Rooneys decide to lift Cheltenham exile

Owners Paul and Clare Rooney have lifted their self-imposed ban of entering horses at Cheltenham as their injury fears have been eased.
The owners decided in January not to enter any of their horses at the famous Cotswold course as they were worried about the greater risk of injury there. Ho read more...

O’Brien to wait on Fakir D’Oudairies decision

Trainer Joseph O'Brien admits he doesn't yet know which race the highly-fancied Fakir D'Oudairies will go for at Cheltenham next month.
Speaking at a press event to preview the Festival at Punchestown on Wednesday, O'Brien has admitted he's yet to find out the plan for Fakir D'Oudairies, who read more...

Smith pondering Stayers’ for Midnight Shadow

Sue Smith is willing to leave it as long as possible before deciding if Midnight Shadow will run in the Sun Racing Stayers' Hurdle.
The six-year-old followed up his win in the Relkeel Hurdle at Cheltenham on New Year's Day with a disappointing 11th-placed finish in the Cleeve Hurdle over thr read more...

Reynolds uncertain over Percy outing

Philip Reynolds is unsure if Presenting Percy will feature in the Bobbyjo Chase at Fairyhouse ahead of his Cheltenham Gold Cup bid.
The Pat Kelly trained eight-year-old is favourite to clinch Gold Cup success at Prestbury Park next month but could go into the race without a run over fences i read more...

Elliott mulling over Samcro plans

Trainer Gordon Elliott says no decision has been made on where Samcro will be racing next.
Samcro was last seen finishing a disappointing fifth at Leopardstown on December 29 in the Ryanair Hurdle and connections have been deliberating the options for last year's star novice hurdler. The sev read more...

Summerville aimed at Aintree

Trainer Tom George says Summerville Boy is in good shape and is being primed for a run at Aintree.
After two poor runs in December, Summerville Boy was found to have suffered a hairline fracture of his right hind femur and the camp have been working hard to get the six-year-old back to full read more...

Envoi Allen aimed at Champion Bumper

Cheveley Park's managing director, Chris Richardson, claims Envoi Allen is being aimed at the Champion Bumper next month.
With the Cheltenham Festival edging ever closer, connections are considering the best option for the Gordon Elliott-trained star who has won each of his three bumpers for read more...

Nicholls has high hopes for Clan

Paul Nicholls claims there is much more to come from Clan Des Obeaux following his impressive display in the Denman Chase.
The seven-year-old backed up his King George VI success with a fine victory in the Denman Chase and now all eyes on what he can achieve at the upcoming Cheltenham Festiv read more...

Crucial Tips to Boost Your Horse Racing Winnings

How do serious punters make a success of racing betting? We take a look at a few crucial factors to improve your wagering performance.
Never stop analysing Statistics and analysis have been at the heart of horse racing for many years, but technology has moved the field forward at a r read more...