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UK & Ireland Racing
Jordan Hackett, Editor - Sep 27, 2021

It’s been almost three years since the mighty Enable secured Arc glory for a second successive year and French trained runners have had success on home soil in the last two years. However, UK and Ireland racing hold a strong hand of candidates this time around. Be sure to get your horse racing tips of […]


Last Word Staff - Sep 22, 2020

The Melbourne Cup is one of the most prestigious, lucrative and fiercely contested races in the world. A star-studded field lines up at Flemington Racecourse each year to battle it out for glory, and a nation comes to a standstill to watch the drama unfold. Occasionally a red-hot favourite salutes, but the competitive nature of […]

Sponsored Post - Oct 4, 2016

An Early Look Ahead to the 2017 Cheltenham Festival With less than six months until the 2017 Cheltenham Festival gets underway, punters will be looking at the ante post markets in a bid to get better odds well in advance. Not for the first time, the Willie Mullins-Ruby Walsh combination is set to dominate the […]

Sponsored Post - Mar 17, 2016

As the final day of the Cheltenham Festival dawns on Friday, all eyes will undoubtedly be on the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Michael Kovacs, ADMIN - Dec 31, 2015

Awarding some of the greatest moments in sports in 2015 isn’t as easy as it seems with the litany to choose from.

Press Release - Dec 30, 2015

Horse racing wagering is an easy way to add even more excitement to the celebrated sport of kings.

Matt Fish - May 8, 2015

Fish on Sports is back with all the latest news including the Mayweather-Pacquiao slumber party, the NFL Draft, American Pharoah and much more!

Nick Frost - Apr 4, 2014

On Saturday, at precisely 16:15 BST in Aintree on the outskirts of Liverpool, England; 40 horses will race over 4 miles and 3 furlongs (more than 7km) and jump 30 fences, some over 5ft high, to compete for a prize pot of £1 million and to have their name etched in history as winners of […]

Tony Chapple - Jun 13, 2013

Sadly earlier this week, the world of the “sport of kings” was rocked with the news of a truly masterful horseman, Sir Henry Cecil, died.  Cecil lost his painful fight against cancer.  He was 70 years old. The word “great” is banded around too easily in sports, but not in the case of Sir Henry. […]

Tony Chapple - Apr 10, 2013

I’m back with some more Completely Random Yet Amazing Horse Racing Facts  I am certain you will have come across some of these facts, but I’m fairly certainly many will be new.  If you are a fan of sports facts, check out my others at Random Sports Facts. 1. Frankel went unbeaten through his career, […]

Tony Chapple - Apr 9, 2013

Henry Cecil -his name just conjures up magical memories of a true racing great that has stamped his class all over the racing world with a glorious charm.  A truly legendary horse trainer who has been at the pinnacle of the sport for over 30years. The first chapter of his racing life started in 1964, at a time […]

Tony Chapple - Apr 3, 2013

The Grand National ran at Aintree.  This is the race of the people that gets everyone involved from young kids betting with their piggybank money, to older folk using systems, form or just a lucky rusty old pin.  Everyone has what works for them. To be honest, you must be either very clever or slightly […]

Tony Chapple - Apr 1, 2013

So the flat racing swings around again!  The larger stables will start to release their more high profile horses over the coming weeks and months, and I thought it was time for me pick to select my thoughts for the Classic Winners 1000 Guneas, 2000 Guneas, Derby, Oaks and St Leger – It’s hard enough […]

Tony Chapple - Feb 25, 2013

The Cheltenham Festival to the jump horse racing fraternity is the only horse meet that really counts, the only one that matters, and means the world to connections. The meeting kicks off on Tuesday, March 12th, with the first race being the Supreme Novice Hurdle over 2 miles for hurdlers.  The race kicks off proceedings with […]

Dwayne Edwards - Jul 13, 2012

Sunday, July 15th, is the Prince of Wales Stakes at Fort Erie Race Track. This event brings thousands of people to the border oval and the top three-year-old racehorses in Canada. Ron Turcotte was on hand for the draw on Wednesday and the post positions for the race were determined as follows: Post  / Horse […]

Dwayne Edwards - Jul 7, 2012

Two months into the Fort Erie Race Track meet, there are a couple of new faces on top of the leader boards in both the jockey and trainer standings. On top of the jockey standings is a familiar name to racing in Ontario, Terry Husbands. After a big weekend last weekend, Terry passed Kirk Johnson […]



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