Tony McCormick

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Nov 12

Mal Boyle stats – Saturday 12th

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Nov 11

Mal Boyle stats – Friday 11th

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Nov 10

Mal Boyle stats – Thursday 10th

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Nov 09

Mal Boyle stats – Wednesday 9th

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Nov 08

Rich Ricci

Rich Ricci is looking forward to seeing his exciting new recruits strut their stuff on the track this winter. With a string of more than 50 horses, all under the care of Willie Mullins, Ricci is looking to some of his recent acquisitions proving their worth. Ricci owned three-time Cheltenham Festival winner Vautour, who had …

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Nov 08

Mal Boyle Stats – Tuesday 8th

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Oct 18

Paul Ferguson’s Jumpers To Follow

Paul Ferguson’s Jumpers To Follow has become an indispensable guide for the jumps season and is available to order now. The 10th edition will be produced in full colour for the first time and includes: • Foreword by top National Hunt trainer, Charlie Longsdon • In-depth analysis of Paul’s 40 Leading Prospects for the season …

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Oct 18

The Final Flight Jumps Guide

Written by author and horse racing fanatic Grant Copson and assisted by racing analysis Lee Lewis, the 2016 edition of The Final Flight Jumps Guide includes contributions by racecourse commentator and At The Races presenter Mike Cattermole, leading bloodstock agent Tom Malone and Racing Post’s well-known paddock watcher Ken Pitterson. Richard Johnson, the 2016 Champion …

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Oct 18

National Hunt Book Reviews

A number of National Hunt Books reviewed by Tony McCormick for the 2016/17 Jumps Season. Tony writes a weekly column for Johnston Press, called Racing Ahead, previewing racing around the country and the North and East Yorkshire race tracks.

Oct 18

Dan Skelton

Dan Skelton continued his quick ascent up the training ranks in 2015/16 by winning his largest amount of prize money, training his highest number of winners and saddling his first Cheltenham Festival victor. Here, the Warwickshire trainer discusses his progressive string which could lead him to further glories. Dan Skelton celebrated a first Cheltenham Festival …

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Oct 18

Sporting Life – Notebook

Apasionado Showed ability in three runs in bumpers in Ireland before joining his new yard and made an impressive start when winning a reasonably well contested bumper at Market Rasen (24/09). He doesn’t appear to be anything out of the ordinary but he should continue to progress and showed more than enough here to believe …

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Oct 18

Henry De Bromhead

It’s all change at Henry de Bromhead’s progressive yard for 2016/17 as while he’s no longer training for owner Alan Potts he has been sent a number of former Willie Mullins inmates from Gigginstown and also has new recruits from other trainers on either side of the Irish Sea.   Henry de Bromhead has steadily …

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Oct 18

Friday Stat Attack – Results

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Oct 18

Mal Boyle’s Friday Stats

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Oct 18

Sunday Stat Attack – Results

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Oct 18

Mal Boyle’s Sunday Stats

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Oct 18

Saturday Stat Attack – Results

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Oct 18

Mal Boyle’s Weekend Stats

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Oct 03

Jack Berry House Malton

Jack Berry House officially opened its doors on Monday 20th April with a number of current and retired jockeys calling in to view all the facilities on offer. Jack Berry House contains a state-of-the-art gym, hydrotherapy pool and associated respite units together with Moller House, the home of the resident site manager, Jo Russell. Established to assist …

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Oct 03

Irish Injured Jockeys Fund

Irish Injured Jockeys raises funds and increases awareness of the requirement for public funding to provide for our injured jockeys. Irish Injured Jockeys works with individual cases and also supports The Jockeys Emergency Fund, The Drogheda Memorial Fund and The Irish Jockeys Trust. Irish Injured Jockeys was set up in 2014 to increase awareness and raise …

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