Down Royal stalwarts Jim Nicholson and Mike Todd are keen to reflect on a hugely successful two decades for the track
We need clarity regarding the future of Down Royal racecourse, the loss of which would be catastrophic for racing in Ireland
Leo Powell looks ahead to Down Royal's Magners Raceday and Her Majesty's Plate
Leo Powell looks at the offerings at Down Royal and Fairyhouse this summer
Mike Todd, who is the manager of Down Royal Racecourse, has been nominated for Platinum Manager of the Year in the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards
Down Royal racecourse said goodbye to another great year in 2017 with a big crowd in attendance for the Boxing Day meeting
Leo Powell speaks with Mike Todd following Down Royal's big success this week
That’s certainly the case when it comes to trips to Rio but everyone can have a great day out at Down’s Royal’s Festival of Racing
Leo Powell hears that all is set fair for a vintage Festival of Racing at Down Royal
Leo Powell continues his odyssey and makes Down Royal his 20th Irish racecourse to visit in 2017
Members of the High Flying Hooves Syndicate braved the elements as others sought comfort indoors
The two-day Northern Ireland Festival of Racing saw action on track and around the parade ring and kept everyone happy
Down Royal General Manager Mike Todd acclaims world-class competitive racing, amazing style, delicious food and great fun
Roray Best, the Irish rugby captain and Ulster hooker was among the attendance to launch Down Royal's festival of racing, reports Leo Powell
Leo Powell takes a closer look at one of Ireland's most innovative racecourses, Down Royal
Racecourse has appointed a new catering partner in advance of next month’s Northern Ireland Festival of Racing
As countdown continues to the Festival of Racing, Down Royal’s general manager is well pleased with condition of ground
A trip to Cape Town awaits the winner of the Victoria Square-sponsored competition at this year’s Festival of Racing
Magners Forbidden Flavours wants to bring a taste of the high life to one lucky fashionista at Down Doyal – it’s Vegas baby!
A suggestion that the JNwine.com Champion Chase was as much as 300 yards longer than advertised has been dismissed by the racecourse manager
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