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  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Sandown

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Sandown where there is a top day's flat racing, featuring three group contests.

    Sandown Park: 1.40, 2.10, 2.45 and 3.15.

    Reporter: Rishi Persad, commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    From Haydock Park and Kempton Park

    Alice Plunkett leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Haydock Park, with top jumping action on the penultimate weekend of the 2014 National Hunt season. There are seven live races, including quality All-Weather contests from Kempton.

    Haydock: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50.

    Kempton: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.15.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce, commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and guests are at Haydock Park with all the news, betting tips and features ahead of today's racing.

    Plus, there's a look at Good Friday's first All-Weather finals day.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are in Ayr for coverage of the Scottish Grand National (3.50pm), the country's oldest and most prestigious steeplechase first run in 1867, and now worth £180,000.

    There is also top quality flat racing from Newbury, featuring important trials for both the 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas. Reporters: Gina Bryce and Emma Spencer; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

    Ayr: 2.05, 2,40, 3.15 and 3.50.

    Newbury: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

  • The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Ayr with all the news, betting, tips and features ahead of today's Scottish Grand National - the country's biggest steeplechase worth £180,000

  • The Grand National

    Coverage of the world's greatest steeplechase - the 2014 Crabbie's Grand National.

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present all the drama, excitement and stories from Aintree. The Channel 4 Racing team examine the clues in the build-up to the first £1,000,000 National, and also show how the money went with a comprehensive re-run.

    Reporters; Alice Plunkett, Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson, Brian Gleeson and Ian Bartlett.

  • The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and special guests are live at Aintree with all the excitement, news, tips and betting ahead of the Crabbie's Grand National (4.15pm). Who will win the world's greatest steeplechase, run for the first time with prize money of £1,000,000?

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present all the action from Day Two of the Grand National Festival at Aintree. Five top quality live races, including three Grade One clashes, plus all the news and features ahead of tomorrow's £1,000,000 Grand National, the world's greatest steeplechase.

    Aintree: 2.00, 2.30, 3.05, 3.40 and 4.15.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett, Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests present all the latest news and features ahead of Day Two of the Grand National Festival.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck introduce top quality jump racing on Day One of the Grand National Festival. The highlight is the £200,000 Aintree Hurdle (3.05pm), one of three Grade One clashes, in which The New One looks to bounce back after his unlucky third in the Champion Hurdle. There's also the Fox Hunters Chase (3.45pm), over 2m 6f of the famous Grand National course for amateur riders.

    Aintree: 2.00, 2.30, 3.05, 3.40 and 4.15.

    Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Aintree for all the betting, news, tips and features ahead of the first day's racing at this year's Grand National Festival.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    From Doncaster and Kempton Park

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are on Town Moor, Doncaster for the start of the 2014 flat racing season. The feature race is the £100,000 Lincoln Handicap (3.50pm) down the straight mile, which traditionally provides the opening highlight on turf.

    Plus, there's all the news ahead of the Dubai World Cup - the richest race in the world, live later on Channel 4.

    Doncaster: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Kempton Park: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing: The Dubai World Cup

    Nick Luck and Emma Spencer introduce coverage of the world's richest horse race: the Dubai World Cup (6.05pm) from Meydan, which has a prize fund of $10 million.

    Plus, there's the best of the rest of the action on a fabulous night of racing. Guests: Graham Cunningham and Jim McGrath.

  • The Morning Line

    Flat racing is back, and Nick Luck and guests are at Doncaster with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the Lincoln Handicap (3.50pm): the one mile cavalry charge that traditionally rings in the new season.

    Plus, there's a look to the Dubai World Cup, which will be live on Channel 4 this afternoon.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    From Newbury, Lingfield and Kelso

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Newbury with top class action from three courses, with the Winter Derby at Lingfield (3.50pm) featuring alongside the Mares Hurdle Finale (3.30pm) from the Berkshire track.

    Newbury: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30pm. Lingfield: 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50pm. Kelso 2.00pm.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Newbury with all the news, betting, tips and features ahead of a top day's racing from three venues, including Lingfield and Kelso.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival Highlights

    Rishi Persad presents all the highlights and drama of Gold Cup day - the fourth and final day of the 2014 Cheltenham Festival.

    Could Bobs Worth defend his Gold Cup crown and win at the Festival for the fourth successive year?

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Rishi Persad and Gina Bryce present all the action on Uttoxeter's biggest day of the year, featuring the Midlands Grand National (3.50pm).

    Also, there's a look back at the highlights from four fantastic days of the Cheltenham Festival.

    Uttoxeter: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50.

    Kempton Park: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and his guests present all the news, features, tips and betting moves ahead of the Midlands Grand National from Uttoxeter. There's also a look back at a fabulous four days at the Cheltenham Festival.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival: Channel 4 Racing

    It's the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and Clare Balding and Nick Luck are there to present all the drama, excitement and thrills of the Gold Cup (3.20pm) - jump racing's most prestigious prize, offering over £500,000 in prize money.

    Fifty years ago the immortal Arkle won his first Gold Cup and today Bobs Worth, Nicky Henderson's champion from 2013, hopes to join the greats by winning back-to-back Gold Cups.

    Cheltenham: 1.30, 2.05, 2.40, 3.20 and 4.00. Reporters: Alice Plunkett,

    Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Ted Walsh, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    It's Gold Cup day, and Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are on hand to bring viewers all the early news, views, betting and tips ahead of the £550,000 race, which brings to a climax a magnificent week of action in the shadow of Cleeve Hill.

    Can Nicky Henderson's Bobs Worth defend the crown he won so bravely a year ago, making it four wins from four runs at the Cheltenham Festival?

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival Highlights

    Alice Plunkett presents all the drama of the World Hurdle on day three at Cheltenham.

    Could the great Big Buck's regain his title and win the championship stayers race for the fifth time?

