Davy Russell: “It’s seventh heaven. It’s a lesson for anybody who gets knocked through your life or career; you keep your mouth shut and move on.” Photograph: David Davies/PA

Lord Windermere might not have won the best renewal of this feature event but never in the 90 year history of steeplechasing’s greatest prize h(...)

Owner Michael O’Leary congratulates jockey Paul Carberry  after Very Well won the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle  at Cheltenham yesterday.

Lord Windermere’s Gold Cup was the highlight of a stunning six Irish-trained winners on the final day of Cheltenh(...)

Trainer Noel Meade

Very Wood’s jumping career hasn’t yet hit the heights expected of him but a step up in trip should help Noel Mead(...)

Ruby Walsh returns on Briar Hill following their victory in the Weatherbys Champion Bumper at last March’s Cheltenham Festival. The partnership are fancied to land tomorrow’s Grade One €70,000 Navan Novice Hurdle.

Even by Irish standards, just four runners in tomorrow’s €70,000 Navan Novice Hurdle is a below average Grade One turnout in terms of quantity, but Br(...)

Jockey Tony McCoy

Nearly quarter of a century after Norton ’s Coin sprang the ultimate Cheltenham Gold Cup shock, Rebecca Curtis can strike a Grade One blow for (...)