THE Northern Point-to-Point Association held their annual awards ceremony at Hexham Mart, recently, when an excellent lunch was provided before Jack Clark announced the prize winners.
KINROSS racing trainer Lucinda Russell sent five winners on Friday November 8.
NATIONAL HUNT jockey AP McCoy has became the first jocket to win 4,000 winners.
A BUMPER crowd is expected at Musselburgh Racecourse on Friday, November 8 as it is a free raceday.
LEADING jump jockey Tony McCoy is only two winners away from becoming the first jump jockey to ride 4,000 winners following a double at Kempton yesterday.
APPLICATIONS are now open for the British Racing School (BRS) pony racing academy.
Scotland's richest flat meeting takes place at Ayr next week and features the William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival, and boasts £587,000 in prizemoney.
ABERDEEN-born Sir Henry Cecil, the 10-time champion Flat trainer, has died at the age of 70.
High fashion and quality racing are the order of the day, at Kelso's final meeting of the season – their 'Ladies Day' on Sunday, May 26.