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Friday 8 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Racing

Last year
Henderson and Mullins big guns all entered at Cheltenham
Total number engaged down on previous years.
Allaho proves different class at Thurles
All systems go for Ryanair Chase defence.
Shishkin just gets the better of Energumene in epic Clarence House
Big two deliver race to remember at Ascot.
Tiger Roll finishes down the field but shows promise at Navan
Dual National hero was in hurdles action ahead of Cheltenham.
Jockey Robbie Dunne appeals 18-month ban for harassing Bryony Frost
The Irish rider was suspended by an independent British Horseracing Authority disciplinary panel in December.
Gordon Elliott still favouring direct Cheltenham route for Galvin
Meanwhile Shishkin and Energumene in line for Clarence House clash.
Robbie Dunne granted extension to appeal 18-month ban for harassing Bryony Frost
The Irish jockey has until 20 January to lodge his appeal.
Cheltenham Gold Cup is the next stop for A Plus Tard
Cheveley Park chief outlines Festival plans for star runners.
Noel Meade considering Dublin Festival date for Grade 1 Fairyhouse winner
Setback ruled out a Christmas run for Drinmore winner.
'Money won't buy the enjoyment that we got out of Limerick, this is a passion for us'
Master McShee has provided trainer Paddy Corkery with Grade 1 success and the horse of a lifetime.
Constitution Hill produces 'special' Tolworth performance
Henderson ace in cruise control for Grade One glory at Sandown.
Ginto claims Grade One gold for Elliott and Kennedy
Envoi Allen and Bob Olinger are recent Lawlor’s Of Naas winners who have gone on to Cheltenham glory.
All time
'There was no alternative' - Leopardstown chief happy to end on high despite lack of crowds
Tim Husbands says the decision to run the Festival without spectators had to be made.
Fury Road strikes Grade One gold, Sharjah scoops fourth Matheson Hurdle at Leopardstown
Gordon Elliott claims one-two in Neville Hotels Novice Chase, and Willie Mullins-trained Sharjah swoops late to match history.
Emotional Elliott salutes Galvin after 'unbelievable' Savills Chase victory
‘I had a tear in my eye for half the race, I’m not afraid to say it. We’ve had a tough year and it’s brilliant.’
End of an era as 2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner heads for well-deserved retirement
2018 Gold Cup winner has run final race after being pulled up in Welsh National.
After injury nightmare, a day to cheer at Leopardstown for one of racing's good guys
Jack Kennedy combined with Mighty Potter for Grade One success.
Shishkin oozes class with faultless Kempton return
Delight for Nicky Henderson in Desert Orchid Chase.
Tornado Flyer springs King George surprise for Danny and Willie Mullins
Willie Mullins gets better of Paul Nicholls in Christmas showpiece.
'A glass of wine is the short-term plan!' - Master McShee seals Grade 1 win for Waterford trainer
‘We knew he was a Grade One horse and were confident we had a right chance’.
Mullins hails ‘awesome’ Leopardstown effort from Ferny Hollow
Sir Gerhard makes perfect start to hurdling career and Fil Dor shone on Day One of the Christmas Festival.
'She didn't have to be asked to do that. She’s just a lovely person, from good people'
John Nallen on a magical racing year for the Minella horses and the success of Rachael Blackmore.
4 tips for the Leopardstown Christmas Festival - plus your €5 free bet
William Hill have got a special offer and Johnny Ward has picked out his best selections.
Oisin Murphy relinquishes licence to ‘focus on rehabilitation’
The champion jockey announced the news in a joint-statement with the British Horseracing Authority.
Lostintranslation all set for third crack at King George
Chaser bounced back to his best at Ascot.
Here's your TV guide for this weekend of sport
Get stuck into this lot over the weekend.
Irish jockey Robbie Dunne found guilty of bullying and harassing fellow rider Bryony Frost
The 36-year-old has been handed an 18-month ban, with three months suspended.
Dunne denies Frost's bullying and sexual misconduct accusations as hearing continues
Dunne denies all charges relating to prejudicial conduct and two of the three relating to violent and threatening behaviour.
Dunne 'opened his towel and shook himself' in front of Frost, BHA panel told at hearing
Multiple Grade One-winning rider Bryony Frost was giving evidence on the second day of the hearing.
Bryony Frost subjected to ‘foul, sexually abusive and misogynistic language’, BHA panel told
Robbie Dunne alleged to have threatened fellow rider.
Gordon Elliott pair will take on A Plus Tard at Leopardstown Christmas Festival
Christmas cracker in store in the Savills Chase.
Rachael Blackmore steers Honeysuckle to Hatton’s Grace hat-trick
This was the reigning champion’s ninth Grade One verdict.
Cheltenham winner Shishkin ruled out of Tingle Creek return
Unbeaten chaser will not reappear at Sandown.
Ruby Walsh on Kildare raid: 'Dad has explained why he was there. To me, he was an eye witness'
The former champion jockey accepts that the incident last Tuesday has been damaging for racing and those involved.
Fakir D’oudairies in cruise control for Clonmel Oil strike
Classy O’Brien six-year-old sets up big Christmas targets.
Animal remedies which are banned in racehorses are seized in raid on Kildare farm
The raid was led by Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine officials.
'True icon' Rachael Blackmore to be honoured with 2021 Irish Racing Hero award
‘Rachael has become more than a role model; she is a true icon of our wonderful sport and a most fitting winner of the 2021 Irish Racing Hero Award.’
No evidence doping rules in Irish horseracing lower than international standards
The finding was made in a report by the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee.
Cheltenham hero on course for Christmas date despite Navan fall
Reigning staying champ came to grief in the Lismullen Hurdle.
Captain Guinness serves up Poplar Square success as Blackmore racks up Naas four-timer
De Bromhead chaser makes winning return.