Hurricane Fly secured victory in the Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown on Sunday afternoon, becoming the most successful horse in the race's history.
Un De Sceaux secured an expected victory in the Arkle Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
There were big-race victories for Faugheen and Silviniaco Conti at Kempton Park on St Stephen’s Day.
Andrew McNamara has announced his retirement from race riding.
Nicky Henderson will not appoint a stable jockey following Barry Geraghty's departure from Seven Barrows.
Ruby Walsh has been booked to ride Bashboy in Sunday's Australian Grand National at Ballarat racecourse.
Shanahan's Turn upset the odds to claim the feature Galway Plate at Ballybrit on Wednesday evening.
Barry Geraghty is set to make his debut as retained jockey to leading owner JP McManus at Limerick on Sunday.
Dual Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Kauto Star has died at the age of 15.
Barry Geraghty is delighted to succeed Tony McCoy as the retained rider for JP McManus but he insists he did not take the decision lightly.
Barry Geraghty has been named as JP McManus' new retained rider, succeeding the now retired Tony McCoy.
Barry Geraghty is expected to be named as retained rider to owner JP McManus in the coming days.
Brian Toomey has been granted a professional jump jockeys' licence almost two years on from a fall that left him with life-threatening head injuries.
The long-awaited clash between Gleneagles and Golden Horn could take place at Leopardstown with both horses being aimed at the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes.
Aidan O'Brien hopes to run Gleneagles in the QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes but is concerned about having to change plans three times in the last month.
Trainer Jim Bolger hailed Kevin Manning's "beautiful" performance in taking Pleascach to victory in the Yorkshire Oaks on Thursday.
Arabian Queen ended Golden Horn's unbeaten run with a brilliant display in the Juddmonte International at York.
Aidan O'Brien will look at the options open to Gleneagles after ruling him out of the Juddmonte International at York due to unsuitable ground.
Golden Horn and Gleneagles head the eight-strong field for Wednesday's Juddmonte International at York.
Forgotten Rules is to be aimed at the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger at the Curragh on September 13.
Golden Horn's owner is excited at the prospect of his dual Derby winner taking on dual Guineas winner Gleneagles in the Juddmonte International Stakes at York.
Golden Horn’s enforced short break could prove to be a “blessing”, according to his trainer, John Gosden.
Gleneagles will miss the Qatar Sussex Stakes on Wednesday because of unsuitable ground conditions.