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are among the 60,000-strong crowd at day three of the Cheltenham Festival.

    The day could see history made if arguably the greatest staying hurdler of all-time, Big Buck's, can regain the World Hurdle title he won four years in a row before missing last year's renewal through injury; the race starts at 3.20pm. Paul Nicholls' stable star will have the hats flying if he can overcome the best stayers from Britain and Ireland.

    Cheltenham: 1.30, 2.05, 2.40, 3.20 and 4.00.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett, Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Ted Walsh, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests have all the early news, betting and tips ahead of day three of the Cheltenham Festival.

    The day will see whether the great Big Buck's can raise the roof by winning his fifth World Hurdle (3.20pm); it's a year since injury prevented him defending the consecutive crowns he won from 2009-12.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival Highlights

    Rishi Persad presents all the highs and lows of day two at the Cheltenham Festival.

    All seven races are featured, headlined by the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the battle to find the top two-mile chaser.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at Cheltenham to present all the drama and excitement of day two of the Festival.

    The second day's highlight is the Queen Mother Champion Chase (3.20pm), which has been won by all the great two-mile chasers from Flyingbolt to Viking Flagship and Royal Relief to Moscow Flyer. Last year's magnificent champion Sprinter Sacre misses this year's race, leaving Gary Moore's Sire de Grugy with a favourite's chance to add his name to that roll of honour.

    Cheltenham: 1.30, 2.05, 2.40, 3.20 and 4.00.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett, Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Ted Walsh, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are out and about at Cheltenham to bring viewers reactions to day one of the Festival, as well as all the news, tips and interviews ahead of day two.

    The second day's action features the £350,000 Queen Mother Champion Chase (3.20pm). In the absence of last year's hero Sprinter Sacre, Gary Moore's Sire De Grugy will hope that the race will cement his place as the top two-miler.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival Highlights

    Alice Plunkett introduces all the drama and action from day one of the Cheltenham Festival, which featured the Champion Hurdle.

    Could the great Hurricane Fly win his third title, or would the young pretenders such as My Tent or Yours, The New One or Our Conor dethrone the champion?

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Cheltenham Festival: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present the first day of the Cheltenham Festival - the four-day highlight of the Jumps racing season.

    The first day's big race is the £400,000 Champion Hurdle (3.20pm), in which Willie Mullins' star Hurricane Fly, the world record holder for Grade One victories, looks to win the hurdler's crown for the third time.

    Mullins and jockey Ruby Walsh also seek history when the great mare Quevega aims to win the Mares Hurdle (4.00pm) for an incredible sixth year in a row - a feat never before achieved at the Festival.

    Cheltenham: 1.30, 2.05, 2.40, 3.20 and 4.00.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett, Rishi Persad and Mick Fitzgerald; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Ted Walsh, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests are at Cheltenham to bring viewers all the excitement, interviews, gambles and tips ahead of day one of the Festival.

    Irish trainer Ted Walsh joins the regular team all week, and on day one his jockey son Ruby could make history with Hurricane Fly, who's looking for his third Champion Hurdle (3.20pm), and Quevega, who's bidding to win an amazing sixth successive Mares Hurdle (4.00pm).

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Sandown Park and Wolverhampton.

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Sandown Park, where a top day's action features the £70,000 Imperial Cup Handicap Hurdle (3.15pm). There's a special bonus for any horse that can win this race and go on to success at the Cheltenham Festival.

    Sandown Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50.

    Wolverhampton: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his special guests look ahead to the Cheltenham Festival, as well as bringing viewers all the news, betting and tips for the afternoon's racing at Sandown, which features the Imperial Cup (3.15pm), and at Wolverhampton.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Newbury and Doncaster

    Alice Plunkett leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Newbury where the big race is the Greatwood Gold Cup (3.50pm), in which Paul Nicholls will be hoping to saddle the winner for the sixth time in seven years. There are also three top races from Doncaster, including the Grimthorpe Chase (3.30pm).

    Newbury: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50pm.

    Doncaster: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30pm.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Mick Fitzgerald, Jim McGrath and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett is at Newbury and Gina Bryce is live from David Pipe's yard on the Somerset/Devon border for a special edition of The Morning Line.

    As well as all the news, betting and tips for today's racing, there's a look ahead to Cheltenham from one of the festival's most successful yards.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Kempton Park, where there is over £200,000 in prize money on offer.

    The big race of the day is the £100,000 Kempton Park Chase (3.50pm), which often provides clues for the Grand National. Meanwhile, from Newcastle comes the four mile marathon Eider Chase (2.55pm), which also serves as a national trial.

    Kempton Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newcastle: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett; commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Kempton Park with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of a top day's racing.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Ascot, Haydock Park and Wincanton

    Rishi Persad is at Ascot to lead the Channel 4 team on a top day's racing from three courses, offering clues for the upcoming Cheltenham Festival. The day's biggest race, the £150,000 Ascot Chase (3.50pm), was won last year by Cue Card, who went on to success at Cheltenham.

    Ascot: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50pm.

    Haydock Park: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Wincanton: 3.30pm.

    Reporters: Emma Spencer and Gina Bryce, commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Jim McGrath and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and guests Graham Cunningham and Racing Post's Tom Segal bring viewers all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of a top day's racing from three venues: Ascot, Haydock Park and Wincanton.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Newbury and Warwick

    Nick Luck and Rishi Persad lead the Channel 4 Racing team at Newbury. There is over £250,000 in prize money on offer, with a top card that climaxes with one of the season's biggest handicap hurdles: the Totesport Trophy (3.35pm), won last year by Tony McCoy on My Tent Or Yours.

    Newbury: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35pm.

