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Million reasons for Gosden to be excited about Stradivarius again

Stayers’ bonus on the agenda once more

Enable in ‘great order’ with Epsom set to be first step on road to third Arc

Gosden thrilled with brilliant mare

Dettori relishing season ahead with Too Darn Hot

Guineas favourite all set to start off in Greenham

Arthur on course for National

One For Arthur is firmly on course to bid for a second victory in the Randox Health Grand National after delighting connections in a schooling session at Carlisle.

Calyx ‘pleasing’ Gosden but no date set yet for return

Dubai Warrior could head to Craven meeting

Hot favourite Auxerre stands ground for Lincoln

Big Doncaster handicap the target for Appleby ace

Tiger Roll looking to make history at 2019 Grand National

The 2019 Grand National will be the 172nd running of the event, which will take place at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool in England.

Karawaan scoops Irish Lincolnshire

Emphatic success on stable debut for Lyons

Cobden reaches his century

Exeter victory is rising star’s 100th of the season

Chasing beckons for Al Dancer next season

Grey due a break after Supreme disappointment

Normandel holds on to take Park Express

Group Three win completes 5,354-1 treble for Bolger and Manning

Roksana set for Ryanair Stayers’

Aintree aim for Skelton mare – with Punchestown back-up plan

Curtis has Aintree plans for Lisnagar and Drovers

Novice duo set for next Festival challenge

King Power Racing Expands Training Roster

King Power Racing has added Sir Michael Stoute, Karl Burke and Tim Easterby to its roster of trainers in order to “get a better geographical spread” in England.

McCoy leads tributes as Noel Fehily ends career in style at Newbury

A brilliant lad and a brilliant rider’, says 20-times champion

Newbury double for rising star Jonjo O’Neill junior

First brace for Cheltenham Festival-winning rider

Henderson resigned to defeat in battle for trainers’ championship

I think we will concede there and look forward to Aintree’

All eyes on Amedeo Modigliani return at Naas

Former Classic candidate missed whole of three-year-old campaign

Bowen takes riding plaudits with double at Kelso

Winston C a first course winner for Harry Fry

Fehily all set for emotional Newbury send-off

Veteran’s last ride on warm favourite Get In The Queue

O’Brien targeting 2000 Guineas with Ten Sovereigns

Hopes high Middle Park winner will get the mile

Betway Bowl in mix for Kemboy

Aintree on agenda after early Gold Cup departure

Ruby Walsh set for action in six-furlong maiden at Naas on Sunday

Star name takes ride for his father, Ted, on first day of new Flat season in Ireland

Drasher could make Punchestown trip following Newbury strike

Improving six-year-old sets new best for trainer Scott

Joe Farrell seeking to keep National options open at Newbury

Rebecca Curtis hopeful of good run

Frost to miss Aintree with broken collarbone

Rising star will see specialist again in two weeks

Makin turns to training after hanging up riding boots

First runner could be next week

Anxious National wait for Mulholland with The Young Master

Ayr an option if 10-year-old misses Aintree cut

Mildmay plan for Kildisart

Pauling keen to try three miles at Aintree

In-form Kachy all set for Finals Day at Lingfield

Dascombe speedster bidding to go one place better than 12 months ago

‘The hope is to ride again’ – Smullen

Derby winner is ‘realist’ about his chances of returning

Tiger Roll headlines National acceptors following latest stage

But Welsh National victor Elegant Escape taken out

Skitter Skatter the flagship in new beginning for Oxx and Prendergast

Moyglare winner set for 1000 Guineas

Punchestown next for City Island following Cheltenham success

‘I’m surprised how well he’s taken the race’

Aintree on agenda for Glen Forsa

Channon eyes Manifesto after early Arkle departure

Definitly Red to miss Aintree outing

Ellison’s charge needed stitches after Gold Cup

Fry has Bags in the groove for Aintree

Classy novice chaser part of a strong-looking team

Cheltenham hero Tiger Roll all set for National repeat

‘The plan is to go for the English National’

Bryony Frost to see specialist following Southwell fall

Cheltenham Festival-winning rider had precautionary X-rays on shoulder

Punchestown plan for Apple’s Jade

Brilliant mare will be ‘entered in everything’ at spring Festival

Top Ville Ben signals future National potential

Kirby already planning Aintree future for Wetherby winner

General Principle leads Elliott battalion in Irish National mix

Powerhouse yard supplies 34 of 110 entries

Williams looking to Aintree with Silver Streak following fine Champion effort

‘It was an outstanding run, really’

Discorama in rude health after Festival heroics

Nolan happy with National Hunt Chase runner-up

Frost has hospital check on shoulder injury

Cheltenham heroine hurt in fall at Southwell

Cheveley Park reflect on successful Festival

Leading Flat owners enjoyed two winners

Aintree introduces mandatory National course walks

New measure for inexperienced jockeys

Darasso digs in for Webster Cup win

O’Brien’s six-year-old gets better of Cadmium at Navan

Sam Spinner given Aintree aim after brave Cheltenham run

Northern raider finished second to Paisley Park

Mullins wins his first Cheltenham Gold Cup

Irish trainer Willie Mullins has won his first ever Cheltenham Gold Cup with $12 chance Al Boum Photo prevailing in the flagship race of the four-day festival.

