Winner: Animal Kingdom (third from left) picks his moment on his way to a comfortable victory in the Dubai World Cup at Meydan yesterday from Red Cadeaux and Planteur

It's a £3m stroll to World Cup for Kingdom

Winner battles on two years after fractured knee

A jockey rides Hong Kong’s racehorse ‘Joy And Fun’ trained by Derek Cruz on the track of Meydan racecourse during preparations for the Dubai World Cup

Dubai the ideal habitat for Animal Kingdom to thrive

Adaptable US runner can lift World Cup while Bancnuanaheireann offers value in Lincoln

Cruel draw leaves Animal at the mercy of Hunter's

The head of the betting for both the world’s richest race and the world’s most famous contest shifted yesterday.

Fears grow for London port project

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Marco Botti: Moved stables in Newmarket and hopes to end up at the Breeders’ Cup this year

Botti backs Planteur to make flying Flat start by conquering the World

Having anticipated last week for so long, some Cheltenham diehards will be appalled to discover that a new Flat season opens at Doncaster on Friday. Others, however, will recognise that so rich a banquet can only really be followed by a total change of taste – even if Town Moor is set to provide conditions better suited to steeplechasing.

Crown Prosecution Service employees admit making £1m of bogus claims for witness taxi fares

Pair produced invoices for fictitious cab firm

Laura Robson at Indian Wells

'A bad day at the office': Laura Robson and Heather Watson fall to first round defeats in Indian Wells

British number one was below par against Irina-Camelia Begu

Harry Redknapp expressed his wish for Samba a month ago

Harry Redknapp furious with 'disgusting story'

QPR may have just picked up their third Barclays Premier League win of the season but Harry Redknapp was incandescent with rage this evening, accusing an agent of leaking false information in a bid to destabilise the club.

Builder Mace hits heights

The British project manager behind London's Shard skyscraper has landed a prestigious deal to oversee the construction of the world's tallest building in Saudi Arabia.

Grant Cameron, Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams were arrested during a holiday in Dubai seven months ago

British tourists 'tortured' in Dubai

Anger grows over trial of three young Londoners who face death penalty after drug confessions that they say were extracted by electric shocks and gun threats

Stephen Gallacher hit five eagles on his way to victory

Stephen Gallacher ends his long wait for European Tour title in Dubai

Scottish golfer wins only second title of long career

Rebecca Tyrrel: Any hopes Jim Davidson has of reviving his career look illogical (captain)

Who knew that when Trekkie Jim Davidson learnt of Patrick Stewart's support for the Labour Party, he wept? He sobbed his heart out because Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation is a leftie or "do-goody, leftie, white, socialist hybrid", as Davidson prefers to call all Labour voters.

Get me out of here: Bali, Mauritius, Hong Kong

Now... Book by 31 Jan and there's a week at the Grand Hyatt in the Nusa Dua area of Bali for £1,139pp (room only), including Singapore Airlines flights from Heathrow via Singapore between now and 14 Marcht. Pureluxuryholidays.co.uk

Clashes over Internet regulation during UN talks

Concerns raised by tech giants that new rules could be used by China and Russia to justify further online monitoring

Get me out of here: Saint Lucia, Dubai, Sorrento

Now... Take in the Caribbean before Christmas. Travelling before 17 December, Travelbag has a week in Saint Lucia at the four-star Coconut Bay Resort & Spa with all-inclusive board and Virgin Atlantic flights from Gatwick for £1,069 per person. Travelbag.co.uk

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