Keith Donoghue

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Tiger Roll and Keith Donoghue stroll to victory in The Ladbrokes Ireland Boyne Hurdle at Navan. Photograph:  Peter Mooney/Inpho

Gordon Elliott is favourite to be the Cheltenham Festival’s leading trainer for a third year in a row and Sunday’s 428-1 four-timer at Navan indicated(...)

Racegoers at  Leopardstown’s Christmas Festival yesterday. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Leopardstown’s authorities have apologised for “unacceptable” delays at the turnstiles when the track’s famous Christmas festival got under way on St (...)

Getabird made a mistake at the last fence as Hardline went on to win in Limerick. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Hardline capitalised on a mistake by the odds-on Getabird at the final fence to take the Grade One spoils in the Matchbook Betting Exchange Novice Cha(...)

Keith Donoghue celebrates winning the  Glenfarclas Chase at Cheltenham on Tiger Roll. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

There was a moment last Saturday, just as they took the Canal Turn for the second time, when Keith Donoghue had the same thought as the other half a d(...)

Winning Jockey Davy Russell and trainer Gordon Elliott (left) after winning the Randox Health Grand National Handicap Chase with Tiger Roll. Photo: David Davies/PA Wire

Gordon Elliott was still pinching himself the morning after claiming his second Randox Health Grand National with Tiger Roll. Eleven years on from sa(...)

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 (...)

Jack Kennedy gave 25/1 Labaik a brilliant ride to hand Gordon Elliott the first of his three opening day winners at Cheltenham. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Gordon Elliott transferred his domestic edge over Willie Mullins to Day One of Cheltenham with a superb 1,988-1 hat-trick packed to the festival rafte(...)

Ruby Walsh and Un de Sceaux made it six-from-six in his career to date with a pulverising front-running style victory by 53 lengths at Navan yesterday.

Flinging a ‘could-be-anything’ verdict at Un de Sceaux hardly scores points for precision but right now it does sum up a horse that looks possibly the(...)

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