CIRRUS DES AIGLES has rediscovered the form that made him an irresistible force earlier in the season, according to trainer Corine Barande-Barbe, as the gelding continues the build-up to a fourth attempt at the Qipco Champion Stakes next month.
KINGMAN, who has lit up the 2014 Flat season, has been retired. Take a look at his career in our picture gallery.
KINGMAN, who followed the mighty Frankel as the latest star off owner-breeder Khalid Abdullah's famed production line with four Group 1 victories this season, has been retired.
BOB BAFFERT retired stable ace Game On Dude last week, but the trainer doesn't have to look far for another front-running Grade 1 performer, argues the Racing Post's international ratings expert Sam Walker.
TIGGY WIGGY is reported bang on target for Saturday's Group 1 Connolly's Red Mills Cheveley Park Stakes and trainer Richard Hannon has not ruled out a trip to France the following weekend for the Qatar Prix de l'Abbaye should she win well.
RISING sprint star Muthmir is under serious consideration for an ambitious tilt at the Group 1 Qatar Prix de l'Abbaye at Longchamp on Sunday week, trainer William Haggas has revealed.
THE two British raiders finished unplaced in Sunday´s German St. Leger at Dortmund, although the Mark Johnston-trained Special Meaning finished a highly respectable fourth after disputing the lead for much of the way.
IRELAND'S six-time champion jockey Pat Smullen reached 100 wins in a season for the first time when he steered Brooch, trained by his old ally Dermot Weld, to victory at Gowran Park on Sunday.
WHERE to start? I simply don't know where to start. A month has passed since we last communicated and it has included the worst day of my life, the best day of my life, and lots of days where I was too dazed and bewildered.
THE Racing Post's industry editor Bill Barber takes a look at what has been making the news off the track.