A Newmarket jockey is in intensive care after he was involved in a serious fall yesterday.Read the full story ›
The Queen is to unveil a statue of herself with thoroughbred horses and open a horse racing heritage centre when she visits Newmarket.Read the full story ›
Millions of pounds are being bid at Newmarket's annual auction of young racehorses.Read the full story ›
Double Olympic cycling champion Victoria Pendleton has won her first race as a jockey on board Pacha Du Polder at Wincanton today.Read the full story ›
The world's most travelled racehorse, trained in Newmarket, has been retired after his failed bid to win Australia's richest race at the fifth attempt.
Red Cadeaux suffered a serious leg injury and failed to finish the Melbourne Cup overnight.
His trainer, Ed Dunlop, said his injury wasn't life threatening but added that he would not race again.
Red Cadeaux's stablemate 'Trip to Paris' finished fourth on his Melbourne Cup debut, while Michelle Payne on board 'Prince of Penzance', became the first female jockey to win the race.
John Gosden pleased with colt's progress after fifth straight win.Read the full story ›
For years we've seen athletes getting ever faster but now a study has shown that contrary to what experts had thought - the speeds achieved by racehorses have also been increasing.
Scientists looked at more than 600,000 race times to compare the speeds since the mid 1800s.
Scientists are not sure whether the quickening pace, largely driven by sprinters, is due to breeding, better training, jockey tactics, or a combination of factors.
More recent data from 1997-2012 confirms that the finish line is not in sight yet. Improvements in performance are still on-going, despite heavier handicap weights.
Click below to watch a report from the home of horse-racing, Newmarket, by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
A skeleton of a horse has been uncovered in Newmarket that could be one of Britain's most successful thoroughbreds. The bones were discovered during excavations of the former royal stables in the town.
Historians hope they're those of Dr Syntax, the most famous racehorse of the 19th century. Archaeologists are assessing the remains to try and find out more.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer
Four foals from Frankel are set to be auctioned in Newmarket today, but why was their father such a special racehorse?Read the full story ›
Four foals from the world's best racehorse will be auctioned at Newmarket today.
They were sired by Frankel, the thoroughbred who won all 14 of his races throughout his career.
Due to their pedigree the horses could sell for up to a £1million at Tattersalls later today.
"He was the greatest racehorse we've ever or will ever see, so the arrival of his first babies on the scene is incredibly exciting."