The rise and rise of Joseph O’Brien continued last season in which he scored a Grade 1 double and finished third in the trainer’s championship and here he gives us the inside track on his talented young team for 2018/19.
The rise and rise of Joseph O’Brien continued last season in which he scored a Grade 1 double and finished third in the trainer’s championship and here he gives us the inside track on his talented young team for 2018/19.
Top trainer at the past two Cheltenham Festivals, Irish powerhouse Gordon Elliott gives us the lowdown on some of the strongest ammunition he’ll be firing in 2018/19.
The first lady of National Hunt racing enjoyed another fine campaign last season and here she runs the rule over those she hopes will bring her County Kildare yard more successes in 2018/19.
The 12-time champion trainer in Ireland and five-time top trainer at the Cheltenham Festival shines a light on his team of stars which look set to light up the 2018/19 National Hunt season.
The Knockeen trainer enjoyed plenty of glory at the big festivals last term and here he discusses the pick of his team which could claim top honours at the major meetings in 2018/19.
A first victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup capped another vintage season for the Dorset trainer last term and here lifts the lid on the team he hopes will carry him to further glories in 2018/19.
The ten-time champion laid down a marker at Chepstow's big weekend and here the Ditcheat trainer gives us the inside word on his powerful battalion for the new campaign.
Attention will soon be switching to the All-Weather at Jamie Osborne's Upper Lambourn stables as his very successful turf season begins to wind down and he shares his thoughts with At The Races readers.
The Master of Barbury Castle has made a smart start to the new season and here he takes the wraps off his promising team for the months ahead.
The champion trainer has another embarrassment of riches at his disposal this season, and his star-studded team is headlined by Altior, Buveur D’Air and Might Bite, three of the National Hunt racing’s biggest names.
The Minehead maestro experienced a temporary blip in form last term but returns in 2018/19 with a team that’s in good health and contains some well-handicapped horses.
The Arc favourite heads John Gosden's autumnal charge for glory along with a posse of stable stars targeted at Champions Day prizes.
From his Angmering Park yard in West Sussex, William Knight talks to At The Races about his string including several who he hopes will bolster the stable's coffers.
With Agrotera giving Ed Walker his first Royal Ascot winner, he'll be looking for further success with not only his Royal winner but from the rest of his Kingdown Stables in the dying embers of the turf flat season.
Comfortable with runners under both codes, Iain Jardine is a trainer who will be targeting Ayr's Western Meeting, and talks to At The Races about his string and their near to hand targets.
Curragh trainer Patrick Prendergast gives us the inside scoop on his string including Debutante Stakes heroine Skitter Skatter, who’s set to line up in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes on Sunday.
Thundering Blue's third in the Group 1 Juddmonte International helped boost the coffers of David Menuisier stable and he'll be hoping for further pay days from his progressive 5yo and the rest of his string as we venture into the latter months of the season.
Derby winning-trainer Charlie Appleby is out for more Classic glory in the St Leger and here he gives his verdict on his high-profile runners at Doncaster and the other upcoming major festivals.
Classic-winning trainer Karl Burke has assembled a strong team for the St Leger Festival – the meeting that last year launched the career of his star filly Laurens who will bid for another Group 1 scalp on Irish Champions Weekend.
With prize money almost matching last year totals, Hughie Morrison is having a good season and shares his thoughts on his autumn plans.
Based in Carluke, South Lanarkshire, Keith Dalgleish has his string in find fettle and is looking forward to a record number of winners again this season.
From his North Yorkshire base, Jedd O'Keeffe will be looking for the heavens to open to allow Lord Yates to take his place in Saturday's big handicap at York and talks about his hopes for other team members over the next few weeks.
Up-and-coming trainer Richard O’Brien offers an insight on his team, many of whom have significantly improved for the switch to his yard in Ballingarry, County Limerick.
Barely out of the rookie stage, trainer Richard Spencer has already managed a brace of Group victories and with many talented youngsters in his yard could well add to that total before the season is out.
Group 1 success will be in the cross hairs for The Tin Man as he looks for a repeat success at Ascot in October, and James Fanshawe will be looking for others from his team to further fill the stable's coffers
With a fair part of the summer already behind him Henry Candy will be looking for another Group win with his stable star Limato, as well as further summer success from his talented string.
