Prolific mare Missy Tata will miss the remainder of the campaign after suffering a suspensory injury.
The Gordon Elliott-trained five-year-old is unbeaten in her last five starts, most recently running away with a Listed prize at Limerick over the festive… Read More
Slowmotion opened her account over fences in the Rushes Supervalu & Lemongrass Restaurant European Breeders Fund Mares Beginners Chase at Naas.
Joseph O’Brien’s Grade Two-winning hurdler only made it as far as the first fence on her chasing debut at… Read More
Death Duty’s winning run continued as Augusta Kate crashed out when holding every chance at the last, in the… Read More
Some Plan put in a clean round of jumping and ran out an impressive winner, as American Tom’s Cheltenham credentials crashed in the Irish Stallion Farms… Read More
County Cork trainer Mary Louise Hallahan is looking forward to the spring as she prepares her progressive chaser Kansas City Chief for some of the biggest prizes on the calendar.
The Boylesports Irish Grand National is now the most valuable… Read More
A change of direction is expected to bring out the best in the highly-regarded American Tom at Naas on Sunday.
The Willie Mullins-trained six-year-old arrived from France with a big reputation in 2015, but was a slightly fortuitous winner on… Read More
Death Duty bids to enhance his Cheltenham Festival claims in the Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle at Naas on Sunday.
Successful in the point-to-point sphere and the winner of two bumpers, the Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding has rattled off three successive… Read More
The first Grade 1 of 2017 in Ireland takes place at Naas on Sunday, with the Lawlor’s Hotel Novice Hurdle over 2 ½ miles.
Bel Ami De Sivola showed raw promise when placing in two novice hurdle races in… Read More