And so we come to Gold Cup day. Sports journalist and racing fan, Murt Murphy, has some tips for the final day of the Cheltenham festival which has been very good indeed for the Irish. Good luck all!… Yesterday was a good day for the Irish though many trebles were scuppered when […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "Cheltenham 2017"
YESTERDAY may not have been the best of days for Bryan Cooper, but that was forgotten by 4.20pm this afternoon. The Tralee jockey was on ‘Road To Respect’ who won the Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate Handicap. He brought home the Noel Meade trained horse at odds of 14/1 to […]Read more ›
We’re halfway through the greatest racing festival on earth and sports journalist and racing fan, Murt Murphy, has some tips for day three of Cheltenham… Its 2-0 to the Bookmakers, as Wednesday proved a horrible day for punters. Who would have predicted that Douvan (who appears to have injured himself during […]Read more ›
IT was a great day for Kerry jockeys at Cheltenham yesterday. Can Bryan Cooper and Jack Kennedy add to their success today? Sports journalist and racing fan, Murt Murphy, has some tips for day two of the festival… Today is a very tricky day for punters so tread carefully with […]Read more ›
This week is like Christmas for racing fans, so sports journalist, Murt Murphy, is hoping to give gifts to punters with his top choices for Day One of the Cheltenham Festival… In the 1.30pm opener I’ll go for Willie Mullins’ Melon. Willie reckons he is very good, although he has only run once over […]Read more ›
A STAR-STUDDED line-up of racing experts were in Skelper Quane’s on Thursday night for a look forward to Cheltenham. In what’s become an annual fundraiser, jockeys Bryan Cooper and Philip Enright were joined by photographer Pat Healy of Listowel Races, bookmaker Berkie Browne and Conor O’Neill of Punchestown Racecourse on the panel. […]Read more ›