Chester May Festival 2018 – Day One – 09/05/2018 The Chester May Festival kicks off this Wednesday and it’s one of my personal favourite festivals of the season. Three days of top quality of flat racing of which i’m thoroughly looking forward to attending. Here’s my views on Day One…
The first classics of the season take place this weekend at Newmarket and that is of course the 1000 & 2000 Guineas. It looks to be once again a battle between both of the big guns in Ballydoyle and Godolphin with most of the markets being dominated by their representatives.
Wednesday 2nd May 2018 – Ascot A fantastic midweek card at Ascot to get stuck into as some top drawer flat action takes centre stage. There’s a couple of Group 3’s and a Listed Contest on offer and here’s my full card preview.. 2.00 – The Irish Rover (4/7) (Jockey:
Midweek Flat Fancies – Tuesday 1st May 2018 I’ve got several fancies today from today’s flat meetings which come in the form of Nottingham, Brighton & Yarmouth. Decent competitive cards at all venues and here are my selections… Nottingham 2.00 – Delft Dancer (11/10) (Jockey: J Crowley – Trainer: M
Monday 30th April 2018 Windsor Following a fantastic week of action at Punchestown the focus turns onto the flat again and that of course means my weekly Monday nights at Windsor post. It’s once again a competitive card of racing with some cracking contests in store Here are my
Punchestown Festival – (Day 1) (Day 2) (Day 3) (Day 4) (Day 5) Saturday 28th April 2018 We’ve reached the final day of the Punchestown Festival of 2018 and what a week it’s been. I’d go as far as saying it’s been my favourite part of the National Hunt season this time around.
Punchestown Festival – (Day 1) (Day 2) (Day 3) (Day 4) Friday 27th April 2018 We move onto the fourth day of the Punchestown Festival this Friday and we now see Willie Mullins taking a commanding position at the top of the Trainers Championship with a now near 500,000 lead over Gordon Elliott.