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Leopardstown on the cards for Alpine Star

Alan Cooper has suggested that Alpine Star could head to the Irish Champion Stakes as she looks to continue her fine form. The filly has picked up one victory and two second-place finishes in three outings since returning from a 302-day break in June. She kicked off the current campaign by winning the Coronation Stakes […]

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Year of the Tiger suffers fatal injury at Leopardstown

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Following four wins at the Leopardstown meeting on Tuesday, Jun. 10, 2020, Aidan O’Brien’s luck seemed to run out when one of the trainer’s horses was fatally injured in an event. Year of the Tiger had to be put down after entering into the Trial stakes as a 6-5 favourite to win. The colt was […]

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Envoi Allen sidesteps Leopardstown showdown

  Envoi Allen was not amongst the declarations for Saturday’s PCI Irish Champion Hurdle with Honeysuckle leading a 10-strong field. The unbeaten Envoi Allen had been pencilled in for the Grade One contest on the opening day of the Dublin Racing Festival as trainer Gordon Elliot looks to step up his Cheltenham Festival preparations. With […]

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Sandown and Leopardstown in The Racing Paper – only £1.90

Be sure to pick your your copy of The Racing Paper tomorrow for all the racecards and betting previews for the weekend’s sport.   Here is a look at what features in this week’s The Racing Paper: All the racecards, form guides and analysis for the whole weekend’s action on both sides of the Irish […]

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Leopardstown holds the answer for Yorkhill

Willie Mullins feels the Coral Dublin Chase at Leopardstown will give him an idea of what targets to aim Yorkhill at in the future. Yorkhill finished eighth in his last outing, having been sent off as the second favourite, in the Leopardstown Christmas Chase in December. The eight-year-old will drop down in trip in the […]

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Thursday’s tips for Salisbury, Fontwell and Leopardstown

The brilliant filly Enable is the 11/10 favourite with BetVictor for the Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly on the first Sunday in October after the comprehensive defeats of leading French challengers Almanzor and Brametot at Deauville on Tuesday. A deadly virus ravaged Jean-Claude Rouget’s stable back in the spring, and the handler didn’t sound optimistic […]

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Thursday’s tips for action at Yarmouth, Sandown and Leopardstown

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Entries for next week’s Glorious Goodwood meeting came through earlier this afternoon with Ascot Gold Cup winner Big Orange now Even Money with BetVictor to follow-up in the Gp 1 Goodwood Cup after the defection of Ascot runner-up Order of St George. Michael Bell’s talented stayer won the race under Jamie Spencer 12 months ago […]

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Jacobs column: Mullins seeks to wrap up Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown

By Paul Jacobs Following a fabulous start, punting wise, to the National Hunt season, I had an October/November lull which I haven’t experienced in 25 years of professional tipping. Still, things have steadily turned around in the last month or so and I am on a roll near the top of the Racing Post NAPS […]

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All the best tips ahead of Saturday’s racing at Leopardstown, Curragh and Doncaster

Horse Racing Ireland have done a wonderful job attracting the cream of the crop to both Leopardstown and the Curragh this weekend for Longines Irish Champions Weekend, with an outstanding field of 13 going to post for the feature €1.25million Irish Champions Stakes. The race is steeped in prestige and sees both Epsom classic winners […]

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New Bay primed for Leopardstown challenge

Connections have confirmed that New Bay will race in Saturday’s Qipco Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown. The four-year-old is one of 17 horses left in the mile-and-a-quarter Group One contest at the latest confirmation stage and looks set to oppose dual Derby hero Harzand and English 1000 Guineas and Oaks winner Minding in the race. […]

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