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The Hennessy Gold Cup (3.00pm, Newbury, Saturday), run over 3 miles 2½ furlongs, is the highlight of the Hennessy Heritage Festival. The race is considered an important early season trial for the Cheltenham Gold Cup but, being a handicap, pits … More…
The Betfair Chase (3.00pm, Haydock, Saturday) is the first Grade 1 race of the National Hunt season and this year will be run over a slightly longer trip of three miles and one furlong (3m1f). The race looks particularly competitive … More…
The Charlie Hall Chase (3.35pm, Wetherby, Saturday) is the first major staying chase of the season and this year sees the reappearance of last year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup third, fifth and seventh, Long Run, Cape Tribulation and Wayward Prince in … More…
The Racing Post Trophy (3.50pm, Doncaster, Saturday) is the final Group 1 race of the British Flat racing season and usually has a bearing on the following season’s Classics, especially the Derby.
The Champion Stakes (4.05pm, Ascot, Saturday) is the most valuable race of its kind run in Britain, so it’s no surprise that this year’s renewal features five individual Group 1 winners among the ten runners.
The Middle Park Stakes (2.35pm, Newmarket, Saturday) is the first Group 1 race on the Rowley Mile course on Saturday afternoon and provides the two-year-old colts with the chance to test their mettle over 6 furlongs. Great White Eagle (2/1) … More…
The Dewhurst Stakes (3.10pm, Newmarket, Saturday) is the second Group 1 race on Future Champions Day at Newmarket and arguably the most prestigious race of the season for two-year-olds. Almost invariably, the result has some bearing
In terms of strength in depth, this year’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (3.15pm, Longchamp, Sunday) is a candidate for the strongest in history. Nevertheless, we’ve left no stone unturned and hit upon a selection that we think is capable … More…
The Cambridgeshire (3.50pm, Newmarket, Saturday) is the first leg of the traditional Autumn Double, the second leg being the Cesarewitch, also at Newmarket, on October 12. The nine-furlong contest has, as usual, attracted a maximum field of 35 runners, but … More…