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What are you looking for on day 1 of Royal Ascot?

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Carroll clocks up first Jumps winner to brighten the advent of summer

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Wishing And Hoping flies Worcestershire flag against West Country raiders

The Phil Rowley-trained Wishing And Hoping comes from the seemingly continuous winning stable of Gina and Peter Andrews, stalwart supporters of the Pointing scene, and that loyalty was rewarded this evening with a 3/4l victory in the West Midlands Hunters Chase at a soggy Worcester.

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Worcestershire horses are well-placed to restart the Point-to-Point season at Maisemore

It's been a long time coming, but the second half of the Point-to-Point season is about to start, when Maisemore Park sees in the relaunch of the season that shut up shop after the International meeting at Barbury on December 13 for the third national lockdown.

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Herefordshire redeems itself after a Festival drubbing

Herefordshire trainers were back on the racing treadmill today, but with rather more success than the rest of their British contemporaries at Cheltenham last week. Winners for Michael Scudamore, Tom Lacey and Venetia Williams at Kelso and Southwell kept theoir own stable momentum up as the season enters its fifth from last week.

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The best ever Stayers Hurdle winners; join the debate

There’s nothing more guaranteed to get racing fans talking than making a list of Cheltenham greats. There have been some brilliant winners of the Stayers’ Hurdle since 2000 and a top-class panel of Nick Luck, AP McCoy and Nigel Twiston-Davies came up with their favourite five.

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Pointing set to resume at end of March

Following the Prime Minister’s Announcement yesterday, the Point-to-Point Authority is planning to restart the sport in week commencing March 29.

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Symonds and Drinkwater score in weather-scarred calendar

Those living in the river valleys of the Wye, Severn and Teme need no reminding how wet this winter has been.

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Keeping it in the family: tips to creating a racing dynasty

I suppose it shouldnt be a surprise that racing is very much a family affair. Trainers pass on their businesses to sons and daughters, whilst siblings ride against one another before setting up as rival trainers.

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A national Award for Jason Warner as Worcestershire stables dominate at Uttoxeter

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