# hurricane-fly - Today’s News
Coleman or Irwin? Houghton or Whelan? Ireland’s two favourite pundits had plenty to discuss.
# hurricane-fly - Friday 2 May, 2014
As we wind down into the bank holiday weekend, there’s more top class action to look forward to in Naas today.
# hurricane-fly - Tuesday 11 March, 2014
The National Hunt extravaganza started today in the Cotswolds
Nail your colours to the mast.
From bankers to long-shots, we’ve your Irish horses covered.
For racing fans, the next four days are as good as it gets.
# hurricane-fly - Monday 10 March, 2014
It’s Christmas Eve for horse racing fans.
# hurricane-fly - Tuesday 28 January, 2014
# hurricane-fly - Sunday 26 January, 2014
Ruby Walsh and his mount answered a lot of questions at Leopardstown this afternoon.
# hurricane-fly - Sunday 29 December, 2013
Willie Mullins’ nine-year-old was too good on the final day of the Leopardstown Christmas Festival.
# hurricane-fly - Tuesday 24 December, 2013
Even if you only pay passing attention to horse racing, you might recognise these headline-makers.
# hurricane-fly - Sunday 17 November, 2013
The Willie Mullins’ trained 9-year old now has 17 Grade One wins.
# hurricane-fly - Friday 26 April, 2013
Did you need another reminder of how awesome Hurricane Fly is? Really?
# hurricane-fly - Friday 15 March, 2013
It’s all over but Ireland left their mark on Cheltenham, coming home from Prestbury Park with a record-breaking 14 winners to Britain’s 13. Here’s how it happened.
# hurricane-fly - Tuesday 12 March, 2013
The best horse racing festival in the world kicks off this afternoon (as if you needed reminding). Here’s what we have to look forward to today.
# hurricane-fly - Monday 11 March, 2013
Angela Merkel thinks we’re in the bookies — here are five Irish fancies that you need to keep an eye on.
# hurricane-fly - Sunday 27 January, 2013
It was a great day at Leopardstown for Ruby Walsh and, in particular, Willie Mullins.
# hurricane-fly - Saturday 29 December, 2012
The 2011 Champion Hurdle winner and Ruby Walsh had a routine victory on the final day of the Leopardstown Festival.
# hurricane-fly - Monday 19 November, 2012
Noel Meade is considering a trip to Newcastle for the Fighting Fifth with Go Native, who showed no after-effects from his Punchestown fall.
# hurricane-fly - Sunday 18 November, 2012
It was the sixth course and distance triumph for the horse at Punchestown today.
# hurricane-fly - Friday 9 November, 2012
The nominees for this year’s Horse Racing Ireland Awards have been announced.
# hurricane-fly - Friday 27 April, 2012
The horse secured his third successive win in the Rabobank Champion Hurdle
# hurricane-fly - Saturday 17 March, 2012
From fallers to photo-finishes, here’s how the Festival looked through a lens.
# hurricane-fly - Friday 16 March, 2012
The four-day Cheltenham Festival has wrapped up at Prestbury Park after 27 races.
Dual winner Kauto Star was pulled up at the ninth fence by Ruby Walsh after losing his place.
Newly-minted millionaire Conor Murphy is at work today ahead of the Gold Cup despite his good fortune with a €60 bet.
It’s billed as Kauto v Long Run, but check out our two tips for the final day of the Festival.
Midnight Club is now the Willie Mullin’s sole contender in the blue riband event.
Every Friday we point you in the right direction for some of the most entertaining sportsmen on the Twitter.
It’s your last chance this week to take some of your colleagues’ lunch money.
# hurricane-fly - Thursday 15 March, 2012
For the punters who could afford to stick around, there was plenty of joy to be found inside the fog at Prestbury Park.
Ruby Walsh rode the champion horse to victory in a thrilling finish as Voler La Vedette pushed it all the way.
No need to skive off work (much) we’re bringing you all the latest updates from Prestbury Park.
Can Barry Geraghty and Nicky Henderson keep yesterday’s show on the road today? Mark Hobbs runs through today’s card.
As Hector might be shouting at this very instant in field in the Cotswolds: let yourself go.
# hurricane-fly - Wednesday 14 March, 2012
Yesterday, three horses lost their lives on the first afternoon of racing at the Festival.
A mixed day for punters, but a landmark day for Irish jockeys, particularly Barry Geraghty who claimed three wins.
It wasn’t a particularly good day to be a photographer at trackside… but here’s what the snappers at Prestbury Park captured earlier.
Finian’s Rainbow comes in first after last fence dolled off in day’s feature race.
Get those two-cent coins stacked nice and high, we’re going minute-by-minute for day two of the greatest equine show on earth.