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Daragh Ó Conchúir talks to Walter Connors, National Hunt stock producer and veterinary surgeon
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 12 July 2019
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The overall Champion Hurdle figures did not mark up well on time but did have an impressive winner
By Simon Rowlands on 15 March 2019
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Cheltenham coverage on ITV was a mixture of racing and 'social' comments
By Anne Marie Duff on 15 March 2019
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Espoir D'Allen is only the second five-year-old to win since See You Then in 1985 when claiming a brilliant victory in the Unibet Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham
By Ryan McElligott on 15 March 2019
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Presenting Percy is favourite at around 3/1 for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Did he justify that at Gowran Park?
By Simon Rowlands on 01 February 2019
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Limerick threw up a performance that is noteworthy that of Espoir D’Allen; Top Ville Ben won a novice chase at Wetherby by 46 lengths
By Simon Rowlands on 04 January 2019
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Barry Geraghty talks to Daragh Ó Conchúir about changing times around life in the saddle
By Daragh Ó Conchúir on 02 February 2018
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"Plenty of juvenile hurdles are falsely run, but the championship events are less so, and experience of jumping at speed throughout a race has to be regarded as a positive"
By Simon Rowlands on 05 January 2018
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Footpad is still second to Sceau Royal among novice chasers seen in Ireland and Britain
By Simon Rowlands on 29 December 2017
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Espoir D'Allen makes it four in a row since coming to Ireland while the rest of the day belongs to Henry de Bromhead
By Ryan McElligott on 29 December 2017
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Despite an impressive final half-mile time, Death Duty was still a little short of Cheltenham Festival-winning calibre
By Simon Rowlands on 08 December 2017
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Espoir D’Allen, Presenting Percy, Davids Charm and Downtown Getaway were the other winners at Fairyhouse on Sunday
By Alan Magee on 08 December 2017
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