Monthly Archives: March 2019
This is all of the articles from our features, blogs and news from the month of March 2019 to see the full list of archives go to our archive page.
Trainer Jedd O’Keefe wants to see rain fall on Liverpool, before he commits his Stayers’ Hurdle runner-up Sam Spinner to the Grand National Meeting next week.… Read More
Paul Nicholls has given the green light for King George winner Clan Des Obeaux to contest the Betfred Bowl at Aintree on Thursday.
The seven year old has improved this season and… Read More
Rathlin Rose was successful again, as David Pipe saddled the first two in the Sky Sports Racing Veterans’ Handicap Chase (Leg 5 Of The Veterans Chase Series) at Ascot.
A field of ten familiar names lined-up for this race over… Read More
Burrows Saint looked a smart prospect as he saw off stable mate Robin Des Foret in a Willie Mullins one-two in the Grade Three Hugh McMahon Memorial Novice Chase at Limerick.
Six contested this race over three miles and half… Read More
Aintree welcomes back seven legendary Grand National winners to its popular Parade of Champions.
These great favourites will appear in the parade ring on all three days of the Grand National Festival, which on April 4th. The past winners will… Read More
Maximum Security dominated the Grade One Xpressbet Florida Derby, from start to finish at Gulfstream Park. A field of 11 three year-olds, lined-up for this important Kentucky Derby Trial, over 9 furlongs.
At the gates it was Maximum Security who… Read More
One of last season’s fastest juveniles, Sergei Profokiev, made a very favourable impression as he won on his racecourse return in the Listed Cork Stakes at Navan.
Aidan O’Brien’s Group 3 Cornwallis Stakes winner was settled towards the… Read More
Friday, April 5th is Ladies Day at Aintree’s Grand National Festival with a fantastic seven-race programme headlined by four Grade One contests.
The most valuable contest on Ladies Day is the JLT Chase (3.25pm, 16 entries) over two and a… Read More