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Derby prep preferred over Guineas for John F Kennedy

Wed, 25 Mar 15 16:00

INVESTEC DERBY favourite John F Kennedy is unlikely to run in the Qipco 2,000 Guineas, trainer Aidan O'Brien has revealed.

Coneygree is the best novice this century

Wed, 18 Mar 15 12:00

CONEYGREE'S pummelling pillar-to-post victory in last Friday's Cheltenham Gold Cup has earned the eight-year-old the highest rating for a novice chaser this century.

Punchestown the target for Riches

Wed, 18 Mar 15 12:00

GOLD CUP third Road To Riches is an intended runner in the Punchestown Gold Cup next month, connections reported yesterday, although they also revealed the effort of keeping tabs on front-running winner Coneygree last Friday at Cheltenham took its toll.

Melling Chase on the agenda for Ryanair winner Uxizandre

Wed, 18 Mar 15 08:37

UXIZANDRE, who gave retiring champion jockey Tony McCoy his final Cheltenham Festival winner last week, is likely to head to Aintree where he will bid for more Grade 1 glory in the Melling Chase.

Topham target for Wexford winner Rubi

Tue, 17 Mar 15 18:00

TRAINER Robbie Hennessy believes that the Topham Chase at Aintree "may be the ideal race" for Rubi Light after the ten-year-old battled to his second victory in the space of a month.

Gannon set to make return at Chelmsford

Tue, 17 Mar 15 07:30

CATHY GANNON, Britain's most successful female Flat jockey behind Hayley Turner, brings an injury-plagued absence stretching back 16 months to an end when she returns at Chelmsford City on Wednesday.

Mares' Hurdle winner Glens Melody retired

Mon, 16 Mar 15 19:12

CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL winner Glens Melody was retired on Monday to pursue a career as a broodmare.

Cooper hit hard as jockeys suffer festival whip woe

Fri, 13 Mar 15 20:10

BRYAN COOPER faces the prospect of missing both the Crabbie’s Grand National and BoyleSports Irish Grand National next month after being handed a 15-day ban by the Cheltenham stewards on Friday.

Cheltenham: Mullins breaks festival record with eighth winner

Fri, 13 Mar 15 16:43

THE Cheltenham Festival 2015 will be remembered as belonging to Willie Mullins as Ireland's champion trainer claimed a record eighth success at the meeting with Killultagh Vic winning the Martin Pipe in a photo-finish.

Cheltenham: Martello towers above rivals for Mags Mullins

Fri, 13 Mar 15 14:45

THE name Mullins was etched on the Cheltenham trainers’ winner’s board again but this time it was Mags rather than Willie as 14-1 shot Martello Tower ground out a gutsy victory in a gruelling race.

Cheltenham: Wicklow has far too much class for County rivals

Fri, 13 Mar 15 14:10

WILLIE MULLINS equalled Nicky Henderson's record of seven winners at a single festival when Wicklow Brave decimated what was supposed to be a competitive handicap, winning by an easy eight lengths at odds of 25-1.

Cheltenham: Foot-perfect Vautour skips to superb JLT win

Thu, 12 Mar 15 13:33

VAUTOUR gave bookmakers another bloody nose with a superb round of jumping that left Ruby Walsh able to stand in the stirrups and salute the crowd as the six-year-old crushed his rivals.

McCann fractures leg in freak Cheltenham accident

Wed, 11 Mar 15 19:29

RACING POST photographer Patrick McCann is recovering in Southmead Hospital in Bristol after sustaining a serious leg fracture in a freak accident during the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase at Cheltenham on Wednesday.

Cheltenham: Rivage sails home in dramatic Cross Country Chase

Wed, 11 Mar 15 16:09

RIVAGE D'OR belied his total inexperience of the cross-country fences to give Davy Russell a double on the day in a dramatic running of the unique contest.

Cheltenham: Don Poli silences rivals with powerful RSA win

Wed, 11 Mar 15 14:10

THE Willie Mullins bandwagon rolled on to day two of the festival, as Don Poli ground out victory under Bryan Cooper for Gigginstown House Stud.

Cheltenham: Windsor knocks Neptune rivals out of the park

Wed, 11 Mar 15 13:31

WINDSOR PARK added to the opening day dominance of the Irish but this time it was Dermot Weld and Davy Russell that were taking the spoils.

Cheltenham: McManus has Cause to celebrate birthday

Tue, 10 Mar 15 16:44

CAUSE OF CAUSES gave JP McManus a birthday winner at the meeting that matters most to the famous owner, with Jamie Codd powering up the Cheltenham hill in the famous green and gold silks.

Cheltenham: Power failure saves further pain for layers

Tue, 10 Mar 15 16:09

WILLIE MULLINS completed a magnificent four-timer on the first day of the festival, but the final leg did not go according to the script when a dramatic final flight fall from Annie Power cost her victory.

Cheltenham: Mullins juggernaut continues with Faugheen romp

Tue, 10 Mar 15 15:20

FAUGHEEN proved his doubters wrong and Ruby Walsh correct with a breathtaking display of two-mile hurdling, making all to lead home a 1-2-3 for trainer Willie Mullins.

Cheltenham: Walsh and Mullins double Sceaux easy

Tue, 10 Mar 15 14:04

Un De Sceaux came into the Racing Post Arkle as one of the hottest favourites of the week, on the back of Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh winning the opener, and did not disappoint.

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