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Mullins favourite to win all four Grade 1s on Sunday

Wed, 04 Feb 15 10:56

Paddy Power have priced up all four Grade 1s on Hennessy Gold Cup day at Leopardstown on Sunday and they reckon Willie Mullins is in for yet another sensational Sunday.

Mullins ponders prep run for Champion favourite Faugheen

Wed, 04 Feb 15 10:41

FAUGHEEN, the unbeaten Stan James Champion Hurdle favourite, may be seen out again before the Cheltenham Festival next month with trainer Willie Mullins toying with the idea of giving his star hurdler another run.

Champagne West out for rest of the season with injury

Wed, 04 Feb 15 09:53

CHAMPAGNE WEST, one of the season's leading novice chasers, will not race again this term after sustaining a hock injury when falling at Sandown on Saturday.

Nicholls keen on Calipto chance in Betfair Hurdle

Wed, 04 Feb 15 07:45

PAUL NICHOLLS believes Calipto has the right credentials to capture the Betfair Hurdle at Newbury to continue the trainer's remarkable run of big Saturday winners.

Swan in action at buoyant Tatts Ireland sale

Tue, 03 Feb 15 20:20

AFTER producing a top price of €65,000 and its strongest set of returns since 2008, the February National Hunt Sale got the year off to a bright start at Tattersalls Ireland yesterday when Charlie Swan made his presence felt for one of the most soug

Lord Windermere and On His Own set for Hennessy clash

Tue, 03 Feb 15 13:37

LORD WINDERMERE and On His Own, who were separated by a short head when first and second respectively in the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup last year, are among nine acceptors for the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Sunday.

Festival calls the shots in Power top 20

Tue, 03 Feb 15 12:00

FOR those who think the Cheltenham Festival dominates the news through the winter months to an overwhelming extent, Paddy Power have suggested there is good reason, with the release of their top 20 races by turnover in 2014.

Stewart: Saphir is more like Halo than Big Buck's

Mon, 26 Jan 15 06:56

OWNER Andy Stewart on Sunday said Saturday’s Cleeve Hurdle winner Saphir Du Rheu was more like the consistent Celestial Halo than the brilliant Big Buck’s.

Leopardstown: Fly fries rivals to win fifth Irish Champion

Sun, 25 Jan 15 14:50

HURRICANE FLY won a fifth Irish Champion Hurdle, coming from behind with a tenacious display of the class and heart that has helped him amass 22 wins at the highest level.

Leopardstown: Super Sceaux evens for Racing Post Arkle

Sun, 25 Jan 15 13:43

RACING POST ARKLE favourite Un De Sceaux trounced his two rivals Clarcam and Gilgamboa with a breath-taking performance at Leopardstown.

Dual Grade 1-winner Walkon to be retired

Sun, 25 Jan 15 13:13

WALKON, a two-time Grade 1 winner over hurdles, is set to be retired after pulling up at Cheltenham on Saturday.

Soft ground 'ideal but not essential' for Many Clouds

Sun, 25 Jan 15 12:04

OLIVER SHERWOOD was on Sunday hoping for a soft-ground Cheltenham Gold Cup in March as he pointed the way to the festival feature for impressive Trials day winner Many Clouds.

Sprinter Sacre 'fine and more to come at Cheltenham'

Sun, 18 Jan 15 10:55

SPRINTER SACRE, who returned from more than a year off to finish second in Saturday's Clarence House Chase, will head straight to Cheltenham where he has a realistic chance of regaining his Champion Chase crown, Nicky Henderson said on Sunday.

Charlie Swan makes shock retirement decision

Wed, 14 Jan 15 19:15

IN A decision that will send ripples of shock and unease through the Irish racing world, Charlie Swan has announced his retirement from training, effective from the end of this month.

Punters give thumbs up to Chelmsford City debut

Sun, 11 Jan 15 18:35

RACEGOERS at the debut meeting of the new Chelmsford City racecourse gave a largely positive reaction to the Essex venue, which opened its gates for the first time in its new guise on Sunday.

Naas: Tell Us More downed by 33-1 stablemate McKinley

Sun, 04 Jan 15 13:34

TELL US MORE led everywhere except the last 25 yards as his 100 per cent record bit the dust when 33-1 stablemate McKinley steamed past to win with Free Expression a close third.

Naas: Sizing Granite grinds out victory under Burke

Sun, 04 Jan 15 13:05

JONATHAN BURKE, who has gone from strength to strength since being appointed number one rider to Sizing Europe's owners, partnered another winner for Alan and Ann Potts when Sizing Granite got his chasing career back on track at Naas on Sunday.

O'Brien honoured for 'incredible Derby achievement'

Sun, 04 Jan 15 11:07

AIDAN O'BRIEN, who made history by becoming the first trainer to win the Derby three years in a row last summer, has been honoured by the Turf Club for his record-breaking achievement.

Fry aiming to crack the Tolworth with Jolly's

Fri, 02 Jan 15 10:45

THE ongoing issue of small fields in jump racing has again been thrust into the spotlight, with only four runners declared for the highlight of tomorrow's racing, the Grade 1 32Red Tolworth Hurdle.

Cheltenham: Rock On Ruby 14-1 to make festival history

Thu, 01 Jan 15 15:08

ROCK ON RUBY has been cut to a best priced 14-1 to become the first Champion Hurdle winner in over 50 years to also land the Ladbroke World Hurdle after giving favourite Vaniteux weight and a comprehensive beating.

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