Trainers are requested to note that there will be a Gowran Park meeting on Tuesday 29 May featuring The Irish Stallion Farms EBF Victor McCalmont Memorial Stakes. A new programme of races will be published in due course and this meeting will close for entries by 12 noon on Thursday 24 May with declarations to run to be made by 10am on Monday 28 May.
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Trainers are reminded that if your horse becomes a reserve on the racecard, you are now obliged to declare it as either a runner or a non-runner to the dedicated Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board (IHRB) line (045-445645). Declaration must be made at least 90 minutes before the scheduled off-time of the first race in accordance with Rule 194 (iii) (a) or (b).
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Gustav Klimt leading O’Brien assault on Irish 2,000 Guineas
Gustav Klimt is set to feature in a three-pronged raid by Aidan O’Brien on the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh. The Galileo colt impressed on his seasonal reappearance at Leopardstown last month, but had to settle for sixth place in the Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket behind stablemat
Sergei Prokofiev powers to Rochestown Stakes glory at Naas
Sergei Prokofiev had little trouble landing the odds in the Coolmore War Command Rochestown Stakes at Naas. Aidan O’Brien’s exciting youngster was close to the lead in third place as Mick Channon’s British raider Izzer set the pace. The 2-7 favourite hit the front under Ryan Moore and soon put the r
Sioux Nation speeds to Lacken Stakes triumph at Naas
Sioux Nation returned to his best when defying a Group One penalty in the Goffs Lacken Stakes at Naas. Winner of last season’s Phoenix Stakes, the Aidan O’Brien-trained colt displayed his class as he dismissed the opposition in this Group Three contest. Sioux Nation (15-8 favourite) showed he had co
Brother Bear set for Ascot assignment following Naas victory
Brother Bear got back on track when taking Listed honours in the Owenstown Stud Stakes at Naas. Since winning at this level nearly 12 months ago at the Curragh, the Jessica Harrington-trained colt had been out of luck, including when a close fourth in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot. Brother Bear
In-form Jessica Harrington celebrates one-two in Fillies’ Sprint at Naas
Jessica Harrington’s rich vein of form continued when Servalan (10-1) and Chicas Amigas gave her a one-two in the Coolmore Stud Irish EBF Fillies’ Sprint Stakes at Naas. The duo had the race to themselves in the closing stages, with Servalan proving the stronger in the hands of Seamie Heffernan to p
Jetez makes his mark with maiden success at Limerick
Jetez got off the mark with an all-the-way success in the Tiny Giants Play Live At Limerick Racecourse June 16th Maiden Hurdle. Robbie Power settled Jessica Harrington’s five-year-old in front from the start and was able to dictate affairs. Storm Rising tried to mount a challenge in the closing stag
Asthuria makes it double delight for Willie Mullins at Limerick
Asthuria gave Willie Mullins a double at Limerick when landing the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Chase. The two and a half length success from Teacher’s Pet also meant a brace for winning rider Robbie Power, who came in as late replacement for Rachael Blackmore. Blackmore went for facial X-rays aft
Djakadam well beaten in Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris
Djakadam was out of luck in a dramatic renewal of the Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris at Auteuil. Willie Mullins’ raider made little impact on the Grade One over three and three-quarter miles, as the Guillaume Macaire-trained On The Go snatched victory on the line in the hands of James Reveley, who was
Henry Candy team ‘off-colour’ after Limato suffers painful Lockinge reverse
Henry Candy believes his stable is under a cloud after Limato became the latest of his string to put in a below-par performance in the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes on Saturday. Candy had thought as much after his fancied runners were well beaten at York, and was more convinced when Limato struggled hom
Kentucky Derby hero Justify follows up in Preakness Stakes
Justify put himself within one race of joining the greats of American racing with victory in the 143rd Preakness Stakes at a murky and rain-soaked Pimlico racecourse in Baltimore. Ridden by Mike Smith, 52, Bob Baffert’s undefeated Kentucky Derby hero faced seven rivals in the second leg of the US Tr
Southern France on track for Queen’s Vase with Leger bid on the cards
Southern France emerged as a potential St Leger candidate in winning the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Yeats Stakes at Navan. The son of Galileo took the Listed honours over a mile and five furlongs, just six days after opening his account at Leopardstown, with his racecourse debut coming only last month
Evasive Power swoops for debut win at Navan
Evasive Power looked a useful prospect when finishing fast and late to take the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden at Navan. Making his racecourse debut, the Michael O’Callaghan-trained youngster came widest of all under Leigh Roche, beating Silver Service – who looked to have done enoug
The Broghie Man primed for Group Three test at Naas
