The Queen has been named Owner of the Year for 2013 by the Racehorse Owners Association in recognition of her first success in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot and her unparalleled commitment and contribution to the sport of horse racing over more than 60 years.
A contrite Gerard Butler has spoken of needing a "painfully renewed sense" of the principles he neglected after issuing a statement in the wake of his five-year disqualification from racing for five years.
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Owner Stephen Arnold has been disqualified for three months after admitting to breaching the rules in relation to laying 10 of his horses, the British Horseracing Authority has said.
Paul Nicholls is keeping his fingers crossed conditions at Sandown do not deteriorate ahead of Saint Roque's bid for a fifth consecutive victory in Friday's Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle.
Trainer Kim Bailey is keen to see how Charlie Hall hero Harry Topper fares on a sounder surface as he faces just two opponents at Sandown on Friday.
Racing at Market Rasen was given the go ahead following an inspection prompted by gale-force winds.
Timmy Murphy has been suspended for nine days following his altercation with fellow jockey Dominic Elsworth at Newbury last week.
The OLBG David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle will be run as the fifth race on the first day of the 2014 Cheltenham Festival instead of the sixth to allow Channel 4 to cover Quevega's attempt to win at the meeting for the sixth year running.
Ante-post favourite On His Own is among 24 horses declared for the Betfred Becher Chase at Aintree on Saturday.
Nicky Henderson was forced to rule Sprinter Sacre out of the BetVictor Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown on Saturday.
Nicky Henderson has been forced to rule Sprinter Sacre out of his intended comeback in the BetVictor Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown on Saturday.
Robert Cowell was left cursing his luck after his Nunthorpe winner Jwala draw the widest stall of all in the Longines Hong Kong Sprint.
Red Cadeaux, the horse who from an International perspective has seen it all, was out on the all-weather track at Sha Tin and looking cool and collected ahead of Sunday's Longines Hong Kong Vase.
Cirrus Des Aigles, who is trying to make it fourth time lucky in the Longines Hong Kong Cup, gave trainer Corine Barande-Barbe just the signals she was hoping for as he stepped out onto the turf course at Sha Tin on Thursday morning.