Grendisar became the first horse to land back-to-back
victories of the coral. co. uk Winter Derby Trial with a
hard-fought triumph in the Listed contest at Lingfield. Adam Kirby brought Marco Botti's charge with a tremendous
run in the straight to gain the upper hand in the
all-weather championship fast-track qualifier.
You Must Know Me had to be put down after making all the
running in the Leopardstown Inn Hunters Chase at the Dublin
track. The 10-year-old was reported to have broken a leg just as he
was passing the winning post clear of the opposition.
It was a weekend packed full of Cheltenham Festival and
Grand National clues across the Britain Isles. We dissect the action and reveal the five things to take
note of from Cheltenham, Doncaster and further afield. Â
*Thistle cracks it at Cheltenham*
The World Hurdle has lacked a superstar since Big BuckĂ˘Â€Â™s
Itâ€™s a big weekend of racing action across the country,
with the likes of Cheltenham and Doncaster hosting a card
full of future stars. We delve a little deeper to suss out the Festival clues on
offer and see what is likely to dominate the headlines. Hereâ€™s our five talking points.
Singing Justin Bieber on the X-Factor, naming and shaming
the Weighing Room's worst dressed jockey and winning aboard
Tea For Two - we get the Inside Track from history-making
#JockeyChamps rider Lizzie Kelly.
This weekend, Willie Mullinsâ€™ Irish raiders are set for
the British Isles again with his leading Champion Chase
contender venturing to Ascot for the Sodexo Clarence House
Chase. We take a look at the talking points likely to dominate the
weekendâ€™s racing, including action from Berkshire and
Haydock Park, among others.