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Irish duo walking on Ayr

Irish trainer-and-jockey combination Adrian Keatley and Sean Corby stole the show at Ayr with two and three winners respectively at the Scottish circuit.

Waller convinced Brazen Beau will improve

Chris Waller has his eyes set on Darley July Cup glory after watching Brazen Beau go through his paces in Newmarket on Monday morning.

Lynam duo to blaze July trail

Sprint king Eddie Lynam will run Anthem Alexander and Sole Power as he attempts to win back-to-back renewals of the Darley July Cup at Newmarket on Saturday. With last year's winner Slade Power now retired, Lynam will call upon smart three-year-old filly Anthem Alexander and the veteran Sole Power, who has never claimed victory over six furlongs but was an unlucky fifth in the race in 2013.

Unassuming O’Meara on the march

It is just five short years since former National Hunt jockey David O'Meara saddled his first winner but with a yard now bulging at the seams, it is hard to remember an ascent up the training ranks as quick as his.

Gosden unfazed by trailblazing Horn

John Gosden would not be concerned if Golden Horn was forced into making the running again following his victory from the front in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown on Saturday.

Niel mooted for Hobbs Arc prep

Impressive Irish Derby winner Jack Hobbs could have his next run in France after the Prix Niel was mentioned as a potential target by trainer John Gosden. The Clarehaven handler said the mile-and-half Group Two at Longchamp on September 13 could act as a stepping-stone for the three-year old before the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe over course and distance a month later.

Mahsoob set for Wales’s run

Mahsoob is set to be John Gosden's major hope for the Princess of Wales's Arqana Racing Club Stakes at Newmarket on Thursday.

Waady enters Haydock equation

John Gosden feels the Sprint Cup at Haydock should be the major objective for the fast-improving Waady.

Fabre favours Bay Deauville date

Andre Fabre has pencilled in the Group Two Prix Guillaume d'Ornano as the likely next target for French Derby hero New Bay.

Nassau next for Legatissimo

Legatissimo will try to regain the winning thread in the Qatar Nassau Stakes at Goodwood after narrow defeats on her last two starts.

Glorious designs for Abbaye hero

Move In Time will continue his preparation for the defence of his Prix de l'Abbaye crown in the Qatar King George Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.

It may have been easy for Pendleton, but it wasn’t for me!

Sophie Harden has been training and riding out since March and takes her chance in Friday's charity race at Ascot

Varian dealt further Hill blow

Kingston Hill could miss the rest of the season after suffering a further setback.

Egan charged by BHA

Former apprentice jockey Darren Egan must attend a British Horseracing Authority corruption hearing after he was charged with breaches of the rules of racing.

Lightning in hat for Cup run

Ante-post favourite Lightning Spear is among 44 remaining possibles for the 56th John Smith's Cup at York on Saturday.

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