return

Sean Bowen is set to make a quick return to action at Newbury on Friday afternoon after escaping serious injury when taking a nasty fall from Sheer Poetry at Taunton.

Ed Dunlop seeking Japan Cup solace with Trip To Paris

Trip To Paris bids to ease a little of the pain felt by Ed Dunlop and his team as he lines up in the Japan Cup at Tokyo racecourse on Sunday.

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