The Punchestown Champion Hurdle is a Grade 1 race for horses aged 4-years-old and over. The national hunt race involves a trip of 2 miles and there are nine hurdles to be negotiated along the way.
The Betway Bowl Chase is a Grade 1 handicap run over 3 miles and 210 yards and is the highlight of day one at the Aintree Festival on Thursday, 6 April 2017.
Trainer Paul Nicholls has opened the new jumps season with a treble win, yesterday at Cheltenham El Bandit took the opening honour for Nicholls followed closely by Marracudja. This got …Read More
As the new jumps season starts, we head back to the West Country and glorious Cheltenham to start off with a bang. The Irish trainers love Cheltenham and the course …Read More
Today there is a huge amount of racing on around the country, in Ireland and Internationally but all eyes will surely be on Royal ascot for Champions Day. Kicking off …Read More
As we head to the back end of the flat season, all eyes turn back to Royal Ascot where they unveil another fantastic weekend of racing. Aidan O’Brien is by …Read More
Sir Michael Stoute’s Dubka is all set to seal her rise in the horse racing world later today in the 3.40 at Bath in the British Stallion Studs EBF Beckford …Read More
Andrew Balding’s South Seas is vying to win the Group 1 Dubai Dewhurst Stakes which runs at 3.30 this afternoon. With three runs and three wins under their belts, South …Read More
Aidan O’Brien has two runners in the Dubai Fillies Mile at Newmarket today at 3.10. Between the two they have won this race six times in the last nine years …Read More
In the largest ever rollover the Tote has ever had, today it is expected to reach €1 Million for the first time in the Irish Tote history. All eyes will …Read More