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International Horse Racing

  • Local bookies cleaned out by Lord’s win

    Bookmakers close to Jim Culloty’s stables in County Cork are still counting the cost of Lord Windermere’s victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The betting shop in nearby Churchtown had no time to replenish the coffers after being hit by the trainer’s success with 12-1 shot Spring Heeled in Thursday’s… Read More »

     
  • Ruby Walsh operation a success

    Jockey Ruby Walsh is reported in good spirits after having surgery on a broken arm suffered in a fall on the final day of the Cheltenham festival. The rider sustained a compound fracture of his right humerus after parting company with Abbyssial in the Triumph Hurdle. Walsh’s sights are already… Read More »

     
  • Walsh out for at least two months

    Ruby Walsh will be sidelined for at least two months after breaking his arm in a fall in the opening race on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival. The winner of three races at the festival, Walsh was diagnosed with a compound fracture of his right arm after parting… Read More »

     
  • Mullins leading trainer at Cheltenham

    Willie Mullins clinched the leading trainer award at the Cheltenham Festival when Don Poli gave him a fourth winner at the meeting. Mullins began the fourth and final day level with Jonjo O’Neill and David Pipe on the three-winner mark, posting the one success as his rivals drew blanks. The… Read More »

     
  • Lord Windemere in controversial Gold win

    Lord Windermere survived a lengthy stewards’ inquiry to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup in dramatic fashion on the final day of the jumps festival. The eight-year-old came from last to first, pipping On His Own at the finish to snatch a famous victory for trainer Jim Culloty, who won three… Read More »

     
  • More Of That makes it a new World order

    The inexperienced More Of That has upset the big names in the World Hurdle at Cheltenham. Having just his fifth start, the Jonjo O’Neill-trained More Of That (15-2) won Thursday’s feature by 1-1/2 lengths from the heavily supported favourite Annie Power (11-8). There was to be a touching moment of… Read More »

     
  • Guide to the Cheltenham Gold Cup

    A guide to the runners in the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday: BOBS WORTH (Nicky Henderson) Neither flashy nor spectacular, but no doubting the nine-year-old’s class. A poor seasonal return in the Betfair Chase is a distant memory after his clinical display in the Lexus at Christmas. Loves Cheltenham and… Read More »

     
  • Sire de Grugy claims popular win

    Bought as a surprise 50th birthday present for a first-time racehorse owner, Sire de Grugy provided one of the feel-good stories of the Cheltenham Festival by winning the high-profile Queen Mother Champion Chase. The popular victory delighted two families who came together in unusual circumstances four years ago and agreed… Read More »

     
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  • Jezki wins Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham

    Irish runner Jezki has given jockey Barry Geraghty his second win in the Champion Hurdle and trainer Jessica Harrington her first on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival. The six-year-old won in a thrilling finish from My Tent Or Yours, who, like the winner, is owned by JP McManus… Read More »

     
  • Quevega wins sixth Mares’ Hurdle

    The brilliant Quevega has raced into the record books with a sixth successive victory in the Mares’ Hurdle on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival. The Willie Mullins-trained 10-year-old, sent off the 8-11 favourite in the hands of faithful partner Ruby Walsh, was made to work hard by her… Read More »

     
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  • Fenton delays Instalment Gold Cup call

    A decision on whether Last Instalment runs in the Cheltenham Gold Cup will be delayed as late as possible. The nine-year-old has returned from a near two-year absence seemingly better than ever judged by his brilliant display in the Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown last month. He is among the… Read More »

     
  • Shuka tries again to beat Silent Achiever

    Five failures at beating top mare Silent Achiever aren’t stopping Peter and Dawn Williams from sending Shuka out to try a sixth time. Shuka is on the third line of betting for the Group One New Zealand Stakes (2000m) at Ellerslie, and success could earn him a crack at the… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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