Monthly Archives: April 2015
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of April 2015 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Friday at the Punchestown Festival sees two Grade 1 contests as the top class racing continues with its penultimate day.
The Grade 1 Punchestown Champion Hurdle over 2 miles has often been a race that brings together intriguing clashes and… Read More
At prohibitive odds Un De Sceaux made relatively light work of his rivals but was far from flamboyant in winning the Grade 1 Ryanair Novice Chase over 2 miles… Read More
The class once again came to the fore as Jezki got first run to beat his old foe Hurricane Fly in a memorable… Read More
Racing UK (Sky 432/Virgin 536/UPC 411/Freeview 231) is the only place to see the 2015 US Triple Crown in its entirety – starting with the 141st Kentucky Derby on Saturday.
America’s most famous thoroughbred horse race, the Kentucky Derby, is… Read More
Bryan Cooper, ambassador for Racing FX, who provide foreign exchange and payment services to the equine and sports industries, give his thoughts on tomorrow’s rides at Punchestown.
After waiting and debating all winter, the first colts’ Classic of 2015 gets underway over the Rowley Mile at Newmarket on Saturday, with a false rail and new stalls position aimed at preventing the field from splitting, to produce a… Read More
British Champion Trainer Richard Hannon goes head-to-head with his Irish counterpart, Aidan O’Brien, when he saddles four runners – Estidkhaar, Ivawood, Kool Kompany and Moheet – in the Group 1 QIPCO 2000… Read More
Champers on Ice the top priced lot at this year’s Brightwells Cheltenham Festival Sale, duly lived up to his name and price when showing his class to win the bumper at Punchestown Festival last night for his new owners Professor… Read More