Horse Racing News

Week 48 – 2010

  • 12 year old Monet’s Garden is recovering from a foot abscess and will not run in the Peterborough Chase at Huntingdon.
  • Sandown racecourse prospects don’t look promising for Saturday’s meeting as the race track is frost covered and the weather conditions continues to be severe.
  • Though failing in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury on Saturday, Pandorama might be given a chance at Christmas.
  • Snow Fairy to have a try in the Hong Kong Cup followed by her success in the Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup in Japan.
  • Kauto Star reported to be in top condition for the King George.
  • French Binocular will try to break his third placing trend in the William Hill Christmas Hurdle.

Week 47 – 2010

  • Trainer Ferdy Murphy is pleased with Big Fella Thanks‘s preparations for the Hennessy Gold Cup on Saturday.
  • The Grade 2 Sportingbet.com Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury will feature only 8 contenders none of them a proper match to Big Buck’s.
  • Restless Harry is aimed at the Relkeel at Cheltenham on December 11 as his trainer said the 6 year old to be in top form.
  • Given a dry going, Forpadydeplasterer can land the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton said trainer Thomas Cooper.

Week 46 – 2010

  • Trainer for Planet of Sound has yet to decide on plans for the 8 year old jumper.
  • Mighty Goldikova declared horse of the year at the 2010 Cartier Racing Award.
  • Successful 3 year old fillies Music Show and Lady of the Desert will remain in training for next year.
  • Christian Williams will face a long recovery after breaking both his arms in a fall.
  • Kauto Star is yet to be fully aimed at the Hennessy Gold Cup.
  • Snow Fairy showed superb skills when winning the Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup held at the Kyoto.

Week 45 – 2010

  • Lingfield to undergo morning inspection.
  • Zenyatta’s trainer content despite loss.
  • Workforce is aimed at next year’s Breeder’s Cup.
  • Jumping jockey Jack Doyle suffers severe leg injuries.
  • Goldikova to remain in training for next year.
  • Pat Smullen rules out speculation regarding the possible replacemnt of Jhonny Murtagh as Ballydoyle’s first jockey.
  • Trainer Philip Hobbs will decide on Plant of Sound’s participation in the Betfair Chase on Saturday depending on the going conditions.

Week 44 – 2010

  • Richard Hughes closes gap on Paul Hanagan for the jockey championship title.
  • Following his last two successful starts, Captain Cee Bee will be aimed at the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown.
  • Barry Keniry intend on coming back to action soon after suffering a fall and avoiding a serious injury.
  • Richard Hughes to skip Breeder’s Cup in favor of beating Hanagan in the jockey championship.
  • Workforce’s participation in the Breeder’s Cup to be considered ground going.
  • Trainer Paul Nicholls scored a one two in the totesport.com Haldon Gold Cup at Exeter.

Week 43 – 2010

Week 42 – 2010

  • Twice Over landed an undeniable win in the Emirates Airline Champion Stakes
  • Beresford Stakes winner, Casamento, is set to be supplemented for the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster

Week 41 – 2010

  • Hanagan gets a one day ban for improper whipping but still leads the chart over Hughes
  • Aiden O’brien aimes for the Breeder’s Cup with four of his horses.
  • 3 year old Poet’s Voice will have a go in the Emirates Airline Champion Stakes.
  • Participation of the 2 year old Native Khan in the Dubai Dewhurst Stakes on Saturday is yet to be decided.

Week 40 – 2010

Week 39  – 2010

Following Your Favorite Sport

Keeping tracks with horse racing news and updates in the UK is an essential part of being a horse racing fan or a serious horse racing bettor who regularly attend the racebook, since nothing goes around in these, without awareness of what goes in and outside the tracks.

News Feeds Sources

Though the desire is to attend as much as races and special events as possible, this is an unrealistic approach. Luckily, each fan or bettor follows specific courses and races that suit in terms of popularity, geographic location and familiarity with the horses, jockeys and trainers so the amount of is significantly reduced. There is a limit to how much races a person can attend and it is here where news and updates emerge to take place and cover the remainder of events that otherwise would have been missed.

There are several types of sources from which relevant information regarding UK horse courses can be obtained.

TV

There are two Major TV channels in the UK that broadcast horse racing news in the UK. One is RUK (Racing UK – Sky 432) and the other is ATR (At the Races – Sky 415), both covering an almost equal number of racecourses. These TV channels are exclusively horse racing news channels and provide not only live race broadcasting but also offer interpretations made by commentators, reviews and race cards.

Online News

Online news for British horse racing news is probably the most convenient way to stay ahead in this high pace sport. Apart from live race broadcasting, online horse betting and horse racing news websites provide comprehensive information for upcoming races, race cards, race results, interpretation and betting tips. In addition, these sites also provide general information about race courses locations, going reports, personal blogs and more.

Newspaper’s Sport Section

Much like horse racing news websites, papers also provide valuable information about races, results and going reports but they lack availability and constant reports given by websites and TV channels. Nevertheless, newspapers still make a rich and reliable source of information regarding horse racing news.