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End game for Moloney

End game for Moloney

Paul Moloney has announced his retirement from race-riding and will return to his native Ireland to focus on building a breeding operation. After establishing himself as a promisin...

Eminent bounds to classy Craven win

Eminent bounds to classy Craven win

An exciting looking renewal of the Group 3 Craven Stakes lived up to its billing. It produced an emphatic winner in the shape of Martyn Meade's Eminent who was only visiting the racetrack...

Unstoppable Power lands Irish National

Unstoppable Power lands Irish National

Robbie Power's quite remarkable season kept on rolling at the Fairyhouse Easter Festival, as he took out the €500,000 BoyleSports Irish Grand National aboard the seven-year-old Our Duke...

Respect ousts wayward Yorkhill

Respect ousts wayward Yorkhill

The Gigginstown House Stud silks were once again in front where it mattered on the first day of the Irish Grand National meeting, as Road To Respect edged out a thrilling finish to the Gr...

Convey clears away in Easter Classic

Convey clears away in Easter Classic

A record-breaking turnout of 10,800 spectators witnessed the fourth ever All-Weather Finals Day at Lingfield Park, which was rounded off by the sublime victory of Convey in the Easter Cla...

Grand servant Holywell retired

Grand servant Holywell retired

Jonjo O'Neill and his team at Jackdaws Castle have announced the retirement of stable stalwart Holywell, who ran his last race at Aintree last week. The ten-year-old won seven of h...

King’s charge suffers injury blow

King’s charge suffers injury blow

It has been revealed that Challow Novices' Hurdle winner, Messire Des Obeaux, is likely to miss the 2017/18 jumps season after sustaining a tendon injury last week at Aintree. The ...

Slow-burner vows to ride beyond 50

Slow-burner vows to ride beyond 50

In-demand Dutch rider Adrie De Vries is keen to carry on in the saddle for at least the next few seasons before fulfilling a long-held ambition to become a trainer. A 12-time champ...

Pilot flies to Alleged victory

Pilot flies to Alleged victory

Andover-based handler Ralph Beckett was all smiles at Naas on Sunday after his eight-year-old gelding Air Pilot got the better of his four rivals in the Group 3 Dr Vincent O'Brien Centena...

Second National success for Scotland

Second National success for Scotland

Thirty-eight years on from Scotland's first triumph in the world's greatest steeplechase, One For Arthur provided their second win in the hands of a returning Derek Fox. After a f...

Run away success for Norton

Run away success for Norton

In his new role as retainer to Ann and Alan Potts, Robbie Power hit cloud nine on day two of the Grand National meeting when partnering Fox Norton to a comprehensive win the JLT Melling C...

Kelly bounces back to Grade 1 triumph

Kelly bounces back to Grade 1 triumph

History maker Lizzie Kelly notched the second Grade 1 of her career by partnering her old adversary Tea For Two to success in the Betway Bowl Chase. The eight-year-old gelding unse...

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