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Doncaster City could take part in the Scottish Cup next term. Photo: Steve Pennock.

Will an ancient treaty create a Scottish Cup passageway for newly established Doncaster City?

English 13th tier outfit Doncaster City have made an audacious attempt to compete in this year’s Scottish Cup. The club, who is under the stewardship of football agent Willie McKay, only formed this summer, but already has a grand vision for the future.

Adam Farragher, the young apprentice jockey, ‘rated highly’ by William Haggas

As Thunder Legend passes the post an impressive 5 1/2 lengths ahead of his nearest rival, the shutter on my camera fires a dozen times and I have my photo. For 22-year-old apprentice jockey, Adam Farragher, today’s winner is a welcome tonic. In the 4.54 at Newmarket, on the 26th August, Farragher’s nightmare summer has come to an end. He is well and truly back in the saddle, even if he is a “little bit rusty” according to his boss.

Two Hertfordshire race fans take their love of racing to the next level

Dean and I have gone back and forth on Twitter for a couple of weeks. I’ve liked a few of his Twitter posts about the Hasmonean Racing syndicate and followed one of his horses at Kempton Park for an article on The syndicate has caught my eye and I’m keen to find out more.

Brighton Races Rock!

My first visit to Brighton Racecourse for an afternoon race meeting is delightful and further proof that you don’t need a card full of Group 1 and Listed Races to put on a great day’s racing. I reflect on a fine afternoon by the seaside.

Andaleep scores hat-trick victory, despite being hit hard in the ratings.

Andaleep (IRE) has been given a +10 lb increase in the ratings following back to back Class 5 wins at Windsor (7th August) and Beverley (10th August).

Three-year-old Vega Sicilia catches the eye in Novice Stakes at Kempton Park

15/8 favourite, Forest Demon, came from the back of the field to win by a neck in The Nursery Handicap Stakes, over 7 furlongs at Kempton today. The 2-year-old Irish raider has raced three times before today and has made little impact in stakes races.

Eve Johnson Houghton lands The BetVictor Hungerford Stakes with Jumby

Eve Johnson Houghton claimed the 3.35 Hungerford Stakes at Newbury today with her four-year-old colt, Jumby. Despite placing in the Wokingham at Ascot and the Bunbury Cup at Newmarket, Jumby was sent off at 9-1, which would prove to be a remarkable price.

Forest Demon makes light work of the field in 5.05 at Kempton Park

15/8 favourite, Forest Demon, came from the back of the field to win by a neck in The Nursery Handicap Stakes, over 7 furlongs at Kempton today. The 2-year-old Irish raider has raced three times before today and has made little impact in stakes races.

No mercy for Cobra Kai after four and three quarter length Ayr victory

Cobra Kai has been issued with a +10 lb increase in the ratings following his easy victory at Ayr on Thursday. Keith Dalgleish’s smart 2019 gelding made all over the seven furlong trip.

Miss Attitude clouted with eight pound rating increase after convincing Sandown victory

Mick Channon’s 2-year-old maiden winner, Miss Attitude, was given a penalty of +8 pounds after a surprise win last Thursday at Sandown in The British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes (Class 4). Romping home at 16/1, Charlie Bishop’s mount certainly caught the eye of the BHA ratings team who have increase her mark to 79 from 71.

Mick Channon improver, Miss Attitude, shows the boys how it is done in 2-year-old maiden stakes at Sandown yesterday

Miss Attitude made all in a scintillating sprint on the straight track at Sandown on Thursday. Looking fitter than fifteen days beforehand, when she had returned after a break for a wind operation, she looked excellent in the paddock. Towering over the smaller sprinters in the paddock, she looked a little out of place: like a middle distance filly who had been entered in the wrong race. But not all great sprinters are built the same.

Talented trainer, Amy Murphy, secures double ‘black-type’ at Deauville

Amy Murphy recorded two Group 3 placings at Deauville on Tuesday to secure ‘black type’ for two of her two-year-olds in training, Ipanema Princess and Manhattan Jungle.

Brilliant Caius Chorister takes another step forward in David Menuisier training masterclass

Caius Chorister extended her winning streak to five with a convincing victory in the Oliver Brown Handicap at Goodwood on Friday. The three-year-old filly has continued to progress at an extraordinary rate, baffling the trainer and the British Horseracing Association handicapping team in equal measure.

Racing Post’s ‘Spotlight’ tips Raasel in the King George Qatar Stakes at Goodwood today

According to Spotlight, course and distance winner Raasel “sets a formidable standard in his first Group 2 test” in the 3.35 at Goodwood today. Raasel is currently 7/2 with most bookmakers as opportunities to back the Michael Appleby trained 5-year-old at 4/1 begin to disappear across the Sussex Downs.

Laura King joins UK based World Horse Racing after more than a decade with Dubai Racing TV

Laura King has made the difficult decision to return to the UK to work as a freelance horse racing journalist with London based company, World Horse Racing.

Having worked in Dubai for nearly seventeen years, King will bring her vast knowledge of the sport to the media channel and that can only be good news for racing fans based here in the UK.

A unique horse racing syndicate, exclusively for Chelsea fans, has its first outing at Salisbury tonight

The Stamford Bridge Racing Club is taking a unique approach to racehorse ownership, combining the racing manager’s love of Chelsea Football Club with his passion for horse racing. In this syndicate, everybody involved, from the trainer to the shareholders, and even the jockey hired to ride, are all Chelsea fans. Tonight in the 7.30 at Salisbury, racing in Chelsea blue silks, Prophecy made his debut for the syndicate.

Nathan Ellis could be set to become the IPL’s most sought after ‘death’ bowler

On the back of a remarkable T20 Vitality Blast campaign with Hampshire, Nathan Ellis has arguably established himself as the world’s finest exponent of at-the-death bowling. Ellis’ breath-taking last over of the final – against Lancashire at Edgbaston last week – was a perfect example of his immense skill and composure in a high pressured situation.

Diary of a racing journalist #4 Epsom

What else was I going to do on a blisteringly hot evening in early July? After my day job had finished, I headed up to Surrey for my first visit to one of the UK’s most iconic tracks: Epsom, the home of The Derby.

Diary of a racing journalist #3 Newbury

What else was I going to do on a sweltering afternoon in late June? After my day job had finished, and I’d sprinted to my car like a driver at the start of the Le Mans 24-hour race, I hurried home. There, I collected my eldest daughter before heading up to Newbury racecourse for an interview with an apprentice jockey that I used to teach in secondary school.

T20 Vitality Blast – Tonight’s fixtures and Sunday recap

Tonight’s fixtures include an intriguing contest between the two form teams in the North Group. Derbyshire Falcons entertain Northamptonshire Steelbacks at the Incora Ground, Derby with both teams well in the hunt for a place in the quarter finals.


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