True Story's name was on everyone's lips after Newmarket’s first meeting of the Flat season got underway on Wednesday.
The Peter Bowen-trained Al Co held off the challenge of last year's winner Godsmejudge to win the Scottish Grand National.
Ectot delivered a fine performance in the Prix de Fontainebleau Guineas trial at Longchamp to raise expectations for the French 2,000 Guineas.
Ascot will stage Europe's richest handicap mile in October with the addition of the £250,000 Balmoral Handicap to the British Champions Day card.
Ruby Walsh looks set to return from injury ahead of schedule after confirming he hopes to be fit for the Punchestown Festival.
Frankie Dettori is counting down the hours until he can jump back on board 'the best horse in the world'.
Paul Nicholls is yet to commit Tidal Bay to a run in the Coral Scottish National, after the 13-year-old failed to make history at Aintree on Saturday.
Arvika Ligeonniere went some way to restoring his reputation with a victory under Paul Townend in the Normans Grove Chase at Fairyhouse.
This week's show heads to the Middle East where the focus is on the Dubai World Cup.
Pineau De Re - a horse named after a wine - delivered a battling performance to win a vintage Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree.
All but one of the 40 jockeys at the Grand National could be in hot water after a bad-tempered falling out with officials at Aintree.
The Racing Post's betting editor and top tipster Paul Kealy gives us the inside track on who will win the big race at Aintree.
Trainer Nicky Henderson believes he has the "quality and quantity" to end his Grand National hoodoo.
Nicky Henderson believes he's never had a better chance of winning the one major National Hunt prize missing from his collection at this weekend's Crabbie's
Boston Bob was delivered late to win the Melling Chase and secure Willie Mullins his first top-level chase victory in Britain since 2009.
Sam Waley-Cohen is eyeing a Aintree double after claiming an impressive victory over the fabled Grand National fences yesterday.
Sam Twiston-Davies piloted The New One to a thrilling victory in the Aintree Hurdle at the Grand National meeting.
Tony McCoy is expected to ride Double Seven at this weekend's Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree as he seeks his second win in the race.
Paul Nicholls is hoping his Cheltenham luck can turn this week and juvenile hurdler Calipto can kick off the transformation.
Jockey Jamie Moore is hoping to reverse his disappointing Grand National record as takes charge of Mountainous.