PA Sport 5:44pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Champion jockey Jim Crowley will be playing his cards late on Ulysses in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Crowley felt he made his challenge too early when riding the regally-bred colt for the first time in the Prince of Wales's Stakes at the Royal meeting in June when third to Highland Reel.
PA Sport 5:08pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Controversy reigned at Yarmouth when it was discovered that the Charlie McBride-trained Mandarin Princess, winner of the opening two-year-old race, was in fact stablemate Millie's Kiss.
The mistake was only discovered after the 50-1 outsider had overturned the 4-6 hotpot Fyre Cay on her racecourse debut in the six-furlong novice auction stakes for juveniles.
PA Sport 4:34pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Tajaanus needed every yard of the seven furlongs at Sandown to gain a valuable Listed win in the Longines Irish Champions Weekend EBF Stallions Star Stakes.
Richard Hannon's filly was going nowhere with two furlongs to run but on meeting the rising ground, she really found her stride.
PA Sport 3:38pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Unfortunately is likely to head back to France for the Prix Morny at Deauville on August 20.
Karl Burke's youngster won a slightly controversial renewal of the Prix Robert Papin at Maisons-Laffitte on Sunday.
PA Sport 1:57pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Nathra makes her belated reappearance in the Carraig Insurance British EBF Valiant Stakes at Ascot on Friday.
The four-year-old filly will try to give trainer John Gosden a timely boost on the eve of Enable's crack at the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday.
PA Sport 1:13pm, Thu 27 Jul 2017
Karl Burke is looking to his new recruit Aim To Please to continue a profitable few days in the British Stallion Studs EBF Lyric Fillies' Stakes at York.
The Leyburn handler won the Prix Robert Papin with Unfortunately last Sunday and also had another winner in France on Tuesday.