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Mark Johnston retains faith in Buratino ahead of Haydock return

Mark Johnston feels Buratino deserves a second chance in the 188Bet Sandy Lane Stakes at Haydock on Saturday.

John Gosden pinning his hopes on Journey at Haydock

John Gosden is optimistic that a step back up in trip combined with an easier surface can help Journey make her class prevail in the 188bet.co.uk Stakes at Haydock on Saturday.

Godolphin’s Brave buy out to strike at Haydock

Watch our interview with Hugo Palmer as he discusses the chance of Home Of The Brave in the Timeform Jury Stakes at Haydock on Saturday.

Charlie Appleby to keep Royal Ascot options open with Nasimi

Trainer will target Shamardal filly at either the Chesham or Albany at the royal meeting after her taking winning debut at Haydock

The road to the Investec Derby - Racinguk.com’s unbeatable Epsom formguide

The stage is now set - watch all the key formlines to this year's Derby at Epsom

Ann Duffield hoping Rainbow emerges from the Mist at Beverley

Trainer Ann Duffield expects a return to the minimum distance to bring out the best in Rainbow Mist in Saturday's Brian Yeardley Continental Two Year Old Trophy at Beverley.

David Nicholls ‘strenuously denies’ sexual assault charges

Trainer David "Dandy" Nicholls "strenuously denied" sexually assaulting two women, his solicitor said.

Plausible excuse emerges for Intilaaq’s Sandown no-show

Intilaaq was found to have a dirty scope following his poor performance in the Brigadier Gerard Stakes at Sandown on Thursday evening. The Roger Varian-trained colt was sent off the 5-4 favourite for the Group Three contest but weakened quickly out of contention after making the running and trailed in sixth of the seven runners behind Time Test.

Mark Johnston hoping for Hilary Needler repeat with Boater

Boater bids to follow in the hoof prints of trainer Mark Johnston's brilliant filly Attraction by winning the Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley. It is 13 years since Attraction struck gold on the Westwood as part of an eight-race unbeaten run that included the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket, the Irish 1,000 Guineas at the Curragh and the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Martyn Meade sweet on Aclaim at Naas

Trainer Martyn Meade is confident Aclaim will rise to the challenge of the Bar One Racing Lacken Stakes at Naas on Sunday.

Ed Walker sets his sights on France with Stormy Antarctic

Ed Walker remains convinced Stormy Antarctic can prove himself at Group One level after having a valid excuse for disappointing in the Qipco 2000 Guineas.

Michael O’Callaghan considers Royal Ascot for Naas-bound Spy Ring

Michael O'Callaghan already has one eye on a potential trip to Royal Ascot with Spy Ring ahead of her appearance in the Coolmore Stud EBF Fillies' Sprint Stakes at Naas on Sunday.

Ann Duffield hoping Rainbow emerges from the Mist at Beverley

Trainer Ann Duffield expects a return to the minimum distance to bring out the best in Rainbow Mist in Saturday's Brian Yeardley Continental Two Year Old Trophy at Beverley.

Ed Dunlop has Goodwood aim for Gold Cup hero Trip To Paris

Ed Dunlop is aiming to have last year's Ascot Gold Cup winner Trip To Paris ready in time for an assault on the Qatar Goodwood Cup.

Hugo Palmer not expecting Cunco histrionics from Frankel colt

Trainer Hugo Palmer is not expecting fireworks from Majoris when he becomes the second son of Frankel to grace the racecourse at Haydock on Friday.

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