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Willie Mullins Interview

Willie Mullins Interview

Willie gave an interview to Gary O’Brien of At The Races Interview date: 24th October 2014

Punchestown Preview

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Punchestown Preview

Punchestown host Wednesday afternoon’s meeting and here are Martin Pennington’s views on the racing:    13:05 Mr Diablo was impressive in winning a good ground bumper here back in May by thirteen lengths from Sir Scorpion who’d previously finished runner-up behind the useful looking Moon Racer in a valuable contest at Fairyhouse.  The son of […]

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Galway Preview

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Galway Preview

The second of Galway’s two day meeting takes place this Monday.  Here are the thoughts of Martin Pennington on the racing:    13:35 Lord Scoundrel seems to be getting the hang of racing having won his last two under wildly different ground conditions for trainer Gordon Elliott.  The five year old gelding took his fifth […]

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Thurles Preview

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Thurles Preview

Thurles plays host to a small but select seven race card this Thursday.  Here are the thoughts of Martin Pennington on the racing:   14:15 Dazzling Susie should prove hard to beat here for trainer John Phelan if employing her usual front running tactics.  The daughter of Stowaway was ridden with slightly more restraint than […]

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‘Insiders’ Insight Micro System

Insiders Insight Pack – FREE Micro System  

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Punchestown Preview

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Punchestown Preview

The second day of Punchestown’s two day midweek meeting features a number of intriguing races.  Here are Martin Pennington’s views on the racing:      14:15 Roscommon bumper winner Fill Your Hands finished a promising third of five behind Egyptian Warrior when making his hurdling debut at the Listowel Festival last month.  Tony Martin’s charge […]

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Fairyhouse Preview

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Fairyhouse Preview

National Hunt takes centre stage at Fairyhouse this Saturday with a competitive card getting under way at 14:15. Here are the thoughts of Martin Pennington on the racing:      14:15 Redrobin has run well on his three hurdling outings to date finishing runner-up last time out behind Jamesmicheal at Roscommon at the end of […]

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Dundalk Preview

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Dundalk Preview

The weekly Dundalk evening fixtures started last month and here are Martin Pennington’s thoughts on Friday evening’s racing:   17:40 Blackbriar has been keeping decent company in her first season racing. The daughter of Kyllachy got off the mark at the seventh time of asking at Cork at the start of August having previously contested […]

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Tramore Preview

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Tramore Preview

Tramore returns this Thursday with a seven race card getting under way with a maiden hurdle at 14:45.  Here are the thoughts of Martin Pennington on the racing:   14:45 Eoin Doyle’s runners are always to be respected at this venue and he saddles the five year old Shaiyzar in this opening contest.  The son […]

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The Sales Beckon For Pale Mimosa

A close fourth in last year’s Long Distance Cup on Champions Day at Ascot, Pale Mimosa has enjoyed another fine season in the staying ranks, with her defeat of the Queen’s Estimate in the Lonsdale Cup at York in August the undoubted highlight. She came up narrowly short when favourite to claim Group One glory […]

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Sizing V Rebel Is On!

Mick Winters is keen to give Rebel Fitz one more run before a potentially mouthwatering Christmas clash with Sizing Europe at Leopardstown. Writes The Irish Field After making a successful return from injury on the Flat at Listowel last month, the Grade One-winning nine-year-old returned to jumping action in the Istabraq Hurdle at Tipperary and again […]

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Gordon Elliott Stable Tour

From Over 400 people attended Gordon Elliott’s ‘Owners Open Day’ at his stables, Cullentra House. Elliott has over 100 horses in training and his guests were treated to a parade of his stable stars and got to see some of the youngsters in action on his impressive gallops. The trainer who was crowned champion handler […]

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Tipperary Preview

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Tipperary Preview

Tippery plays host to this afternoon’s racing with a competitive card featuring a couple of decent looking beginners chases:   14:25 Cloudy Rock came to rules racing with a big reputation following an easy success in a Kinsale point-to-point last October.  The daughter of Cloudings has twice been a beaten odds-on favourite with efforts at […]

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Rebel Fitz Wins Istabraq Hurdle

From irishracing.com He may not have always been super slick at his flights but that couldn’t detract from another quality performance from Rebel Fitz as he landed odds of 30/100 under Barry Geraghty in the Grade 2 Istabraq Hurdle at Tipperary.Mick Winters’ star chased second favourite Darwins Fox through this two miler and he took […]

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Rich Ricci Interview

Powerful owner and snappy dresser Rich Ricci talks to Matt Chapman about his superstar string he has with Willie Mullins…  

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Gowran Park Preview

The Grade 2 PWC Champion Chase sees the seasonal debut of Sizing Europe and provides the highlight of an all National Hunt card at Gowran Park this Saturday.  Here are Martin Pennington’s thoughts on that and the rest of the racing at the picturesque venue:    14:25 Bay Hill made a promising hurdling debut when […]

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Paul Ferguson’s Jumper To Follow 2014 – 2015

The eighth annual edition of Jumpers To Follow provides a look ahead to the 2014-15 National Hunt Season. Includes 40 leading prospects for the season, Irish horses to follow, a whistle stop tour of the yards of the country, a jockey’s view from Nick Scholfield, Jane Mangan, Bredan Powell, Jamie Codd and various other sections to […]

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Clonmel Preview

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Clonmel Preview

Clonmel is the venue for Thursday’s racing with a competitive National Hunt card.  Here are Martin Pennington’s thoughts on the racing:   14:15 War Of The Pennys has been running well for trainer Michael Cullen this Summer having finished first past the post at Tramore prior to being disqualified in a race awarded to Meldrum […]

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Dettori to Rule The World?

Frankie Dettori will attempt to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for a fourth time at Longchamp on Sunday after he was confirmed as the rider of Ruler Of The World, last year’s Derby winner, in the European season’s showpiece event. Ryan Moore, meanwhile, could yet pick up a ride in the race at […]

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“Just pure luck”: Stable lad who scooped £1million

From 2012 Stable lad Conor Murphy has spoken for the first time about becoming a millionaire after a £50 Cheltenham bet and described it as “just pure luck”. Conor, who hit the jackpot after backing five of his boss’s runners, placed the bet last December and “didn’t think much about it”. Lambourn-based trainer Nicky Henderson […]

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