Mulvany eyes Galway Hurdle

Trainer Michael Mulvany has revealed On The Go Again is being aimed at the Galway Hurdle.
The five-year-old bay gelding produced a brilliant performance on Monday to win the Heritage Stakes at Leopardstown, providing Mulvany with the first Listed success of his training career. On The Go Aga read more...

Tizzard confirms Cue Card retirement

Colin Tizzard's son and assistant Joe has confirmed the news that the legendary Cue Card has been retired.
One of the biggest and most popular names in the sport, Cue Card landed a massive win when triumphing in the 2010 Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival and that was the start of nu read more...

Pauling hints at Global Citizen injury

Trainer Ben Pauling believes Global Citizen may have pulled some muscles during his defeat at Aintree last week.
Global Citizen made the headlines in February when he won the Dovecote Novices' Hurdle at Kempton. Pauling skipped the Cheltenham Festival in order to keep his charge fresh but he read more...

Henderson excited for Punchestown test

Trainer Nicky Henderson has confirmed My Tent Or Yours will be fit to run in the BETDAQ Punchestown Champion Hurdle on April 28.
The 11-year-old has only raced twice this season, winning at Cheltenham in the Unibet International Hurdle. He was back in action at Aintree last week, finishing f read more...

Black Op claims Aintree consolation

Black Op secured a consolation after his Cheltenham Festival runner-up spot by winning the Betway Mersey Novices' Hurdle at Aintree.
The Tom George-trained seven-year-old failed to get the better of Samcro in the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle at Prestbury Park last month. And, despite being behi read more...

Elliott enjoying ‘unbelievable’ win

Gordon Elliott described Tiger Roll's victory in Saturday's Grand National at Aintree as

The Cullentra handler, who enjoyed his first taste of National success in the race 11 years ago through Silver Birch, faced an anxious few seconds as Davy Russell g read more...

Identity Thief has connections buzzing

Connections were pleased with Identity Thief after he coped with a step up in trip to land the Ryanair Stayers Hurdle at Aintree.
The eight-year-old had never before raced beyond two and a half miles but was sent out over three miles on Merseyside. Hopes were high that he could cope, with He read more...

Tiger on a roll with National glory

Tiger Roll held off the late attentions of Pleasant Company to win the Randox Health Grand National by a head.
The 10/1 shot, with Davy Russell on board, cruised to the head of affairs in the home straight and seemed to have put serious daylight between himself and Pleasant Company. However read more...

Emotional win for Lalor at Aintree

Lalor won the Betway Top Novices' Hurdle at Aintree less than three months after the death of his trainer Richard Woollacott.
The 40-year-old South Molton handler passed away at the age of 40 on January 23, but his wife Kayley opted to continue his work by taking Lalor to the Merseyside cour read more...

Henderson hails Might Bite display

Nicky Henderson described Might Bite's win in the Betway Bowl at Aintree as

good a round of jumping as you'll ever see
The 67-year-old trainer was unsure whether to pitch the nine-year-old into the race on the back of his scrap with Native River in last month's Chel read more...