    Warwick: 2.05 and 2.40pm.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett, commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and special guests are at Newbury with all the news, features, tips and betting ahead of a top day's racing, which climaxes with the big hurdle race: the Totesport Trophy.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Sandown Park, Ffos Las and Wetherby

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 team are in Esher with action from three venues. There are top races from Ffos Las and Wetherby, plus four highly competitive races from Sandown Park with over £150,000 in prize money.

    Sandown: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Ffos Las: 2.05 and 2.40, Wetherby: 3.20.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Sandown with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of a busy day's racing which also features the Welsh Champion Hurdle from Ffos Las.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham and Doncaster

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at Cheltenham for Festival Trials Day. The highlight is the Cleeve Hurdle (3.35pm) where the great Big Buck's will attempt to extend his unbeaten sequence to an amazing 19 wins on his comeback after a year off through injury. The four-times World Hurdle winner (2009-12) will hope to show that he is on target for a fifth Festival success under new jockey Sam Twiston-Davies.

    Cheltenham: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Doncaster: 2.05, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald, and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck is at Cheltenham for Festival Trials Day with special guest Paul Nicholls, whose great staying hurdler Big Buck's makes his long-awaited comeback from injury in the Cleeve Hurdle.

    Also on the panel is the Racing Post's top tipster Tom Segal, as the Channel 4 Racing team bring you all the news, features, betting and tips on a huge day's racing.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Ascot and Haydock Park

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck lead the Channel 4 Racing team at Ascot, where a top day's racing is headlined by the Grade One, 2-mile Clarence House Chase (3.35), first won 25 years ago by the great Desert Orchid. Top chasers such as Viking Flagship (1994), Call Equiname (1999) and Master Minded (2009) have won this race and gone on to land the Champion Chase at Cheltenham - a feat repeated by last year's victor Sprinter Sacre.

    Ascot: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Haydock Park: 2.05, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Graham Cunningham; commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and her guests are at Ascot with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the Clarence House Chase, which was first run 25 years ago in 1989 and won by the great Desert Orchid in an epic duel with Panto Prince.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and her guests are at Warwick to preview the day's racing, with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of a top day's action which features the gruelling 3m 5f Classic Chase.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Warwick and Kempton Park

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team to the shadow of Warwick Castle for an interesting day's racing. Here, last year, Champion Hurdle favourite The New One announced himself as a top novice with victory in the Leamington Novices' Hurdle (3.00pm) before going on to victory at the Cheltenham Festival.

    Warwick: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Kempton Park: 2.05, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Mick Fitzgerald, Jim McGrath and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Newcastle and Lingfield Park.

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team for a top day's racing at Newcastle and Lingfield Park.

    Newcastle: 1.40, 2.15, 2.50 and 3.25. Lingfield Park: 2.00, 2.35, 3.10 and 3.45.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and Analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests present all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of today's racing. Plus a look back at the highlights of the busy Christmas and New Year racing both in Great Britain and Ireland.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    It's Happy New Year from the Channel 4 Racing team. Nick Luck is at Cheltenham to welcome 2014 in style with top-class racing from both Prestbury Park and Musselburgh in Scotland. The team also look forward to the year ahead.

    Cheltenham: 1.20, 1.55, 2.30 and 3.05. Musselburgh: 1.35 and 2.10.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Chepstow and Newbury.

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Chepstow for Welsh racing's biggest day of the year featuring the Coral's Welsh National (3.00pm).

    Chepstow: 1.15, 1.50, 2.25 and 3.00pm. Newbury: 1.30 and 2.05pm.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and Analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald are at Chepstow with all the early news, betting, tips and features ahead of today's racing, which features the Welsh National.

    Plus a chance to look back at the best of 2013 in the racing world.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Kempton Park and Wetherby.

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck host a Christmas cracker of a day from Kempton Park featuring the King George VI Chase (3.10pm) won for two of the last three years by Nicky Henderson's Long Run. Today's favourite is likely to be Colin Tizzard's Cue Card looking to add victory to his Betfair Chase triumph last month.

    Kempton Park: 1.25, 2.00, 2.35 and 3.10pm. Wetherby: 1.40pm.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Mick Fitzgerald are up early after Christmas for King George VI Chase day at Kempton - the traditional Boxing Day feature first run in 1937. All the news, betting, tips and special guests ahead of a cracking day of festive racing.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    From Ascot and Haydock Park.

    Nick Luck and the team are at Ascot for the last day's racing before the short Christmas break, featuring the £150,000 Ladbroke Hurdle (3.35pm) as well as the Grade One Long Walk Hurdle (2.25pm).

    Ascot: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35pm. Haydock Park: 2.05 and 2.40pm.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and Analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are at Ascot with all the news, betting, tips and features ahead of today's Ladbroke Hurdle, a £150,000 handicap and one of the biggest betting races of the year.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham and Doncaster.

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 racing team are at Cheltenham for Day 2 of the prestigious International meeting. Today's feature is the International Hurdle (3.00pm) first run 50 years ago and won in its early years by some of the sport's greats such as Bula, Comedy of Errors, Sea Pigeon and Bird's Nest.

    Cheltenham: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Doncaster: 2.05 and 3.20.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter, Alice Plunkett. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and guests Jim McGrath and Mick Fitzgerald are at Cheltenham with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of Day 2 of the International meeting.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham.

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 racing team at Cheltenham with four top quality contests on Day One of the International meeting.

    Cheltenham: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck leads the C4 racing team at Sandown for the Tingle Creek Chase (3.00pm) won last year by the magnificent Sprinter Sacre, who is expected to defend his crown in the race today. Also there are two races over the famous Grand National fences from Aintree.

    Sandown Park: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35pm. Aintree: 2.10, 2.45 and 3.20pm.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporters: Rishi Persad and Graham Cunningham. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck is joined by Mick Fitzgerald and Jim McGrath at Sandown to look ahead to the expected reappearance of Sprinter Sacre in theTingle Creek Chase. Nicky Henderson's superstar is unbeaten in 10 Chases, and the team have all the news and features ahead of his much awaited return.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    From Newbury and Newcastle.

