Richard Russell’s Three Tips for Ascot Horse Racing on Wednesday

Clive Cox’s outsider, the son of Kingman, appears to be in top form as he heads into the upcoming race. Despite having a higher strike-rate on all-weather surfaces compared to turf, his performances at Newbury and Haydock last season were strong, indicating adaptability to different surfaces. Moving up to Pattern company, he showed promise in the Doncaster Cup and also […]

Graeme Rodway’s top picks for day two of Punchestown: “He has the potential to make a comeback at one of his preferred tracks.

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Willie Mullins is a Phenomenon Rewriting Record Books, Raising Concerns for Racing’s Future

In my increasingly long life there has never been anyone with his strength in depth and he’s quite obviously a mind-blowingly brilliant racehorse trainer. To win the jump trainers’ championship in Britain having saddled only 160 runners, at least 400 less than his main rivals, is a testament to his dominance. Just imagine how far he would have won by […]