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  • Irish Eyes: Go on my 'Sson!

    Our Irish Eyes column returns to look ahead to the action at Fairyhouse, where three Grade 1 events will be contested.

    Sunday November 29 2015, 10:20 GMT
    Paul Townend rides the Willie Mullins second string - but has the market over-reacted?
  • Another big Sunday for Mullins

    Chris Wilson provides a tip for every race on Sunday including at Fairyhouse, where Willie Mullins is set for a good day.

    Sunday November 29 2015, 08:36 GMT
    Arctic Fire can win at Fairyhouse
  • Smad puts them in their Place

    Smad Place was a commanding winner of the Hennessy Gold Cup, dominating from the front under Wayne Hutchinson.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 19:28 GMT
    Smad Place clears the last on the way to winning the Hennessy by 12 lenghs
  • Thief snatches Fighting Fifth

    Identity Thief landed Newcastle's Grade One Fighting Fifth Hurdle for trainer Henry De Bromhead.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 16:44 GMT
    Identity Thief, ridden by Bryan Cooper, on his way to winning the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle
  • Thistlecrack goes the Distance

    Thistlecrack continued Colin Tizzard's good recent run of form when denying the gutsy Deputy Dan a surprise success.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 17:19 GMT
    Thistlecrack, ridden by Tom Scudamore, clear the last flight ahead of Deputy Dan (obscured) on their way to winning the Bet365 Long Distance Hurdle.
  • Wakanda wins Rehearsal battle

    Sue Smith's Wakanda battled on gamely to hold off Virak and win the At The Races Rehearsal Chase at Newcastle.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 15:39 GMT
    Wakanda and Danny Cook take the final fence of the At The Races Rehearsal Chase.
  • Sheehan enjoys Newbury treble

    A round-up of the rest of the action from Newbury on Hennessy Gold Cup day including a treble for Gavin Sheehan.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 16:37 GMT
    Gavin Sheehan riding Arzal clear the last to win the Novices' Limited handicap Chase at Newbury
  • Smooth success for in-form Smith

    The rest of the news from Newcastle, where Smooth Stepper gave Sue Smith a 10th winner of the month in the opening contest.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 16:53 GMT
    Smooth Stepper clears the last fence under Danny Cook to win the Weatherbys Bank Novices' Handicap Chase at Newcastle from The Ramblin Kid.
  • Fatal injuries for Alvisio Ville

    The Willie Mullins-trained Alvisio Ville suffered a fatal injury on his chasing debut in a beginners chase at Fairyhouse.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 17:13 GMT
    Alvisio Ville: Fatal injury
  • Hennessy Gold Cup blog replay

    Replay Hennessy day and Smad Place's victory as it happened at Newbury via Ben Linfoot's blog replay.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 15:47 GMT
    Everyone loves the water jump. Well, not everyone
  • Egan denies stopping horses

    Darren Egan has insisted he did not ride horses to lose, despite being found guilty of corruption charges by the BHA.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 10:13 GMT
    Darren Egan: Denies that he ever stopped horses from winning.
  • Rashaan bids to take next step

    Colin Kidd admits his bargain buy Rashaan faces a tough test in the Bar One Racing Juvenile Hurdle at Fairyhouse on Sunday.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 10:43 GMT
    Gordon Elliott: Trainer of Missy Tata.
  • Arctic Fire 'difficult to beat'

    The view from connections ahead of Sunday's Bar One Racing Hatton's Grace Hurdle over two and a half miles at Fairyhouse.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 11:53 GMT
    Arctic Fire: Should go well in the Hatton's Grace Hurdle.
  • Mullins pair primed for Royal Bond

    The view from connections ahead of Sunday's Bar One Racing Royal Bond Novice Hurdle at Fairyhouse.

    Saturday November 28 2015, 11:40 GMT
    Long Dog, ridden by Ruby Walsh (right), on his way to winning the Topaz Novice Hurdle at Galway.
  • Cooper has a go with Heroes

    Views from connections ahead of Sunday's Bar One Racing Drinmore Novice Chase featuring No More Heroes.

    Friday November 27 2015, 13:58 GMT
    Bryan Cooper expects No More Heroes to keep improving over fences
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