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Thursday 7 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Racing

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A Plus Tard set for Haydock and Mullins confirms earlier start for Al Boum Photo
Willie Mullins is also hoping to have Klassical Dream ready for the Hatton’s Grace at Fairyhouse.
Fusil Raffles prevails in eventful Charlie Hall at Wetherby and Indefatigable delivers
All the attention ahead of the Grade Two contest was on defending champion Cyrname.
Frodon and Frost sparkle again while Envoi Allen returns to winning ways
Dynamic duo outbattle Galvin at Down Royal.
Here's your TV guide for this weekend of sport
Get stuck into this lot over the weekend.
Blackmore on board as Gold Cup hero heads classy quintet at Down Royal
Frodon and Galvin among tough opposition for De Bromhead’s Cheltenham hero.
Rachael Blackmore to return from injury layoff at Galway
The Grand National winner has one ride — on the Henry de Bromhead-trained Balko Des Flos — this Saturday.
Opinion: 'I created a short couch-to-marathon-runner plan - it's not a thing for a reason'
Alan Corcoran, who once ran 35 marathons in 35 days, documents how he came to run his first Dublin City Marathon.
Renaissance effort puts Art Power in Champions Day frame
Ascot on the cards for Tim Easterby’s Curragh winner.
Monkfish sidelined due to tendon injury and Min has been retired
Trainer Willie Mullins has made the announcements.
'Fantastic to be back' - Russell makes racing return after 11 months out
Top jockey returns with two runner-up spots after 11 months on sidelines.
We're giving away 100 pairs of tickets to an action-packed weekend of racing at the Curragh
Enjoy a day out at the County Kildare racecourse thanks to William Hill.
Davy Russell to return at Downpatrick
Two Friday rides follow 11 months out with neck injury.
Nicky Henderson announces retirement of Champion Chase hero Altior
The jumping great went on an unbeaten 19-race run from October 2015 to April 2019.
Basilica bids to seal superstar status with Irish Champion victory
O’Brien colt faces off with Tarnawa and Poetic Flare at Leopardstown.
Gordon Elliott set for return to racing as six-month ban ends today
The trainer was suspended after an image of him sitting on a dead horse was widely circulated on social media back in February.
Ger Lyons records landmark 1,000th winner at Roscommon
Offiah and Colin Keane give Classic-winning trainer victory to remember.
Tom O’Brien 'very grateful' after hitting 1,000-winner mark
The Irish rider chalked up the landmark victory at Worcester yesterday.
Sonnyboyliston a knockout for Johnny Murtagh in Ebor at York
Kildare trainer bags York’s famous handicap for second time.
Irish tracks’ chief speak of frustration at on-going crowd restrictions
Requests have been made to host 1,000 spectators each day at Listowel Festival and Irish Champions Weekend.
3 tips to consider for the Galway Races on Thursday
Johnny Ward shares his picks as the Galway Hurdle takes centre stage.
Harrington promises to learn from mistake in Galway mix-up
‘We will ensure that it never happens again’.
16/1 shot worth a punt in Wednesday's big race at the Galway Festival
Johnny Ward makes his selections for Galway Plate Day.
Samcro has weighty task in Galway Plate
The dual Cheltenham Festival hero seeks another famous victory.
Adayar is mighty in King George victory
Appleby’s Derby winner emulates the great Galileo at Ascot.
Johnny Ward: Racing chiefs saddle up to face Oireachtas quizzing
Jim Bolger’s recent comments have prompted lots of questions.
Irish jockey suffers fractured back and broken ribs in bad fall
Micheal Nolan will have surgery after the incident at Southwell on Monday.
Galway Festival hoping to allow daily crowds of 5,000 to attend next month
Organisers say they have been working with Horse Racing Ireland and the government on bringing spectators back to the event.
Hurricane Lane denies Lone Eagle to grab Irish Derby crown
British runners dominate in the Curragh Classic.
Romantic Proposal fires Nunthorpe dreams for Eddie Lynam
Favourite claims Listed glory in style at the Curragh.
Plans to extend Cheltenham Festival to five days back on the table
An extra day of racing could come into place in 2023, according to reports.
Mac Swiney leads home Irish Guineas one-two for Jim Bolger
Poetic Flare came home second in Curragh Classic.
Curragh to inspect before Saturday’s Irish 2,000 Guineas card
The track is waterlogged on parts of track after heavy rain.
'Mullins had his 15th championship in the bag before Punchestown but it didn’t stop him dominating'
Donn McClean takes a look back at the 2021 Punchestown Festival and Willie Mullins’ 19-winner haul.
Mother Earth strikes for O’Brien and Dettori in 1000 Guineas
Third fillies’ Classic in a row for Ballydoyle – and fifth in last six years.
Willie Mullins and Noel Meade land the Grade 1 victories on the final day at Punchestown
The 2021 Festival finished today.
Bottas beats Hamilton to pole at Portuguese Grand Prix
Hamilton’s pursuit of a 100th career pole was delayed when Bottas notched up his 17th.
Jim Bolger and Kevin Manning take 2000 Guineas spoils for second time
Poetic Flare claims Classic glory after pulsating battle with Master Of The Seas.
Dream return for Klassical with Stayers success and Energumene impresses with easy Ryanair triumph
Grade One glory for Mullins’ runner after lengthy absence.
Back Abacadabras each-way to work his magic in the Punchestown Champion Hurdle
Johnny Ward previews Friday’s feature race at the Punchestown Festival.
More racing glory for Alex Ferguson with Punchestown Gold Cup win
Paul Nicholls’ dual King George hero sees off Al Boum Photo.