Daragh Ó Conchúir talks to Walter Connors, National Hunt stock producer and veterinary surgeon
The overall Champion Hurdle figures did not mark up well on time but did have an impressive winner
Cheltenham coverage on ITV was a mixture of racing and 'social' comments
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
Presenting Percy is favourite at around 3/1 for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Did he justify that at Gowran Park?
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
Barry Geraghty talks to Daragh Ó Conchúir about changing times around life in the saddle
"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"
Footpad is still second to Sceau Royal among novice chasers seen in Ireland and Britain
Espoir D'Allen makes it four in a row since coming to Ireland while the rest of the day belongs to Henry de Bromhead
Despite an impressive final half-mile time, Death Duty was still a little short of Cheltenham Festival-winning calibre
Espoir D’Allen, Presenting Percy, Davids Charm and Downtown Getaway were the other winners at Fairyhouse on Sunday
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