UK Horse Racing

Here are the results, tips and videos for Horse Racing in UK. Our results for Horse Racing in the UK are updated continuously after races are finished and the winner has been chosen. We also report if there are any non-runners in the race.

Horse Racing Tips – Ten Second Tips: Tuesday 16th April – Racing from Newmarket

Racing Post gives you a good horse racing tip in a 10 seconds video for Tuesday 16th April – Racing from Newmarket. The Craven meeting starts at Newmarket and Maddy Playle has three selections on Tuesday

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Racing Post – Racing Postcast: Scottish Grand National Review | Winx Retires | Newmarket Craven…

Video from Racing Post. Maddy Playle, James Hill, Robbie Wilders and Paddy Power’s Paul Binfield look back at Takingrisks’ Scottish National win, the Greenham Stakes at Newbury, Winx’s retirement and midweek racing at Newmarket with the Craven Meeting.

On the show:
– 25/1 shot Takingrisks wins the Scottish Grand National at Ayr in a great result for Nicky Richards’ yard – is he a contender for next year’s Grand National?

– Elsewhere, Mohaather won the Too Darn Hot-less Greenham Stakes at Newbury while Persian King impressed Maddy at Longchamp – can André Fabre be persuaded to run him in the 2,000 Guineas?

– Winx bowed out with her final win at Royal Randwick in Australia. The panel salute her glittering career.

– Plus, there’s an action packed week of racing with the Craven Meeting: the team bring their best bets from Newmarket and Cheltenham.

#ThisWillNotBeBeaten – Midweek NAPs
James Hill: Kupatana in the 2.40 at Cheltenham on Thursday
Robbie Wilders: Rene’s Girl in the 2.40 at Cheltenham on Wednesday
Paul Binfield: Royal Marine in the 3.35 at Newmarket on Wednesday

All prices can be found at Paddy Power: https://bit.ly/2RQ6Nv0


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Racing Post – John Egan on his Tattersalls Craven Sale 2019 horses

Video from Racing Post. John Egan talks about the colts by American Pharoah and War Front being sold by Alliance Bloodstock at the Tattersalls Craven Sale.

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Racing Post – Nicky vs Nicholls: rival trainers exchange Ditcheat and Seven Barrows visits

Video from Racing Post. On Saturday 27th April 2019 at Sandown Park’s bet365 Jump Finale, Paul Nicholls will be crowned champion trainer for an incredible 11th time. Following his tenth title in 2015/2016, Nicholls has been made to wait for number 11, having finished runner-up to his great rival, Nicky Henderson, for the past two seasons. Nicholls and Henderson have dominated national hunt racing for over a decade winning the last 13 titles between them.

Ahead of the Season Finale the pair visited each other’s yards to check out the facilities and discuss their different training methods.

The pair started at Nicholls’ Ditcheat yard in Somerset and Henderson was impressed with what he saw, commenting:

“It is always fascinating watching any different yard, I love going around different places as there are so many different ways of doing it. There is no right way and there is no wrong way, it is just getting your own system going according to what facilities you have got available.

“There was certainly something happening all the time. Here there and everywhere, and it’s got a good atmosphere about it, just a really nice feel about it.”

Having watched first lot at Ditcheat, the pair then drove to Nicky Henderson’s Seven Barrows base and Nicholls was equally excited to see his counterpart’s set-up, saying:

“It is really fascinating to see all the array of different facilities. I am really blown away by these grass gallops, they are fantastic! If this was in Somerset there would probably be 3,000 cows turned out on it; I am sure Nicky wouldn’t like that.

“They are really old-fashioned grass gallops that have been here years and they are great facilities. It is fascinating to see how everybody does it and the different things at their disposal. You can see from what we do, it is totally different. I have often thought and just said to Nicky, that if we swapped yards it would probably take us two years to get the hang of it, we would be totally lost.”

Nicholls was also quick to pay tribute to his rival, saying:

“Nicky and I have been friends and competitors for years and it (the championship) always finishes at Sandown. I’ve been a bit luckier this year and we’ve got a little bit of an advantage at the moment so hopefully we won’t get turned over, it’s been a great rivalry.”

Tickets for the bet365 Jump Finale at Sandown Park on Saturday 27th April are on sale from https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/sandown/ or 0344 579 3012.

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Racing Post – Fact File: Newmarket’s Craven Stakes

Video from Racing Post. The Craven Stakes at Newmarket Racecourse is a Group 3 race confined to three-year-old colts and geldings.

It is run over a mile on the Rowley Mile course at Newmarket.

The race takes place in mid-April on the second day of the meeting.

It is often considered a trial for the 2,000 Guineas over the same course and distance.

The race is named after William Craven, a member of the Jockey Club in the 18th century.

Craven’s love and support for racing resulted in the introduction of the Craven Meeting – which spans three days – in 1771.

The Craven Stakes has existed in different forms since it’s first running, but the first horse to win the modern version and the 2,000 Guineas was Scot Free in 1884.

The most recent horse to complete the double was Haafhd in 2004, although the race often produces talented horses.

Since 1878, the race’s most successful jockey was Morny Cannon. He won the race six times.

His winners were: Harbinger (1893), Sempronius (1894), Guernsey (1897), Solennis (1899), Port Blair (1902), His Eminence (1906).

The race’s leading trainer is Sir Michael Stoute, who has won the race eight times. Those victories came courtesy of Shadeed (1985), Ajdal (1987), Doyoun (1988), Shaadi (1989), Alnasr Alwasheek (1992), Desert Story (1997), King of Happiness (2002) and Adagio (2007).

Subsequent Epsom Derby hero Masar and champion three-year-old Roaring Lion both took part in the race in 2018.

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Racing Post – Racing Post Weather: Monday 15th April 2019

Video from Racing Post. It will be mostly dry and bright today, with some sunshine. In the west it will be windy though, with outbreaks of rain in the southwest. This week it will become drier and brighter for all, and it will feel warmer by the end of the week.

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Racing Post – Richard Hannon 2019 Stable Tour: Urban Icon, Walkinthesand, Watan

Video from Racing Post. Classic-winning trainer Richard Hannon talks through some of the horses for which he has highest hopes, including Urban Icon, Walkinthesand and Watan, in part two of this stable tour.

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Racing Post – Richard Hannon 2019 Stable Tour: Billesdon Brook, Star Terms

Video from Racing Post. Classic-winning trainer Richard Hannon discusses some of his leading horses, including Billesdon Brook and Star Terms, in part one of this stable tour.

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Horse Racing Tips – Ten Second Tips: Sunday 14th April 2019 – Racing from Tramore

Racing Post gives you a good horse racing tip in a 10 seconds video for Sunday 14th April 2019 – Racing from Tramore. —

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