While we may not be able to head to the races just yet, that doesn't mean that the industry has slowed down. For UK and Irish trainers, it's all go as they prepare for the coming jumps season. Now that Autumn is underway the big race meetings…
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It is still very much up in the air as to whether back-to-back Grand National winner, Tiger Roll will return to Aintree in 2020 to try and become the first horse ever to win a hat-trick of successive Grand Nationals.
In a recent interview…
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Tiger Roll is already seen as one of the best National Hunt racehorses ever. But after two incredible wins of the Grand National in 2018 and 2019, he is on the verge of becoming the greatest of all time. If he can secure an unthinkable third…
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Trainer Gordon Elliott must still be on cloud nine following his Galway Plate win with Borice. The 8-year-old romped home to take the win ahead of Black Corton and jockey Bryony Frost. Of course, this also meant that bookies instantly installed…
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It may not be as long or as difficult as the Aintree Grand National but the American Grand National at Far Hills in New Jersey still attracts the big names. This year is no different and had plenty of interest from the British and Irish trainers.…
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Three-time Grade One winner Don Poli is set to be campaigned this season towards the Grand National at Aintree in April. Gordon Elliott’s runner has long been talked about as being an ideal candidate for the 4m4f marathon, however, connections…
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The 2007 Grand National proved that age, experience and reputation are not precursors for success, when Gordon Elliott, a novice trainer who had not yet had a single winner in his homeland of Ireland, won the steeplechase with 33-1 shot Silver…
When Roi Du Mee beat out Prince De Beauchene in the 2013 BobbyJo Chase his odds for the 2013 Grand National were slashed from 50/1 to as little as 20/1. Trained by Gordon Elliott, he was given the entry last year on the back of some great and…
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Trained by Gordon Elliott, Tarquinius was 10-years old when, as a result of a round of withdrawals, finally secured himself a spot in the starting line-up of 40 2013 Grand National Runners and given that he originally started in 63rd spot, that…
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