The Curragh on the final weekend of June is often the setting for revenge, an opportunity of Classic glory and the chance of affirmation of brilliance.
The Irish Derby often brings together the main principles from its Epsom counterpart earlier… Read More
In recent years the Investec Derby has at times seemed to be monopolised by Irish-trained winners and runners. Of course that was not always the… Read More
The Irish Champion Stakes is the highlight on the opening day of Irish Champions’ Weekend and in its 40 years (first run as the Joe McGrath Memorial Stakes), has produced many outstanding winners.
However, unique on a very special roll… Read More
Henry de Bromhead’s classy performer Days Hotel heads 16 possibles for the Bar One Racing Dan Moore Memorial Handicap Chase at Fairyhouse on Sunday following the five-day confirmation stage.
Days Hotel, whose last… Read More
Nominations are… Read More
Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Don Cossack remains on course for a possible return to competitive action in February.
The Gigginstown House Stud-owned 10-year-old was a brilliant winner of the blue… Read More
Eddie Harty is in no rush to finalise future plans for stable star Coney Island.
The six-year-old was an impressive winner of… Read More
David Mullins was most impressed with the performance of Some Plan at Naas on Sunday and told Racing FX that the Arkle Trophy could now be… Read More