Monthly Archives: January 2015
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of January 2015 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
With luck the dreadful weather will relent and Musselburgh will be clear to host a compelling afternoon of racing on Sunday afternoon, it’s big Scottish Cheltenham Trials Day. There is a precautionary 8am inspection on Sunday.
The action gets… Read More
The big race on the Punchestown card on Sunday is the Grade 2 Boylesports Tied Cottage Chase over 2 miles.
Heading the six runners is Willie Mullins’ talented 8 year old Twinlight, who aside from one blemish, has been in… Read More
Wetherby beat the weather to stage a thrilling feature race as Ned Stark got the better of a stirring battle with Kaki De La Pree to win the Grade 2 Totepool Towton Novices’ Case over 3 miles and a furlong… Read More
For all of his success, Willie Mullins would not have won too many Grade 1 novice chases in England in the build-up to Cheltenham. However Gitane… Read More
Silsol gave Jack Sherwood a big race winner and a second consecutive victory in the race for Paul Nicholls, as he defied top weight in gruelling conditions to easily land the Betway Welsh Champion Hurdle over… Read More
He had to do things the hard way from the front, but Garde La Victoire once again displaed a willing attitude to repel a couple of young pretenders in… Read More
With the forecasts for cold weather threatening the prospects of Turf racing on Tuesday 3 February, the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) has programmed an additional Flat AWT fixture at Kempton Park Racecourse, in order to ensure a minimum of two… Read More
Wetherby survived a Friday afternoon inspection with conditions improving, but must still pass another Saturday morning inspection before the meeting can go ahead.
The big race on the card is the Grade 2 Totepool Towton Novices’ Chase over 3 miles… Read More