The Grand National is seen by many people as the most famous horse race in the world.
Day three of the Cheltenham Festival proved once again to be a great day for the Irish as they once again dominated. Irish trainers Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott were once again on fire with multiple winners in what was a great day’s action.
The Cheltenham festival is just round the corner and people are already eagerly anticipating one race in particular.
Sunday’s first race of the day at Cheltenham sees a number of interesting contenders take to the tracks, and this class 3 races showcases some of the best talent from around the country. Read more
Wednesday’s race at Kempton – the second-to-last of the evening – doesn’t appear too exciting at first, with few of the runners commanding any major respect within the racing industry… Read more
Wednesday the 25th October appears to be a fantastic day for racing enthusiasts, and the 16:05 at Newmarket is one of the more revered races of the day, with a whopping £7,000 prize pool up for grabs… Read more
Wednesday’s 14:35 at Sedgefield looks to be one of the more interesting racecards of the day, and this 2M, 5F 28Y race looks set to take place in relatively good conditions, with good-good to soft ground setting the scene for what should be an action-packed race… Read more
There has been an ongoing saga in horse racing just recently in regard to former Champion jockey Davy Russell.
The Hillhouse Quarry Supporting the Ayrshire Hospice Handicap Class 5 race is one of the best races of the day, and with 17 runners, it may look, on the outside, as though picking a winner is going to be next to near impossible – but follow our tips below, and you’ll see that there’s actually quite a lot of decent value to be found here. Read more
Thursday’s second race at Ayr sees a number of more-than-capable entrees to the renowned J.H. Commercials Handicap Class 4 race, and with 14 runners, it may sound like a tough race to pick – but as you’ll see below, there are a few horses that stand out from the rest of the pack. Read more