10-time Cheltenham Festival-winning Murphy was responsible for many talented, popular jumpers
By Irish Field Contributor on 05 September 2019
The race traditionally known as the 'four-miler' will now be run over just three miles and six furlongs, or specifically three miles five furlongs and 201 yards at the Cheltenham Festival
By Rory Delargy on 16 August 2019
Is it a few years too soon to add a mares-only chase to the Cheltenham Festival?
By Anne Marie Duff on 16 August 2019
From the battle between Mullins and Elliott, to the success of De Bromhead and Blackmore, Ryan McElligott looks back on the 2018/19 season
By Ryan McElligott on 26 April 2019
Havingagoodtime was much too good for her fellow juvenile fillies on a card restricted to mares' races at Cheltenham on Thursday
By Ian Carnaby on 19 April 2019
With the dust settled on another hectic Festival, Donn McClean provides his 10 talking points
By Donn McClean on 22 March 2019
With the future of the four-mile chase for amateur-ridden novices continuing to be debated - the BHA are likely to take action - what options do they have?
By Anne Marie Duff on 20 March 2019
Anne Marie Duff looks back at the highs and lows of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival
By Anne Marie Duff on 18 March 2019
Rory looks back at a few disasters and some thrilling triumphs over the Cheltenham Festival
By Rory Delargy on 15 March 2019
Severe bans for amateur riders on 'welfare' grounds proved one of the controversial incidents of the 2019 Festival
Ryan McElligott comments on a brilliant day of racing at Cheltenham on Thursday
Ryan McElligott reports on a day of brilliant racing at Cheltenham on Thursday
William Henry produced a late surge to deny Willie Mullins's Wicklow Brave in the Coral Cup
"We thought that he might be a graded horse over hurdles but he needed to be to win a race like this off 139"
Tiger Roll provided Gordon Elliott with a welcome first winner of the Festival in the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase