Monthly Archives: February 2014
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of February 2014 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
The popular Captain Chris absolutely routed his rivals in this afternoon’s Betfair Ascot Chase. Given conditions, Philip Hobbs’s 10 year old was… Read More
Gowran Park is set to stage one of its biggest day’s racing of the year on Saturday; but the prospect of further rain has forced the racecourse into an 8am inspection to determine that racing can go ahead.
The winter’s weather has done its worst to disrupt the racing fixtures but happily Saturday’s main meetings are set to go ahead with… Read More
It is not very often that a Gold Cup winner runs at Kelso but the Scottish crowd were treated to the rare site this afternoon as Long… Read More
A number of trainers will be hoping that Saturday’s Ascot card goes ahead after the horrendous last few weeks… Read More
For some the hopes and dreams of Grand National glory just got a step closer, while for others, there will be much consternation and gnashing of teeth as the weights have been officially unveiled for the 2014 Crabbie’s Grand National… Read More
The Cheltenham Festival is always keenly awaited and the highlight of the opening day since 1980 has been… Read More
The promise Last Instalment showed as a novice chaser was finally converted into achievement after a scintillating performance in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown this afternoon.
As Roi Du Mee lead from the off, Last Instalment’s jumping took him… Read More