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Coronation up Dolniya's street

The finish to the 2014 Coronation Cup at EpsomTop-class French filly Dolniya is on course to make her British debut in the Investec Coronation Cup at Epsom on Saturday week.

Fifth in last season's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe as a three-year-old, the daughter of Azamour made a superb start to 2015 by beating Flintshire at Chantilly before repeating the dose in winning the Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan in March.

Karaktar on track for French Derby

Karaktar's trainer Alain de Royer-DupreKaraktar is one of the star names among 18 horses still in contention for the Prix du Jockey Club following the first forfeit stage.

The Aga Khan-owned-and-bred colt has made a flying start to his three-year-old career, winning a Saint-Cloud Listed prize by upwards of seven lengths before an impressive display in a Group Three contest at Longchamp last month.

Tipping News

The Tips Den - Tuesday 26th of May

image-left-align kevin-o-malley-the-tips-denToday in the Tips Den we have three selections with two on the flat from Leicester and Redcar, and one bet up at Hexham in the maiden hurdle of their National Hunt card.

Betting News

The sun always shines on punters with 888sport!

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Features

Horse by Horse Preview: Betfred Temple Stakes at Haydock!

image-left-align Top PicksThe £100,000 Group 2 betfred Temple Stakes has a twelve strong field of top sprinting talent at Haydock this Saturday in what promises to be an exhilarating race. Take a look at our horse by horse preview, which pinpoints a most likely winner, the main danger and the dark outsider in the field….