Jockey Karen Kenny’s condition appears to have significantly improved, after she was airlifted to hospital on Saturday evening.
Mick Halford has yet to decide on whether to run both Certerach and Toscanini in the Ascot Gold Cup later this month.
Olympic Glory and Frankie Dettori triumphed in Saturday's Group 1 JLT Lockinge Stakes at Newbury.
Sprinter Sacre is 'A1' as he builds up to his eagerly-awaited return to a racecourse.
Warwick Racecourse is to give up its dual-purpose facilities to concentrate solely on National Hunt from next year.
Cheltenham's Showcase meeting in October is to be moved back a week to avoid clashing with British Champions Day in 2015
Royal Ascot winner Pique Sous has been confirmed as an intended runner in next week's Galway Hurdle before a potential tilt at the Betfred Ebor.
Bryan Cooper is aiming to be back in the saddle in time to ride at the Listowel Festival in September.
JT McNamara has returned home almost 15 months after sustaining life-changing injuries in a fall at the 2013 Cheltenham Festival.
Daryl Jacob will ride Cue Card from the start of next season following Joe Tizzard's retirement from the saddle.
The 39 jockeys involved in the shambolic start to the Crabbie's Grand National have been found to be in breach of the rules but escaped with just a caution.
The case against Irish trainer Philip Fenton has been adjourned until June.
The British Horseracing Authority is to hold an enquiry into the shambolic start to this year's Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree.
John Gosden hopes to have three runners in the field for the Ladbrokes St Leger, but has warned his charges may not stay the distance.
Encke remains on course to take his place in the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger at the Curragh next month.
Roger Charlton is open to the idea of running Al Kazeem in the Irish Champion Stakes next month due to the lack of options in England.
Taghrooda was denied a fifth successive victory when Tapestry came late to land the Darley Yorkshire Oaks.
Jamie Spencer will retire from the saddle at the end of the current season.
The QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes could be next up for Australia with trainer Aidan O'Brien keen to send him to Leopardstown.
Australia picked up where he left off as he ran out a comfortable winner of the Juddmonte International at York on Wednesday.
AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has rubbished reports that Liverpool have tabled a bid for striker Mario Balotelli.
Just six horses have been declared for the Juddmonte International at York on Wednesday.
Joseph O'Brien has confirmed he will be aboard Australia if the colt lines up in Wednesday's Juddmonte International at York.