DAVID BARRON has tasted glory in the Coolmore Nunthorpe Stakes before when Coastal Bluff dead-heated with Ya Malak in 1997, and the trainer hopes to strike again on August 21 with Pearl Secret.
THE Qatar Racing and Equestrian Club have been unveiled as the new sponsor of Sunday's Group 3 Phoenix Sprint Stakes at the Curragh, their first foray into the Irish thoroughbred industry.
CHARLIE HILLS has confirmed leading sprinter Muhaarar will bid for his third Group 1 of the season in Sunday's Prix Maurice de Gheest and plans to fly the three-year-old to France to avoid the problems caused by migrants in Calais.
The five trainers facing cobalt charges will be unable to claim their percentage of any prize-money earned in Group and Listed races in the state of Victoria until their cases are resolved.
International ratings expert Sam Walker reflects on American Pharoah's latest stunning victory.
A MILLION pounds will be pumped into British racing over the next three years to fight the growing crisis in stable staff numbers undermining the sport.
IN A display of complete and utter dominance, Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (Bob Baffert/Victor Espinoza) trounced his rivals to continue where he left off in the Belmont with a majestic performance in the William Hill Haskell Invitational.
IT MAY be dismissed as a glorified friendly, but Arsenal’s 1-0 victory over Chelsea in Sunday’s Community Shield has rocked the betting market for this season’s Premier League title
RICHARD HUGHES, the three-time champion Flat jockey who retired on Saturday after a distinguished riding career, is 5-1 with William Hill to saddle a Group 1 winner by the end of next year.
The Racing Post's industry editor Bill Barber on another week when Ladbrokes were in the news.