Monthly Archives: February 2018
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of February 2018 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
The £50,000 Grade 3 Greatwood Gold Cup (2.40pm) is the highlight of a fascinating seven-race programme at Newbury on Saturday, March 3, Greatwood Charity Raceday.
Greatwood Charity Raceday provides an opportunity for racegoers to learn about Greatwood, a unique charity… Read More
It’s looking like we could be in for a frustrating week if the weather reports are anything to go by.
We are lucky that most trainers have all-weather gallops now, meaning we can still school the horses which is especially… Read More
It was another successful weekend for Tattersalls Ireland graduates with twenty-four winners at all levels across Ireland and Great Britain.
On Saturday, Derby Sale graduate King’s Walk got the… Read More
The Gordon Elliott trained HARDLINE stepped up in class at the Paddy Power Cheltenham Trials Day at Naas yesterday to make a 1-2 for Goffs Land Rover Sale in the Grade 2… Read More
Nigel Twiston-Davies has lamented the loss to the weighing room of Ryan Hatch, who has been forced to retire on medical grounds.
Hatch has been out… Read More
Willie Mullins has assembled another formidable team of 50-plus horses for next month’s Cheltenham Festival.
After seeing some of the big guns strut their stuff on the gallops on a brisk morning in County Carlow, our man Ashley Iveson was… Read More
Willie Mullins is unsure when Ruby Walsh will make his competitive return ahead of the Cheltenham Festival in a fortnight’s time.
Walsh has been sidelined since suffering a broken leg in a fall from Let’s Dance in November, but is… Read More
Champion jockey Richard Johnson reached 150 wins for the season when scoring on Looksnowtlikebrian in a novice chase at Ayr.
Tim Vaughan’s seven-year-old was all out to old Bobbie’s Diamond by three-quarters of a length after a three-horse affair soon… Read More