Al Boum Photo delivers Gold-en result for Willie Mullins

First Gold Cup triumph after six near-misses

Blackmore makes the headlines on Indo with Albert Bartlett victory

Second Festival winner of the week for rider and trainer

Pentland powers to victory in Triumph Hurdle

Race marred by fatal injury to hot favourite Sir Erec

Ch’tibello keeps it in the family for County Hurdle glory

Another success for Team Skelton

Triumph Hurdle marred by death of Sir Erec

Big-race favourite suffered fatal injury

Honeyball hoping Ms Parfois can turn his season round

Mud-loving mare will have her conditions in Midlands National

Bryony Frost makes history with fabulous Frodon triumph

Thrilling Ryanair success lights up Cheltenham

Paisley Park hits the right note in Stayers’ Hurdle

Emotional success for all involved with Lavelle-trained winner

Defi defies old foe Lostintranslation for JLT success

Delight for Hobbs and Geraghty

Brilliant Geraghty lifts Sire Du Berlais to Pertemps glory

Victory for Elliott-trained favourite had looked unlikely

Lizzie Kelly shines on Siruh Du Lac at Cheltenham

Second Festival win for jubilant rider

Apple’s Jade ‘didn’t scope well’ following Champion Hurdle

Elliott mare could go to Punchestown

Altior test nerves – then delivers yet again with second Champion Chase victory

Brilliant chaser’s 18th successive win equals all-time record

Topofthegame comes out on top in thrilling RSA Chase

Giant chestnut beats Santini and Delta Work

Brilliant Tiger Roll cruises to cross-country repeat

Elliott ace all the rage for National defence – but warning sounded over Aintree return

