The Duchess of Cornwall has joined the first British Muslim woman to win a horse race in the UK on the red carpet for the launch of a film documenting her sporting achievement.
Racing broadcaster John McCririck has died aged 79.
Horse racing enthusiasts in the north-east are being offered the chance to attend a unique race meeting this summer.
Aberdeenshire is home to the most northerly horse-racing stable in the UK.
You might question whether horse-racing should go ahead in foggy conditions, and at Haydock, it all seemed a little farcical. The 3.15 was won by… somebody. If the commentator is struggling to work out who, then what chance do the rest of us have?
The Grand National takes place this afternoon with millions of people across the UK expected to place a bet on the nation's favourite horse race.
The biggest betting event of the year is just around the corner but who is going to win?
Punters are expected to bet a staggering £500m on tomorrow's Grand National.
Tom George described finishing second as “a lonely place” after Saint Are went into the runner-up spot 12 months ago but his isolation can turn to elation following the Crabbie’s Grand National at Aintree on Saturday.
Last year’s winner Many Clouds heads a maximum field for the Crabbie’s Grand National at Aintree on Saturday.
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The eyes of the sporting world will fall on Liverpool next Saturday for the 169th Grand National race.
Punters enjoyed a successful start to the Cheltenham Festival with the hotly-tipped Douvan, Annie Power and Vroum Vroum Mag all racing to victory on day one.
Cheltenham has arrived! Now all we need to do is get comfortable, sit back and enjoy four days of high quality racing action.
Oliver Sherwood already has one eye on next year’s Crabbie’s Grand National for Many Clouds after reporting the Aintree hero in “fantastic” form the morning after his momentous triumph on Merseyside.
Many Clouds won the Crabbie’s Grand National at Aintree for trainer Oliver Sherwood and last year’s winning jockey Leighton Aspell.
Many Clouds won a memorable Grand National at Aintree this afternoon.
The world’s biggest horse race starts at 4.15pm this afternoon and you can watch all the action live on Channel Four.
The world's biggest horse race starts at 4.15pm this afternoon and you can watch all the action live on Channel Four.
The Grand National is barely two hours away, and McCoy has already been in the saddle, taking second place on Parlour Game in the 1.30 at Aintree, behind Ruby Walsh on favourite Nichols Canyon.
Some of the most famous horses and jockeys in the country will take to the start line of the world's most famous horse race this afternoon for the 2015 Grand National.
This weekend, across the UK, punters will be place their bets on the Grand National but where should you be putting your money?
The English Grand National is almost upon us, and we'll soon join in with some 600 million viewers from around the world, placing over £150 million in bets on the £1 million steeplechase race at the Aintree course, which sees the winner taking home over £500,000.
The Grand National is unique in horse racing and betting. For many people, Grand National weekend marks an annual tradition of placing a bet, and it's often the only sporting event they will ever gamble on. With up to two thirds of British adults likely to bet on the race, betting on the Grand National is more popular than ever.
It all began with a wonder horse called Arkle - and a lifelong passion for the race track was born, which led him to organise Scotland's first royal race meeting with the Duke of Rothesay.
Silver Roque (11st 12lb), trained in the Cotswolds by Fergal O'Brien for owner Lord Vestey, heads the impressive list of 26 entries for Sunday's £25,000 Range Rover City of Perth Gold Cup (4.25pm) at Perth.