• The Irish Road to Cheltenham

    It’s not just the Irish-trained, owned and ridden horses that are central to the success of the Cheltenham Festival. The thousands of Irish punters that follow them in the annual pilgrimage to the Cotswolds make the four days so very special. We are firmly in the ‘Green Corner’ ahead of this year’s extravaganza. 

    We have all the Cheltenham Festival news and stories from the Irish corner ahead of the annual pilgrimage to Prestbury Park.  

  • DavidCasey

    Cheltenham Feature | David Casey's Gold Cup miss was disappointing but now the time to move on

    For every high in racing there’s a low just around the corner to bring you crashing back down - just ask David Casey, writes Will Jennings.

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  • Paul Nolan on His Cheltenham Hopes

    With Cheltenham just around the corner, we caught up with Wexford trainer Paul Nolan to discuss his plans for the upcoming Cheltenham Festival.  

    One of the biggest characters in the game, Paul discusses his hopes for star horse Quamino having recently won at Leopardstown Racecourse Dublin Racing Festival and his teams plans for the week of Cheltenham.

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    Philip Dempsey on Derrinross

    Like so many of his fellow trainers, Philip Dempsey is eyeing up Cheltenham Festival success in a couple of weeks’ time.

    His stable star Derrinross is firmly on-course for a tilt at the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle and we have gone behind the scenes at Dempsey’s yard in Carbury, County Kildare to see how his preparations are going. 

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  • Noel Meade on Road to Respect

    Ahead of the Cheltenham Festival, we caught up with Noel Meade at Tu Va Stables in County Meath. Noel gives us a run through the horses he hopes to run at the festival including multiple Grade One winner, Road to Respect.

    We also caught up with jockey Sean Flanagan on Road to Respect’s chances in the Ryanair Chase.

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  • Joseph O Brien Yard

    Behind The Scenes in Joesph O'Brien's Yard

    we went behind the scenes to meet the team behind trainer Joseph O’Brien. This week, Joseph will be looking to get his first official Cheltenham Festival winner and goes with a strong team, led by JCB Triumph Hurdle favourite Sir Erec. 


    We caught up with Travelling Head Lad Jim O’Brien and Tina Evans.

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