Classic display: Ryan Moore shows his style as he pilots Gleneagles (right) to the finish post in the 2000 Guineas

Lucida and Fadhayyil look pick of today’s fillies

Cursory Glance, Found and Together Forever, three of the very best juvenile fillies of 2014, are all missing from Sunday’s 1,000 Guineas

Frankie Dettori in his element – celebrating aboard a winner at Ascot Racingfotos

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Limato ridden by James Doyle winning the Merriebelle Stable Pavilion Stakes

Merriebelle Stable Pavilion Stakes: Limato tastes sweet for Henry Candy after coming good to extend winning run

The gelded son of Tagula quickly found top gear and was well on top as he passed the post with a length and a half to spare

An emotional Tony McCoy after finishing third on Box Office in his final race

Tony McCoy retires: Emotion end for Champion Jockey as he finishes third on Box Office to bid farewell

The 20-time champion jockey brought his racing career to an end at Sandown

Tony McCoy retires: Watch the Champion Jockey's greatest winning races

VIDEO: Watch some of McCoy's best victories over the last twenty years

Tony McCoy has two rides on his retirement day, both in the green and gold of J P McManus

McCoy set to take last bow as the ultimate Box Office attraction

Tony McCoy will be retiring after his two rides at Sandown’s jumps season finale today

Go with the flow and Appleby’s Bow Creek at Sandown

Jockey Davy Condon has been forced to retire after an injury suffered in the Grand National

Ap McCoy will retire at the end of the season

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Twenty championships, more than 4,000 winners – the jockey known simply as ‘AP’ends his unrivalled career on Saturday. Jon Freeman talks to those who know this driven sportsman personally and professionally about what makes him so special

It’s ending in tears, says AP McCoy with final line in sight

Tony McCoy, the champion jump jockey for 20 years, retires after riding at Sandown on Saturday

Tony McCoy wins on Capard King at Ayr yesterday, but will miss out in Saturday’s big race

Tiggy Wiggy set to blaze trial trail for in-form Hannon

After Newmarket successes Richard Hannon holds winning chances in both Guineas trials at Newbury

Richard Hughes rides Kool Kompany to victory at Newmarket

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14-1 shot gives tranier Richard Hannon trained horse a fourth successive Craven victory

John Gosden has a strong hand at Newmarket today

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Faydhan,  the second favourite for the 2,000 Guineas, goes on trial for the first Classic in the Free Handicap at Newmarket on the opening day of the Craven meeting this afternoon.

John F Kennedy's trainer Aidan O'Brien

Investec Derby: John F Kennedy loses favorites tag after shock Leopardstown loss

John F Kennedy lost his place as favourite for the Investec Derby after finishing a well-beaten last of three on his seasonal debut at Leopardstown.

Mike Tindell, Zara Phillips and friends celebrate Monbeg Dude's third placing in the Grand National 2015

Grand National 2015: Mike Tindall wins more than £100,000 as Monbeg Dude comes third

The former rugby player was seen celebrating wildly with wife Zara Phillips

Animal rights campaigners criticise 'exploitative' racing industry over death of Seedling at Aintree

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