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More Buck’s An Exciting Winter Prospect

More Buck’s landed the Summer Plate at Market Rasen for Peter and Sean Bowen to give them a hugely exciting horse to look forward to over the winter. More Buck’s began life in the Paul Nicholls yard and at just £10,000 he looks to be a…

National Winning Nose

Several records were broken this year in a Grand National that saw the highest number of racegoers through the gates at Aintree. All to see an unprecedented number of previous winners compete and culminate in the closest finish of the races…

Kauto Star Shines Again

After Kauto Star had a “pretty awful fall” on the gallops last week at the Somerset yard of Paul Nicholls. It seemed the two-time champion’s return to the Cheltenham Festival this year was in doubt, particularly as the trainer only gave…

Kauto and Nightingale Both On The Easy List

Champion trainer Paul Nicholls has reported that his two King George VI Chase contenders have both returned under a cloud after running below expectations, writes Elliot Slater. The great Kauto Star was bidding for a historic fifth successive…

Ashkazar Team Leaning Towards World Hurdle Challenge

Paul Nicholls Big Buck's looks the big banker of the meeting for many punters at the forthcoming Cheltenham Festival in mid-March, but there is no such thing as a certainty in racing and connections of recent course winner Ashkazar are seriously…

Huntingdon Following Irish Example

At a time when most news coming out of Ireland is economic doom and gloom, one Irish policy being taken up in Britain is that of super flexibility when it comes to rearranging significant race days, writes Elliot Slater. Fairyhouse’s triple…

Taranis Throws His Hat Into The Grand National Ring

Until Saturday January 30th very few people would have thought of the Paul Nicholls trained Taranis as a potential John Smith's Grand National winner, but after a tremendous performance to win Cheltenham's Argento Chase he now looks one to seriously…