AstrologerLara Wells, pictured, who begins a new column in The Journal on Monday, has consulted the stars to come up with the winner of today's Northumberland Plate.
A riot of colour and style descended on Newcastle Racecourse last night for Ladies Day at the Northumberland Plate race meeting.
A racecourse manager has reassured fans they will be able to watch World Cup matches.
Knowledge i.t will be celebrating its silver anniversary with clients in style at Newcastle Racecourse on June 29.
Doug Moscrop, who retired last week after more than four decades as The Journal's racing editor, concludes his racing memoirs.
While Clouding Over has only a novices' handicap hurdle at Catterick to her credit so far, it will be surprising if she doesn't add to her tally over fences this winter.
Crosspeace can gain a much-deserved success at Doncaster tomorrow in the totesport November Stakes, the last major race of the 2005 Flat turf season.
Whether or not Royal Dignitary takes high rank among the season's handicappers remains to be seen, but he is in the right hands and can get back on track with victory in the TSG Seaton Delaval Trophy on the opening day of the Northumberland Plate Festival.
Hats have always sold well at Fenwick, says Iwona Oleksik, fashion and hat buyer for the Newcastle store's French Salon.
Hats by Pip Hackett and Peter Bettley are "walking out" of the door at Debenhams in Gateshead.
Howard Johnson, Andrea and Graham Wylie and Graham Lee took the first four day Cheltenham festival meeting by storm, collecting a championship event on each of the first three days.
BrianEllison is heading home to Tyneside to try to win the race that matters most to Geordies - the John Smith's Northumberland Plate.
The dust has barely settled on last weekend's Guineas meeting, but there is no time to take a break as the Classic conundrum continues tomorrow with the start of Chester's May meeting.