Horses to follow

Coral Scottish Grand National 2019: Five horses to look out for

| 11.04.2019

Five Scottish Grand National runners and riders Tiger Roll may have been a heavy favourite in the Aintree Grand National. But the 2019 Coral Scottish Grand National from Ayr at the weekend looks an altogether more open affair. There’s no standout favourite for the race, which will be run over... View Article

Can Tiger Roll add 2018 Grand National to Cheltenham win?

| 10.04.2018

Gordon Elliott hasn’t won the Grand National since 2007. But the Irish trainer looks like he could have a major player on his hands with Tiger Roll. The eight-year-old spearheads a three-strong team going to Aintree for the big racing showpiece, also including Ucello Conti and Bless The Wing. But... View Article

Grand National 2019 – Will Tiger Roll win?

| 06.04.2018

Tiger Roll could make history in the 2019 Grand National, if he can become the first horse since Red Rum to make it back-to-back triumphs in the famous race. And he could become the shortest-priced winner of the Grand National since 11/4 shot Poethlyn all the way back in 1919.... View Article

Clemmie favourite for 1000 Guineas after Cheveley Park romp

| 02.10.2017

Star juvenile has shone this term The Aidan O’Brien trained Clemmie has been installed as the 4/1 favourite for the 2018 1000 Guineas. It comes after another excellent display, this time in last Saturday’s Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket. O’Brien’s charge was prominent throughout and kept with the leaders right... View Article

Seven stars to look forward to during the 2017-18 National Hunt season

| 28.09.2017

Thistlecrack, Sizing John and Might Bite are back in action With the flat season almost at a close, attention will soon turn to the 2017-18 National Hunt campaign. Meetings at Punchestown and Haydock get the season truly underway in November, before the King George VI Chase takes centre-stage on Boxing... View Article

Simon Mapletoft on the AWC: Horses to follow – Sprint

| 29.10.2015

Champion Pretend has had a summer holiday and will be back to begin his title defence in the Listed Golden Rose Stakes at Lingfield in November. No horse has won two Championship Finals, but Godolphin’s reigning sprint king Pretend must have an outstanding chance of repeating his success in last... View Article