With those in behind faltering, Clan Des Obeaux produced a highly efficient performance to win his second King George
Clan Des Obeaux was top of his game in the Grade 1 Ladbrokes King George VI Chase; Epatante has emerged as a star in the hurdling division
The gelding was bred in Co Down by Aaron Metcalfe and consigned by Hillcrest Stables to the 2015 Derby Sale where he was purchased for €44,000 by Ian Ferguson
The Colin Tizzard-trained gelding won the Grade 1 novice chase by a length and a quarter
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 December 2019
Cyrname is the highest-rated chaser but has to face Clan Des Obeaux and Lostintranslation in the King George - who will come out on top?
Samcro was putting up a smart performance – and that Fakir D’Oudairies did just that in winning by 22 lengths – not least on the clock., when falling in the Drinmore Novice Chase
The handicapper can rise a second last fence faller but horses disqualified for taking the wrong course should not go up in the weight - another look is needed at this rule
Reversing some ill luck for trainer Kerry Lee, Happy Diva dug deep to withhold the late challenge of Brelan D’As by a neck, with Warthog a brave third
The BetVictor Gold Cup takes centre stage on another brilliant weekend of jumps racing
Donn McClean previews Cheltenham this weekend, where conditions are sure to be testing for horses and jockey's
Just one Irish-trained entry remains in next Saturday's big chase, and there are two Irish-trained horses in Sunday's big handicap hurdle
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 November 2019
Novice chasers Slate House, Eclair De Beaufeu and Battleoverdoyen are among the performances assessed
There was a day of interesting action at Chelteham last week as the jumps season gets into full swing
Two graded races at Cheltenham’s November meeting fell to Northern-bred horses; Andy Oliver dominated one race at Dundalk
Slate House won the Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle, completing a double for Colin Tizzard
There has been plenty of success across the water for northern-bred horses at various recent meetings
Eoghain Ward discusses the breeding of some of last weekend's impressive point-to-point winners
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