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The best selection of video and Postcasts from RPTV

Irish 1000 Guineas: Rehana 

Mick Halford gives us all the latest news on his Irish 1,000 Guineas hope

 

Investec Derby: Best Of Days 

Hugo Palmer on his Classic hope Best Of days

Investec Derby: Godolphin 

Racing manager John Ferguson on Godolphin's plans for the Derby

On The Gallops: 24-05-17 

Newmarket correspondent David Milnes on who's been impressing on the gallops

 

Investec Oaks: Horseplay 

Connections of the Oaks contender look ahead to the big day at Epsom 

Irish 2000 Guineas: Irishcorrespondent   

Mick Halford gives us his views on Irishcorrespondent ahead of Saturday's Irish 2,000 Guineas

Investec Oaks: Vintage Folly 

Hugo Palmer is hoping for the best from his Musidora second at Epsom

  

Investec Derby: Cracksman

Derby-winning trainer John Gosden looks forward to running Cracksman in this year's race.

 

Investec Derby: Eminent

This son of Frankel was the buzz horse at Epsom, following an impressive workout at Breakfast with the Stars.

Brigadier Gerard Stakes: So Mi Dar  

John Gosden with the latest on So Mi Dar, who is set to reappear at Sandown on Thursday.

Investec Oaks: Enable & Coronet

Oaks-winning trainer John Gosden on his two contender for this year's race, Enable and Coronet.

 

Behind the scenes at Manton

Take a look at one of the most historic racing yards in Britain 

Game Changers: Lord Derby

Bloodstock editor Chris McGrath on Edward Stanley, the 17th Earl of Derby  and the impact he's had on the breeding industry

 

Brian Meehan stable stars

Including two heading to Goodwood this week 

Football Postcast

The team look ahead to Wednesday's Europa League final 

Game Changers: Dermot Weld

Dermot Weld has tasted success all over the world as a trainer making him one of the all time great game changers

Game Changers: Dermot Weld

 

Ten Second Tip

Tom Bull with Thursday's best bet

 

Postcast: 2017 GAA Championship

David Jennings is joined Waterford legend John Mullane, All Ireland winning Cork manager Conor Counihan and Paddy Power's Paddy Aherne