Feel My Pulse shocks with Clonmel Derby victory

The script was written for Timber House to take the Derby but Feel My Pulse had other ideas, Fiona Morrissey reviews the finals [...]

Clonmel coursing finals are here

Fiona Morrissey rounds up last week's action and tells us what to expect on Sunday's big day [...]

Lavelle’s Cheltenham target for Claret Cloak

Emma Lavelle's seven-year-old charge is tackling two and a half miles for the first time next weekend as Cheltenham hosts its first meeting since April [...]

Bicycles for courses

Irish professional cyclist Nicolas Roche will race against Pat Smullen at Leopardstown to raise money for charity [...]

English contingent dominate Ballbrit’s final day

Meanwhile Davy Russell won on the Tom Mullins-trained Fosters Cross in the Lord Hemphill Memorial Handicap Chase [...]

Prince Rudi provides Nolan with feature success at Galway

The evergreen 12-year-old Prince Rudi provided the Kildare trainer with one of his biggest wins as a racehorse trainer by landing the feature €45,000 race [...]

McCoy clinches first Galway Handicap Hurdle win for boss JP

McCoy had previously won the race back in 1997 for Aidan O'Brien [...]

Noel Meade wins first Galway Plate with Road To Riches

Jockey Shane Shortall put in a magnificent ride as the front runner and didn't panic when the pack closed in on the final straight to land the €200,000 prize [...]

Tipping: High summer racing at Ascot

John Doyle gives his thoughts on the runners and riders at Ascot's King George Weekend this weekend [...]

Galway Races preview: Gordon Elliott interview

The Co. Meath trainer talks to us about why he can't wait for next week's festival [...]

Galway Festival entries for early closing races

Gordon Elliott has entered five in the Handicap Hurdle whereas Willie Mullins, still searching for his first win of the race, has just one; Pique Sous [...]

Kerry teenager Oisin Murphy on riding out his 3lb claim

Emerging horse-racing star Oisin Murphy speaks to Fiona O’Brien about his rise to fame, Epsom Derby experience, and plans for the future [...]

No hurdle too big for Winters

By Simon Clifford. One man who is no stranger to winner’s enclosure is Michael Winters, who is enjoying a tremendous season. For the second year running the Cork trainer had the winner of the Galway Hurdle, [...]

In the pursuit of excellence

By Simon Clifford. One of the shrewdest trainers in the business, Pat Flynn began his career way back in 1981. Hugely admired and well respected throughout racing in Ireland and abroad, Flynn’s yard at Ballingara, Carrick-On-Suir, [...]

The glitz and the glamour

By Simon Clifford. Royal Ascot is here and the excitement is building. I always look forward to this meeting every year as we get horses from all over the world competing. One of the big jockeys [...]

Bolger’s Royal Ascot bound

By Simon Clifford. Royal Ascot will soon be upon and one man that rarely leaves Ascot without a winner is Jim Bolger. The Irish trainer, who had the favourite for this year’s Epsom Derby in Dawn [...]

O’Brien rules the World, and Epsom

By Simon Clifford. From the ferris wheels to the roar of the bookies, you could be forgiven for thinking you were at Listowel Races in September, but it’s not Listowel, its Derby Day at Epsom Downs. [...]

French doubts over Dawn Approach

By Simon Clifford. With Epsom only a few days away it’s time to start picking out a few wagers to have at the big showpiece. The media have been trying to play down Dawn Approach as [...]

O’Brien’s spoiling for an Epsom scrap

By Simon Clifford With the Epsom Derby only a couple of weeks away, one man who is strengthening his hand every day is Aidan O’ Brien. With Dawn Approach the outright favourite for the Epsom classic, [...]

A new star is born

Racing By Simon Clifford Jim Bolger has now finally admitted that his 2000 Guineas hero Dawn Approach will now be more than likely heading to Epsom for the Investec Derby next month. The son of Bolger’s [...]

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