Sport Times Up, left, ridden by Ryan Moore, wins the Speedy Services Doncaster Cup, at Doncaster yesterday

Trainer seeks fourth winner in the Classic in seven years but Talent could upset favourite

A bedroom in Habanavista

B&B and Beyond: Habanavista, Havana

A penthouse overlooking Havana's Malecón seaside wall is a new breed of 'casa particular', says Claire Boobbyer

One to Watch: Yonah Acosta, Ballet dancer, 23

"It’s about finding your own identity.” It can’t be easy living in the shadow of his famous uncle, Carlos, who helped get him into the Cuban National Ballet School, aged 10, and with whom he shares a striking resemblance.

Camelot has been handed a favourable low draw tomorrow at Longchamp

Dettori aims to profit from experience and good draw to steer Camelot home in Arc

Lucrative weekend of racing, but sums pale in comparison to Tuesday's £50m yearling auction

Richard Hughes and Havana Gold win the Somerville Tattersall Stakes

Winsili can propel Gosden's title charge

His many admirers would not be short of reasons to celebrate a first trainers' championship for John Gosden, who yesterday nosed his way past Aidan O'Brien at the top of the prize money table. Even beyond his skill, decency and intelligence, however, they might treasure the certainty that not one Clarehaven horse will be declared to run this autumn with Gosden's title challenge in mind.

Havana Gold, Richard Hannon's first string at Newmarket today

Hannon follows traditional route to put Havana Gold's mettle to test

Newmarket regulars still struggling to adjust to its new autumn schedule must rely on the exposed horizons of the Rowley Mile to retrieve their bearings. Tomorrow they have a Group One for juvenile fillies, transferred from Ascot in contentious horse-trading between the two courses a couple of years ago, but the three-day meeting opens with a race that preserves the vulnerable traditions of the sport's headquarters in the best possible spirit.

Jonathan Brown, in the Fix It chair

Ow's about that then... guys and gals snap up Jimmy's 'jingle jangle'

Hundreds bid for Sir Jimmy Savile's unique clothes, including reporter Jonathan Brown

Oswaldo Paya was a long-standing democracy activist

Dead Cuban dissident's car 'was rammed off the road'

The death of a Cuban dissident killed in a car crash on Sunday is at the centre of growing controversy after family members claimed that the vehicle he was travelling in was deliberately forced off the road.

Also showing: The Women on the 6th Floor, 7 Days in Havana and Total Recall

The Women on the 6th Floor (106 mins, 12A)

7 Days in Havana (NC)

Seven short films, each by a different director, on the magical variety of Cuba's capital.

Days to go 'til Latitude : 21. Happy World Music Day!

It’s World Music Day and officially three weeks to Latitude! World Music Day or ‘Fete De La Musique’ is an international celebration of all things musical taking place in more than 110 countries and 403 cities around the world with hundreds of music acts taking part in numerous free performances and bringing music to the masses.

Yamile Aldama sports the colours she will represent in the Olympic triple jump come August

After crazy journey, Aldama aims to take 39 steps to glory

So there was Yamile Aldama, sitting in the Roman sunshine, humming along to the soothing sound of Barry White on her iPod, getting ready to start her season as the newly crowned world indoor champion in the triple jump and as a golden prospect on the Olympic medal front at the age of 39.

Driven out: Ryan Moore on High Jinx (right) gets back up to beat Anatolian in the Fly London Southend to Dublin Levy Board Handicap Stakes at Newmarket

Moore magic on High Jinx sparks treble

Jockey dominates Newmarket card while Buick rides second Doncaster three-timer in 24 hours

Hugo Chavez back in Venezuela after treatment in Cuba

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has returned home after his latest round of radiation therapy treatment in Cuba.

Chavez arrives to Havana for radiotherapy

Chavez in Cuba for radiotherapy

President Hugo Chavez has travelled to Cuba for another round of cancer treatment, saying he will be in Havana for several days.

Pope Benedict XVI is greeted by President Raul Castro after flying in to Santiago de Cuba's airport

Pope's plea for Cuba to build more open society leaves Communist regime cold

Hope of political reforms dismissed as Benedict XVI meets Raul Castro on tour of the island

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