Top trainer Joseph O’Brien took the Galway Hurdle in 2017 and he returns to Ballybrit with a strong team of both flat and national hunt horses.
Some rain to ease the going would be just the ticket for Roger Charlton who has several amongst his string who will thrive with a bit of give underfoot.
Kildare Town trainer Johnny Murtagh runs the rule over his red-hot string, some of which are set to line up at the Curragh on Darley Irish Oaks Weekend.
The Melbourne Cup-bound Magic Circle is one of the stable's new stars and trainer Ian Williams has a hatful of other progressive runners who should add to the stables coffers over the second half of the season.
With Accidental Agent winning the stable's first Group 1, Eve Johnson Houghton has already passed last years prize money total and points out those who could extent that total further
Being a consummate professional, it's no surprise that trainer Chris Wall has the knack of placing his string to maximum effect, and he shares his thoughts on which ones could be worth following as the summer unfolds
Kildare trainer Mick Halford gives us the lowdown on his significant squad of promising horses, several of which are set to line up at the Irish Derby Festival at the Curragh this weekend.
Most trainers like Ed de Giles don't have a stable full of blue blooded stars, but what they do have is skill to place their runners for maximum effect.
Richard Hannon sends a very strong team to Royal Ascot which is spearheaded by 1,000 Guineas winner Billesdon Brook who has an excellent chance in the Coronation Stakes following the exploits of the second placed Laurens who franked the form in no uncertain terms in France on Sunday.
Northern powerhouse Mark Johnston has saddled 41 winners at Royal Ascot and returns in 2018 with his strongest-ever Berkshire battalion, comprising of top 2YOs right through to tough-as-teak handicappers.
The Master of Somerville Lodge enjoys regular success at the major meetings and here he gives us the inside scoop on his representatives over the five days of Royal Ascot 2018.
Top trainer at the meeting for the past three seasons and eight times overall, the Master of Ballydoyle gives us the inside track on his galaxy of stars that look set to light up Royal Ascot in 2018.
Trailblazing U.S trainer Wesley Ward is a nine-time Royal Ascot winner and sends a team of ten to Berkshire in 2018 which features dual winner Lady Aurelia, past scorer Undrafted plus star 2YO Chelsea Cloisters.
Having tasted he fifth success at the Royal meeting with Snoano in the listed Wolferton Handicap at Royal Ascot last year, trainer Tim Easterby will be looking for a repeat victory at the Royal venue this time in the Norfolk stakes with his National Stakes winner Vintage Brut.
The Darlington handler talks to attheraces.com about his team, which includes a promising batch of young horses and of course the stable's star sprinter Mabs Cross.
A mix of stable stalwarts and progressive youngsters makes David Simcock's yard a difficult team to dismiss and he shares his thoughts on which ones could be worth following as the summer unfolds.
Tipperary trainer Fozzy Stack has been quick out of the blocks this season and he gives us the inside track on his stable stars, some of which are set to line up at the Irish Guineas Festival at the Curragh this weekend.
Andrew talks to At The Races about his string including a talented group of older stable stars
Champion sprinter Harry Angel achieved that accolade as a 3yo and Clive Cox believes the best is still to come. He gives an update for his stable star as well as for many other members of his very talented string.
Chester is Tom Dascombe's local track and he likes to have winners at the spring meeting and gives an insight into which of his runners should run well around “the Roodee” this week
The Chantilly-based trainer gives us the latest on stable stalwart and multiple Group 1-winning stayer Vazirabad, news on a South African import and a three-year-old filly by Frankel out of Zarkava.
Chantilly trainer Freddy Head runs the rule over his string for 2018, featuring a strong team of Classic generation and older fillies.
Having started the season in fine fettle with 6 winners in the last two weeks, Roger Varian is looking forward to adding to his tally of group race winners as the season unfolds
Lisa-Jane Graffard gives us the lowdown on the top Godolphin horses in France including Breeders’ Cup Turf hero Talismanic, Arc runner-up Cloth Of Stars plus Poule d'Essai des Poulains favourite Wootton.
