Aidan O’Brien will not be able to saddle his runners in person for 14 days after breaching Irish racing’s Covid-19 protocols.
California-based jockey Flavien Prat, three-time leading rider at Del Mar, is the latest high-profile US rider to test positive for coronavirus.
Maximum Security’s jockey Luis Saez was taken off his mounts at Keeneland after being informed of a positive test for coronavirus.
Thoroughbred racing returned in New Zealand on Saturday following a coronavirus-induced hiatus of 84 days with an 11-race programme at Pukekohe Park.
Catch up on developments around the racing world as the sport gets back on its feet after the coronavirus shutdown.
Trainer Jorge Duarte is back at the helm of his New Jersey barn after being hospitalised with coronavirus.
2020 is not the first time Royal Ascot will be a little bit different – in its history it’s been affected by World Wars, industrial strife, royal deaths and foot and mouth.
South Africa’s racing authority has announced that horse racing will resume on Monday June 1 on a behind-closed-doors basis.