The Saturday night takeaway – all you need from Riyadh with reaction, plans, videos, pics and the best of the tweets.
Michael Curran was found dead in a Newmarket flat owned by Darryll Holland, days after driving the jockey to Heathrow Airport.
French Derby winner Mishriff will return to Riyadh next month for the world’s richest race, the $20 million Saudi Cup.
Darain, who cost 3.5 million guineas at auction, has been declared to run in a $40,000 optional claimer over 1m1f on turf.
The John Gosden-trained Mishriff is likely to be one of the favourites for the world’s richest horse race in which he will be ridden by David Egan.
Sir Michael Stoute’s lightly raced colt has had a wind operation since last outing.
Star Japanese mare Deirdre is set to be retired after running in Friday’s Bahrain International Trophy under new jockey Hollie Doyle.
John Gosden has three candidates in mind for next month’s Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland, namely Lord North plus the fillies Terebellum and Mehdaayih.