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CRAVEN STAKES: Masar tames the Lion

Much of the talk before today’s bet365 Craven Stakes centred around John Gosden’s QIPCO 2,000 Guineas hope Roaring Lion.

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WHITE NIGHT: Dan Holland impressed Eddie Guest. Picture: Mark Westley

Number of triumphs outweighs shock defeat

Club star Jamie Corner may have suffered a shock defeat, but it was still a memorable night of boxing for members of Eddie Guest’s Gym on Saturday, writes Liam Apicella.

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ANNUAL EVENT: The winners of last year's Stable & Stud Challenge. From left: Wayne Hogg, Hannah Pollard and Denys Olefir

Entries open for annual Newmarket Heath Race

Plans are now firmly in place for the annual running of the Newmarket Heath Race, writes Liam Apicella.

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CHAMPION: Adele Shaw after a victory with Manor Pearl

Faultless Shaw makes lasting impression at national event

Adele Shaw made a big impression on the national stage earlier this month by winning at the Pony of the Year Show.

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TOP FORM: Daisy Glover

Glover excels during maiden marathon run through Paris

Daisy Glover was in impressive form at the Paris Marathon on Sunday, chalking up one of the quickest times of the year so far.

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TESTIMONIAL: Jon Armstrong

Armstrong expects emotions to run high at his testimonial

Crying is not usually associated with speedway riders but Jon Armstrong expects a tear or two to be shed when taking to the track at Mildenhall Stadium on Sunday (2pm) for his testimonial.

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FRONT FOOT: Connor Croxon looks to make some ground for Newmarket during their season-ending loss

Home loss sums up the entire season

LONDON LEAGUE

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NEWBURY BOUND: James Tate with Hey Gaman

Hey Gaman set to swerve Craven in favour of assault on Greenham

James Tate has revealed Saturday’s Group 3 Al Basti Equiworld Supporting Greatwood Greenham Stakes is the most likely destination for Hey Gaman.

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WORKING OUT: Cracksman was put through his paces by Frankie Dettori

France-bound Cracksman works out on Rowley Mile

Cracksman was one of the star attractions at the Rowley Mile on Tuesday as he was put through his paces ahead of the first day of the Craven Meeting.

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ALL SMILES: Petra Sebestikova receieved her award from Ed Chamberlin and Michael Owen. Picture: Dan Abraham

Award-winning Petra eager to get back in saddle

Behind the glamour, excitement and celebrations of racedays, aside from the trainers and jockeys there is a legion of stable and stud staff which make it all happen.

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POWERING THROUGH: Jacob Muncey breaks clear to dot down for Ely. Picture: Steve Wells

Tigers sign off with victory

LONDON LEAGUE

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CHAMP: David Egan

Egan keen to follow family’s lead

When it comes to horses, thoroughbred racing is all about bloodlines but lineage can be just as important to the human athletes involved in the sport and Newmarket-based champion apprentice David Egan can boast a right royal racing pedigree.

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NO LETTING UP: George Scott

Scott aiming for plenty more in 2018

Twenty-three winners and a strike rate of 20 per cent in 2017 - it is fair to say that George Scott was extremely satisfied with what was just his second season since going solo in the training ranks.

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WINNING FEELING: One Fine Morning (right) goes clear. Picture: Richard Weller-Pooley

Clovers strike lucky again with One Fine Morning

The Clover brothers had more success with One Fine Morning on Saturday, writes James Crispe.

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CELEBRATION: Rob Huff finished third in Morocco

Huff’s season gets started with a podium in Morocco

Rob Huff had a strong first weekend in the new FIA World Touring Car Cup in Marrakech, scoring a podium finish in the first race on Saturday in his Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR.

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Handicap win for Brown on home course

Handicap win for Brown on home course

The Links Golf Club’s Chris Brown won the handicap section of the Cambridgeshire Area Golf Union Seniors’ Spring Meeting.

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SCOTTISH FINAL: Mark Wallis

Black Ferran storms into final

Mark Wallis has one remaining hope to win the Racing Post Greyhound TV Scottish Derby for the first time after Saturday’s semi-finals.

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STAR MAN: Jacob Muncey ran in two tries for the triumphant Tigers. Picture: Steve Wells

Tigers ease to home victory

LONDON LEAGUE THREE

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TOP FORM: Drew Kemp (blue). Picture: Derek Leader

Weather leaves Fen Tigers still waiting to get season under way

Kevin Jolly is praying that the weather plays ball and allows the Mildenhall Fen Tigers to get their season started against the Plymouth Devils in the National Trophy on Sunday (3pm), writes Graham Clark.

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HIGH HOPES: Hugo Palmer

White Mocha primed to make seasonal debut at the Craven

Hugo Palmer has revealed that White Mocha is likely to feature in next week’s bet365 Craven Meeting at the Rowley Mile.

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