Father and son to go head-to-head for Ebor Festival opening day

Aidan and Joseph O'Brien who twice teamed up as trainer and jockey to land York's richest race, the Juddmonte International, look set to go head to head with classic ...

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Pat Smullen remains positive in cancer battle

Pat Smullen is "on to the next step" of his recovery as he continues to receive treatment for a tumour which was found earlier this year.

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Greyhound breeders critical of new rabies vaccination rules

Irish greyhound breeders say new rules regarding rabies vaccinations could cripple the industry.

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Dorma continues trend of surprise Mullins winners

Willie Mullins made it a fourth feature race success in five days at the 2018 Galway Festival and the theme of it not being the leading market fancy from the yard ...

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Mullins bandwagon just keeps rolling along in Galway

Willie Mullins has well and truly made the Galway festival his own.

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Sharjah takes today's big race in Galway for Willie Mullins

The Willie Mullins-trained Sharjah has carried top-weight to win today's feature at the Galway Races - the Guinness Galway Hurdle.

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Limini makes quick return in Guinness Handicap at Galway

Limini is back in action just four days after her comeback in the Guinness Handicap at Galway on Friday.

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Galway Plate won by Clarcam at odds of 33-1

Gordon Elliott's Clarcam has defied odds of 33-1 to run out a facile winner of thetote.com Galway Plate.

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‘No-one should feel they’re not good enough because someone won’t put them up on a horse’

In the second part of our exclusive behind the scenes look at the Jockey Pathway Programme.

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Distinct sense of déjà vu as Aubrey storms home on Uradel

Aubrey McMahon hit the headlines in 2017 when winning the Connacht Hotel Handicap, the feature on the opening day of the Galway festival, on his father’s Whiskey ...

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Watch: Ruby Walsh back in the saddle with Galway Festival win

It was Walsh's first race since re-breaking his leg four months ago at Cheltenham.

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The Colm Greaves interview: Steel behind Mullins’ sunny disposition

At 28, Patrick Mullins has already overtaken the great Ted Walsh’s haul of winners as an amateur jockey.

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The Daragh Ó Conchúir Interview: The winner’s enclosure

Horse Racing authorities have been working hard to provide support structures for established jockeys and set up a pathway for the next generation of young Irish ...

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Cian O'Connor to miss Dublin Horse Show

Cian O'Connor will not be jumping at Dublin Horse Show next month, he announced this evening.

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Justify retired due to ankle problems

Justify has been retired because of injury, connections of the undefeated American Triple Crown winner said in a statement.

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Willie Mullins hits half-century mark

Willie Mullins broke the 50-winner barrier for the season when recording a double with Masons Daughter and Pleasure Dome in Ballinrobe last night and the champion ...

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James Doyle masterclass as Sea Of Class swoops in Irish Oaks

A James Doyle masterclass aboard Sea Of Class ensured the remarkable record of overseas runners in the Darley Irish Oaks continued — and that was the theme ...

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Victory for James Doyle and Sea Of Class at Darley Irish Oaks

James Doyle timed it to perfection as he got Sea Of Class up on the line to win the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh.

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Magic Wand can make most of fast conditions in Irish Oaks

Nine the last 14 runnings of the Darley Irish Oaks have gone for export but all five which have been kept at home have been done so by trainer Aidan O’Brien, ...

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'We're ready to go again': Philip Fenton back training after three-year suspension

Fenton was punished for the possession of anabolic steroids.

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