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A Twitter meme entitled “Four horses which mean a lot to me" provided a diversion from more serious matters this week - Rory picks his top four
By Rory Delargy on 27 March 2020
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Rory pays tribute to retiring starter and former jockey Simon McNeill
By Rory Delargy on 20 March 2020
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Truckers Lodge had finished second to Potters Corner in the Welsh equivalent in December and battled on for success in Uttoxeter
By Rory Delargy on 20 March 2020
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McFabulous, trained by Paul Nicholls, ran out an impressive winner of the EBF Final
By Rory Delargy on 20 March 2020
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Rory Delargy takes a look at Saturday's action at Kempton and Uttoxeter
By Rory Delargy on 13 March 2020
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In a strangely muted atmosphere at Cheltenham, there was more talk of Boris Hohnson's COBRA meeting than Richard Johnson’s chances of stealing a march on Apple’s Jade in the Stayers’ Hurdle
By Rory Delargy on 13 March 2020
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Rory Delargy meets some regular Irish Cheltenham visitors to the Beehive pub in Montpelier where the road home is taken very late each night
By Rory Delargy on 13 March 2020
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Rory's not sure whether to shake hands at Cheltenham's opening day and then was swept into the circle of the thrilled Imperial Racing Syndicate after Imperial Aura won
By Rory Delargy on 13 March 2020
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Threats to racing from coronavirus and the relationship Sheikh Mohammed enjoys with British racing are topics to query this week
By Rory Delargy on 06 March 2020
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The former French-trained gelding Glen Sheil looks ideally suited by trip and surface, and can beat higher-rated rivals
By Rory Delargy on 06 March 2020
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