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Turf Talk: Mulholland’s Doing Fine in hunt for back-to-back victories on final day of jumps season

Doing Fine has hit form at the right time and can give Neil Mulholland back-to-back victories in the bet365 Gold Cup on the final day of the jumps season at Sandown.

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Jockey James Doyle.

Turf Talk: Doyle ready for first-time team-up with Fair Eva in 1000 Guineas

James Doyle looks set to team up with Fair Eva for the first time in the Qipco 1000 Guineas.

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Southfield Royale ridden by Noel Fehily, right. PIC: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Turf Talk: Southfield Royale flushed with scent of Scottish National potential

Southfield Royale must have a huge chance in the Coral Scottish Grand National at Ayr.

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Bryan Cooper (right) and Apple's Jade (left) celebrate winning the 16:10 OLBG Mares' Hurdle during Champion Day of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival. PIC: David Davies/PA Wire

Turf Talk: Apple’s Jade to spearhead Gigginstown challenge at Punchestown

Cheltenham heroine Apple’s Jade is set to spearhead a formidable team for Gigginstown House Stud at next week’s Punchestown Festival.

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Buveur D'air ridden by Jockey Barry Geraghty on their way to winning the Betway Aintree Hurdle during day one of the Randox Health Grand National Festival at Aintree. PIC: David Davies/PA Wire

Turf Talk: Doyle escapes serious injury as Geraghty is ruled out for three months

Hollie Doyle has escaped serious injury after a horror fall at Redcar on Monday.

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Trainer William Haggas.

Turf Talk: Sea of Grace navigating course to the 1000 Guineas under new trainer Haggas

Sea Of Grace can make a perfect start for new trainer William Haggas, and put herself firmly in the 1000 Guineas picture, by winning the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes on day two of the Craven Meeting at Newmarket.

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Trainer Marco Botti at his Green Ridge Stables in Newmarket. PIC: Adam Davy/PA Wire

Turf Talk: Time for Aljazzi to bloom in Snowdrop Fillies’ Stakes

Aljazzi has a couple of decent early-season entries and if she is to prove competitive in such events, she really should be putting up a good show in the Watch Racing UK On Sky 432 Snowdrop Fillies’ Stakes at Kempton.

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Turf Talk: Absolute Blast can continue upward trajectory in Lingfield’s Easter Classic

Turf Talk: Absolute Blast can continue upward trajectory in Lingfield’s Easter Classic

Absolute Blast has made a swift ascent in the ratings since transferring to Britain before Christmas and she can cap off a fantastic campaign by taking the Betway Easter Classic, the highlight of All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield.

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Syphax, ridden by Jamie Spencer (left) beats Best of Day,s ridden by William Buick (right) to win the Tattersalls Acomb at last year's Ebor Festival. PIC: Anna Gowthorpe/PA Wire

Turf Talk: Two-from-two Syphax confirmed for inaugural 32Red Burradon at Newcastle

HAMBLETON trainer Kevin Ryan has confirmed that his Acomb Stakes winner Syphax will return to action in the inaugural 32Red Burradon Conditions Stakes at Newcastle.

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Sizing John winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Turf Talk: Sizing John on course for tilt at a Gold Cup double

Sizing John remains on course for the Coral Punchestown Gold Cup later this month.

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Bradley Lowery is held aloft by Grand National-winning jockey Derek Fox

Bradley Lowery held aloft by Grand National winner on 'amazing' day

The family of Bradley Lowery say they will treasure his "amazing" day at the Grand National forever.

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The Young Master

Turf Talk: The Young Master’s plan can be realised in tomorrow’s Grand National

The Young Master can realise a long-term plan for the Waley-Cohen family and trainer Neil Mulholland by winning the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree.

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God's Own

Turf Talk: God’s Own aiming for back-to-back victories in Aintree Festival Day Two feature race – the Melling Chase

God’s Own can make it back-to-back victories for Tom George in the JLT Melling Chase, the feature event on day two of the Grand National meeting.

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Empire Of Dirt ridden by Bryan Cooper.

Grand National Festival: Empire Of Dirt can dig out victory on the opening day at Aintree

Empire Of Dirt can make amends for his Cheltenham eclipse by landing the Betway Bowl, one of the feature events on the opening day of the Grand National Festival at Aintree.

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Top Notch Tonto

Duo give Ellison a chance of a difficult double

FROM time immemorial, the ‘Spring Double’ has been a bonanza for bookmakers – with very good reason.

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Yuften ridden, by Andrea Atzeni (green cap), winning The Balmoral Handicap Stakes Race at Ascott last year.

Turf Talk: Yuften can set pulses racing at Doncaster

Yuften can quicken pulses on the first day of the Flat turf season by winning the Betway Lincoln at Doncaster.

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Who's fitter? Grand National-winning jockey and pro rugby player face off

Who's fitter? Grand National-winning jockey and pro rugby player face off

One rides thoroughbred racehorses for a living and the other is Premiership rugby's record try scorer.

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Turf Talk: Cowell’s Just Us Two could have the x-factor at Lingfield

Turf Talk: Cowell’s Just Us Two could have the x-factor at Lingfield

Just Us Two can bounce back from his defeat last time out by lifting the Betway Dash Handicap at Lingfield.

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Big Orange, ridden by jockey Jamie Spencer (centre) coming home to win the Qatar Goodwood Cup last summer.

Turf Talk: Bell breaks Big Orange’s future into segments

Michael Bell is keen to let the dust settle on Big Orange’s fine effort in defeat at Meydan on Saturday before committing to future targets.

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On The Fringe ridden by jockey Jamie Codd (left). PIC: PA

Turf Talk: On The Fringe bidding to bounce back after Festival setback

Enda Bolger is hoping a return to the Aintree fences will help On The Fringe bounce back to winning form after he was beaten at Cheltenham last week.

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