Irish master trainer Aidan O'Brien has placed six horses into quarantine for the Melbourne spring carnival headed by 2019 Epsom Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck.
Galileo Chrome has provided jockey Tom Marquand with a remarkable first classic victory in the St Leger at Doncaster.
Trainer Ed Dunlop is hoping for a case of third time lucky as he again sets his sights on chasing a Melbourne Cup start with...
Mohaather, trained by Marcus Tregoning and ridden by Jim Crowley, has won the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood.
Stradivarius has created history by winning his fourth successive Goodwood Cup, with the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe his next goal.
Barney Roy has notched his third Group One in claiming the Grosser Dallmayr-Preis - Bayerisches Zuchtrennen at Munich.
Irish Derby winner Santiago will be among six rivals for benchmark UK stayer Stradivarius in the Goodwood Cup.
Superstar mare Enable has won a third King George and Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot in a race that produced the smallest field in the race's...
Top mare Enable will have just three rivals in her quest for an historic third win in the Group One King George VI and Queen...
Options at home and abroad will be considered for English stayer Red Verdon, a spring visitor to Melbourne during the past two years, after a...
Saeed bin Suroor's stable star Benbatl is back in training ahead of a return to action near the end of the UK summer.
Ed Vaughan, the English-based racehorse trainer with close connections to Australian racing, has announced he is to quit training later in the season.
As tyro Cieren Fallon posted his first Group One win, jumps legend Barry Geraghty announced his retirement during a significant weekend of British racing.
Pinatubo, who races for Godolphin out of the Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Charlie Appleby's Newmarket yard, has returned to his best form.
Cieren Fallon, son of former champion jockey Kieren, has landed in first Group One win on July Cup hero Oxted.
Nazeef has toppled stablemate and favourite Terebellum in the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.
Hello Youmzain and Golden Horde are among the entries for a 13-strong field in the July Cup at Newmarket.
Three-year-old Golden Horde will take on older horses for the first time in the Group One July Cup at Newmarket.
Ghaiyyath has upset champion mare Enable's reappearance in making most of the running to win the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown.
Love, trained by Aidan O'Brien and ridden by Ryan Moore, has won The Oaks at Epsom Downs.
Serpentine, trained by Aidan O'Brien and ridden by Emmet McNamara, has won the Derby at Epsom Downs.
Enable will return to racing against six rivals, including the Mackinnon Stakes winner Magic Wand, in the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown.
Sixteen three-year-olds will take their place in their place in the Epsom Derby with Frankie Dettori's mount English King the favourite.
Trainer Aidan O'Brien and jockey Seamus Heffernan capped a successful weekend of racing at the Curragh when Magical won the Group One Pretty Polly Stakes.
Irish Derby winner Santiago is a possibility for the English Derby despite a quick turnaround from his Curragh triumph.