Adrian Keatley is excited to give The Broghie Man an opportunity in Group Three company when he lines up for the Goffs Lacken Stakes at Naas on Sunday. The son of Cityscape returned in triumph following a 160-day break, during which he was gelded, when holding Speak In Colours by a short head in the
Willie Mullins sends Djakadam in pursuit of Paris prize
Djakadam returns to his native France for the Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris at Auteuil on Sunday. Still only a nine-year-old, he has been in training with Willie Mullins since his juvenile hurdle days and had just the one run in France in April 2012, for Arnaud Chaille-Chaille. He has been ultra-reli
Rhododendron foils Lightning Spear in Lockinge Stakes thriller
Rhododendron gave Aidan O’Brien a second victory in the Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes following a thrilling finish to the Group One showpiece over a mile at Newbury. Lightning Spear looked like he just about hit the front under Oisin Murphy and was about to spring a 16-1 surprise, but Ryan Moore had hit
Offline aiming to book Royal Ascot ticket at Naas
Andrew Slattery is hoping Offline can confirm his ticket to Royal Ascot with a big run in the Coolmore War Command Rochestown Stakes at Naas on Sunday. The Thurles trainer has the Windsor Castle Stakes in mind for the son of Requinto, who made a pleasing debut with a smooth victory at Dundalk last m
Elarqam on course for Irish 2,000 Guineas challenge
Elarqam is set to take his chance in the Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh next weekend. The Mark Johnston-trained Frankel colt ran a fine race in defeat when fourth in the Newmarket version earlier this month, beaten less than three lengths by Saxon Warrior. Johnston said: “He is almos
No joy for Willie Mullins at Auteuil on Saturday
Willie Mullins was out of luck in the Grade One four-year-old hurdle at Auteuil as the spoils went to the French-trained Wildriver. The Mullins first string, Mr Adjudicator, was a late withdrawal from the near two-and-a-half-mile feature over hurdles and his two runners, Saglawy and Msassa, failed t
Crystal Ocean breezes to Al Rayyan Stakes victory at Newbury
Crystal Ocean proved a class above his rivals when taking a step back up in trip in his stride to run riot in the Al Rayyan Stakes at Newbury. After making a winning a return over 10 furlongs at Sandown last month, the Sir Michael Stoute-trained four year old showed his versatility with an impressiv
Gallinule Stakes bid a possibility for Richard Hannon raider
Impressive Newbury maiden winner Raymond Tusk could be sent to Ireland on his next start for a tilt at the Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes at the Curragh next weekend. Connections are considering stepping the Richard Hannon-trained son of High Chaparral, who holds an entry in the King Edward VII Stakes
Mon, 21st May 2018
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Tuesday, 22nd May 2018
Good to Yielding. Heavy rain (Approx ...
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The ground at Naas remains good to firm. Overcast and mainly dry forcast.
Following watering yesterday and 1mm of rain overnight the ground @LimerickRaces is now good. Forecast is overcast… https://t.co/RY7uiK4LJV
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
The ground @NaasRacecourse is good to firm. Selective watering to take place today. Mainly dry forecast.
The ground @NavanRacecourse is good to firm. Dry forecast for today.
The ground @LimerickRaces is good to firm, good in places. Following a dry day yesterday and mainly dry forecast to… https://t.co/37XgBOG1Ce
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
The ground @SligoRaces (Tue) remains good to yielding. Forecast for heavy rain (approx 20mm) Sunday/Monday and gen… https://t.co/JXRI3598NQ
The ground @DownpatrickRace remains good. Dry day ahead.
The ground @corkracecourse remains good, good to firm in places. Dry forecast today.
The ground @NavanRacecourse (Saturday) is good to firm, good in places. Selective watering to take place. Dry forecast.
The ground @NaasRacecourse ( Sunday) is good to firm. Generally dry forecast today and tomorrow. Weather being mon… https://t.co/i5w8NFZYyv
The ground @LimerickRaces (Sunday) is now good. Weather being monitored with regard to watering. Forecast for poss… https://t.co/mj7vyUikdf
RAS Twitter @HRI_Racing
Following a dry day and with a dry forecast, selective watering will commence at Cork this evening.
The ground @WexfordRacecour (Wed) is good, good to yielding in places. Dry forecast.
The ground @NavanRacecourse (Saturday) is now good. Generally dry forecast over the coming days.
The ground @LimerickRaces (Sunday) is good to yielding, good in places. Forecast mainly dry with risk of some showers.
The ground @NaasRacecourse (Sunday) is now good to firm. Dry forecast over the coming days and selective watering… https://t.co/bNC4UNEODW
The ground @ClonmelR remains good. Selective watering continues this morning. Forecast generally dry today.
The ground @SligoRaces (Tue) is good to yielding. Dry over the coming days with possibility of rain at the weekend.
The ground @tipperaryraces (next Thu) is yielding, good in places. Forecast dry today and tomorrow with a possibil… https://t.co/cC4SpOsokZ
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