Colbert Station, an Aintree Grand National entry, is one of 16 horses left in Saturday’s Webster Cup Chase at Navan.

Cheltenham wound up a bonanza but the odds are sliding dramatically against an Irish success in Saturday week’s A(...)

Injured jockey Ruby Walsh joined Whitewater Shopping Centre developer Seán Mulryan this week to mark eight years of trading at the centre in Newbridge, Co Kildare. More than five million shoppers go through Whitewater each year

Holy moly, are property developers back in fashion? It was interesting this week to witness the glitz and glamour surrounding the eighth(...)

Ruby Walsh, who is recovering from surgery on a broken arm on Friday following a fall in at the Cheltenham Festival, has begun receiving messages of support on Twitter after receiving death threats. Photograph:  Mike Hewitt/Getty Images

Support has been growing on Twitter for Jockey Ruby Walsh who was last week the subject of death threats on the social media site over his comm(...)

Ruby Walsh falls from  Abbyssial at Cheltenham. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Jockey Ruby Walsh is reported in good spirits after having undergone surgery on a broken arm on Friday. Walsh will be sidelined for at le(...)

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(...)

Ruby Walsh is surrounded by galloping horses and rolled on by Abbyssial after the Willie Mullins-trained four-year-old fell in the JCB Triumph Hurdle   at Cheltenham yesterday.

Cheltenham 2014 took a heavy toll on the sport’s top jockeys with Ruby Walsh and Daryl Jacob joining Bryan Co(...)

Bryan Cooper

Bryan Cooper had more surgery on his broken leg yesterday and it could be up to 10 days before the jockey can return to Ireland after(...)

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 Willie Mullins:  Are Ya Right Chief attempts to become the first Irish-trained winner of the Midlands Grand National in eight years

The Willie Mullins bandwagon rolls 90 miles north up the M5 to Uttoxeter today where Are Ya Right Chief attempts to become the(...)

Ruby Walsh  falls from Abbyssial, suffering an arm injury in the process. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

Ruby Walsh’s Cheltenham Festival came to a premature end after a crashing fall in the first race left him nursing a broken arm. The rider(...)

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