30 December 2007 Amid all the contests and matches that will entertain us throughout the year, there is usually one defining moment: Our writers consider… Read More »THE DUELS THAT WILL SHAPE SPORT IN 2008
30 December 2007 Many words and much money are spent on what to do with a horse with a slightly injured leg. Sometimes the best… Read More »BARGAIN BUY SOUFFLEUR RISES TO THE OCCASION
16 December 2007 Making a father’s banner your own is a difficult and often thankless business. But after 18 months in charge of father Martin’s… Read More »LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON, PIPE CALLS THE TUNE.
9 December 2007 |The racing world is holding its breath. Whatever any closet republicans may whisper, it realises the astonishing advantage that royal patronage brings.… Read More »CAN PRINCE CHARLES MAINTAIN THE ROYAL LEGACY OF A ROLE IN THE SPORT OF KINGS
9 December 2007 Seen this week from the distance of Hong Kong, the Kieren Fallon saga had a sad sense of impending doom about it.… Read More »THIS FLAWED GENIUS HAS ONLY HIMSELF TO BLAME
2 December 2007 He came past where the great ones have been: Burrough Hill Lad, Mill House and, yes, Arkle too. That’s the company Denman… Read More »DENMAN THE DESTROYER HAS STABLE STAR IN HIS SIGHTS
25 November 2007 It’s not just the opportunity but the way you take it. Few sportsmen have ever stepped up to the plate quite as… Read More »NO DOUBTING THOMAS AS KAUTO STARS AGAIN IN BETFAIR
18 November 2007 Champion trainer’s two equine losses plus injury to Walsh mar first big weekend of the season It happens in an instant, quicker… Read More »NICHOLLS TEAM SUFFER JUMPING’S BRUTAL SIDE