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck lead the Channel 4 racing team with a huge day at Newbury for the Hennessy Gold Cup (3.00pm) - one of the highlights of the jumping season, won last year by subsequent Gold Cup hero Bobsworth. There is also the Fighting Fifth Hurdle (2.05) from Newcastle, which is always an important trial for next year's Champion Hurdle.

    Newbury: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35pm. Newcastle: 2.05 and 2.40pm.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Alice Plunkett and Rishi Persad. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Mick Fitzgerald are at Newbury ahead of theHennessy Gold Cup, one of the great steeplechase handicaps of the National Hunt season, won last year by Bobsworth who went on to land the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    From Haydock Park and Ascot.

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Haydock Park for one of the biggest days of the jump racing season. The ninth running of the Grade One £200,000 Betfair Chase (3.35pm) is set to feature an epic duel between last year's winner Silvinaco Conti and the 2013 Gold Cup hero Bobsworth.

    Haydock Park: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35. Ascot: 2.05, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Reporters: Alice Plunkett and Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Alice Plunkett and her guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald are at Haydock Park with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the £200,000 Betfair Chase - a Grade One race, won last year by Silviniaco Conti for Paul Nicholls - who also won the race four times with the legendary Kauto Star. Nicholls' new stable star should be back to defend his title today.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham.

    Nick Luck and the team are in Cheltenham for the third day of the Open meeting. Coverage includes the £100,000 Greatwood Handicap Hurdle at 3.15pm. Plus, a look back at the first two days of this top festival.

    Races: 1.35, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15pm.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett, Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham and Wetherby.

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing in Cheltenham for one of the early season highlights of the National Hunt season: the second day of the Open meeting, which features the Paddy Power Gold Cup (2.30pm), won in recent years by top chasers such as Our Vic, Exotic Dancer, Imperial Commander and, last year, Al Ferof.

    Cheltenham: 1.50, 2.30, 3.00 and 3.35.

    Wetherby: 2.05 and 3.15.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett, Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald, are at Cheltenham ahead of day two of the top quality Open meeting. All the news, features, betting and tips ahead of a big day which features the Paddy Power Gold Cup.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Cheltenham.

    Nick Luck and the team are at Cheltenham for The Open, the course's second biggest event outside the Festival. Friday is Countryside Day, which promises to deliver some high-class racing.

    Races: 1.40, 2.10, 2.45, 3.20.

    Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and analysis: Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald, Jim McGrath and Simon Holt.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    From Doncaster and Wincanton.

    Rishi Persad leads the Channel 4 team at Town Moor as the 2013 Flat season draws to a close. As well as top quality racing, featuring the November Handicap (3.35pm), there will be a chance to acknowledge the champions of 2013, with presentations to the top jockey and trainer.

    Doncaster: 1.50, 2.25, 3.00 and 3.35pm. Wincanton: 2.05 and 2.40pm.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and guests, Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are at Doncaster for a look ahead to the final day of the 2013 flat season. Includes all the usual news, tips, betting and features. Plus, a look back at a vintage year of action on the turf.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Rishi Persad leads the Channel 4 Racing team at Ascot for the season's first major day of jumping action, with coverage from Wetherby and Down Royal.

    At Ascot, the big race is the £100,000 United House Chase (3.20pm). At Wetherby, the pick is the Charlie Hall Chase (3.35pm), won last year by Silviniaco Conti. There is also live coverage of Down Royal's Champion Chase in Northern Ireland at 2.30pm. Ascot: 2.10, 2.45 and 3.20. Wetherby: 1.50, 3.00 and 3.35, Down Royal 2.30.

    Presenter: Rishi Persad. Reporters: Emma Spencer and Alice Plunkett. Commentary and Analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad is at Ascot with Jim McGrath and Mick Fitzgerald for Channel 4's first big jumping day of the new season. All the news, features, betting and tips, including a look ahead to some top steeplechasing from Wetherby and Down Royal.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are on Town Moor for a varied day's racing action with top quality flat racing at Doncaster, where the group one Racing Post Trophy (3.50pm) is the highlight - a race won by four Derby winners as two-year-olds already this century: High Chaparral, Motivator, Authorised and Camelot.

    There's also quality jump action from Aintree - the home of the Grand National. Doncaster: 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50; Newbury: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30; Aintree: 1.55 and 3.05.

    Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests Jim McGrath and Mick Fitzgerald are at Doncaster with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the racing, which also features jumping action from Aintree.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing: QIPCO British Champions Day from Ascot

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at Ascot for Champions Day, with five group races that will decide the winners of the British Champion Series.

    The highlight could be a thrilling fourth clash between Jim Bolger's Dawn Approach and the Richard Hannon trained Toronado in the QEII Stakes (3.30). Also Cirrus Des Aigles, the great French gelding looks to go one better than last year's epic defeat to Frankel in the Champion Stakes (4.05pm), while the Queen's Estimate returns to the scene of her famous Gold Cup triumph for her Majesty in the Long Distance Cup (1.45pm). There is an amazing £3 million in prize money for the five championship races.

    Ascot: 1.45, 2.20, 2.55, 3.30 and 4.05pm.

    Reporters: Emma Spencer and Mick Fitzgerald. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    It's British Champions Day at Ascot and Nick Luck and the C4 racing team are on hand with all the early news, betting, features and tips ahead of the gripping climax to the British flat racing season with over £3 million in prize money for the five races which conclude the British Champion Series.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the team are at Newmarket on a busy day of action from two courses, with the Heritage Handicap at Newmarket (3.50pm) capping off the racing day.

