International Hurdle could be The New One’s swansong

The New One could sign off a glittering career in the Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham on Saturday.

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Castlegrace Paddy shines in Hilly Way Chase win at Cork

Castlegrace Paddy took full advantage of the early exit of Great Field to run out a most impressive winner of the Kerry Group Hilly Way Chase at Cork.

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Three-time Champion Hurdle runner-up My Tent Or Yours retired

One of the most popular hurdlers of recent years, has been retired.

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Min bravely battles to John Durkan victory

Min showed admirable battling qualities to make a winning return to action in the John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase at the Naas track.

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Racing goes ahead at Musselburgh after horse deaths

The British Horseracing Authority carried out an inspection after Monday’s incidents.

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New beginnings for the ‘Voice of Ireland’ O’Brien

While he didn’t know himself until quite recently that he would be involved in the newly-branded Racing TV, it was an absolute no-brainer that the man christened ...

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French-recruit adds more Grand National options for Gordon Elliott

Last season's Randox Health Grand National hero Tiger Roll is set to lead a formidable team into battle for Gordon Elliott as the trainer eyes a third victory in ...

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Lester Piggott to remain in hospital 'as a precautionary measure'

"He's in good shape considering he's been abusing his body since he was 16."

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‘I’m always talking about rhythm and balance, you must have both’, says jockey coach Warren O’Connor

The concept of jockey coaching is very new in racing, even if riders have invariably had someone they trusted for feedback.

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Early-morning greyhound races being introduced to Ireland

Racegoers will have to be up at the crack of dawn, quite literally.

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Tom George: Summerville Boy deserves crack at the best

Tom George believes Summerville Boy deserves a crack at the best two-mile hurdlers after his exploits last season and he gets the chance straight away in Saturday’s ...

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Troytown delight for Noel Meade

Tout Est Permis captured the €100,000 Ladbrokes Troytown Handicap Chase for local trainer Noel Meade, stable-jockey Sean Flanagan, and Gigginstown House Stud ...

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John Moloney: The man who transformed Ballybrit

During his years as manager of Galway Racecourse, John Moloney pitched the Ballybrit venue into a realm of its own.

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Cathal Landers: To be doing what I love — it’s not work to me. I love this

Off the beaten track It took the impending birth of his son and a sense of responsibility to his new family to focus Cathal Landers’ mind at last.

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Samcro '50-50' to run in Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown

Samcro's participation in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday was described by trainer Gordon Elliott as "50-50'' on Saturday afternoon.

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I’d Rather Be with him than against him

To be, or not to be, that is indeed the question. It seems safe to assume Billy Shakespeare wasn’t thinking about the 2018 renewal of the BetVictor Gold Cup, ...

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Camilla Sharples on the road again... just for the love of it

The inverted snobs that see racing as cigars, champagne and prawn cocktails could do with spending some time in a training yard.

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Gordon Elliott hoping for rain as he mulls Samcro outing

Gordon Elliott is hoping there is enough rain to enable him to run Samcro in the Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown on Sunday.

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Alpha Centauri heads HRI Horse of the Year nominees

Superstar filly Alpha Centauri is amongst the four nominees for the Horse of the Year, one of the prestigious awards to be presented at the annual HRI event, which ...

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Apple’s Jade back in some style

Apple’s Jade completed back-to-back victories in the Grade 2 Lismullen Hurdle in Navan yesterday, making all to triumph impressively by eleven lengths from ...

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