Jeremy Noseda's "The best bunch of 2yo I've had in the past five years", are now the classic generation, and from several of these emerging talents, he'll be looking for success at the highest level.
Chantilly trainer Pascal Bary lifts the lid on his talented young team, some of which are set to line up at ParisLongchamp next week.
Willie Mullins gives us the inside track on his powerful squad for the 2018 Punchestown Festival, as he again bids to overhaul great rival Gordon Elliott and retain his champion trainer crown in Ireland.
Overflowing with quality bloodstock, Owen Burrows will be hoping that he can build on his excellent second season and add to the stables burgeoning tally of pattern class winners
Stable stalwarts Big Orange and Fabricate, heads up Michael Bell Stable Tour where he shares his thoughts about many in his progressive string
The Master of Seven Barrows discusses the embarrassment of riches at his disposal for the Grand National meeting at Aintree.
Leading Irish trainer Jim Bolger gives us the inside scoop on his top prospects for 2018, headed by National Stakes hero Verbal Dexterity.
Several of Karl Burke's string have blossomed over the winter and the trainer marks our card for his runners early season targets, as well as hopes for later in the season.
Progressive youngsters such as Never Back Down and Fajjaj make Hugo Palmer's Kremlin Cottage stable a force to be reckoned with, and he shares his thoughts about his talented string with At The Races readers
Aidan O’Brien broke the world record for Group 1 winners trained in a calendar year in 2017 and here the Master of Ballydoyle exclusively reveals plans for his stars that could light up the forthcoming Flat season.
Already housing a duel Group1/Grade 1 winner and performer in Suedois, Yorkshire trainer David O'Meara will hope to find more horses of that quality among his classy string.
Top class chasers, both established and novices abound in Gary Moore's West Sussex stables and he's put together an insightful summary for many of his near to hand runners including his Cheltenham hopefuls
The County Meath maestro took his maiden top trainer title in 2017 and returns with another extremely powerful battalion this year - headline horses include the likes of Apple’s Jade, Cause Of Causes and Samcro.
A relative newcomer to the training ranks, Amy Murphy could make a splash at Cheltenham where her Kalashnikov could build on it's Betfair Hurdle win in the opening event of the festival.
The master of Barbury Castle is out to get back on the festival scoresheet in 2018 and his Cheltenham challengers include Elgin, Redicean and Yanworth.
The six-time top trainer at the big meeting has a smart string for 2018 with live contenders across the four days including Black Corton, Modus, Politolgue and Wonderful Charm.
From his Prestige Place stables Marco Botti will be looking for great things from his Grade 1-winning Capla Temptress as well as improvement from several other to build on their promising 2017 exploits.
'The Queen of Cheltenham' hit a brilliant hat-trick at Cheltenham last year and two that trio - Supasundae and Rock The World - return in 2018 in a contingent including Irish Grand National hero Our Duke.
Top trainer at five of the last seven Cheltenham Festivals, Willie Mullins takes the wraps off his star-studded squad for 2018, featuring the likes of Douvan, Faugheen, Footpad, Getabird and Un De Sceaux.
Naunton trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies makes the 12-mile trip to Prestbury Park with a string that is naturally headlined by festival standing dish The New One, who enters the unchartered territory of the Stayers’ Hurdle in 2018.
Dorset trainer Colin Tizzard’s team for the 2018 Cheltenham Festival is led again by popular staying chasers Cue Card and Native River and bolstered by some smart novices.
Cheltenham's most successful trainer has an embarrassment of riches for 2018 including Buveur D’Air, Altior and Might Bite - the respective ante-post favourites for the festival's three flagship contests.
Stable stalwarts like Simply Ned and Guitar Pete have been filling the coffers at Nicky Richards's establishment and there are several who are waiting in the wings for better spring ground who will continue that coffer filling role.
Philip Kirby's string spans the full range of race types from AW stayers through winter sloggers to the nimbler types for the spring/summer good going and he shares his thought on suitable conditions for many from his stable.
From her Moulton Paddocks Stables in Newmarket, Lucy Wadham aims to remain essentially a small trainer to allow her to give personal attention to every horse in her string, and with the knowledge gained place them to maximum effect.