    Newmarket: 2.05, 2.35, 3.10, 3.50; York: 1.50, 2.20, 2.55, 3.30.

    Reporters: Gina Bryce and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests Graham Cunningham and Jim McGrath are at Newmarket with all the news, betting, features and tips ahead of a top-quality day's racing.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing: Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are in Paris for all the drama and glamour of Europe's richest horse race - the Arc (3.15pm).

    There are almost five million euros to be won in a race in which many of the sport's immortals - including Mill Reef, Dancing Brave, Peintre Celebre and Sea the Stars - have previously triumphed.

    This season's running promises to be one of the greatest of recent times, with many challengers from Britain, Ireland and Japan taking on the French stars.

    Longchamp: 1.20, 1.55, 2.20 and 3.15pm.

    Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt and Mick Fitzgerald.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Rishi Persad and the team are at Ascot for three Group contests on a busy day of action that features eight races from three courses, with huge prize money on offer in races for two-year-olds at Newmarket and Redcar.

    Ascot: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 1.50, 2.20 and 2.55. Redcar: 3.30.

    Reporters: Gina Bryce and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and his guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald are at Ascot with all the news, betting, features and tips ahead of a top-quality day's racing. Plus, a preview of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Europe's richest and most prestigious race.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team on a huge day at Newmarket, with over £600,000 in prize money on offer. The Group One Cheveley Park Stakes (2.35) sees the rematch between Lucky Kristale and Rizeena. There's also jumping action from Market Rasen.

    Newmarket: 2.00, 2.35, 3.10 and 3.50. Market Rasen: 2.15 and 2.50.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are in Newmarket to preview a great day's racing with two Group One races and the Cambridgeshire, one of the season's most competitive handicaps.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the team are at racing HQ in Newmarket for Day One of the Cambridgeshire meeting.

    The high-quality card has three Group races and features the Group One Shadwell Fillies Mile (3.15) for two-year olds.

    Newmarket: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15pm.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer; Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team from Ayr in Scotland where the big race is the £150,000 Gold Cup (3.50pm) - one of Europe's richest and most competitive sprint handicaps. There's also top-quality action from Newbury, with three Group races from the Berkshire course.

    Ayr: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newbury: 1.50, 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce; Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are in Scotland to look ahead to Ayr's biggest flat racing day of the year.

    All the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the six-furlong Ayr Gold Cup - one of the most competitive handicap sprints of the season.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are on Town Moor, Doncaster, to bring viewers all the drama and excitement of the St Leger (3.50pm), the oldest Classic race run in Britain, which started back in 1776. Doncaster: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50pm. Chester: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck, Reporter: Rishi Persad, Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are in Doncaster with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the St Leger, the fifth and final British classic of the season.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck introduces Day 3 of the St Leger meeting from Doncaster.

    It's top quality action all the way on Town Moor today with three Group Two races, featuring the Doncaster Cup over two miles and two furlongs for the country's top stayers.

    Doncaster: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15pm. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson. Dir: Denise Large; Exec Prod: Carl Hicks

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are on Town Moor for all the action on Day 2 of Doncaster's St Leger meeting.

    The day's big race is the Park Hill Stakes (Group 2), over the same distance as the final classic - which takes place on Saturday.

    Doncaster: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15 pm. Reporter: Rishi Persad; Commentary and Analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson; Dir: Denise Large; Exec Prod: Carl Hicks.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Rishi Persad leads the Channel 4 team at Haydock with eight live races from three venues.

    The big race is the £250,000 Sprint Cup (3.50pm), which is for Europe's top sprinters of all ages.

    Last year, James Fanshawe's Society Rock took the first prize and is back looking to become the first horse since the legendary Be Friendly in 1967 to win the race in successive years.

    Haydock Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50pm. Ascot: 1.55 and 3.35pm. Kempton Park: 2.20 and 2.55pm.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and Analysis: Richard Hoiles, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and the C4 team are at Haydock for all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of today's racing, which features the £250,000 Sprint Cup.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are in Esher for a top-quality day's racing at Sandown Park.

    There's also action from the North, at Chester and Beverley, with the show featuring eight live races in total.

    Sandown Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Chester: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30, Beverley: 2.30.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests Mick Fitzgerald and Graham Cunningham are at Sandown Park with all the news, features, betting and tips ahead today's racing.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck lead the Channel 4 Racing team on the fourth and final day of the Ebor Festival from York.

    The big race is the Ebor Handicap (3.50pm), Europe's richest handicap and one of the most sought after prizes in any flat season. And it will be witnessed by a crowd of up to 50,000 - all eager to see whose name will be added to an already impressive Roll of Honour.

    York: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Goodwood: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck is at York to look ahead to the fourth and final day of the Ebor Festival, which features the Ebor itself, Europe's richest handicap on the flat, with £250,000 on offer.

    Plus, all the news, betting and tips ahead of today's big race and a look back at three fabulous days of racing on the Knavesmire.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck host coverage of the penultimate day of York's big summer Ebor Festival meeting.

    The feature race is the Nunthorpe Stakes (3.40), in which - over five furlongs on the Knavesmire - Europe's finest sprinters will reach top speeds of 40 miles an hour in search of the £250,000 prize.

    York: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at York for Day 2 of the Ebor meeting, the rousing summer festival which brings crowds flocking to the Knavesmire site.

    The second day of the event sees the fillies take centre stage, with the Group 1 Yorkshire Oaks (3.40) the feature event on a day that's packed with top quality racing.

    York: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are on the Knavesmire to introduce coverage of the first day of the Ebor Festival, York's big summer meeting.

    The feature race for Day 1 is the £750,000 Group 1 Juddmonte International Stakes (3.40), one of the season's great 10-furlong races, which was won last year by the mighty Frankel, in arguably his greatest performance.

