# Racing

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# Milestone
Ger Lyons records landmark 1,000th winner at Roscommon
Offiah and Colin Keane give Classic-winning trainer victory to remember.
# Grand
Tom O’Brien 'very grateful' after hitting 1,000-winner mark
The Irish rider chalked up the landmark victory at Worcester yesterday.
# Racing
Sonnyboyliston a knockout for Johnny Murtagh in Ebor at York
Kildare trainer bags York’s famous handicap for second time.
# Let Yourself Go
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.
# William Hill
3 tips to consider for the Galway Races on Thursday
Johnny Ward shares his picks as the Galway Hurdle takes centre stage.
# Mistaken Identity
Harrington promises to learn from mistake in Galway mix-up
‘We will ensure that it never happens again’.
# William Hill
16/1 shot worth a punt in Wednesday's big race at the Galway Festival
Johnny Ward makes his selections for Galway Plate Day.
# G-G-G-Galway
Samcro has weighty task in Galway Plate
The dual Cheltenham Festival hero seeks another famous victory.
# Kicking King
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.
# Injuries
Irish jockey suffers fractured back and broken ribs in bad fall
Micheal Nolan will have surgery after the incident at Southwell on Monday.
# Ballybrit
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 flies
Hurricane Lane denies Lone Eagle to grab Irish Derby crown
British runners dominate in the Curragh Classic.
# cutting a dash
Romantic Proposal fires Nunthorpe dreams for Eddie Lynam
Favourite claims Listed glory in style at the Curragh.
# Prestbury Park
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.
# the Curragh
Mac Swiney leads home Irish Guineas one-two for Jim Bolger
Poetic Flare came home second in Curragh Classic.
# unseasonable
Curragh to inspect before Saturday’s Irish 2,000 Guineas card
The track is waterlogged on parts of track after heavy rain.
# Review
'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.
# Racing
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.
# Racing
Willie Mullins and Noel Meade land the Grade 1 victories on the final day at Punchestown
The 2021 Festival finished today.
# Formula One
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.
# Newmarket
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.
# Punchestown
Dream return for Klassical with Stayers success and Energumene impresses with easy Ryanair triumph
Grade One glory for Mullins’ runner after lengthy absence.
# Racing
Back Abacadabras each-way to work his magic in the Punchestown Champion Hurdle
Johnny Ward previews Friday’s feature race at the Punchestown Festival.
# clan des obeaux
More racing glory for Alex Ferguson with Punchestown Gold Cup win
Paul Nicholls’ dual King George hero sees off Al Boum Photo.
# title challenge
Townend moves six clear of Blackmore in championship race
Galopin Des Champs keeps up momentum for reigning champion.
# sweet spot
Honeysuckle heads Punchestown’s Champion Hurdle field
De Bromhead’s brilliant mare to face seven rivals on Friday.
# Preview
Look to an each-way chance in the Champion Stayers Hurdle at Punchestown
Johnny Ward takes you through Thursday’s feature race.
# Racing
Colreevy shocks big guns to cap racing career with Punchestown glory
Mullins’ mare stuns Monkfish and Envoi Allen with all-the-way success.
# Racing
Chacun Pour Soi back to brilliant best at Punchestown for Townend and Mullins
Smart mare Echoes In Rain adds to Mullins haul in Grade One contest.
# Preview
No Ruby, but Kemboy can clinch it again: Punchestown Gold Cup preview
Johnny Ward previews a race that was last won by Ruby Walsh on his final ride.
# outsider
Baron Samedi surprises Vintage Crop rivals at Navan for Joseph O'Brien
Hot favourite Santiago only fourth as 20-1 shot shines at Navan.
# Racing
Townend back in action for Punchestown as title race with Blackmore nears end
Champion booked for three rides on day one after foot injury.
# The42 Reads
'With all the doom and gloom, it lifted the whole of West Kerry. He is one of us and a Gold Cup winner'
22-year-old Jack Kennedy’s metoric rise in racing and recovery from injuries has inspired his fanbase at home in West Kerry.
# Racing
Bryony Frost lands brilliant Sandown double while Enrilo loses Gold Cup feature in stewards’ room
The King George hero Frodon triumphed again.
# Flooring Porter
'We're roaring at each other with FaceTime on during the races. It's a dream come true.'
The syndicate with modest ambitions have seen their horse reign at Leopardstown and Cheltenham, with Punchestown next up.
# Chasing Glory
Treble for Rachael Blackmore to boost hopes in jockey title race as she reaches 91 winners for season
Three winners for the Blackmore and De Bromhead partnership at Kilbeggan this evening.
# Kildare to dream
Cheltenham victor Minella Indo tops 11 in Punchestown mix
Henry de Bromhead’s charge aiming to supplement Gold Cup heroics.
# moon boy
Paul Townend continuing Punchestown fitness fight
Rider is having a protective boot made ahead of Festival.
# clan des obeaux
Alex Ferguson's Aintree winner set to run in Punchestown Gold Cup
Connections opt against running Clan Des Obeaux at Sandown.