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  • More Than Sacred dominates NZ Oaks

    More Than Sacred gave Cambridge trainers Tony Pike and Mark Donoghue their second classic of the New Zealand season with a commanding victory in the New Zealand Oaks. The filly settled close to the pace for jockey Leith Innes and relished the 2400m at Trentham, racing clear in the straight […]

  • Bobs Worth delivers in Gold Cup

    Bobs Worth justified favouritism to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday and give trainer Nicky Henderson his 50th career win at the Cheltenham Festival. Ridden by Barry Geraghty he came home seven lengths clear of Irish challenger Sir Des Champs while 2011 champion, Long Run, also trained by Henderson, […]

  • Jockey seriously injured at Cheltenham

    Irish jockey JT McNamara was airlifted to hospital with a serious neck injury after a fall at the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday. Dr Adrian McGoldrick, chief medical officer of the Irish Turf Club, said the 37-year-old amateur jockey was placed in a medically-induced coma and taken by helicopter to Frenchay […]

  • Gray confident of High Fashion’s stamina

    Kevin Gray has no doubt that favourite High Fashion can stay the 2400m of the New Zealand Oaks at Trentham and give him his third Oaks victory. The New Zealand Oaks has a slightly disappointing look to it as it is missing the country’s best fillies Habibi and Fix after […]

  • Solwhit on top of the World at Cheltenham

    Irish raider Solwhit benefited from the absence of the injured four-time winner Big Buck’s to win the World Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. Solwhit was given a brilliant ride by Paul Carberry, especially as the jockey had been in doubt on race morning after taking a heavy fall on Wednesday. […]

  • Sprinter Sacre wins at Cheltenham

    Sprinter Sacre confirmed his status as the Frankel of jump racing when he strolled to victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. The seven year-old gelding, trained by veteran English handler Nicky Henderson, recorded his eighth win in eight starts over fences as he came home […]

  • Hurricane Fly regains Champion Hurdle

    Irish raider Hurricane Fly became only the second horse to regain his Champion Hurdle crown when he prevailed on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival. The 2011 winner – who joins Comedy of Errors in 1973/75 in reclaiming his title – was never travelling well but battled throughout and […]

  • Cheltenham to go ahead despite big freeze

    Cheltenham clerk of the course Simon Claisse is satisfied the famous jumps Festival can go ahead without a hitch, despite a freezing cold Monday in the Cotswolds. The whole of the Old Course (used for the first two days of the meeting), the New Course (for the second half) and […]

  • Quevega on brink of Cheltenham history

    Irish trainer Willie Mullins believes Quevega could be even better than last year as she bids for her own piece of history on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival. The nine-year-old lines up in the OLBG Mares’ Hurdle on Tuesday (Wednesday AEDT), a race she will be trying to […]

  • Frost covers in place at Cheltenham

    Frost covers are in place at Cheltenham to protect the course ahead of the famous four-day jumps festival. The operation on the old course where racing takes place for the first two days of the meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday was completed on Saturday afternoon along with vulnerable areas on […]