Have you ever wondered what might happen if horse racing commentators were part time UK Garage MCs? Wonder no more with Ross Brierley and Joshua Sadler
Victoria, Matt and Oli talk all things Cheltenham
Gary O’Brien heads to Waterford to visit Henry de Bromhead, who is enjoying his best-ever season during this 2016/17 campaign. Looking to the Cheltenham Festival, the trainer gives us the latest on leading hopes for the meeting including Gold Cup hope Champagne West, Champion Hurdle contender Petit Mouchoir and Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle hope Monalee.
A recording of the At The Races Cheltenham Preview Night from The Goat Bar, Dublin.
The panel is made up of Final Furlong Podcast members Emmet Kennedy, Kevin Blake and Tony Keenan, plus top jockey Jamie Codd and popular ATR presenter Sean Boyce.
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– 1pm: ITV Racing Live, ITV
Starts Tuesday, 14th March.
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The ITV boys live on Facebook with a little Q&A as they prepare for Saturday’s show
In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy, Lydia Hislop and Tony Keenan countdown to the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ the 2017 Cheltenham Festival. We get Lydia’s thoughts on the Championship Races, Kevin gives us updates from the Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott press days, while Tony highlights one of his best bets of the Festival.
Also there’s an update of our Cheltenham Festival Preview Night from The Goat on Monday the 6th of March at 8pm streaming live on the At The Races Facebook page and www.attheraces.com
Cue Card Wins The Ascot Chase 2017
What a race! Racing over three miles for the first time, Sizing John finishes strongest under Robbie Power to beat Empire Of Dirt and Don Poli at Leopardstown and land the Grade 1 Irish Gold Cup for trainer
Vroom Vroom Mag – Doncaster Mares Hurdle 2017
We speak to the former champion in a full and frank interview at Doncaster
Super mare makes it a Grade 1 hat-trick at Leopardstown