    York: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck is at Newbury for a busy day of top-quality racing, featuring eight live races from three fixtures, including the Group 2 Hungerford Stakes (3.50pm).

    Newbury: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 1.50, 2.20 and 2.55. Ripon: 3.30.

    Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and guests Mick Fitzgerald and Graham Cunningham are at Newbury with all the day's news, features, betting and tips, which includes the Great St Wilfred Handicap from Ripon.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing: Shergar Cup

    Nick Luck introduces further coverage of the Shergar Cup from Ascot - a unique event in which jockeys from all over the world compete for team and individual prizes. The four teams are GB and Ireland, Europe, Rest of the World and The Girls.

    There's also top quality action from Haydock Park and Newmarket.

    Ascot: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Haydock Park: 2.20 and 2.55. Newmarket: 3.35.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce; Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing: Shergar Cup

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Ascot to cover the first two races of the Shergar Cup, a unique team event in which jockeys from all around the world compete for team and individual honours. Ascot: 12.55 and 1.30.

    The rest of the coverage can be seen on Channel 4 Racing for Saturday 10 August.

    Reporter: Gina Bryce; Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests, Mick Fitzgerald and Graham Cunningham, are at Ascot to look ahead to the Shergar Cup, a unique event in racing, in which the best male and female jockeys from around the world compete for team and individual prizes.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at the stunning Sussex course of Goodwood to bring viewers all the action from the fifth and final day of the Glorious meeting.

    The coverage features the fillies' Group 1 race, the Nassau Stakes (3.15pm), as well as the cavalry charge of the Stewards' Cup over six furlongs (3.50pm), one of the season's biggest betting handicaps.

    Goodwood: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are live ahead of the last day of Glorious Goodwood with all the news, features, betting and tips from the beautiful Sussex course.

    The big race is the Group 1 Nassau Stakes for top fillies of all ages.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present Day 4 from Glorious Goodwood, the chicest and most relaxed of racing's summer festivals.

    The highlight of the fourth day on the rolling Sussex track is the five-furlong King George Stakes (3.40pm). The race has been won by some of the great sprinters, including the legendary mare Lochsong, whose first of two wins came 20 years ago with victory over Paris House.

    Goodwood: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    It's Ladies' Day on Day 3 at Glorious Goodwood, and Clare Balding leads the Channel 4 Racing team to bring viewers five races from the picturesque Sussex course.

    There are three Group contests today, the highlight being the Goodwood Cup (3.15pm); held over two miles, the race has been won by some of the great stayers in the sport, including Yeats (twice), Persian Punch (twice) and the popular Double Trigger, who's third win came 15 years ago.

    Goodwood: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45, 3.15 and 3.45.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck introduce the second day from Glorious Goodwood.

    Day 2 sees the 'Duel on the Downs' in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes (3.05pm), as Jim Bolger's 2000 Guineas winner Dawn Approach takes on the Richard Hannon colt Toronado, who he beat by a head in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.

    Goodwood: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are on the Sussex Downs to bring viewers all the elegance, fun and top-quality racing that is Glorious Goodwood.

    The Day One highlight is the Group 2 Lennox Stakes (3.05pm), while the Group 3 Molecomb Stakes (2.30pm) is always won by a speedy juvenile.

    Goodwood: 1.55, 2.30, 3.05 and 3.40.

    Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are at Ascot for one of the sport's great race days, featuring the £1m King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (3.50).

    Since it was first run in 1951 to celebrate the Festival of Britain, this race has provided the ultimate mile and a half challenge for horses of all ages.

    In this edition, Irish Derby winner Trading Leather takes on fellow Irish raider St Nicholas Abbey, but there will also be serious challenges from France and Germany - the latter providing last year's winner, Danedream.

    Ascot: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50; York: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Reporters: Emma Spencer and Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham are at Ascot to bring you all the news, features, betting latest and tips ahead of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

    Now worth a cool £1 million, this race is the classic mid-season clash of the middle-distance champions of all generations and has been won by many of the sport's greats, from Mill Reef to Montjeu, Nijinsky to Galileo.

  • Channel 4 Racing Series and Eps Generic

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the team are at Newbury to provide coverage of a varied day's racing action on Channel 4, ranging from the best two-year-olds in the Super Sprint (3.50) at Newbury, to the highlight of the summer jumping season, the Summer Plate at Market Rasen (3.30).

    Newbury: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 1.55 and 2.30. Market Rasen: 2.55 and 3.30.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer; Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Newbury to look ahead to today's racing from Newbury, Newmarket and Market Rasen.

    All the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the Super Sprint at Newbury, and the highlight of the summer jumps season, the Summer Plate at Market Rasen.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck lead the Channel 4 Racing team from Newmarket, where the Group One July Cup (3.50pm), Europe's top sprint race, is the highlight of a great day's racing. And there's also top-class action from York and Ascot, with a bumper total of ten races featuring in the programme.

    Newmarket: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. York: 1.45, 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30. Ascot: 1.55 and 2.30.

    Reporters: Emma Spencer and Tom Lee. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald are at Newmarket to look ahead to the July Cup, Europe's leading Group One sprint.

    Plus, all the features, news, betting and tips ahead of a spectacular day with top-quality action from York and Ascot too.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck prsent day two of the July meeting, which features the Group One Falmouth Stakes for top-class fillies.

    Newmarket: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Tanya Stevenson, Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck introduce day one of the July meeting from Newmarket. The fabulous, historic setting of the July course provides an atmospheric backdrop to top-class racing featuring three group races.

    Newmarket: 1.40, 2.10, 2.40 and 3.15. Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck.

    Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Tanya Stevenson, Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck introduce Eclipse Day from Sandown Park - one of the great annual racing days in the calendar.

    The big race over 10 furlongs (3.50pm) has been run since 1886 and has a glittering roll of honour including such legends as Mill Reef, Brigadier Gerard, Dancing Brave, Nashwan and Sea the Stars.

