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# Horses for Courses

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Best defends Schmidt's 'pressurised' Ireland environment following Tuohy criticism
Former Ulster and Ireland lock Tuohy told the Telf Rugby podcast last month that players often felt ‘belittled and scared’ under Schmidt’s watch.
A porn star taught Paddy Power's boss that having the craic doesn't work everywhere
Madcap high jinks work well in Ireland, but not every country appreciates the same marketing stunts.
Ed Chamberlin will be the new face of ITV's horse racing coverage
Monday Night Football presenter switches to terrestrial TV.
'If we have these conditions next week, I wouldn't change a thing' - Anthony Foley
The Munster coach wants improvement, but knows the difficulty of playing in the howling wind and rain.
McGinley picks Westwood, Gallacher and Poulter for Ryder Cup team
Wait, where’s Luuuuuuuuke?
Madigan and Gopperth must learn to love rotation -- Kearney
Matt O’Connor has a selection dilemma on his hands, and the RDS may not like his solution.
4 big-priced outsiders that could cause a shock in today’s Irish Grand National
If you want to have a small each-way flutter on today’s big race at Fairyhouse, one of these four might do the trick.
Epsom Preview: O'Brien keeping his feet on the ground
Some bookmakers are offering just 4/1 on Ballydoyle winning the weekend’s three big races, but O’Brien says he’s used to coming home “humbled”.
Frankel to bypass Epsom Derby
WATCH: Superstar’s blistering run to win the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.
A Pinsticker's Guide to ... the Aintree Grand National
Fancy a flutter on today’s big race but haven’t the first clue where to put your money? We give you a one-line assessment of each horse’s chances.
The Magnificent Seven: Cheltenham champions
Cheltenham fever has started to grip the office, and so we look back at seven of our favourite Irish winners at the festival.
Spirit River to sit Cheltenham out
Last year’s Coral Cup winner will not run again for the rest of the season according to trainer Nicky Henderson.