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Frankie Dettori temporarily suspended from riding in France

Frankie Dettori has been temporarily suspended from riding in France due to this week's case over his positive test for a banned substance.

Dettori made the headlines last month when his 18-year association with Godolphin came to an end

Frankie Dettori failed test 'not performance-enhancing'

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Frankie Dettori faces a ban from horse racing

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Positive test for a banned substance and possible ban unlikely to hasten great jockey's retirement

Frankie Dettori, the most celebrated figure in British horse racing, faces lengthy suspension after testing positive for a banned substance

Frankie Dettori, the most celebrated figure in British horse racing, faces a lengthy suspension after testing positive for a banned substance when riding in Paris in September.

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William Buick may ride a double in the two main fillies' races

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Departing ... Godolphin’s Simon Crisford (left) and Frankie Dettori

Frankie Dettori starts new chapter with full book

For Frankie Dettori, the first day of the rest of his professional life could be said to be tomorrow at Newmarket. His book of seven mounts includes two in the silks of Godolphin, with whom he ended an 18-year association on Sunday, but while there will be necessarily some business as usual for the moment, life as a freelance awaits the Italian next year. And with it, an intriguing possible tilt at a fourth jockeys' championship.

Richard Hughes

Richard Hughes joins Frankie Dettori up in seven heaven after beating odds of 10,168-1

A season dominated by Frankel reaches a poignant finale in what is expected to prove his final appearance at Ascot on Saturday. But even he will do well to match the emphasis with which its outstanding jockey sealed his status yesterday.

Orfevre defeat snatched from jaws of Triomphe

The bewildering fact remains that Solemia, shock winner of the richest prize on the European Turf, would have won by seven lengths – rather than a mere neck – had Orfevre not been in the field at Longchamp on Sunday. But while she may yet lend substance to her transformation, at the Breeders' Cup next month, the consensus among aficionados leaving Paris yesterday was that Orfevre had been handsomely the best horse in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. The return of the rain that had laid the ground for Solemia's sunlit ambush suggested one obvious culprit. Many, however, were also inclined to volunteer another.

Super sub: Camelot will be Frankie Dettori's 25th consecutive ride in the Arc as Joseph O'Brien is too heavy

Age barrier between Camelot and history

O'Brien will have his faith in his 'wonder' horse severely tested in a difficult challenge on a tricky course in Paris

Frankie Dettori will ride Camelot for Aidan O’Brien tomorrow

The Last Word: Arc brings Dettori and the Sheikh to a strange junction

Dettori is expected to count his millions as fair exchange for his self-respect

Heavens replaces her brother for Arc

The Turf seldom dispenses its favours evenly, but there was unmistakable symmetry yesterday to the latest twists in a topsy-turvy build-up to one of its greatest prizes. First Great Heavens was supplemented to the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on Sunday, as a replacement for her brother, Nathaniel, who had joined Snow Fairy and Danedream on the sidelines on Tuesday. And then Ryan Moore was given the chance to conjure a happier climax to a saga nearly identical to the one that ended in disappointment in last year's race.

Frankie Dettori: Will be riding in his 25th straight Arc – albeit for Coolmore not his Godolphin stable

Dettori crosses over to land shock Camelot ride in the Arc

Having ruined his immaculate record at Doncaster last month, Godolphin yesterday offered connections of Camelot remarkable redress. Frankie Dettori, employed by Sheikh Mohammed's stable throughout its prolonged rivalry with Ballydoyle, will ride the Derby winner for John Magnier and his Coolmore partners in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Sunday.

Michael Pedersen, 51, is believed to have killed, Ben, 7, (top) and Freya, 6

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Son and daughter of cavalryman who rode the horse Sefton in attack are found dead

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