It was a jumps season that gave many memorable moments, to many different people
Mares claimed three of the first day’s four Grade 1 prizes in Cheltenham courtesy of Put The Kettle On, Epatante and Honeysuckle
Following a few bad falls by mares who were in foal - do we need to look at whether they should be allowed run over jumps?
A top-class mare with a 7lb allowance is always going to be tough to beat
Apple's Jade put up one of the performances of the season at Punchestown but she'll in effectively drop back in class for the Mares' Hurdle at the festival of jump racing
Despite attracting big fields, questions have been asked on the quality of the mares' novice hurdle on the Festival card
Eoghain Ward looks forward to the new point season where the scheduling of four-year-old mares’ maidens has again drawn notable criticism
The promotion of mares' races got its reward at Fairyhouse with a thrilling Grade 1 to match the Cheltenham mares' race
The comparisons between star names in different sports attracting an audience doesn't transfer into racing
It's the participation that drives the sport and that is what the dominance of one trainer is threatening
Ahead of the Tattersalls National Hunt Sale, Daragh Ó Conchúir seeks to find the secret of sales success from leading vendor Frank Motherway
Topics of interest this week are mares races, a National Hunt Festival overdose and some twitter trivia
Despite some pundits still questioning its place at the Cheltenham Festival, Anne Marie Duff believes this year's Mares Hurdle is a race to look forward to
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