Gordon Elliott's dimunitive chaser is now a genuine household name after a magical second Grand National success
By Ian Carnaby on 12 April 2019
The Game Changer has some top-class form in the book and was making a long awaited return to the winners' enclosure
By Thomas Weekes on 01 September 2017
It's been a year of phenomenal success for Irish jump racing, but are we in a healthy place?
By Anne Marie Duff on 28 April 2017
Identity Thief claimed the Fighting Fifth Hurdle for Gigginstown House Stud last year
By Irish Field Contributor on 25 November 2016
Ruby Walsh landed the first Grade 1 prize of the National Hunt season in superior style on Valseur Lido in Down Royal's JNwine Champion Chase; Gordon Elliott trained six winners at the festival
By Michael Graham on 11 November 2016
One advantage of Willie Mullins' domination is that we're seeing the best horses in the best care being trained to the best of their ability. Robbie McNamara asks how can this not be good for racing?
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 January 2016