Min rises to task to retain crown at Punchestown

A spectacular leap at the final fence clinched back-to-back wins for the Willie Mullins-trained Min in the Grade One John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown today.

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Another setback rules Douvan out of scheduled appearance at Christmas

Willie Mullins has been forced to rule Douvan out of a scheduled appearance at Christmas due to a setback.

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Min heads multiple Mullins entries for Durkan Chase

Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott are responsible for nine of the 14 remaining entries in the John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown on Sunday.

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Grand National hat-trick still on Tiger Roll agenda

Tiger Roll remains on course to bid for a historic third successive win in the Randox Health Grand National at Aintree despite a recent setback.

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‘It’s a miracle really’: Pat Healy on the mend after escaping serious injury

Photographer Pat Healy is recovering at home after suffering only minor injuries in a nasty incident at Navan on Sunday.

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Gold Cup-winner Al Boum Photo set for Tramore return

Gold Cup winner Al Boum Photo is likely to follow the route that was so successful for him last season – and bid for another triumph in the Savills Chase at Tramore on his reappearance.

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Willie Mullins hopeful Kemboy clearance is imminent

Willie Mullins believes he will finally be able to make entries for Punchestown Gold Cup winner Kemboy this week.

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Willie Mullins and Aidan O’Brien among Horse Racing Ireland Awards nominees

The nominations have been made for the Horse Racing Ireland Awards.

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First day of Cheltenham’s November meeting abandoned following heavy rain

Cheltenham’s first afternoon of its three-day November meeting has been abandoned due to a waterlogged track – and Saturday’s high-profile card must pass a 3pm inspection on Friday.

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Douvan delights on return from 569-day absence

Douvan defied a 569-day absence to win the Clonmel Oil Chase on his long-awaited return to action for Willie Mullins.

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Samcro makes no mistake on fencing debut

Samcro made a foot-perfect start to his career over fences on a Down Royal card dominated by his trainer Gordon Elliott.

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David Mullins airlifted to CUH following Thurles fall

David Mullins was reported to be “alert, speaking and moving all limbs” after being airlifted to Cork University hospital following a heavy fall at Thurles today.

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Barry Geraghty sets sights on October return

Barry Geraghty has delayed his comeback from a broken leg until next month.

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Health setback forces Pat Smullen to miss his charity race

A health setback means Pat Smullen will be unable to ride in his Champions Race for Cancer Trials Ireland on day two of Longines Irish Champions Weekend.

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Geraghty salutes ‘brilliant’ Jezki as Champion Hurdle hero retires

Barry Geraghty has paid tribute to Jezki after the 2014 Champion Hurdle winner was retired at the age of 11.

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Champion Hurdle hero Espoir D’Allen set to miss title defence

Champion Hurdle winner Espoir D’Allen is unlikely to run in the 2019-20 National Hunt season after an accident at home.

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Pat Smullen to take part in charity race at the Curragh

Pat Smullen will return to the saddle one last time, for charity, this September.

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Crowds flock to Killarney to see Frankie Dettori beaten in photo finish in feature race

Frankie Dettori was out of luck in his four rides at Killarney this evening but he could hardly have come any closer.

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Frankie Dettori headlines tomorrow’s Killarney card

Johnny Murtagh is among the trainers delighted to have secured the services of Frankie Dettori during his first ever visit to Killarney tomorrow.

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Blue Point completes remarkable Royal Ascot double

Blue Point clung on grimly to complete a remarkable Royal Ascot double in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.

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