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Channel 4 racing coverage to finish on Welsh National Day

Channel 4 will not cover Newbury’s Challow Hurdle meeting   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Bruce Jackson 4:10PM 2 DEC 2016  CHANNEL 4 has officially confirmed it will bring the curtain down four days early on its 32 years of racing coverage, with its cameras rolling for the last time ...

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Douvan among eight entries for Tingle Creek

Douvan has not been seen since winning at Punchestown in April   PICTURE: Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/photos)   By Graham Dench 3:15PM 28 NOV 2016  RACING POST Arkle hero Douvan is among eight runners entered for Saturday’s Betfair Tingle Creek, with the race having been reopened. Douvan’s stablemate Un De Sceaux also holds ...

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Crowley: Don't rule me out of jockeys' title battle

Crowley’s odds of retaining title drifted after news of new job broke   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Mark Scully 3:30PM 24 NOV 2016  JIM CROWLEY insists his decision to take the job as number one rider to Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum does not mean his chances of retaining his ...

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Ashforth Angles: A Cheltenham Festival winner for you all

Jonjo O’Neill: will be focusing on the Cheltenham Festival   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Ashforth 6:00PM 20 NOV 2016  EVERY year, people wonder what Jonjo O’Neill is going to pluck out of the bag for the Cheltenham Festival. Luckily for you, I’ve already worked it out and the ...

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Ashforth's Angles: Doctor who knows how to train

Dr Richard Newland won the Grand National in 2014 with Pineau De Re   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Ashforth 6:00PM 16 NOV 2016  IN 2006 one racing doctor died, aged 86, and another came alive. Doctor Arthur Jones, a GP from Swansea, had once trained a small string ...

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Cheltenham on Sunday: A day of festival clues

Cheltenham: Another quality day of racing is in store on Sunday   PICTURE: John Grossick (racingpost.com/photos)    By Stuart Riley 6:15PM 12 NOV 2016  FOUR of the six winners on day three of last year’s Open meeting went on to win at the Cheltenham Festival, while one of the runners-up was ...

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Ashforth's Angles: A tip for apprentices

Richard Hughes gives plenty of opportunities to apprentice jockeys   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Ashforth 5:00PM 8 NOV 2016  HAVE you heard of Finley Marsh? I hadn’t either but when Wednesday’s last jump race is over the next race, a Class 7 handicap at Kempton (4.25), will be ...

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Tylicki suffers paralysis in Kempton fall

Freddy Tylicki: has suffered paralysis in Kempton fall   PICTURE: Getty Images    By David Baxter 7:47PM 4 NOV 2016  FREDDY TYLICKI has suffered paralysis to the lower half of  his body after his fall at Kempton on Monday, it was revealed on Friday evening. Tylicki was one of four jockeys ...

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Ladbrokes and Coral merger to be completed Tuesday

Coraland Ladbrokes: Merger is to be completed on Tuesday   PICTURE: Jay Vincent    By Bill Barber 7:55PM 31 OCT 2016  TWO of the most famous names in British betting officially join forces on Tuesday when Ladbrokes Coral plc begins trading on the London Stock Exchange, the latest seismic change in ...

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O'Brien brothers aim for Breeders' Cup glory with Intricately

Intricately and Donnacha O’Brien (right) winning the Moyglare Stud Stakes   PICTURE: Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/photos)    By Brian Sheerin 6:47PM 27 OCT 2016  AFTER making his own searing mark on the Breeders’ Cup, Joseph O’Brien is ready to keep the faith in his younger brother Donnacha and give the teenager his ...

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