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# Racing
Aintree aim for Cheltenham winning hero Flooring Porter
French Champion Hurdle also on connections’ radar.
# Racing
Warm weather is music to the ears of 150-1 Irish Grand National winner
Last year’s surprise winner primed for Irish National repeat bid.
# Max Power
Max Flamingo heading for Irish National after Thurles triumph
‘He’ll run in the Irish National next…us small men have to dream big!’.
# Racing
Rachael Blackmore's Gold Cup glory - 'I just can't explain how lucky I feel'
A Plus Tard landed the big one at Cheltenham today.
# Racing
Vauban storms to classy success as Mullins kicks off with quick Friday treble
State Man proves different class in County Hurdle while The Nice Guy took the Albert Bartlett.
# Star Of The Show
Rachael Blackmore makes history again as A Plus Tard wins Cheltenham Gold Cup
A Plus Tard was sent off the 3/1 favourite.
# roll-out
Tiger Roll just denied glorious swansong by stablemate Delta Work
Pulsating finish to cross-country chase will live long in the memory.
# Racing
Commander of Fleet takes charge at Cheltenham for Elliott
Earlier favourite Bravemansgame was pulled out and L’Homme Presse cruises to success.
# Racing
Poll: Who do you think will win today's Champion Chase at Cheltenham?
The feature race on Day Two is in the spotlight.
# Cheltenham
Mullins leaves it late on day one but off the mark with Stattler
Closutton trainer teams up with son Patrick for National Hunt Chase success.
# Cheltenham
Honeysuckle and Rachael Blackmore win the Champion Hurdle
A second Cheltenham feature win for the Henry De Bromhead mare.
# Cheltenham
Constitution Hill simply supreme for Henderson and Edwardstone collects Arkle Trophy
One-two for Seven Barrows in the opener, but Dysart Dynamo crashes out.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win today’s Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham?
Can Honeysuckle deliver again?
# forecast
3 tips to get you up and running on Day 1 of the Cheltenham Festival
Johnny Ward brings you his tips for Tuesday, including a shot in the Champion Hurdle.
# Racing
Harrington and Power combine for win in the feature at Navan
Late charge from Master McShee just falls short in Grade Two feature as Sizing Pottsie wins.
# Racing
The wheel will turn again, but for now the Irish strength at Cheltenham should be appreciated
The deep strength in Irish National Hunt racing these days has created the backdrop to next week’s festival.
# Racing
Donn McClean: Honeysuckle and Blackmore are a formidable force, unbeaten, unbeatable
Donn McClean takes a look at the contenders for the Champion Hurdle, three weeks out from the Cheltenham festival.
# Racing
Elliott hoping to take Gold Cup chance with Conflated
‘I’d go for the Gold Cup. Michael wants to go for the Ryanair’.
# Punishment
Oisin Murphy banned for 14 months after Covid and alcohol breaches
Three-time champion will be sidelined until February 2023.
# Racing
Henderson not taking anything for granted with Shishkin in eagerly-awaited rematch
‘There was only a length between them, there’s room for round two’.
# Racing
O'Brien's Fakir D’Oudairies aiming for Grade One gold in Ascot Chase
Irish raider one of eight in the feature event.
# Don't Stop Believing
Journey With Me firmly on track for Ballymore challenge
Naas winner another Festival big gun for De Bromhead and Blackmore.
# Leopardstown
Mullins waits on Appreciate It decision and Nicholls planning dual assault
Appreciate It is second favourite for the Champion Hurdle behind last year’s winner Honeysuckle.
# Racing
Kilcruit enjoys Punchestown stroll and in line for Supreme Novices' at Cheltenham
Smart sort had been beaten at odds-on first two runs over hurdles.
# Poetry In Motion
Echoes of Numbersixvalverde for Brassil with Longhouse Poet
Aintree could be on the radar for Thyestes Chase winner.
# Racing
Henderson and Mullins big guns all entered at Cheltenham
Total number engaged down on previous years.
# Racing
Allaho proves different class at Thurles
All systems go for Ryanair Chase defence.
# believe the hype
Shishkin just gets the better of Energumene in epic Clarence House
Big two deliver race to remember at Ascot.
# THE VERY MAN
Tiger Roll finishes down the field but shows promise at Navan
Dual National hero was in hurdles action ahead of Cheltenham.
# lodged
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.
# Racing
Gordon Elliott still favouring direct Cheltenham route for Galvin
Meanwhile Shishkin and Energumene in line for Clarence House clash.
# Suspension
Robbie Dunne granted extension to appeal 18-month ban for harassing Bryony Frost
The Irish jockey has until 20 January to lodge his appeal.
# Racing
Cheltenham Gold Cup is the next stop for A Plus Tard
Cheveley Park chief outlines Festival plans for star runners.
# Racing
Noel Meade considering Dublin Festival date for Grade 1 Fairyhouse winner
Setback ruled out a Christmas run for Drinmore winner.
# Racing
'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.
# top class
Constitution Hill produces 'special' Tolworth performance
Henderson ace in cruise control for Grade One glory at Sandown.
# Naas
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
# quiet christmas
'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.
# road to glory
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.
# Leopardstown
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.’