Anyone under 50 is much more likely to bet online rather than traipse to a bookmakers.

Las Vegas must be a fundamentalist nightmare, precisely because Sin City is unashamedly fundamental too. It is gambling’s physical apotheosis, nakedly(...)

Home Of The Brave, ridden by jockey James Doyle, on the way to winning the Friarstown Stud Minstrel Stakes during day two of the Darley Irish Oaks Weekend at The Curragh Racecourse. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Racing correspondent English trainer Hugo Palmer put a perfect Group Three ribbon on his classic-winning Curragh weekend with Home Of The Brave’s dom(...)

Wedding Vow (centre) ridden by jockey Joseph O’Brien on the way to winning the Kilboy Estate Stakes at The Curragh.  Photo:  Brian Lawless/PA

Joseph O’Brien never got a shot at classic success as the Words beat only one home in Saturday’s Oaks but the former champion jockey pounced decisive(...)

Seamus Heffernan will partner Together Forever in the Darley Irish Oaks. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The Coolmore team paid out €40,000 to supplement Curvy into the Darley Irish Oaks and also have the regally bred Words to dominate the top of the bet(...)

Trainer Dermot Weld: will be hoping Brooch bounces back with a victory at the Curragh. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Dank’s 2013 Kilboy Estate Stakes victory was a prelude to Group One success and if there’s a future top-flight winner in Sunday’s Curragh feature it c(...)

The Turf Club is investigating the accuracy of comments made by amateur jockey Mikey O’Connor who has claimed the integrity body has unfairly refused (...)

Curvy ridden by Ryan Moore wins the Ribblesdale Stakes during Royal Ascot 2015. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Attacking the Darley Irish Oaks in force has worked well for Aidan O’Brien in the past and the champion trainer is putting the ammunition in place (...)

“The basic position is unsustainable whereby you can stand in a betting shop and pay a certain rate of tax on a bet, then stand outside, telephone a bet, and pay a different rate of tax,” says Horse Racing Ireland’s Brian Kavanagh. Photograph: Inpho.

Horse Racing Ireland’s chief executive has said there will be no delay to the upcoming introduction of a new betting tax system in this country despit(...)

John Gosden: trainer is expected to run Gretchen in Saturday’s evening’s €400,000 classic. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

The top of the Darley Irish Oaks betting is dominated by home-trained fillies but the shape of the cross-channel challenge will become clear at Tuesd(...)

Joseph O’Brien: the 22-year-old has had problems with his weight. Photograph:  Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Ryan Moore’s injury misfortune could turn into Group 1 opportunity for Joseph O’Brien when the Irishman teams up with Archangel Raphael in Longcham(...)