The Willie Mullins-trained mare can gain compensation for her narrow defeat in the Cheltenham Grade 1
Jack Kennedy drove Black Tears to beat the Mullins-trained hot favourite Concertisa
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 March 2021
The first running of the Grade 2 Mares Chase at the Festival looks a bit underwhelming
The mares' handicap hurdle gave a smaller stable a slice of the DRF bonanza
Rachael Blackmore spoke to Anne Marie Duff last summer about her rise to the top of National Hunt racing
Rachael Blackmore and Honeysuckle combined for another Grade 1 success in the Mares' Hurdle
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 March 2020
The Mares' Hurdle is sure to be one of the most exciting races of the Festival
By Irish Field Contributor on 09 March 2020
Topics: Flat stars but designed for National Hunt stallion careers and is there still a battle for continued recognition for female riders?
The brilliant Gigginstown House Stud-owned mare can add to her seven Grade 1 wins
Altior was asked to quicken off an unexacting pace, and would have to be truly remarkable to win by the kind of margin expected
Faugheen and Annie Power are back on track for the festival and have entries in the Champion Hurdle and Stayers Hurdle
By Irish Field Contributor on 20 January 2017
Annie Power had earned the right to make her name among the top hurdlers and not just against her own sex
Annie Power will hope for better luck this time if she lines up for the OLBG Mares Hurdle
Looking forward, looking back - a round up of some talking points of the last week
The Jessica Harrington-trained mare can step up to top level and see off the Mullins challenge
The Mullins yard suffered their only setback when Annie Power crashed out with the race at her mercy but stablemate Glens Melody went one better than last year
The addition to the National Hunt programme of mares only races is now bearing fruit with many exciting contenders for top honours
"The worry is that Cheltenham chiefs will succumb to commercial pressures by introducing a fifth day at the meeting"
Robin Geffen's exciting mare could only finish third at Sandown but looks sure to win more races
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