Tag Archives: Ireland

Ireland, Japan Partner On ‘Win & You’re In’ For Irish Champion Stakes | Horse Racing News |

Almanzor and Christophe Soumillon hold off Found (Frankie Dettori) and Minding (Ryan Moore) to win the 2016 Irish Champion Stakes Sept. 10 The Japan Racing Association (JRA) and Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) have announced that the 10 furlong, Group 1 Osaka Hai on Sunday, April 2 at Hanshin Racecourse has been nominated as a ‘Win and You’re in’ race for the ...

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Six key clashes in Britain and Ireland this Saturday

Buveur D’Air runs in an enticing clash with Cloudy Dream at Haydock   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By Stuart Riley 8:00PM 16 DEC 2016  ON A day sure to be full of festival clues, we delve into the six key clashes sure to light up a sumptuous Saturday. Buveur D’Air vs. Cloudy Dream (12.20 Haydock) First up we have a ...

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Pick 6 in Ireland worth 1million and here's how to win it

Gowran Park: where a million could be made   PICTURE: Caroline Norris    By David Jennings 10:45AM 18 SEP 2016  FANCY making a million in minutes? Thought so. In the space of 150 minutes you could be become racing’s newest millionaire as the Tote are predicting a pool of more than €1 million for Sunday’s Pick 6, following a colossal carryover ...

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Lightening Fast to be first Frankel runner in Ireland

Ger Lyons: trains Lightening Fast   PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)    By David Baxter 1:14PM 15 JUL 2016  FRANKEL’S sons and daughters have been making a huge impact on British courses this season, and Lightening Fast will bid to uphold family honour in Ireland at the Curragh on Saturday afternoon. To date there have been eight juvenile runners sired by Frankel to ...

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Ashforth's Angles: Spirit still strong in Ireland

Natalia Lupini: one of several small yards with runners at Leopardstown   PICTURE: Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/photos)   By David Ashforth 3:36PM 22 JUN 2016  TEN years ago I went on a tour of every racecourse in Ireland. It was a wonderful opportunity to go to courses I would otherwise never have visited. In those pre-recession years there were new grandstands and new ...

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