    Sandown Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Haydock Park: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer and Graham Cunningham. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck is at Sandown with all the news, views, features and betting latest ahead of a cracking day's racing.

    It features the Group One Eclipse Stakes - worth over £500,000 - which has been won by some of the best racehorses ever, including such greats as Mill Reef, Brigadier Gerard, Dancing Brave and Sea the Stars.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team head north to Newcastle for the Gosforth course's biggest day of the year. The crowds will be out in force for the Northumberland Plate (3.50) on a cracking day which also features four strong races from HQ at Newmarket.

    Newcastle: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50; Newmarket: 2.20, 2.55, 3.30 and 4.05.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporters: Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are in Newcastle for the North East course's biggest day of the year. All the news, features, betting and tips ahead of today's big handicap, the Northumberland Plate.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    The best of the final day of the Royal meeting, the highlight of which is the Group One Golden Jubilee Stakes.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck host coverage of the final day of the Royal meeting.

    Again all six of the day's races are on Channel 4, culminating in the Queen Alexandra Stakes at 5.35; at two miles six furlongs it's the longest flat race in the calendar. Plus a last chance to savour the sights and fashions of this great Royal occasion.

    Royal Ascot: 2.30, 3.05, 3.45, 4.25, 5.00 and 5.35.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and his guests have all the news, tips, features and fashion ahead of the final day of the Royal meeting at Ascot. Plus, a look back at a glorious week of racing and pageantry.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    Action from Day Four at the Royal meeting at Ascot. The world's top horses arrive in the UK to take on their finest British counterparts.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present all the style and drama of Day 4 at the Royal meeting.

    Today's racing highlight is the fillies' mile race, the Coronation Stakes - first run in 1840.

    There's also coverage of all the fashion sights that form such a spectacular backdrop to this great sporting event.

    Royal Ascot: 2.30, 3.05, 3.45, 4.25, 5.00 and 5.35.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck presents the news, features, tips and fashion on Day 4 of Royal Ascot. Today's feature race is the Coronation Stakes, for the best three-year-old fillies in Europe.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    A chance to relive all the drama and glamour of Gold Cup day and Ladies' Day at Royal Ascot.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot: Channel 4 Racing

    It's Gold Cup day at Royal Ascot, and Clare Balding and Nick Luck introduce all six races on Day 3 of the Royal meeting.

    At 2pm the Queen will arrive in the Royal procession, hoping to win the big race for the first time with her own horse, Estimate.

    Royal Ascot: 2.30, 3.05, 3.45, 4.25, 5.00 and 5.35.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and team share the early news on Gold Cup day at Royal Ascot. It's also Ladies Day, with all the attendant fun and fashion that has graced this Royal occasion for over three centuries.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    Another chance to see the top-quality action from Day Two of Royal Ascot, with the Prince of Wales's Stakes and the Royal Hunt Cup the pick of a great day's racing.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present all the pageantry, tradition and top-quality racing from Day 2 of the Royal meeting.

    Today's highlight is the 150th anniversary running of the Prince of Wales' Stakes, plus all the sights and sounds of this fashion spectacular.

    Royal Ascot: 2.30, 3.05, 3.45, 4.25, 5.00 and 5.35.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team preview Day 2 of the Royal meeting. Plus, a look at all the glamour and prestige of this unique week in the sporting calendar.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot Highlights

    Highlights of Day One of Royal Ascot, with no fewer than three Group One races to kick-off the meeting.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Royal Ascot: Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck present Day 1 of the Royal meeting.

    And what a start it is, with three Group 1 contests to kick off the best week's racing in the world. It begins with the Queen Anne Stakes, won last year by the mighty Frankel and this year featuring the American superstar Animal Kingdom.

    For the first time ever, all six races are broadcast live on Channel 4 every day. Royal Ascot: 2.30, 3.05, 3.45, 4.25, 5.00 and 5.35.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer, Rishi Persad, Mick Fitzgerald and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests present all the news, features, betting and tips ahead of the first day of Royal Ascot - the richest and most prestigious week's racing in the world.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck introduces a top day's racing from York, where the feature is the £100,000 Sprint Trophy (3.50pm).

    York: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Sandown Park: 1.50, 2.20 and 2.55. Musselburgh: 3.30.

    Presenters: Nick Luck and Rishi Persad. Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and Rishi Persad have all the news, betting and tips ahead of the racing from York, Sandown Park and Musselburgh - as well as a look forward to the royal meeting at Ascot.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Rishi Persad and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Haydock Park to present an exciting and varied day's racing, with action also coming from Newmarket.

    Haydock Park: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Presenter: Rishi Persad. Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Mick Fitzgerald, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Rishi Persad and guests Graham Cunningham and Mick Fitzgerald are at Haydock Park to bring all the news, features, betting latest and tips ahead of a quality day's racing.

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    Derby Highlights

    Rishi Persad brings viewers another chance to see all the action and reaction from the Investec Derby, the richest and most significant race in Britain. Also, highlights of the previous day's fillies Classic, The Oaks.

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    The Investec Derby

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are on Epsom Downs to bring viewers all the excitement, glamour and drama of Derby Day. Over 125,000 people will crowd around the natural amphitheatre of this unique racecourse as Europe's best young thoroughbreds sweep around Tattenham Corner to try to add their name to a roll of honour which began in 1780.

    Can Dawn Approach for Ireland's Jim Bolger do what his sire New Approach did in 2008 - take the richest prize in British racing - and secure his place in history?

    Epsom: 1.35, 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and The Investec Derby at 4.00pm.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Rishi Persad, Emma Spencer and Mick Fitzgerald. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests are at Epsom bringing viewers all the latest news, features, betting and tips ahead of the Investec Derby - the richest and most prestigious classic race in the calendar.