Envoi Allen foils Blue Sari in Bumper showdown

High-class pair dominate for Ireland

City Island keeps Ballymore in the family

Jockey Mark Walsh follows up Champion Hurdle win

William Henry leaves it late to take Coral Cup spoils

Henderson runner foils Wicklow Brave

Cheltenham to inspect as stormy Wednesday threatens

Saturday switch if gales blow day two of Festival off course

A Plus Tard is a Festival first for Rachael Blackmore

Close Brothers triumph comes in colours of Cheveley Park Stud

Roksana takes full advantage of dramatic Benie Des Dieux exit

Final-flight fall conjures memories of Annie Power in same race

Buveur D’Air bidding to join the hurdling greats at Cheltenham

But Henderson wary of threat posed by Irish mares

Hopes high as Lalor poised for Arkle challenge

‘I wouldn’t swap him’, says trainer Kayley Woollacott

Kempton reverse has failed to dent Supreme confidence in Angels Breath

Henderson: That doesn’t worry me one iota

Beni aiming to be jet-propelled in Mares’ Hurdle

No concerns favourite has yet to run this season

Altior the star attraction in Queen Mother Champion Chase

Willie Mullins relies on Min to take on Nicky Henderson’s superstar

Bryony Frost records landmark 100th winner at Plumpton

Rising star gets ready for Cheltenham in style

Buveur D’Air faces nine in Champion hat-trick bid

Apple’s Jade and Laurina will take him on

Kemboy Cup bid is stuff of dreams for Supreme owners

Mullins charge carries syndicate’s Cheltenham hopes

Al Dancer tops Supreme list

Twiston-Davies favourite to face 17 in Festival opener

Lalor leads 12 contenders for Arkle honours at Cheltenham

Glen Forsa in opposition on the first day of the Festival

Tip Two Win is fit again

Guineas runner-up gearing up for turf campaign

Naas goes ahead

Sunday card passes inspection

Presenting Percy headlines 20 left in hunt for Gold Cup glory

Defending champion Native River also on course for big-race repeat

Sir Erec stands ground for Triumph Hurdle

O’Brien ace unbeaten in two starts since switching from Flat

Imperial rule for Nicholls and Cobden with Malaya

Another big Saturday success for Ditcheat team

Photo-finish drama at Sandown leads to incorrect result being called

Wrong winning post had been used in making decision

Blue Point puts down Al Quoz marker in Meydan

Classy sprinter sets up World Cup night target

Misty Whisky shows winning spirit at Sandown

Delight for Harry Fry

Footpad spearheads three Ryanair possibles for Willie Mullins

Min and Un De Sceaux also left in the Cheltenham feature

Paisley Park primed for Stayers’ Hurdle challenge

Faugheen also stands his ground

Henderson suffers another setback with RSA hope Santini

Leading Cheltenham contender has been having foot issues

Capeland added to field for JLT Novices’ Chase

Strong renewal looks guaranteed

Vinndication set for JLT test after Festival rethink from Kim Bailey

Trainer had ruled his charge out of Cheltenham

Setback forces Honeysuckle to miss Festival date

Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle hope will not run at Cheltenham

Meade confirms Ryanair plan for Road To Respect

Shorter race favoured as ‘better option’ than Gold Cup

Altior stars as Champion Chase possibles are whittled down to 12

Defending champion leads the way in Cheltenham Festival feature

Nico De Boinville opts for Angels Breath in Supreme test

Jockey also confirms he will ride Brain Power in the Champion Hurdle

Delta Work among 13 still in RSA

Elliott star one of just two Irish challengers

Champ on track for Ballymore showdown

Stablemate Birchdale also among 41 confirmations

Too Darn Hot heads 96 still in Derby

Champion juvenile one of 16 Gosden hopefuls

Persian King Has First Turf Canter

5th March 2019 – Andre Fabre, the legendary 29-time French Champion Trainer, this morning stepped up preparations for his QIPCO 2000 Guineas candidate, Persian King.

Gordon Elliott announces Samcro to miss Cheltenham

Seven-year-old could still run this season, but chasing on the agenda next term

David Maxwell seizing Festival chance with Zizaneur

Owner-jockey also rides Shantou Flyer in Foxhunter

Henderson hopeful for RSA but Santini ‘still rather sore’

Shoe was pulled off during Newbury workout

Coney Island on course for Ryanair challenge

Eight-year-old pleased in Leopardstown session

Western Australia set for reappearance in Patton Stakes at Dundalk

Race rescheduled following tragic events on Friday night

Ascot Racecourse introduces Royal Ascot Trials Day

Ascot Racecourse's first meeting of the Flat season, formerly Sagaro Stakes Raceday, will be renamed Royal Ascot Trials Day with a focus on some of the key prep races for horses ahead of the premier Flat meeting of the season.

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity being savoured by Lalor team

Proud owner David Staddon not interested in selling Arkle favourite

‘No reason’ Santini will not run in RSA, says Henderson

Ante-post favourite drifted in betting on Monday

Walsh could take weekend rides with sights set firmly on Cheltenham

Lots to look forward to, with Benie Des Dieux ‘best chance’ at Festival

Lavelle hoping Paisley Park fairytale can last a little longer

‘It’s the stuff that dreams are made of’

Road To Respect in ‘good shape’ for Cheltenham

Gold Cup target – but Ryanair option to be ‘left open’

Henderson trio delight in pre-Cheltenham spins at Newbury

Might Bite, Santini and On The Blind Side all in action

Snow stopping Noel Meade as winter returns at Leopardstown

Treble for in-form trainer

Might Bite and Santini set for jumping day out at Newbury on Sunday

Henderson taking Cheltenham Festival hopes for weekend spin

Nicholls in search of further Greatwood riches at Newbury

Ditcheat trainer has fine record in valuable handicap

Rocky ready to rumble in Grimthorpe Chase

Bailey feels novice has got ‘every chance’

Prize-money boycott results in walkover at Sedgefield on Sunday

Donald McCain will donate winnings to Injured Jockeys Fund

Premier chance for Black Corton to return to winning ways

Long journey from Somerset could end run of seconds

Western Australia stars in quality field for Patton Stakes at Dundalk

Vertem Futurity third will have assistance of Ryan Moore

Master Dee aiming to advertise Aintree hopes by claiming Greatwood Gold

Fergal O’Brien’s charge could head for the Grand National after Newbury run

Joe Farrell ready to make belated start in Newbury Veterans’ heat

Scottish National hero has been sidelined with a minor setback

Lingfield races reopened despite temporary prize-money agreement

Trainers had been discussing boycotting three days of meetings at ARC tracks

Penhill to miss Stayers’ Hurdle

Gallops injury rules out title defence

Gumball floors Verdana Blue in Kempton surprise

Henderson mare has to settle for second in Champion Hurdle prep