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  • Un in a million?

    Un De Sceaux went odds-on for the Arkle Chase at Cheltenham with a blistering success from two smart rivals at Leopardstown.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 14:05 GMT
    Un De Sceaux: Looks a monster.
  • Dead-heat drama in opener

    The rest of the news from Leopardstown, where Gladiator King and Prince of Scars shared victory after a stewards' inquiry.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 14:08 GMT
    The runners pass the stewards' tower on the first circuit at Leopardstown.
  • Irish Eyes: 'His track, his race'

    Our Irish Eyes column hasn't deserted Hurricane Fly up to now this season - and it isn't about to start now!

    Sunday January 25 2015, 11:03 GMT
    Will it be all smiles for fans of Hurricane Fly again today?
  • Bridgy 'thrilled' with Bolster

    David Bridgwater is relishing a fourth crack at the Gold Cup with The Giant Bolster after his star's run behind Many Clouds.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 12:51 GMT
    The Giant Bolster: Delighted connections with his effort.
  • Scan needed for Baileys Concerto

    Future plans for Baileys Concerto are up in the air after he returned with an injury following his fine Sky Bet Chase run.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 13:42 GMT
    Baileys Concerto gives vain chase to If In Doubt over the final fence at Doncaster.
  • Hurricane can Fly high

    Hurricane Fly 'has to be the pick' in the Irish Champion Hurdle according to Nick Grant. He has a selection for every race.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 08:29 GMT
    Hurricane Fly and Jezki do battle again
  • Martello on the march

    Views from connections ahead of the Nathaniel Lacy & Partners Solicitors Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown on Sunday.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 09:06 GMT
    Gordon Elliott: Trains No More Heroes
  • Mal Boyle's Placepot analysis

    Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections ahead of Sunday afternoon's meeting at Sedgefield.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 11:52 GMT
  • Age not dimming Fly's sparkle

    The view from connections ahead of the clash between Hurricane Fly and Jezki in the BHP Insurances Irish Champion Hurdle.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 08:39 GMT
    Old rivals will do battle again at Leopardstown.
  • Sherwood thrilled with Many Clouds

    Oliver Sherwood believes there is every chance Many Clouds can improve again ahead of the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 12:35 GMT
    Many Clouds and Leighton Aspell take the final fence in front.
  • Three miles now for Value At Risk

    Value At Risk will step up to three miles in the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 12:28 GMT
    Ordo Al Chao (right) takes the last on his way to victory from Value At Risk (left), who stuck on well up the run-in.
  • Foxrock's Hennessy Gold run

    Barry Connell is looking forward to seeing Foxrock test his powers at the highest level once again in the Hennessy Gold Cup.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 12:00 GMT
    Foxrock and Adrian Heskin hold off Byerley Babe to win the BoyleSports Chase.
  • World aim confirmed for Monksland

    Noel Meade is hoping that Monksland will stay fit for a crack at the Ladbrokes World Hurdle at Cheltenham.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 11:34 GMT
    Monksland: On course for World Hurdle bid.
  • Williams looking at Tea options

    Nick Williams seems to be leaning towards the Albert Bartlett with impressive Lanzarote Hurdle winner Tea For Two.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 12:05 GMT
    Tea For Two comes home clear at Kempton.
  • Lingfield card under threat

    Lingfield's National Hunt card on Tuesday must pass an 8am inspection on Monday with the course partially waterlogged.

    Sunday January 25 2015, 10:38 GMT
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