Philip Fenton, a prominent Irish trainer, is to appear in court charged with the possession of banned substances.
Willie Mullins believes that Hurricane Fly "is stronger than he ever was before" after claiming his 18th Grade One success.
Captain Chris will miss the King George VI Chase at Kempton on St Stephen’s Day due to injury.
Ruby Walsh will step up his rehabilitation from injury when he rides out at the weekend.
Willie Mullins has reported Hurricane Fly to be on course for the Racing Post Champion Hurdle at Punchestown.
Willie Mullins could saddle up to four runners in Sunday's Powers Gold Cup at Fairyhouse.
Champion Hurdle winner Jezki will aim to do the double at Punchestown next month.
Bobs Worth is one of 18 horses entered for the Bibby Financial Services Punchestown Gold Cup on April 30.
Leighton Aspell and Pineau De Re galloped to a deserving victory in the Crabbies Grand National at Aintree from Balthazar King and Double Seven.
Boston Bob came from last to first to claim the Betfred Melling Chase at Aintree on Friday.
There were no late changes to the field for the Crabbie's Grand National with Goonyella, Soll, Night In Milan and Minella For Value all missing out on Saturday's race.
Silviniaco Conti made most of the running to land a thrilling renewal of the Betfred Bowl at Aintree.
Guitar Pete came with a storming run under Paul Carberry to deny Clarcam victory in the 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle on the first day of Aintree's Grand National meeting.
Outsider Certerach caused a major upset in winning the Dubai Gold Cup at Meydan on Saturday, while Gentildonna claimed the Sheema Classic.
The Richard Fahey-trained Brae Hill won the William Hill Spring Mile at Doncaster, just holding off the challenge of Stand My Ground, while Ocean Tempest claimed the Lincoln.
QIPCO Holding is to sponsor the Irish Champion Stakes after agreeing a three-year deal with Horse Racing Ireland.
Epsom have announced plans to run this year's Investec Coronation Cup in honour of three-time winner St Nicholas Abbey.
Property firm Comer Group has been confirmed as the new sponsor of the Irish St Leger.
Johnny Murtagh has announced his retirement from race-riding in order to concentrate on his training career.
Simon Crisford has announced his decision to step down as racing manager for Godolphin.
Former Metropolitan Police chief commissioner Lord Stevens has concluded that Mahmood Al Zarooni acted alone in the Godolphin doping scandal.
St Nicholas Abbey has been put down after losing his battle against injury and illness.
Sheikh Mohammed has vowed never to work with disgraced trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni again.