Paul Nicholls knows Irish mare Annie Power is a threat in this year's Ladbrokes World Hurdle, but he believes four-time champion Big Buck's will be tough to
Top trainers Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls have urged Cheltenham officials not to water the track ahead of next week's Festival.
Warwick is looking to attract some of the thousands of Irish visitors who flock to next week's Cheltenham Festival on Sunday.
Cue Card, winner of the Grade One Betfair Chase at Haydock in November, has been ruled out for the rest of the season.
Under-fire Irish trainer Philip Fenton is free to send live Gold Cup hope Last Instalment to the Cheltenham Festival.
My Tent or Yours was the subject of a market drift today after Nicky Henderson revealed he had a minor injury scare.
Ruby Walsh won 18 straight races aboard Big Buck's but he expects new mount Annie Power to give the four-time World Hurdle winner a fright at Cheltenham.
18-time Champion Jockey AP McCoy revealed this year's Cheltenham festival may be one of his last.
Michael Scudamore believes Monbeg Dude is right on track for next month's Grand National.
Dessie Hughes has confirmed Lieutenant Colonel for the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle.
Dubday, winner of last year’s Qatar Derby, earned his third straight victory success in Qatar’s HH The Emir’s Trophy.
Jonjo O'Neill is still weighing up whether to commit More Of That to the Ladbrokes World Hurdle.
Grand National punters will have a keen eye on Saturday's William Hill Grimthorpe Chase at Doncaster.
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Cheltenham is yet to see the best of two-time Champion Hurdle winner Hurricane Fly, according to jockey Ruby Walsh, but that could all change next month.
Irish jockey Johnny Murtagh, winner of three Derbys, four Irish Derbys and five Gold Cups, has quit the saddle.
French trainer Francois Doumen has signalled the end to the racing career of Kasbah Bliss.
Godolphin has given its trainers ultimate responsibility for running their horse racing stables and scrapped a racing manager post.
The big names continue to fall, as Gold Cup fancy Cue Card is the next to be withdrawn from next month's Cheltenham Festival.
Simon Crisford has resigned as racing manager of the Godolphin stable and will take a new role as Sheikh Mohammed's global racing advisor.