JOSEPHINE GORDON admits that a possible call up to ride on the girls team at the Shergar Cup at Ascot in August 'would be a dream come true'.
TIME TEST defied a 5lb penalty, a messy passage and last year's winner Western Hymn to come from last to first to land the Brigadier Gerard under a fabulous Ryan Moore.
GLOBAL APPLAUSE reversed form with 13-8 favourite Mehmas to set himself up for a tilt at a major Royal Ascot contest after winning the Listed National Stakes at Sandown and give Ed Dunlop a double on the evening.
SAMMY JO BELL is looking at a longer spell on the sidelines than initially expected, with the rider who fractured her pelvis in a nasty incident at Carlisle a week ago expected to spend the next six weeks in a wheelchair.
YARMOUTH has received the green light from the BHA to resume racing for the first time this year on Wednesday, June 8.
CHARLIE APPLEBY believes Minding's defeat in the Irish 1,000 Guineas has made the Investec Oaks a more attractive race and increased the chances of Skiffle being supplemented at a cost of £30,000.
Altercations in the heat of a race are not uncommon between jockeys, especially when space is at a premium, but Natalie Turner and Freddy Jose Manrrique-Guerrero had a very heated set-to, with Turner resorting to whipping her rival.
A DECISION on Ballysax winner Harzand's participation in the Investec Derby is likely to be delayed until the middle of next week, according to his trainer Dermot Weld.
SIR MICHAEL STOUTE has recruited Kieren Fallon and Andrea Atzeni to ride his pair of Investec Derby hopes, and the latter described himself as "very happy", after a first spin on Ulysses on Wednesday morning.
Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne has been urged to consider retiring from the saddle by her brother Paddy after suffering abdominal injuries in a fall on Monday.
The weekend's best bets, including a 16-1 selection at Chester
Tips for the Classic following Breakfast with the Stars at Epsom
Mark Scully with who he will be backing at Epsom