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Norm on Cheltenham

As each year passes, rather like the Ryder Cup, the build-up, focus and intensity seems to increase with the participants coming under the microscope for weeks in advance.


Norm’s Cheltenham review

Well, that’s that then. After all the build-up and hype, the Cheltenham Festival threw up the usual thrills and spills, although not enough short-priced winners for some punters’ liking.


O’Brien the best ever

Is there and has there ever been a better trainer than Aidan O'Brien?


On board with Cue Card

Cue Card produced a performance that screamed “I’m still here” as he trounced his rivals in the Ascot Chase in the manner of a horse that is by no means a spent force.

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On the Fringe eyes Cheltenham hat-trick

On The Fringe is raring to try and clinch a third consecutive St. James's Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup at the Cheltenham Festival.


One For Arthur captures National for Scotland

One For Arthur became only the second ever Scottish trained Grand National winner as he claimed the 2017 race.

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One For Arthur favourite to reclaim crown

Grand National winner One For Arthur has already been installed as favourite to reclaim his crown at Aintree in 2018.

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Our Duke backed in for Gold Cup success

Our Duke was a hugely impressive winner of the Irish Grand National on Monday and he has been installed as one of the favourites for next year's Cheltenham Gold Cup.


Over 100 entries for most expensive Derby ever

The initial entries for Derby have been confirmed and it is little surprise that Aidan O'Brien's brilliant Churchill is the talk of the town.

Punters getting down with Disko

Noel Meade's Disko is attracting a glut of money after hugely impressive display at Leopardstown on Sunday.

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