Cheltenham Festival Day One Champion Day

Cheltenham Festival, Day One, Champion Day

The first day of the four day 2019 Cheltenham Festival is Tuesday March 12th, and there are seven races over the Old Course from 13:30 to 17:30. The course is open to the public from 10:30.
Cheltenham Trials Day 2019 Results

Cheltenham Trials results and Festival Predictions 2019

Trials Day at Cheltenham gives horses with prospects of running at the Cheltenham Festival in March a chance to experience the course in competitive races.
Cheltenham Festival Day Four Gold Cup Day

Cheltenham Festival, Day Four, Gold Cup Day

The fourth day of the four day 2019 Cheltenham Festival is Friday March 15th, and there are seven races over the New Course from 13:30 to 17:30. The course is open to the public from 10:30.
Cheltenham Festival Day Three St. Patrick’s Day

Cheltenham Festival, Day Three, St Patrick’s Day

The third day of the four day 2019 Cheltenham Festival is Thursday March 14th, and there are seven races over the New Course from 13:30 to 17.30. The course is open to the public from 10:30.
Cheltenham Festival Day Two Ladies Day

Cheltenham Festival, Day Two, Ladies Day

The second day of the four day 2019 Cheltenham Festival is Wednesday March 13th, and there are seven races over the Old Course from 13:30 to 17:30. The course is open to the public from 10.30.
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Kempton Boxing Day Preview: King George VI Chase

The highlight of the Christmas calendar in horse racing is undoubtedly the King George VI Chase at Kempton Park on December 26.
Gordon Elliott's Memorable Year Continues

Gordon Elliott’s Memorable Year Continues with a Second Grand National Success

There was an exciting end to the 2018 Grand National at Aintree on April 14th with a photo finish declared between Tiger Roll and Pleasant Company. Judges awarded the decision in favour of Gordon Elliott’s charge, which presented the Irish trainer with his second winner in the race following the success of Silver Birch in
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Gordon Elliott’s Tiger Roll Amongst the Favourites for the 2018 Grand National

Gordon Elliott has enjoyed a memorable 2018 so far and the trainer will be hoping to continue his successful streak with a victory in the Randox Health Grand National on April 14th. Tiger Roll, who will be accompanied by experienced jockey Davy Russell has been backed into joint-favouritism this week and can be supported at
Grand National Race

Willie Mullins Expected to Dominate the 2018 Cheltenham Festival

There were a record 19 Irish winners at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival with Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott training six apiece. The Mullins yard sends a suitably strong string to Prestbury Park for the 2018 event which gets underway on March 13th. The 61-year-old made a slow start to last year’s Festival but landed a
Irish Champion Trainer Aidan

Capri Heads Aidan O’Brien’s Bid For Fifth St Leger Success

O’Brien is bidding to win the St Leger for the fifth time in his career this season. The final British Classic of the year, which will be held on August 16, sees O’Brien’s Capri as the 7/2 joint-favourite with BoyleSports for the 1m6f contest at Doncaster. The three-year-old finished sixth in the Derby at Epsom
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