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
There’s been a bit of doom and gloom written about Dubai Future Champions Day and Qipco British Champions Day – and I think it’s totally unjustified.
Can’t wait to play for Euro millionFri 3 Oct
Jockey criticism is a daily occurrenceThu 18 Sep
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
The Chase horses had their spot in the limelight on Saturday with the Paddy Power Gold Cup and now it is the turn of the Hurdlers with two feature races on Sunday’s card at Cheltenham.
Avoid GB-bred horses in the Paddy PowerSat 15 Nov
Taquin may struggle in Charlie HallFri 31 Oct
Royal Ascot day five pace mapsSat 21 Jun
View looks great at CheltenhamFri 14 Nov
For as long as the Flat action on turf continues to rumble on, it never really feels like the Jumps season has quite reached full swing, but the arrival of Cheltenham’s Open Meeting and Saturday’s feature…
Tempest can bolt upFri 31 Oct
Tune into Sky at NewburyFri 24 Oct
Retirement news is shockingMon 13 Oct
Three-to-follow for the futureWed 19 Nov
Hawk can Laser rivals in the futureThu 13 Nov
More profit for the NagMe accountWed 5 Nov
Red Pike looks SmartThu 23 Oct
Man can make Magic Music on soft groundWed 15 Oct
Oli Bell talks to…Daryl JacobTue 18 Nov
Racing UK presenter Oli Bell talks this week to jockey Daryl Jacob about freelancing, Cue Card and Dessie Hughes.
National Hunt Ten to FollowMon 27 Oct
Oli Bell 20-20 interview - Jamie SnowdenWed 22 Oct
Ruby's Latest Blogs
Hurricane was brilliant at the weekendTue 18 Nov
Sunday was brilliant on Hurricane Fly in the Morgiana. He’s a winner of 20 Grade Ones now.
Ruby WalshMon 17 Nov
I’ll be back for PunchestownWed 16 Apr
Aidan's Latest Blogs
Business looks the real dealFri 21 Nov
I’m really happy with my book of five rides at Ascot on Saturday. They all have chances although it’s an extremely competitive card and I’d be delighted to come away with one winner.
No takeaways ahead of Cloudy Beach rideThu 13 Nov
Island in the Sandown mixFri 7 Nov
Captain's Latest Blogs
Angus McNae on SaturdaySat 2 Aug
Hobbs juggernaut set to roll on to AscotFri 21 Nov
Tanya's Latest Blogs
Robin can be King of PunchestownSun 16 Nov
Hoards of happy punters lined the bars at Cheltenham well after the last race on Saturday; ice buckets cooling celebratory champagne were in full view as every ledge was occupied.
Kashmir can Peak at DoncasterFri 24 Oct
Editor's Latest Blogs
Duke can run his rivals raggedSun 16 Nov
The third day of the Open meeting coincides with the Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown so Sunday might be, for some, all about the hurdlers.
Most read this week
- Oli Bell talks to…Daryl Jacob
- Hurricane was brilliant at the weekend
- Johns has the Spirit to defend Paddy Power title
- Avoid GB-bred horses in the Paddy Power
- The sun us out but it can be a Grey day at Cheltenham
- Should the basics of our sport really be castles in the sky?
- Top weight will not be burden enough for this Henderson horse
- Robin can be King of Punchestown
- Duke can run his rivals ragged
- Three-to-follow for the future
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