Tag: Cheltenham

“It Was Either Run Really Fast All My Life Or Be Slaughtered” – Cheltenham Winner

RACEHORSE Sausage Roll obliterated the competition to gain a fifth victory in the Glenfarclas Chase at Cheltenham yesterday and is now tipped for the Grand National, but what makes the 8-year-old stand out from the rest? WWN travels to his stables to chat racing, life and his future plans. “I suppose growing up with the constant fear of being sent… Read more »

Irish Lad With Cheltenham Tip Talking Out Of His Arse

Citing important things such as ‘form’, ‘trainer’, ‘jockey’ and ‘good-to-soft’ Irish lad Danny Scanlan is convinced he has just the tip for the Champion Hurdle at 3.20pm tomorrow. While Danny, a Wexford native, didn’t like to reveal the exact identity of his source for the tip so close to the festival beginning tomorrow. However, he… Read more »

Country Holds It’s Breath As Minister For Finance Puts Entire EU Bailout Fund On 9/4 Favourite ‘Hurricane Fly’ At Cheltenham

THE Republic of Ireland will be holding it’s breath today as the entire European/IMF bailout fund (€80bn) was put on the 9/4 favourite,  Hurricane Fly, in the Champion hurdle at Cheltenham today. It is estimated a ‘staggering’  2.5 million viewers will be glued to their television sets for the race at 3:20 this afternoon. Hurricane Fly’s recent record makes him a… Read more »