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Ronan Groome talked to Willie Mullins, Henry de Bromhead, Harry Fry and Philip Hobbs ahead of the Punchestown Festival next week
By Ronan Groome on 26 April 2019
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Defi Du Seuil held off old rival Lostintranslation to claim the Grade 1 JLT Novices' Chase as he regained his juvenile form
By Ryan McElligott on 15 March 2019
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Defi Du Seuil battled it out with Lostintranslation to win the JLT Novices' Chase
By Irish Field Contributor on 14 March 2019
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Philip Hobbs paid tribute to the toughness of Defi Du Seuil, winner of the Grade 1 juvenile hurdle at Aintree
By Ian Carnaby on 07 April 2017
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Philip Hobbs had Defi Du Seuil primed to the second for a blistering run in the JCB Triumph Hurdle
By Ryan McElligott on 17 March 2017
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Philip Hobbs’ Defi Du Seuil jumped better in the Grade 2 JCB Triumph Juvenile Hurdle and heads for the Triumph and stiffer opposition at Cheltenham
By Ian Carnaby on 03 February 2017
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Gary and Jamie Moore won the Sodexo Gold Cup at Ascot with Antony; Meath trainer Robbie Hennessy had a winner at Ayr; Adrian Keatley and Danny Sheehy scored at Redcar
By Ian Carnaby on 04 November 2016
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Neil Mulholland had a double on Saturday when Fox Norton landed the Randox Health Handicap Chase and the very highly-regarded Shantou Village followed up in the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Novices’
By Ian Carnaby on 28 October 2016
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Grahame Whateley is chairman of a number of British public companies. His wife Diana owns horses in training in Britain and also in Ireland
By Olivia Hamilton on 29 April 2016
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Sausalito Sunrise and Yala Enki were worthy winners in tough conditions at Ascot
By Ian Carnaby on 26 February 2016
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Rory Delargy argues that the wheel of fortune will spin away at some point from Willie Mullins but in the meantime tip the hat to his sublime equine performers
By Rory Delargy on 29 January 2016
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Michael Ross looks over the horses in training, yearlings, two-year-olds and broodmares on offer at Doncaster
By Michael Ross on 15 January 2016
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Village Vic beat stable-companion Champagne West by four and a half lengths with Tenor Nivernais a length away in third
By Ian Carnaby on 18 December 2015
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On the valuable Haydock card, Irving won well for Paul Nicholls; Venetia Williams and Aidan Coleman scored again with Welsh National winner Emperor’s Choice
By Ian Carnaby on 27 November 2015
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David Mullins and Sean Bowen took some of the riding plaudits on Grand National day when they were both in the winners enclosure after battling wins
By Ian Carnaby on 17 April 2015
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Paul Nicholls' Silviniaco Conti was an impressive King George VI Chase winner and is well set up for the Gold Cup at Cheltenham
By Ian Carnaby on 02 January 2015
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Rory Delargy fancies Philip Hobbs to upset the market principals in the King George and launches a double-pronged attack on the Welsh National
By Rory Delargy on 26 December 2014
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Philip Hobbs and Richard Johnson combined for another winner when Garde La Victoire held off Vaniteux
By Ian Carnaby on 21 November 2014
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Donn McClean looks back at some of the talking points and eyecatching performances from last weekend's racing action
By Donn McClean on 21 November 2014
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Philip Hobbs-trained Menorah a convincing 8/1 winner in high-class event
By Ian Carnaby on 07 November 2014
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