Monthly Archives: February 2016
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of February 2016 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Sam Twiston-Davies has cleared up any debate over some of the tough choices he had to make ahead of the… Read More
The Rose Dobbin trained Jonniesofa looks set to take his chance in the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham, following his impressive success at Haydock Park earlier this month.
Rocking Blues’ victory in Saturday’s Eider Chase gave Dobbins her biggest… Read More
Connections of Ballydine have yet to decide whether to go for the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham next month or wait for Aintree.
Ballydine has been considered a leading contender for the Albert Bartlett since pushing the unbeaten Barters… Read More
The big race on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival is the Stan James Champion Hurdle over two miles and 87 yards.
It is four years since Rock On Ruby became the last English-trained winner of this contest and… Read More
Mendip Express is set to take his chance in next month’s St James’s Place Foxhunter Chase at the Cheltenham Festival after he dramatically got up to land an incident-packed totetrifecta Foxhunter Trial at Fontwell Park.
Despite putting in a… Read More
An array of equine talent was on show in the traditional post-racing gallops at Leopardstown on Sunday, with Davy Russell emerging as a potential partner for Don Cossack in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Owners Gigginstown House Stud have plenty of… Read More
Aspen Colorado was put through his paces but won readily enough to make it two from two as he landed the TRM Excellence In Equine Nutrition (ProAm) INH Flat Race over two miles at Leopardstown this afternoon.
This was the… Read More
The intrinsic link between horse racing and the Suffolk town of Newmarket is everywhere you walk and undeniable.
The fortunes of both have been intertwined for centuries and time… Read More