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With just a week remaining until the greatest race on British turf, much of the build-up has been culpably diverted to a jockey now depending for a mount on the indulgence not only of the regulators, but also of trainers and owners. For even if Frankie Dettori duly regains his licence next week, the timetable would make it impossible for him to ride before the very eve of the Investec Derby.

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Frankie Dettori confesses to cocaine 'shame'

With just four days still to serve, Frankie Dettori's first television interview since the start of his six-month drugs suspension will be broadcast on Channel 4 this evening. Though he has previously acknowledged succumbing to "a moment of madness", Dettori explicitly admits that he had taken cocaine before failing a random test at Longchamp last September.

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Jump rabbit, jump rabbit, jump jump jump: Showjumping bunnies star at London Pet Show

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. The accompanying picture is indeed a showjumping rabbit, taking part in an agility test at the London Pet Show, which took place at the weekend.

Camelot, ridden by Joseph O’Brien, wins at the Curragh

Camelot renews quest in triumphant style

The return to action of a Derby winner is always a matter of moment, particularly one with the charisma of Camelot, who seemed to be involved last year in more tales and trials than any knight of the table round. The colt, bearer of the Ballydoyle arms, so nearly achieved the holy grail of the Triple Crown, narrowly denied the final leg, the St Leger, by a Godolphin rival trained by the now disgraced Mahmood al-Zarooni.

Richard Hughes riding Sky Lantern celebrates winning The Qipco 1000 Guineas Stakes from Just The Judge, in red cap

Hughes and Sky Lantern put smiles back into Turf

Jockey's first British Classic win in 1,000 Guineas as Hot Snap fails to last the pace

Jason Collins, of the Washington Wizards, came out this week

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Jason Collins became the most eminent figure to come out of the mainstream American locker room and admit he is gay

A generation who don't care for nature, but it's the parents who are to blame

Young people learned from their elders how to ignore the natural world

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The story of South Korean rap sensation Psy's ascent to global stardom with his megahit "Gangnam Style" has now been immortalised in full colour and with appropriate dramatic flourishes in a comic book.

Hot Snap and Toronado roll back the years for Cecil and Hannon

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Black Caviar (left) and Frankel

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French trainer André Fabre runs Intello at Newmarket today

Morpheus and Co stir Flat from slumber

Never mind that Menorah and Hunt Ball meet at Cheltenham today; or that the National winner is to be boldly returned to the fray at Ayr on Saturday; or even if Sprinter Sacre himself tops the bill at Punchestown next week. Always and unmistakably, Newmarket's first card of the season marks the formal transfer of centre stage from jump to Flat racing.

The former Government drugs tsar, David Nutt, has said the financial crisis was caused by too many bankers taking cocaine that made them “overconfident” so they “took more risks”.

Financial meltdown was caused by too many bankers taking cocaine, says former government drugs tsar Prof David Nutt

Academic, who was sacked for comparing the dangers of ecstasy with horse riding, said abuse of cocaine caused the financial meltdown

'PSY marks a new phenomenon - upbeat, relentlessly cheerful, cheesy and ironic'

Brace yourself for Psy's second act - but will it live up to Gangnam Style?

It was impossible to escape his first single – but can the Korean rapper strike it big a second time?

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