Eating a pie doesn’t make you a, “legend.”

Regardless of the football colours you put on each weekend, there is one rule that should unite us all… Don’t buy The Sun newspaper. In fact it goes further than that, if you’re in the limelight you should not collaborate with The Sun, if you’re a normal human being you should not associate in anyway with … More Eating a pie doesn’t make you a, “legend.”

Betfair Hurdle Preview

Britain’s richest handicap takes place on Saturday afternoon featuring in a card, I deem as the final substantial one in this country before the Cheltenham Festival, obviously we have Leopardstown across the sea on Sunday which is no doubt, one of the most prestigious days this season but everything leads towards the Cotswolds after this … More Betfair Hurdle Preview

Mulling over Mullins

  There is much to reflect upon when looking back over the fantastic weekend’s racing we just witnessed. With the Gold Cup favourite narrowly defeated by a valiant performance from the late Many Clouds, the turbulence of the Irish Arkle and lack of appearance or true performances from some of Mullins’ star performers, it’s safe to … More Mulling over Mullins

Saturday: 28/01/2017

Saturday is treating us to a fantastic days racing. We have the Clarence House moved to Cheltenham from last week as part of a massive nine race card. We also have the talented Mullins mare, Vroum Vroum Mag running up at Doncaster, it’s set to be a great day and thats not taking into account what comes … More Saturday: 28/01/2017

What do we know about Mullins’ Melon?

  With less than two months to the Cheltenham Festival many will either have their, ‘muggy accas,’ all sorted out, or they’ll be filing through the potential candidates for each race and whittling down to their four or five, ‘good things,’ for the week. It wouldn’t be Cheltenham without a Willie Mullins or Rich Ricci hype … More What do we know about Mullins’ Melon?