BBC Sport - Horse Racing
The latest stories from the Horse Racing section of the BBC Sport web site.
Injured Payne to miss Shergar Cup at Ascot
Pioneering jockey Michelle Payne will miss the Shergar Cup at Ascot in August after having abdomen surgery following a fall.
Best faces rehearing after BHA apology
Trainer Jim Best, who was given a four-year ban, will have his case reheard after the BHA issues an apology.
Fallon set for Epsom Derby ride aged 51
Veteran jockey Kieren Fallon is set to ride Across The Stars for old ally Sir Michael Stoute in the Derby at Epsom next month.
Jet Setting shocks favourite Minding
Jet Setting upsets Minding to win the 1000 Irish Guineas - while The Gurkha will miss the Derby at Epsom.
Exaggerator wins Preakness Stakes
Exaggerator wins the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore, shattering the dream of a US Triple Crown for Nyquist.
Trainer, 83, wins Irish 2000 Guineas
Awtaad, ridden by Chris Hayes, beats favourite Galileo Gold to win the Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh.
Betting merger may depend on shop sales
Bookmakers Ladbrokes and Gala Coral may have to shed hundreds of stores if their proposed merger is to go ahead, the Competition and Markets Authority says.
Don Cossack rated top jumps horse
Don Cossack is ranked the highest-rated horse in jump racing for the second year running.
Tap The Honey in historic Newcastle win
Tap The Honey, ridden by Joey Haynes, wins the first race to be staged on the new artificial track at Newcastle.