A review of the action from Leicester where outsider of four Feeling Easy bounced back to form for Robert Eddery.
John Gosden is carrying all before him this season, on top of the trainer's championship and with several of the best horses
in training housed at his yard.
Kingman looks the best miler we've seen since Frankel and Sultanina added to the Group 1 haul in the Nassau Stakes. Epsom Oaks and King George winner Taghrooda lost her unbeaten record in the Yorkshire Oaks but still looks a player for the Arc, while Romsdal could bid to give him a third St Leger in the last five years.
Ben Linfoot discusses Aidan O'Brien's domination of the Epsom Derby and looks at six of his contenders for 2015.
Andrew Balding is in no rush to decide on the next target for his smart juvenile, the Group One entered Elm Park.
The line-up has been announced for the fifth renewal of the Clipper Logistics Legends Classified Stakes at Doncaster.
Donald McCain has taken the tough decision 'to retire Peddlers Cross, the best horse I may ever train'.
David Nicholls has his eye on the feature race at Hamilton Park on Tuesday with his Thirsk raider Layla's Hero.
Betfred Ebor winner Mutual Regard figures in the 18 entries for the totescoop6 September Stakes at Kempton on Saturday.
Arena Racing Company and Towcester have announced the sale of seven jumps fixtures from the Northamptonshire track.
Saturday's Sprint Cup comes under the microscope as our ante-post expert The Insider looks for more big-race value.
Karl Burke is thinking of giving Odeliz one more run before the Grade One EP Taylor Stakes at Woodbine on October 19.