Leading trainer Henry de Bromhead takes the wraps off his representatives at the inaugural Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown this weekend.
Rookie trainer Olly Murphy has made a real splash in his first jump season with 37 winners from 168 runners, an excellent strike rate of 22%. He has one of the leading fancies for the County Hurdle and it would be a dream start if he could strike at his first Cheltenham festival.
It's been a mixed first half to the jump season for Brian Ellison, but with the likes of Gold Cup hopeful Definitly Red in his team, he is looking forward to a more settled and productive second half.
Champion trainer Willie Mullins on the embarrassment of riches at his disposal, including those set to line up over the two days of the inaugural Dublin Racing Festival at Leopardstown.
Having already matched his best previous win total, Harry Whittington is looking to enhance his growing reputation as an astute trainer who know how to get the best out of his string
The Last Samuri will have the Grand National in his sights again this year, but trainer Kim Bailey is much more than a one trick pony with many established chasers and promising youngsters in his string he shares his thought on their preferences
Upwardly-mobile UAE trainer Salem bin Ghadayer has his most exciting bunch of horses to date and here he gives us the lowdown on his Carnival team, which features several high-profiles horses formerly trained in Britain.
Champion trainer for the past two seasons, Doug Watson reveals his runners for the Dubai World Cup Carnival which look set to carry him to further glories this year.
We get the inside track on leading UAE trainer Satish Seemar’s Dubai World Cup Carnival squad, featuring a number of old favourites plus new talent for 2018.
With quality bumper runners looking for black type, Anthony Honeyball has some promising youngsters who have the scope to join his stable stars in the winners enclosure
With a stable full of high class chasers and proto-chasing hurdle talent, Sue Smith outlines where some of her runners will be heading on Boxing day as well as over the rest of the Christmas period
Doncaster trainer Ivan Furtado is looking forward to a profitable New Year after starting the All-Weather Championships Season 5 with an impressive strike rate. Here, Simon Mapletoft turns the spotlight on the former Brazilian rancher.
Upwardly-mobile Irish trainer Gavin Cromwell reveals his runners for the festive period, which are headed by leading juvenile hurdler Espoir D'Allen.
With a couple of high-profile winners at Newbury's Winter Festival, Ben Pauling is looking forward to lots more success as the jump season steps up a gear for the Christmas period.
With an interesting mix of stable stalwarts and progressive youngsters, Evan Williams is looking forward to a very busy festive period.
With some interesting recruits from the Irish point-to-point field, Donald McCain is looking forward to the newcomers joining his established stars to continue filling the stable's coffers
Top Irish trainer Noel Meade gives us the lowdown on his talented team, including those lining up at the Winter Festival at Fairyhouse this weekend.
Another personal best is on the cards for trainer Fergal O'Brien again this season, and he reflects on near to hand targets he's selected for his talented string
From Newstead Cottage Stable in Norton near Malton, Malcolm Jefferson talks to At The Races about his string and his hopes for the rest of the season.
Rising star, Neil Mulholland posted more than a hundred winners for the first time last season and with a strong team of established chasers as well as many up and coming youngsters, he will be looking to improve on that again this season.
Grand National-winning trainer David Pipe is aiming for an improved performance this season having experienced a below par season in 2016-2017 and runs the rule over his Pond House team
Lambourn trainer Jamie Snowden has had a fine start to his season and has shown himself adept at taking moderate stock and squeezing notable wins from them, and when he does get a classy recruit he's capable of winning a Cheltenham Festival prize.
With many exciting horses in the yard, trainer Harry Fry has some interesting thoughts to share about his string for the coming season.
Simon Mapletoft visits leading All-Weather trainer Mick Appleby, who is planning to regain the title he won in 2016 with a powerful team of horses at his new purpose-built training establishment near Oakham.
The All-Weather provided emerging Archie Watson with his first-ever winner last autumn and the Lambourn trainer hasn’t looked back since. Here, the former assistant to William Haggas talks Simon Mapletoft through his team for the new season.
Steve Asmussen, who ranks second in the list of North American trainers for wins, has scored five times at the Breeders’ Cup and saddles favourite Gun Runner in the Classic, a contest the Hall of Famer took in 2007 with Curlin.
Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott is fourth on the all-time list of win at the Breeders’ Cup with ten victories including a record five wins in the Distaff, in which this year he saddles the steadily-improving three-year-old, Elate.
Mark Casse has saddled three winners and three seconds from his last 12 Breeders’ Cup runners and his Del Mar team is headed by Mile favourite World Approval and includes a three-pronged attack on the Juvenile Fillies.
Eclipse Award-winning trainer Chad Brown has eight Breeders’ Cup wins on the board and has a squad of 13 for Del Mar 2017, headed by Filly & Mare Turf favourite Lady Eli and bolstered by the likes of leading Juvenile Fillies Turf contender Rushing Fall and Beach Patrol in the Turf.
Winner of the most purse money in Breeders’ Cup history, Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert sends another strong team to the Breeders’ Cup in 2017, featuring reigning Classic champion Arrogate, last year’s Sprint winner Drefong plus leading Dirt Mile fancy Mor Spirit.
Paul Nicholls may have relinquished his crown last season but he still recorded his highest-ever tally of winners and here the master of Manor Farm gives us the lowdown on his talented young squad for 2017/18, some of whom could be the household names of the future.
Willie Mullins retained his title in dramatic fashion last season and here the eleven-time champion trainer gives us the inside scoop on his formidable team which includes a number of National Hunt heavyweights that could take many top honours in the coming campaign.
Nicky Henderson regained his title in 2016/17 to be crowned champion trained for the fourth time and here the master of Seven Barrows discusses the embarrassment of riches at his disposal which could lead to lead to another memorable season.
Filled to the rafters with two year olds, second season trainer George Scott is looking forward to next season, although his stable star James Garfield does have a date at Del Mar early next month for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf
Joseph O’Brien’s fledgling training career is firmly in the ascendency and here he runs the rule over his team of young and progressive National Hunt horses which could continue his upward curve in 2017/18.
Colin Tizzard enjoyed the season of his life in 2016/17 with several of his stars taking top honours to see the Dorset trainer break the two million-pound barrier and here we get the inside scoop on some of Jumps racing leading lights which could fill the coffers even more in the coming campaign.
Jessica Harrington enjoyed several big-race victories last season, including in the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Irish Grand National, and here the Curragh trainer gives us her verdict on her main hopes which could provide more red-letter days in 2017/18.
Minehead maestro Philip Hobbs topped the million-pound mark for the fourth successive time in 2016/17 and here he gives us the inside track on this season's team which looks brimful of fresh talent and also features the usual suspects.
Knockeen trainer Henry de Bromhead landed a personal best of winners last term and took Championship honours at the Cheltenham Festival - here he lifts the lid on his talented team which includes several youngsters with potential.
With Endless Acres to the fore of the Cesarewitch market, Charlie Fellowes is hopeful for a grandstand finish to the turf flat season, but also has several who should keep filling the coffers during the winter on the all weather
Being top trainer at the Cheltenham Festival and finishing a close second in the Irish title meant the master of Cullentra House enjoyed a brilliant 2016/17 and here he gives us the lowdown on his ever-growing yard which contains an abundance of well-bred and promising young horses.
Chantilly trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre reveals his Arc weekend runners, which include Prix Du Cadran favourite Vazirabad plus Zarak, a lively Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe outsider bidding to follow in his mother’s footsteps.
With a small but select string, Ed Vaughan carefully places his runners and has consequently managed a strike rate for the season of 20%. Here he outlines the condition to get the best out of both his stable stars, and lesser lights.
Kevin Ryan is no stranger to success at the St Leger Festival, with a hat-trick of Portland Handicaps, a massive pay day in the valuable sales race and two Flying Childers Stakes gracing his CV. Now the Yorkshire-based trainer is plotting more big race glory on Town Moor this week.
Northern powerhouse Richard Fahey is on track to break his prize money record in 2017 and here he gives us the inside track on his leading lights, many of whom are primed for an assault on the major meetings this autumn.
Tipperary trainer Joe Murphy discusses the pick of his string, including his runners on Irish Champions Weekend and at the Listowel Harvest Festival.
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