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McCoy thrills on final Ascot ride

Racegoers at Ascot have witnessed many great rides from Tony McCoy but perhaps fittingly none better than his last ever there on Un Ace in the Waitrose Novices' Handicap Chase.

Huge shock in Park Express

Ramone caused a major upset by claiming Group Three honours at 100-1 in the Lodge Park Stud EBF Park Express Stakes at the Curragh.

O’Brien fifth on hurdles bow

Joseph O'Brien was out of luck on his first ever ride over jumps as Egyptian Warrior finished fifth in the Family Fun Day Rated Novice Hurdle at Limerick.

Hero makes his mark for O’Meara

Owners Middleham Park Racing have high hopes for Hail The Hero after the colt they bought out of Aidan O'Brien's powerful Irish stable got off the mark in division one of the Project Polar Maiden Stakes at Doncaster. The son of Galileo (11-4 joint-favourite) looked a smart prospect for the David O'Meara yard as he comfortably defeated Mockingbird Hill by three lengths.

Clouds given National clearance

Many Clouds will run in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree on April 11.

Chrome to have Lockinge entry ahead of Royal run

California Chrome will also be given a Lockinge entry at Newbury before a tilt at Royal Ascot.

Jacob ripe for Pineau ride

Daryl Jacob will partner Pineau De Re when the horse goes in search of back-to-back victories in the Crabbie's Grand National on Saturday week.

Varian suffers Kingston ‘blow’

Kingston Hill's early-season preparations have been derailed by injury, said trainer Roger Varian.

Kristale limbers up for York return

George Margarson is leaning towards starting Lucky Kristale off in the Duke of York Stakes in May.

Aintree on God’s radar

Tom George has yet to make his mind up which race God's Own will contest at the Crabbie's Grand National meeting.

Ferof in hunt for Aintree riches

Paul Nicholls' team for Aintree looks to have been strengthened after the Ditcheat handler revealed Al Ferof is on course to run at the Crabbie's Grand National meeting.

Telescope back in focus

Telescope is reported in fine form as he gears up for his seasonal return.

Sherman points to draw for ‘awesome’ Chrome defeat

Connections of both California Chrome and Lea were of praise for their runners after Prince Bishop cause a huge upset in Dubai

Prince Bishop rules the World to leave Buick ‘numb’

Prince Bishop defeated the best of America in California Chrome and Lea to spring a surprise in the Dubai World Cup at Meydan.

Sole switches on late power

Sole Power landed a famous victory when he took the Al Quoz Sprint at the fifth attempt with his customary late surge in the five-furlong Group One contest at Meydan.

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