Ian Ogg blogs live from day two of the Newmarket Craven Meeting.
There's plenty of good National Hunt action upcoming, including meetings at Fairyhouse, Punchestown and Sandown, but with
Cheltenham and Aintree behind us it's time for the flat season to kick up a gear.
Kingman's performance in the Greenham whetted the appetite for the 2000 Guineas, where he is now favourite to emulate Frankel and carry Khalid Abdullah's silks to victory in the opening Classic on the Rowley Mile.
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Enrique Leon has no concerns about Noozhoh Canarias handling his first experience of Newmarket in the Qipco 2000 Guineas.
Michael Shinners brings us the latest market movers from the Sky Bet trading room.
Trainer Tom George hopes Module can enhance his reputation at the Punchestown Festival.
The Tom George-trained Parsnip Pete will aim to add to his Aintree success at the Punchestown Festival.
Mallowney is likely to put his Punchestown Festival credentials on the line at Fairyhouse as long as the ground is not too fast.
George Primarolo thinks Be Ready can lower the colours of red-hot favourite Toormore in the Craven Stakes at Newmarket.
We run through the races on day two of Newmarket's Craven meeting with a view to finding winners now and in the future.
Post your questions now for Friday's chat with star Racing UK and Channel 4 analyst Graham Cunningham.
A High Chaparral colt smashed the European record for a breeze-up horse at Tattersalls on Wednesday.