You would have been forgiven for thinking that the hard work was done once the weekend was sorted.
Donn McClean for Irish Champions WeekendMon 28 Jul
Emirates Racing Authority should consider rule change:
Staying positive amid tough timesFri 12 Sep
Bentley goes for GoldFri 5 Sep
No hard feelings as new chapter startsThu 28 Aug
It’s been a good week. Wednesday’s deluge was unusual, but then we had a slice of normality with the now traditional Dubai World Cup eleventh hour ownership change.
Ihtimal can do what Certify could notWed 26 Feb
Royal Ascot day five pace mapsSat 21 Jun
Struggling with the draws at Royal Ascot? Don't have the time to work out who is going to go to the front? Let Proform be your guide.
Royal Ascot day four pace mapsFri 20 Jun
It’s a great weekend of racing in Britain and Ireland to look forward to, and I’m looking forward to being at Leopardstown to watch Australia win his fourth consecutive Group One in the
Sandown the perfect stage for first AktFri 29 Aug
Power up for Nunthorpe glory againThu 21 Aug
Chil out for Newbury gloryThu 14 Aug
Peter Naughton - every ThursdayFri 10 Jan
Oli Bell - every WednesdayThu 30 Jan
It’s the final day of #BeatTheBellSat 23 Aug
#BeatTheBell at York day three!Fri 22 Aug
Ruby's Latest Blogs
I’ll be back for PunchestownWed 16 Apr
Fighting fit for Punchestown:
Aidan's Latest Blogs
It looks like I am going to fall just shy of a first century as I am on the 97-winner mark at the time of writing.
Reflections on the seasonFri 18 Apr
I’m chasing Rainbow gloryFri 4 Apr
Delighted to pick up Rainbow rideFri 28 Mar
Captain's Latest Blogs
A tremendous weekend of action lies ahead for all racing fans.
Tanya's Latest Blogs
There were sighs of relief all round after Kingston Hill was a confirmed runner in the Ladbrokes St Leger on Friday. I say that, but it is a bit selfish really as I need to him to take his place in the line-up at Doncaster to keep the price of Windshear…
It’s payback time with CometWed 10 Sep
Do be a hero and Scoop6 pointersSat 30 Aug
Editor's Latest Blogs
Sole Power was 0.15 seconds faster in the final furlong than any other runner in the Nunthorpe Stakes at York on Friday, according to Turftrax.
Australia will not run in ParisThu 21 Aug
Most read this week
- I’m looking at a 50-1 left field choice for the Portland
- Champions Weekend baby steps must build foundations
- Stick with the Derby form on a mammoth day of racing
- Panther can pounce on stellar weekend of racing
- Staying positive amid tough times
- Oli Bell 20-20 interview - Ollie Fowlston
- Tiger needs a better draw in order to pounce
- Dubai should rethink Australian stewards after Cosgrave affair
18 September 2014
17 September 2014