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Market movers: Today’s horse racing betting news this Friday

Market movers: Today’s horse racing betting news this Friday

WE have you covered for today’s racing with all the latest market movers from bookies William Hill. So don’t miss out on the gambles, and take note of the drifters… PA:Press Association William Hill movers and shakers: 2:15 Newcastle – ROYAL CLARET 3/1 – 6/4 3:10 Southwell – PRINCESS KODIA 28/1 – 15/2 7.45 Dundalk – CACHE QUEEN 2/1 – 5/4 Don't miss

Newspaper tips: Sun Racing’s Each-Way Thief and today’s horse racing NAPs for Friday

Newspaper tips: Sun Racing’s Each-Way Thief and today’s horse racing NAPs for Friday

NOT managed to pick up your copy of The Sun today? Fear not. You can catch all of our top tips right here. Getty Images - Getty Each-way Thief BORDER VICTOR (12.30 Newcastle) tried to make all at Carlisle over a trip too short after a break. He is one of only three runners in this dire affair to have won a race under rules. Have a small e-w double

Templegate’s racing tips: Newcastle and Southwell – Betting preview for Friday

Templegate’s racing tips: Newcastle and Southwell – Betting preview for Friday

COME home First at Southwell. VERY FIRST TIME (1.25, nap) looked a winner in waiting when third at Market Rasen last time. He finished with a full tank of petrol and this longer distance should be ideal. PA:Press Association FELIX D’AUTRY (2.35 Southwell, nb) showed promise when second in a Fontwell bumper on debut. He looks the type to make a nice

Cup trainer eyes Sandown easy kill

Cup trainer eyes Sandown easy kill

TAB market update: ZIPPING CLASSIC. Appleby’s formidable credits include Melbourne Cup and Epsom Derby victories, achievements previously unattained by the Blue Army, despite its enviable resources. As accomplished as Appleby is on the highest tier, his faculty to pluck lower-hanging fruit is remarkable. Stream over 50 sports Live & On-Demand with

Waterlogging forces Cheltenham to  abandon first day of November meeting

Waterlogging forces Cheltenham to  abandon first day of November meeting

C heltenham has lost only the second day’s racing to the wet in 20 years after Friday’s Countryside Day, the start of the three-day November meeting, was abandoned before a planned inspection on Thursday afternoon because of waterlogging. Two of the day’s principal races, the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle and the Glenfarclas Cross Country, have been switched

Cheltenham adds royal pedigree by appointing Zara Tindall to the board

Cheltenham adds royal pedigree by appointing Zara Tindall to the board

Z ara Tindall, the Queen’s eldest granddaughter and a regular racegoer at Cheltenham, has been made a director at Britain’s premier jump racecourse. Like her mother, the Princess Royal, Tindall, who was world three-day eventer champion and BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2006, has always followed jump racing closely and numbers many of its leading

Injury setback for Grand National hero Tiger Roll

Injury setback for Grand National hero Tiger Roll

TWO-TIME Grand National hero Tiger Roll will have a minor operation this morning to remove a small chip in a leg joint. However, trainer Gordon Elliott believes he will get the Aintree star back on track before the Cheltenham Festival. Tiger Roll could make history by becoming only the second horse after Red Rum to win three Grand Nationals. The nine-year-old

Cheltenham races abandoned on Friday with inspection to be held for Saturday

Cheltenham races abandoned on Friday with inspection to be held for Saturday

RACING at Cheltenham on Friday has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track. The course was due to stage the first day of the November meeting on Friday but have had to cancel the whole card due to the weather. Cheltenham Racecourse The course has been left with no choice but to cancel tomorrow’s card Cheltenham Racecourse A statement from the course