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  • Surfing The Sand

    Surfing The Sand

    As All-Weather Championships Season 5 swings into its final stages, Simon Mapletoft spotlights the three feature handicaps at Lingfield Park this weekend.

  • Sectional Spotlight

    Sectional Spotlight

    In his latest column Simon Rowlands looks at a technological innovation which could eliminate jockeys’ overuse of the whip, highlights horses that recently caught they eye on the clock and shortlists selections for this weekend and on Good Friday Finals Day.

  • Stable Stars

    Stable Stars

    It’s the second week after Cheltenham and as you might expect, there is respite in the action. There are no bonus points on offer this week, but there are plenty suitable opportunities to score points. With winners only counting, it could prove to be a tough week to climb the rankings. Good luck.

  • Irish Scene

    Irish Scene

    Now the dust has fully settled on the 2018 Cheltenham Festival, Declan Rix covers six topics from what was another highly successful week for Irish National Hunt racing.

  • Pointing The Way

    Pointing The Way

    An extensive edition of the Irish point-to-point landscape this week with Richard Pugh. Having missed last week’s engagement with the Cheltenham Festival on, our pointing expert makes up for lost time in a column not to be missed.

  • Eyecatchers


    With the Flat season set to get underway at Doncaster on Saturday, form expert Alan Thomson has shortlisted 12 horses it'll pay to keep onside in 2018.

  • Handicappers' Blog

    Handicappers' Blog

    The head handicappers from the British Horseracing Authority cast their eyes back to the 2018 Cheltenham Festival, releasing new official ratings for the winners and some losers.

  • Barry Geraghty

    Barry Geraghty

    Our star blogger reflects on his rides at the Cheltenham Festival where he partnered Buveur D’Air to retain the Champion Hurdle and also landed the Grand Annual aboard Le Prezien.

  • Kevin Blake

    Kevin Blake

    The week after the Cheltenham Festival, Kevin Blake discusses yet more Irish domination at Prestbury Park, success that raises questions about the home challenge.

  • From Soba to Moldova - Adapt or Die

    From Soba to Moldova - Adapt or Die

    Paul Jones’s brilliant new book From Soba to Moldova featuring 20 chapters on his punting theories and philosophies is out now and we’ve published a chapter entitled Adapt or Die. It's essential reading ahead of the Cheltenham Festival!

  • Winning Systems

    Winning Systems

    In his latest column for, Dr Peter May reinvestigates a past system he uncovered, which fell foul to statistical randomness involving handicap hurdlers.

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