Leo Powell assesses the market for yearlings so far this autumn, and unearths a nugget of valuable information
Leo Powell hears of the plans afoot for racing festivals at Galway and Down Royal
Leo Powell unearths a fascinating statistic among the list of dual winners of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
Leo Powell looks this week at some success stories that should encourage people to get involved in ownership
Leo Powell looks back at Irish Champions Weekend, and encourages more participation in one of racing's best self-help schemes
Leo Powell issues a challenge to everyone in racing to get out and support Irish Champions Weekend in person
Leo Powell pays tribute to Toss Taaffe and Stan Cosgrove, both of whom died this week
Leo Powell welcomes the news that Japan will have its first runner in Ireland, and hopes Irish racegoers turn out to acknowldge this piece of racing history
Patrick Wafer's Parkmore Evita and her Tyson colt foal won The Irish Field Breeders' Championship at Dublin Horse Show on Friday afternoon
Leo Powell looks at the need for funding for the Itish sport horse sector, in the week when Saudi Arabia launches the world's richest race
Leo Powell celebrates two Goodwood achievements, and hopes both lead on to better things
Leo Powell salutes successful breeders in both codes, thoroughbred and sport horse
Leo Powell says that the British Open golf victory for Shane Lowry, and Frankie Dettori’s magical year, show the value and importance of self-belief. How do you actually come to believe in yourself?
Leo Powell hopes that the upcoming yearling sale season follows the example of Japan
Leo Powell was a guest of Roscommon racecourse last Monday and heard praise galore for Michael Finneran
Leo Powell pays a personal and professional tribute to renowned photojournalist Ruth Rogers, and remembers John Corocoran
Leo Powell pays tribute to successful owner-breeders, the backbone of breeding at the highest levels
Leo Powell enjoyed great racing this week, but also met some great characters
Leo Powell attended the launch of findings into research on horse ownership by members of the traveller community
The travelling community in Ireland and Royal Ascot are poles apart, but both need to exercise more openness, writes Leo Powell
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