Hurricane Fly, one of the greatest hurdlers in the history of jumps racing, has been retired.
Leading jockey Hayley Turner, a three time Group One winner, is set to retire at the end of the season.
The Insider turns his attention to this week's Betfred Sprint Cup at Haydock with Adaay fancied to strike.
Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton finished a close second on her first ride as a fully-fledged amateur jockey at Ripon.
A round-up of the pick of the action from Epsom as Patrick Mullins landed a second victory in the Amateur Derby.
A round-up of the pick of the action from Ripon where Whitman waltzed to victory in the Champion Two Yrs Old Trophy.
Following the retirement of one of the hurdling greats, we take a look back at Hurricane Fly's very best moments:
Impressive Newmarket scorer Ventura Storm could take his next step up the ladder at Haydock on Saturday.
Keith Dalgleish is double-handed in the £20,000 feature race at Hamilton Park on Tuesday.
Irish Derby winner Jack Hobbs features among 12 entries for the totescoop6 September Stakes at Kempton on Saturday.