Fred Winter

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Home By The Lee could be the answer in the Irish Grand National. Photograph: Caroline Norris/Inpho

The Boylesports Irish Grand National has a history of family success and Home By The Lee could continue that tradition in style on Easter Monday. Jos(...)

  Rachael Blackmore riding A Plus Tard clear the last to win the Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase at Cheltenham Racecourse in March  2019. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty Images

Rachael Blackmore bids to become the first jockey in 24 years to complete the Champion Hurdle-Gold Cup double at Cheltenham on Friday. Tony McCoy ma(...)

Jack Kennedy on Envoi Allen wins the Sky Bet Killiney Novice Steeplechase at Punchestown. Photograph: Inpho

Envoi Allen is reported to be settling in well after his move to Henry de Bromhead’s yard. The unbeaten seven-year-old is arguably the most exciting (...)

Mark Walsh on Off You Go wins The Gaelic Plant Hire Leopardstown Handicap Steeplechase. Photograph: Inpho

Charles Byrnes has insisted he was in no way negligent in relation to the Viking Hoard case. On Tuesday the trainer will appeal a six month ban impo(...)

 Keith Donoghue riding Tiger Roll clear of the last to win The Glenfarclas Steeple Chase at Cheltenham last year. Photograph: Alan Crowhurst/Getty

Generally speaking, Irish racing fans aren’t partial to the more sentimental excesses that some racehorses can provoke in Britain. But Wednesday’s C(...)

 Lagostovegas, with Conor Hoban up, on their way to winning the Shabra Charity Handicap at Leopardstown. Photo: Cody Glenn/Sportsfile via Getty Images

1:30 – Mr Adjudicator One of the challenges of Cheltenham is rating the respective quality of the UK and Irish novices that haven’t run against each(...)

Paul Townend on Next Destination comes home to win the Novice Chase at Naas in January. Willie Mullins has a horse that in most years would boast an outstanding profile for Ballymore Novice Hurdle. Photograph: Inpho

Cheltenham is unique but close your eyes and theoretically the most eagerly-anticipated novice event of the week can be reduced to an everyday Irish (...)

OLBG Hurdle champion Apple’s Jade (right) has been nominated by owner Michael O’Leary as his best Cheltenham hope. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

The most discussed creature at Naas on Sunday might have been the upcoming “beast from the east” although Cheltenham’s boss predicts it won’t get it’s(...)

Trainer  Gordon Elliott. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Frankel maintained his 100 per cent record as a sire over jumps as Commentariolus made a winning debut in a maiden hurdle at Fairyhouse. A maiden on (...)

Lizzie Kelly on Tea For Two goes on to win the 50 Betway Bowl Chase at Aintree. Photograph:  Andrew Boyers/Reuters

Lizzie Kelly celebrated a huge success at Aintree as Tea For Two saw off the gallant Cue Card in the Betway Bowl. Kelly made history in December 201(...)

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