THIS TIME of year, as the flat season gets into full swing, a few jockeys sometimes get promoted – or vice versa – and one who is getting a rough ride is Declan McDonogh. Read more in the latest issue out now.
WITH A rejuvenated Sean Mulryan enjoying such high-profile success this year after his long hiatus, the developer’s re-engagement with the sport is being classed as a barometer for the health of the property development and construction sectors. Read more in the latest issue.
MICHAEL O’LEARY’S surprising idea of offering Don Poli and Outlander for sale two days before the Aintree Grand National certainly bore fruit. Read more in the latest issue out now. You can also read more about Mick’s cast offs here for free.
Barry Connell is not well known outside of racing circles, despite the fact that he is one of the biggest national hunt racehorse owners in the country, with only the likes of JP McManus, Mick O’Leary and Rich Ricci finishing ahead of him regularly in the pecking order over the last decade. Read Goldhawk’s profile... Read more »
RICH RICCI has pulled off something of a PR coup after personally teaming up with BetVictor to honour antepost bets that had been voided as a result of the £15m sale of Betbright to 888. Read more in the latest issue out now. And you can read why Ricci felt the heat recently here for... Read more »
With Tiger Roll’s back to back Aintree Grand National wins confirming Michael O’Leary’s status as the premier owner in the national hunt game, Goldhawk casts his eye upon two horses he is seeking to sell. Read more in the latest issue out now. You can also read about Mick’s previous sales here for free.
NAAS RACECOURSE welcomed the Irish flat season back recently and while there was the usual domination by the ‘establishment’, there were also examples of how the ordinary punter can mix it with the big boys. Read about how well the ordinary punter did here. You can also read more about Jim Bolger’s two year olds... Read more »