My name is Phill Clarke and I am the Racing UK features cameraman and I'll be riding in the charity race at the Cheltenham Festival next month.
Phill ClarkThu 12 Feb
Hurricane flying in the face of historySat 24 Jan
In one sense, we have been here before. Irish Champion Hurdle 2007, Brave Inca v Hardy Eustace. Again.
I’ve never ridden with such confidenceWed 25 Feb
It’s Qatar’s big racing festival this week, the HH The Emir Trophies & Sword Festival, and it got off to the perfect start for me on Tuesday with a four-timer.
Can’t wait to play for Euro millionFri 3 Oct
Paul Hanagan is in flying form at the moment and has ridden six winners in the last fortnight here in the UAE.
Umgiyo can outshine Hunter’s LightWed 18 Feb
Wizard can conjure up another Meydan winWed 11 Feb
Soumillon to Waltz through MeydanWed 4 Feb
Halford can strike for Ireland in DubaiWed 28 Jan
As the Cheltenham Festival ante-post book builds it is time to turn our attentions to some of the races in which stamina is the name of the game.
Stick with Balder for Tingle SuccesFri 5 Dec
XO stats on the Hennessy Gold CupFri 28 Nov
The injuries sustained by Mark Walsh in Ireland this week are a reminder that every jumps jockey riding this weekend will have the Cheltenham Festival at the back of their minds, and be desperate to avoid the kind of fall that could see them ruled…
Moore deja vu on return to BritainFri 20 Feb
Day one Festival ante-post selectionsWed 11 Feb
Tuck in to Bob at HuntingdonWed 4 Feb
Festival media day diary part threeThu 26 Feb
Day three of the media day diary and a trip to Cheltenham was on the cards.
Festival media day diary part twoTue 24 Feb
Festival media day diary part oneMon 23 Feb
Ruby's Latest Blogs
I heard him moot retirement earlier in the year, but I didn’t believe he actually would do it. It was a shock, but not a surprise.
Un to watch out for this weekendTue 16 Dec
Aidan's Latest Blogs
Plans for the Cheltenham Festival are formulating. All Venetia’s party will take some time to sort out, but eye-catching rides include Houblon Des Obeaux in the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Emma Lavelle’s See The World in the bumper, who would have a…
On the Trail for a much needed winner!Fri 13 Feb
This is Houblon’s Gold CupFri 6 Feb
Captain's Latest Blogs
One of the major talking points from Thursday’s Dubai World Cup Carnival meeting is the extent to which the dirt track rode faster than it has ever done by good, but not outstanding, horses setting track records in three of the dirt races.
Dubai Turf no forlorn hope for CladoceraFri 20 Feb
On fire Tamarkuz lights up the CarnivalFri 13 Feb
Tanya's Latest Blogs
John Francome's account of his victory aboard Midnight Court in the 1978 Cheltenham Gold Cup hit a chord with yours truly. That year may well have been my Cheltenham Festival debut. I was not quite the grand old age of eight and in a generation that…
Editor's Latest Blogs
In an age where risk assessment and health and safety have come to the fore it is fair to say that we will never see a champion National Hunt rider like Tony McCoy again.
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