Date - March 31, 2015
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Bass angling for Rainbow gold
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David Bass is excited at the prospect

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Maguire ruled out of National
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Grand National-winning jockey Jason Ma

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Dreaper an Amigos ally
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Trainer Jim Dreaper believes Los Amigos has a

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Officials at Fairyhouse are excited about the prospect of Tony McCoy potentially having his final
Grand National-winning jockey Jason Maguire will miss this year's renewal of the world's greatest steeplechase
John F Kennedy has hardened as ante-post favourite for the Investec Derby with Coral following

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This year’s Cheltenham Festival was awash with Champions’ performances, with pretty much all the novices won by realistic championship contenders for next season. Coneygree and the rest of the staying chase division is discussed in the Head of Han

BHA Head of Handicapping Phil Smith speaks about the sensational Novice Chase performances withnessed at Cheltenham last week: “In February 2000, Gloria Victis won the Racing Post Chase by a very easy 10 lengths off a rating of 151. It was only hi

Saturday’s Sandown card hosted a couple of major handicap hurdles and both winners are looking to make the headlines once more in even bigger ways in the next few weeks, with Imperial Cup winner Ebony Express now off to Cheltenham in search of a w

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Image reproduced with the kind permission of Newmarket Racecourse The Curragh opens the Irish Flat Turf season - A day after the British Turf Flat season gets going at Doncaster, the Curragh is the stage for Ireland’s opening salvo. The opening Tally Ho Stud European Breeders Fund Maiden over 5 furlongs took on huge significance three years ago when a chestnut colt with a bold white face called […]
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Image reproduced with the kind permission of Newmarket Racecourse The Betway Lincoln Handicap heralds the return of turf racing - Saturday’s big race in the UK is the Betway Lincoln Handicap over a mile at Doncaster, where as always, the draw could prove decisive. The dual Cambridgeshire winner Bronze Angel heads the weights here after a tremendous autumn. The Marcus Tregoning trained 6 year old was second to Championship at […]
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