BBC Sport - Horse Racing
The latest stories from the Horse Racing section of the BBC Sport web site.
Leading female jockey Turner to quit
Hayley Turner - the first female jockey to ride 100 winners in a year - will retire at the end of the Flat racing season in November, aged 32.
'Legend' Hurricane Fly is retired
Two-time Champion Hurdle winner Hurricane Fly is retired with a world record 22 Group One victories to his name.
Pendleton second on racing debut
Double Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton finishes second in her first competitive race as an amateur jockey.
Litigant wins Ebor Handicap at York
Litigant, a 33-1 outsider ridden by Oisin Murphy, wins the richest Flat-racing handicap in Europe, the Ebor at York.
Mecca's Angel wins Nunthorpe Stakes
Mecca's Angel sees off favourite Acapulco to win the Group One Nunthorpe Stakes over five furlongs at York.
Yorkshire Oaks success for Pleascach
Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Pleascach chases down favourite Covert Love to win the Yorkshire Oaks at York's Ebor Festival.
Golden Horn beaten by Arabian Queen
Derby winner Golden Horn is beaten by 50-1 Arabian Queen in Wednesday's Juddmonte International at York.
Jockey McNamara retires with winner
Andrew McNamara ended his riding career with a victory as he won aboard Most Honourable at Tramore in his final race.
Ruby Walsh wins Australian National
Ruby Walsh guides top weight Bashboy to a record third consecutive Australian Grand National win at Ballarat.
Female jockeys win Shergar Cup
A team of female jockeys headed by apprentice rider Sammy Jo Bell win racing's Shergar Cup at Ascot for the first time.
VIDEO: The incomparable Sir Peter O'Sullevan
Clare Balding remembers the life of former BBC commentator Sir Peter O'Sullevan, who has died aged 97.
VIDEO: Pendleton second on horse racing debut
Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton finishes second on her competitive debut as a jockey in the Betfair Novice Flat Amateur Riders' Handicap at Ripon.
VIDEO: 'Goosebump' end to Australian National
Irish jump jockey Ruby Walsh has won the Australian Grand National in a dramatic finish that saw both leaders almost fall at the second last fence.
VIDEO: Sir Peter O'Sullevan remembered
BBC Sport's Joe Wilson remembers the life and career of former BBC horse racing commentator Sir Peter O'Sullevan, who has died aged 97.
VIDEO: O'Sullevan's Grand National greats
Speaking in April 2012, Grand National commentary legend Sir Peter O'Sullevan, who died on Wednesday, recalls some classic memories from Aintree.