Grand National-winning jockey Liam Treadwell, who won the fabled steeplechase at the first attempt in 2009, has been found dead in an English property.
Horse racing in Scotland is set to return behind closed doors as the government announced professional sport can resume as part of its COVID-19 route...
Horse racing has resumed in Britain for the first time since March 17 with a 10-race meeting in Newcastle.
William Buick, who will ride Pinatubo in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket, says he can't wait for UK racing to resume.
UK racing has been given government approval to resume after a 10-week absence because of the coronavirus pandemic
The British Horseracing Authority has high hopes that UK racing will be up and running again on June 1.
The 2000 Guineas and the 1000 Guineas are set to mark the return of UK racing on the first weekend in June.
Leading trainer John Gosden says his team of high-profile racehorses is ready for action if UK racing resumes in June.
Jockeys can expect things to look different when racing eventually resumes in Britain, Professional Jockeys Association chief executive Paul Struthers says.
A provisional program for the resumption of racing has been published by the British Horseracing Authority.
Epsom is exploring the feasibility and practicality of a one-day Derby meeting behind closed doors.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has spoken positively about hopes the resumption of racing in Britain might not be too far away.
Racing officials have outlined a program for Group One racing in Britain based on a return at the end of the month.
Officials are nearing publication of an initial program for the first seven days of racing when the sport eventually resumes in Britain.
Plans for the resumption of British racing have met with a mostly positive response from the Professional Jockeys Association.
A restriction on field sizes to 12 runners per race and the use of only senior jockeys feature in plans for the resumption of racing...
Britain's Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has defended his decision to allow the Cheltenham Festival to go ahead.
The British Horseracing Authority has plans to run the Classic races in different time slots when the sport resumes.
British Horseracing Authority chief executive Nick Rust has defended the decision to hold the Cheltenham Festival.
Racing will remain on hold beyond after the British Horseracing Authority extended its suspension on meetings in Britain.
Plans for a resumption of racing in Britain will be reviewed by the board of the British Horseracing Authority.
Two major UK racing meetings, including the Derby festival at Epsom in June, have been postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Classic-winning trainer Ralph Beckett is optimistic racing in Britain will be ready to resume behind closed doors should it be given the go-ahead.
British racing is likely to resume behind closed doors once given the appropriate go-ahead following the current shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Trainer Mark Johnston believes the British Horseracing Authority has made a mistake suspending racing as soon as it has.