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  • The Insider: Time to Triumph

    The Insider previews the Triumph Hurdle and adds a second recommendation to his ante-post Cheltenham Festival portfolio.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 12:36 GMT
    Gibralfaro should be backed to win the JCB Triumph Hurdle
  • McCoy believes in Gorbatov

    Sir Anthony McCoy feels it is too early to give up on the JCB Triumph Hurdle claims of Ivanovich Gorbatov.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 11:40 GMT
    Ivanovich Gorbatov (left) could yet bounce back
  • Le Reve sights on Grand National

    Trainers Lucy Wadham and Pat Fahy are both dreaming of success in the Crabbie's Grand National at Aintree.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 11:47 GMT
    Le Reve could be aimed at the Grand National
  • Aspen Colorado eyes Cheltenham

    Aspen Colorado will have a run before Cheltenham where Joseph O'Brien doesn't expect to have any runners in his name.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 11:21 GMT
    Joseph O'Brien revealed that no plans had been made
  • Taylor made for Musselburgh

    The Grey Taylor is the tip of the day from the Sky Bet traders, Michael Shinners has the firm's movers and Price Boosts.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 10:49 GMT
    The Grey Taylor is fancied to strike at Musselburgh
  • Racecourse gallop for Cue Card

    Colin Tizzard could give Cue Card a racecourse gallop as he prepares his star for a tilt at the £1million bonus.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 10:44 GMT
    Cue Card could have a racecourse gallop before Cheltenham
  • Newbury date for More Of That

    Jonjo O'Neill is leaning towards sending leading RSA Chase contender More Of That to Newbury on Saturday.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 10:35 GMT
    More Of That has been pencilled in for Newbury
  • County honours await Plessis

    Aristo Du Plessis can star on Musselburgh's big day of the year, according to Anita Chambers. She has a tip for every race.

    Sunday February 7 2016, 08:35 GMT
    Aristo Du Plessis can win the Scottish County Hurdle
  • Lough strikes Gold again

    Carlingford Lough won the Irish Gold Cup for the second year running after leader Valseur Lido fell at the last.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 18:07 GMT
    Carlingford Lough won the Irish Gold Cup for the second year running
  • Outlander shines in Flogas

    Outlander gave Willie Mullins a Grade One hat-trick at Leopardstown when winning the Flogas Novice Chase on Saturday.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 15:22 GMT
    Outlander wins at Leopardstown
  • Bristol De Mai makes all

    Daryl Jacob's day took a turn for the better when Bristol De Mai made all to win the Betfred TV Scilly Isles Novices' Chase.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 15:04 GMT
    Daryl Jacob and Bristol De Mai are at their most photogenic as they come home clear to win the Scilly Isles Novices' Chase.
  • Bleu sinks Deloitte hotpots

    Bleu Et Rouge saw off the game challenge of Tombstone to land the Grade One Deloitte Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 14:42 GMT
    Eventual winner Bleu Et Rouge ridden by Barry Geraghty (left) jumps the second last ahead of Bellshill
  • Reve triumphs again at Sandown

    Le Reve enhanced his impressive course record with a second successive victory in the Betfred Masters Handicap Chase.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 16:40 GMT
    Le Reve, ridden by Harry Skelton, leads Pete The Feat  over the last fence before going on to win the Betfred Masters Handicap Chase.
  • Blaklion roars home under Hatch

    A fine day for Nigel Twiston-Davies was capped by the success of Blaklion in the totepool Towton Novices' Chase at Wetherby.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 15:44 GMT
    Blaklion and Ryan Hatch: A winning combination at Wetherby.
  • Peace and Co flops again

    Last year's Triumph Hurdle hero Peace And Co once again failed to sparkle as Connetable took the Contenders Hurdle at Sandown.

    Saturday February 6 2016, 14:40 GMT
    Connetable clears the last ahead of Rayvin Black and Peace And Co to win the Betfred Racing 'Follow Us On Twitter' Contenders Hurdle.
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