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"My assistant trainer Frankie Dettori rides her every morning and sends me a video," says trainer Wesley Ward
Officials expect conditions to be on the easy side of good for the 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock on Saturday.
Kim Bailey reveals early-season plans for his Grand National runner-up and provides update on Red Spinner and Harry Topper.
Mick Fitzgerald will be part of the new ITV racing team, the former jockey's agent confirmed to Press Association Sport.
Ivan Furtado enjoyed a winner from his first runner at Epsom when Nouvelli Dancer took her tally for the year to five with victory in the JRA Handicap.
Popular five-year-old could run in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe or Breeders' Cup after date in Irish Champion Stakes.
Order Of St George is one of seven Aidan O'Brien horses among the first nominations for the Emirates Melbourne Cup at Flemington on November 1.
Connections of Clondaw Warrior are hoping the durable stayer can claw his way into booking a place in the Emirates Melbourne Cup.
Dean Ivory is considering sending Librisa Breeze to Doncaster for the Saint Gobain Weber Park Stakes at Doncaster's St Leger meeting.
Plans remain fluid for Ivan Grozny, who had to miss the Betfred Ebor after he was found to have been lame on the eve of the big York handicap.
David Lanigan fears the ground will be too fast to run Mitchum Swagger in the Superior Mile Stakes at Haydock on Saturday.
Almodovar is an unlikely runner in the totescoop6 September Stakes and has the Champion Stakes at Ascot as his principal goal.
Salisbury maiden winner Akhlaaq is to take the next step up the ladder at Doncaster's St Leger meeting.
Richard Hannon was slightly surprised after Desert Water made a successful debut in the EBF Stallions Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Goodwood. While no stranger to sending out first-time winners, the Marlborough handler expected the daughter of Sepoy to be in need of the run in the one-mile contest.