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Trials day in Cheltenham as punters seek clearer picture
Cheltenham’s card has just survived an inspection and there’ll be plenty to glean from today’s action ahead of the March festival.
Pandorama out of Hennessy but Cheltenham Gold Cup bid in the balance
Pandorama set-back may not be as bad as initially feared.
The social network: you can own part of a horse as top trainer includes fans on Facebook
Henry de Bromhead tells Mark Hobbs about his innovative plan to use Facebook to include racing fans in horse ownership and training.
Fascinating weekend as Cheltenham-bound stars aim to stake their claims
Mark Hobbs previews a busy weekend of action on both sides of the Irish Sea.
Fairyhouse switch meetings
Remedial work on the inside track continues at track.
Dunguib out of Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown
Hurricane Fly shortens to 1-2 favourite after latest set-back for Dunguib.
Sizing Europe to miss King George
Trainer Henry de Bromhead won’t risk upsetting nine-year-old with trip to Kempton.
Psycho on the prowl in Thurles
Tony Martin hopeful that Psycho can shine in Tipperary tomorrow.
AP McCoy set for Newbury test after Leopardstown injury
Jockey hurt his wrist at Leopardstown today.
Leopardstown St Stephen's Day meeting postponed
Bad news for racing fans.
Leopardstown's Christmas racing is threatened by adverse weather
Conditions need to improve quickly if we’re going to get any racing at Christmas.
Tony McCoy wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year award
Darts legend Phil Taylor comes second while athlete Jessica Ennis is third.
Fly leads big race treble on mixed day for Mullins
Willie Mullins was centrestage at the Co Meath racecourse today.
Man jailed for killing young jockeys
Man started fire after being refused entry to a party at young jockeys’ flat.
Are you sitting comfortably? Aidan O'Brien facing wait for punishment decision
The Ballydoyle trainer is in hot water after ‘the Cape Blanco affair’.
More top-class racing cards rescheduled
Fairyhouse and Punchestown meetings moved again as bad weather continues.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Trap takes a hit on his wages, a Cats legend bows out and there’s major changes afoot for one Irish rugby province.
The big freeze: Thursday's Fairyhouse card cancelled
Racing schedule is frozen out by poor conditions.
Weld makes decision on Rite Of Passage future
To hurdle or not to hurdle, is the question for renowned trainer.
The Morning Score: Thursday
Little to take from a defeat with Norway, Kidney likely to cause debate with surprising team selection and one Irishman is off to a flier in Hong Kong.
Smullen out of contention for Murtagh job
Coolmore have to look elsewhere for no 1 jockey.
Death of racing legend Paddy Mullins
Racing world mourns passing of great.
Sans Frontieres out of Melbourne Cup
Jeremy Nozeda-owned four year-old withdrawn from Melbourne Cup.
Workforce trainers to decide over inclusion after Arc run
Epsom Winner could be headed stateside after win in Longchamp.
Major revamp for Ascot as hosting of Champions' Day confirmed
Champions’ Day moves from Newmarket to Ascot to become Britain’s Richest Race.
Dettori wins Ayr Gold Cup
Second Ayr Gold Cup win in a row on board Dandy Nicholls-trained Redford.
Davy Russell fails breath test... apparently because of mouth wash
Is this the unluckiest day in Irish sporting history?
Like having “a Ferrari but with no keys”.
Sariska’s refusal to race leads to early retirement.
Future of Awzaan still uncertain
Four-month layoff could be resumed, despite brief comeback at Haydock.