Trainer Jonjo O'Neill still has faith in Minella Rocco who placed runner up in last year's Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup
By Irish Field Contributor on 23 February 2018
Anne Holland's new book Festival Fever features a long essay on Jonjo O'Neill, the only man to ride and train 100 winners in a National Hunt season
By Irish Field Contributor on 08 December 2017
Kelvingrove and Mustmeetalady score for Jonjo O'Neill at Haydock last Saturday which sets him up nicely for the Punchestown Festival
Vics Canvas will not be back to Aintree to have another go at the Grand National but More Of That is being aimed at the race by Jonjo O'Neill
On the 30th anniversary of Dawn Run's historic Gold Cup win, Guy Williams recalls the moments when all of Ireland watched as "the mare" began to get up.....
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 February 2016
Mark Costello picks out nine talking points from the 2015 meeting
Jonjo O'Neill provided a winner for the champion jockey in the Michael Tabor colours
Rory Delargy picked up reactions from some leading trainers at the Cheltenham press conference to publish the handicap weights
The O'Neill team bounced back with two winners last weekend and are hitting form at the right time
Alan King's high class chaser stepped up to two and a half miles with an impressive success at Kempton
Grade 1 wins by Silviniaco Conti help Paul Nicholls regain the British trainers' title
Alan King's former Cheltenham winner was a worthy winner as World Hurdle winner More Of That was a disappointing third
Bookies much too quick to write off World Hurdle hero, More Of That, who has time on his side
Plenty of Irish interest at Saint-Cloud where Willie Mullins snapped up a possible replacement for Quevega
Philip Hobbs-trained Menorah a convincing 8/1 winner in high-class event
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