The 2014 Grand National

The Grand National - the toughest race in the world

The 2014 Grand National By The UK Horse Racing Tipster Personally I think the Grand National is a hard race to pick the winner for and when you have 40 starters and less than 20 finishers you are going to have to be pretty good to put a single bet on the nose and be right. The current favourite for this years Grand National is TeaforThree who is currently priced around at 8/1 whose last race was...

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Easterby mulls Run options

The Cheltenham Gold cup

Tim Easterby will consider the options for Run Ructions Run Tim Easterby will consider the options for Run Ructions RunSky Sports Racing News Tim Easterby will consider the options for the rest of the season for Run Ructions Run following her victory in the EBF Stallions and TBA Mares “National Hunt” Novices’ Hurdle Finale at Newbury. The Great Habton trainer has picked out...

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Ship on course for Punchestown

Horse Racing in the UK

Robbie Hennessy is targeting the Punchestown Festival for Space Ship following the disappointment of missing out on a run at Cheltenham. Ship on course for PunchestownBy Sporting Life Report Future National Hunt Races. Snapped up for 130,000 guineas after showing a good level of form on the Flat for John Gosden, the four-year-old ran with real promise in defeat on his first three jumping...

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Aintree Hurdle attracts stars

Aintree Racecourse

Hurricane Fly and Annie Power are among the potential opponents for The New One in the Doom Bar Aintree Hurdle on Thursday. Aintree Hurdle attracts starsBy Sporting Life Report Future National Hunt Races. The New One was narrowly beaten by Zarkandar as a novice in the two-and-a-half-mile contest 12 months ago and is set for a second crack at the Grade One prize following his luckless third in...

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Ronaldinho set to net profits

The Grand National - the toughest race in the world

Top jockey Wayne Hutchinson looks ahead to his five booked rides this weekend, including Ronaldinho at Ascot on Sunday. Ronaldinho set to net profitsBy Sporting Life Report Grand National Specials. I have five rides this weekend – two at Uttoxeter and three at Ascot and I start off at the former on Saturday aboard Jojabean in the three-mile handicap hurdle. This is his first try at...

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Rebel triumphs on Cork return

My NAP of 2013 Sire De Grugy

Rebel Fitz made a winning return to action with a smooth display in the www.racinghomeforeaster.com Hurdle at Cork. Rebel triumphs on Cork returnBy Sporting Life Report Future National Hunt Races. The 2012 Galway Hurdle hero was returning to the smaller obstacles for the first time in almost a year having won five of his seven starts during a novice campaign over fences, with his final...

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Jacob enjoys visit to Nicholls

The National Hunt Jumping Races

Daryl Jacob could have a better idea of the timetable for his return to race-riding after multiple injuries in a freak incident at Cheltenham when he sees his specialist next week. Jacob enjoys visit to NichollsBy Sporting Life Report Grand National Specials National Hunt Specials: Paul Nicholls trained winner 9/2 The jump jockey suffered a broken knee, leg and elbow when he was thrown on to a...

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Channon pair may miss Aintree

Somersby the race horse

Somersby and Sgt Reckless could miss the Aintree meeting in favour of other opportunities, including Punchestown. Channon pair may miss AintreeBy Sporting Life Report Cheltenham Festival 2015. Now a 10-year-old, Somersby put in one of the best performances of his career when chasing home Sire De Grugy in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham earlier this month. Meanwhile, Sgt...

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Benefficient forced to retire

The 2012 Cheltenham Gold cup won by Synchronised

Tony Martin’s 2013 Cheltenham Festival hero Benefficient has been retired after sustaining a serious leg injury. Benefficient forced to retireBy Sporting Life Report Cheltenham Festival 2015. Also a winner of three Grade Ones at Leopardstown, including the Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase earlier this season, he earned his owners over 200,000. Benefficient last ran in the Ryanair Chase two...

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Tindall harbours Grand dreams

Aintree Racecourse

Rugby union ace Mike Tindall is looking forward to his first Crabbie’s Grand National experience with Monbeg Dude at Aintree on Saturday week. Tindall harbours Grand dreamsBy Sporting Life Report Grand National Antepost: Monbeg Dude 20/1 The former England star famously bought the horse on impulse at Brightwells back in January 2010 and his snap decision has already reaped rich reward,...

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