Kingman seizes second chance at 2,000 Guineas crown

Unlucky loser at Newmarket makes no mistake at the Curragh to set up Royal Ascot showdown

Temple Stakes: Oisin Murphy and Hot Streak can stay in fast lane at Haydock

It is less than a year since Oisin Murphy rode his first winner, but so rapidly is his star rising that he is already being spoken of as a future champion jockey.

Temple Stakes: Oisin Murphy and Hot Streak can stay in fast lane at Haydock

It is less than a year since Oisin Murphy rode his first winner, but so rapidly is his star rising that he is already being spoken of as a future champion jockey.

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Stable mate Military Attack denied back-to-back wins

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Italian's rehabilitation continues with 200th Group One victory and second for trainer Richard Hannon Jnr
The smart former US-based Verrazano has his first run for Aidan O’Brien at Newbury today
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Ryan Moore riding The Grey Gatsby (left) wins the Dante Stakes at York with True Story and Kieren Fallon (second left) third

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Snow Sky sparkles in Derby trial

 

Kingfisher (centre) ridden by Joseph O’Brien wins the The Betfair Cash Out Dee Stakes, at Chester yesterday

Casual Smile looks to be beaming for Andrew Balding in the Oaks

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Ryan Moore rides Orchestra to Chester Vase glory yesterday in an unconvincing victory, beating Romsdal by a nose

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Miss France, ridden by Maxime Guyon, wins the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket
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Scotland’s Ross Murdoch reacts in disbelief to his victory in the 200m breaststroke
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Triathletes Jodie Stimpson and Vicky Holland show off their gold and bronze medals respectively
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Farah returns to the track with something to prove
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Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning the 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix
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Andy Murray and Amélie Mauresmo are working together in Miami
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Terry Newton playing for Great Britain in the Tri-Nations final against Australia in 2004
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The Queen with Estimate after her Ascot Gold Cup victory
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Frank Lampard will captain England against Ecuador
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