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Fumata too good for Waterville in Leopardstown contest

Fumata inflicted a second successive defeat on the highly-touted Waterville in the Captain Dara Fitzpatrick Memorial Maiden at Leopardstown. Bred in the purple as a half-brother to multiple Group One-winning filly Sea Of Class, Waterville was being talked up as a potential Derby horse by trainer Aidan O’Brien even before his competitive debut. The Ballydoyle […]

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Palmer and Owen delighted to strike Chester gold

Michael Owen and Hugo Palmer both admitted to a sense of relief as Ever Given romped home to give the new partnership their first winner together at Chester. Owen and his former trainer Tom Dascombe were always a force to be reckoned with on the Roodee and upon his appointment, Classic-winner Palmer knew that one […]

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State Man takes step up to Grade One level in his stride

Cheltenham Festival scorer State Man successfully graduated to Grade One level with a facile success in the Alanna Homes Champion Novice Hurdle at Punchestown. A faller on his Irish debut at Leopardstown before landing cramped odds at Limerick, the five-year-old was a heavily-backed favourite for his handicap debut in last month’s County Hurdle and duly […]

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Milton Harris aiming to better ‘phenomenal’ season

The names at the top of the National Hunt trainers’ championship may be familiar, but one of the stories of the jumps season has been the re-emergence of Milton Harris. Harris amassed 172 winners over a 10-year period before filing for bankruptcy in 2011 and having his licence removed by the British Horseracing Authority. Following […]

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Saint Calvados delivers impressive Oaksey success

Saint Calvados produced a dominant front-running display to claim top honours in the bet365 Oaksey Chase at Sandown. A field of just four runners went to post for the Grade Two contest, with King George third Saint Calvados the even-money favourite to register his first victory since joining Paul Nicholls. There was drama at the […]

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Power backing Time To Get Up to make Irish National impact

The BoyleSports Irish Grand National takes centre stage at Fairyhouse on Monday and Robbie Power is looking forward to trying to win the race for a second time aboard Jonjo O’Neill’s raider Time To Get Up. O’Neill is no stranger to success in the three-mile-five-furlong marathon, having saddled Butler’s Cabin (2007) and Shutthefrontdoor (2014) to […]

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Perfect Power charged up for Greenham stamina test

Perfect Power bids to answer a significant stamina question on his return to action in the Watership Down Too Darn Hot Greenham Stakes at Newbury on Saturday. Trained by Richard Fahey, last season’s Norfolk Stakes winner progressed to take two Group One contests – the Prix Morny at Deauville and the Middle Park at Newmarket. […]

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Ameynah stakes Classic claim with Newmarket victory

Roger Varian is not ruling out a tilt at the Qipco 1000 Guineas with Ameynah after she impressed in the opening race at Newmarket on Wednesday. Runner-up over the course and distance in October, the daughter of Exceed And Excel was an even-money favourite to go one better on her return to action in the […]

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Rosy Redrum aiming to blossom at Aintree

Red Rum and Aintree are inseparable to racing fans – so Rosy Redrum can be expected to have plenty of support in the Goffs UK Nickel Coin Mares’ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race on Thursday. The Milton Harris-trained chestnut has a leading chance, too, and lines up for the Grade Two event having won […]

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Presenter Oli Bell going for Gold in the National

There are likely to be scenes of wild celebration in the ITV Racing studio at Aintree if Two For Gold can fulfil a lifelong dream for Oli Bell with victory in the Randox Grand National. The popular presenter will remarkably be having his fourth stab at the world’s most famous steeplechase, with The Rainbow Hunter […]

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