News stories which have appeared on the website are available free of charge but stories which have appeared in the newspaper are only available when you join Members' Club. *NOTE: The archive runs from January 1, 2006 to present

Racing update teaser pic

Bell newcomer Biskit cut to start career with a win

THE Michael Bell-trained Riskit Fora Biskit has been cut to make a winning start to her career at Lingfield.

William Hill make Hayley Turner's mount 5-6 (from 9-4) for the 6f maiden at 3.05.

Victory would provide a boost to Newmarket trainer Bell, who has had just one winner from 14 Flat runners this year.

Turner could also be smiling after riding Actonetaketwo in the 4.40, a 7f handicap.

Trained by Ron Hodges, she is 8-1 (from 11) with Hills, who have moved Pliny to 12-1 (from 28) for Ludlow's conditional jockeys' handicap chase (4.15).

Deciding Moment runs for Ben de Haan in the track's final race at 5.20 and Hills go 3-1 (from 9-2) about him winning.

Master Flat trainer Aidan O'Brien has his first jumps runners for more than eight years and the betting suggests he could return with a winner.

Eqyptian Warrior is 5-4 with Paddy Power to win Punchestown's bumper at 4.45, while stablemate Shield is 7-1 for the same race.

News Archive