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Former jockey Philip Hide has been awarded more than £50,000 compensation for injuries sustained in a fall at Cheltenham in 2006.
Sugar Boy is not a certain starter in the Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
Paul Deegan is unsure whether to step Sruthan up to a mile and a quarter in the Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
Princess Highway's disappointing reverse at Naas last Wednesday was blamed on her being in season.
Style Vendome, winner of the French 2,000 Guineas at Longchamp, will not run in the French Derby on Sunday week.
German trainer Mario Hofer could attempt to win the Coral-Eclipse with Pastorius.
Jamie Spencer is likely to adopt different tactics on Havana Gold in Saturday's Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh.
Francois Doumen is leaning away from asking Top Trip to contest the Ascot Gold Cup.
First Mohican could be heading to Ireland for his next run after his success at York last week.
French racing authority France Galop has said it is awaiting further contact from Frankie Dettori concerning a "medical" matter if the rider's application for a renewed licence is to be approved.
Windfast is likely to head for the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot after getting off the mark in good style at Nottingham.
Group One-winning sprinter Borderlescott could be set to come out of retirement at the age of 11.
Sprinter Sacre might have been below-par the last time he was seen in action at Punchestown but he was still able to finish by far and away the top chaser of the Anglo-Irish Jump Classifications.
Owner Henry Ponsonby admits Tiger Cliff's win at Newmarket on Saturday has left connections with a nice, but difficult, decision to make regarding the Ascot Stakes.
Hurricane Fly has been rated the second-best hurdler in the 14-year history of the Anglo-Irish Jump Classification.