Elliott reassesses Tiger Roll’s plans

Grand National hero Tiger Roll's trainer Gordon Elliott is deciding his plans before another tilt at Cheltenham Festival glory.
Tiger Roll memorably won the Aintree showpiece in April after previous high-profile victories at the Festival in both 2017 and 2018. The eight-year-old was back ove read more...

Missed Approach targeting Grand National

The Warren Greatrex trained Missed Approach may have tilt at the Grand National after going well in a recent run at Aintree.
Despite having a poor start, the enthusiastic display on show saw him lead the Becher Handicap Chase briefly before exertions took their toll and he tumbled down to si read more...

Laurina set to miss Cheltenham

The Willie Mullins says it is unlikely Laurina will take part in the Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham on Saturday.
Laurina is one of the most highly thought of runners over the two mile distance having achieved very good results in her fleeting career. At this year's Cheltenham Fest read more...

Moore reveals Frodon Cheltenham hopes

Gary Moore is hoping that Frodon races in the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup at Cheltenham to boost Baron Alco's bid for Cheltenham success.
The West Sussex trainer is aware that Frodon tops the weights for the race with his own charge Baron Alco on 12lb less in the handicap. But, if Frodon's train read more...

No distance worries for Kemboy camp

Connections of Kemboy do not feel the step up in trip will be an issue in the Savills Chase at Leopardstown.
Last month's win at Clonmel marked the perfect start to the six-year-old's season and a festive outing is now planned, as Willie Mullins and his staff plot their way to a run in the R read more...

January return for Saint

Harry Whittington says he has some January targets for Saint Calvados after his third in the Tingle Creek.
After opening his season with a win at Naas, he was 19 lengths behind the brilliant Altior at Sandown although there were signs of encouragement to take from a miserable afternoon weath read more...

Mullins has high hopes for Un De Sceaux

Trainer Willie Mullins says he is optimistic regarding the season ahead for Un De Sceaux after his strong showing at Sandown.
Un De Sceaux looked in great shape on Saturday as he put in an impressive performance in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase, only to come second to their highly-rated Alt read more...

Reynolds reveals Presenting Percy hopes

Owner Philip Reynolds has revealed Presenting Percy is being considered for the Savills Chase at Leopardstown.
The talented runner was expected to get his season up and running at Punchestown in the John Durkan Memorial Chase but was withdrawn with the going unsuitable. Now connections are c read more...