    The programme features all the main players and previews the chances of the top contenders for first prize - over £750,000 and a place in racing history.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck report from Epsom to bring you all the excitement and action on the first day of the Derby meeting.

    The event features the fillies' Classic, The Oaks (4.00pm), also run over one mile and four furlongs of this unique racing landscape. All-conquering Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien has already won this race four times, and seeks to take it again with Moth, favourite for the day following her third in the 1000 Guineas.

    Epsom: 1.35, 2.10, 2.45, 3.20 and 4.00.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporters: Rishi Persad and Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald, Tanya Stevenson and Brian Gleeson.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Haydock Park, where the big race is the Group 2 sprint, the Temple Stakes (3.50pm). There is also top quality action from Goodwood and York.

    Haydock Park: 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Goodwood: 2.05 and 3.35. York: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck, and guests Jim McGrath and Graham Cunningham, report from Haydock Park with all the news, features, betting latest and tips ahead of a busy day's racing - as well as looking ahead to the Derby and Oaks at Epsom.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding is at Newbury to bring you all the action on a top day's racing which features the Lockinge Stakes (3.50) - one of Europe's leading Mile races for older horses. Plus, coverage from Newmarket.

    Newbury: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Newmarket: 2.20, 2.55 and 3.30.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald, and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Clare Balding and Rishi Persad have all the news, features and tips ahead of a big day's racing from Newbury and Newmarket, which features the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury - the Group One Mile race won for the last two years by the great Frankel.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 team present all the action from the final day of York's Dante Festival, which features the £140,000 Yorkshire Cup for the top staying horses. Last year the prize was taken by Red Cadeaux, who has gone on to huge globetrotting success for the Ed Dunlop stable.

    York: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15. Newbury: 2.00.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck is on the Knavesmire to present day two of York's Dante Festival, which features the Dante Stakes (2.45pm), a race which has been the most informative Derby trial so many times in recent years. Nine horses have completed the Dante/Derby double, with the last being Authorized in 2007.

    York: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15. Salisbury: 2.00. Presenter: Nick Luck.

    Reporters: Emma Spencer and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck introduces day one of York's important three-day Dante Festival, featuring the Musidora Stakes (2.45pm), an important trial for the Oaks, and the Group 2 sprint The Duke of York Stakes (3.15pm).

    York: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporters: Emma Spencer and Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and Rishi Persad lead the Channel 4 team on a busy day of action with top flat racing from Ascot, two important hurdles races from Haydock Park, and the Derby and Oaks trials from Lingfield Park.

    Ascot: 2.05, 2.40, 3.15 and 3.50. Haydock Park: 1.50 and 3.30. Lingfield Park: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Presenters: Nick Luck and Rishi Persad. Reporter: Gina Bryce. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Graham Cunningham, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and guests look ahead to busy day's racing with all the news, features and tips for cards at Ascot, Haydock Park and the two big Classic trials at Lingfield Park.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    It's the final day of the Chester May festival and Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 team with coverage that includes the Dee Stakes (2.15), another important trial for the Derby. The last horse to win this trial and go on to greatness in the Epsom Classic was Kris Kin 10 years ago, while Oath did the same double in 1999.

    Chester: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at the picturesque Chester course for day two of the May festival. Plus, coverage from Goodwood.

    The action features the Chester Vase (2.45pm), a renowned trail for the Derby that has been won in the past by top colts such as Henbit, Old Vic and the great Shergar.

    Chester: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15. Goodwood: 2.30.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck is on the famous tight Roodee course in Chester to bring you all the action, fun and form for the first day of the Cheshire course's popular May festival.

    Featuring the Chester Cup (2.45pm) - one of the great long-distance handicaps of the flat season, which has been won by top jumps trainer Donald McCain for the last two years.

    Chester: 1.45, 2.15, 2.45 and 3.15.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Rishi Persad. Commentary and analysis: Richard Hoiles, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tom Lee.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Featuring the 200th running of the first fillies classic of the season, the 1000 Guineas (3.50pm). Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 team at Newmarket, in a programme that also includes coverage from Salisbury.

    Can the great Sir Henry Cecil can land the race for a magnificent seventh time with Hot Snap, impressive winner of her trial in the Nell Gwyn Stakes?

    Newmarket: 2.05, 2.35, 3.10 and 3.50. Salisbury: 2.20.

    Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

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    Channel 4 Racing

    Clare Balding and Nick Luck are on the famous Rowley Mile at Newmarket to bring you all the action and drama of the first Classic of the flat season - the 2000 Guineas (3.50pm). Plus, coverage from Goodwood.

    Can Jim Bolger's Dawn Approach add his name to a hall of fame that stretches back for over 200 years?

    Newmarket: 2.05, 2.35, 3.10 and 3.50. Goodwood: 2.20 and 2.55.

    Presenters: Clare Balding and Nick Luck. Reporter: Emma Spencer. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Graham Cunningham and Tanya Stevenson.

  • The Morning Line

    The Morning Line

    Nick Luck and the Channel 4 Racing team are at Newmarket to bring all the build-up, news, betting and tips ahead of the 2000 Guineas, the first Classic of the season.

  • Channel 4 Racing

    Channel 4 Racing

    Nick Luck leads the Channel 4 Racing team on an afternoon of top-quality flat racing from Sandown Park.

    Sandown Park: 1.40, 2.10, 2.45 and 3.15. Presenter: Nick Luck. Reporter: Alice Plunkett. Commentary and analysis: Simon Holt, Jim McGrath, Mick Fitzgerald and Tanya Stevenson.

  • A Racing Portrait: For the Love

    A Racing Portrait: For the Love

    In 2011, Sam Waley-Cohen became the first amateur jockey for 30 years to win the Gold Cup. This cinematic documentary tells the story of how the amateur became the champion.

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