Tim O’Driscoll’s maiden voyage at Cheltenham a year ago ended in failure, but this time he’s hopeful that his brilliant young horse Dinons can be one of the stars of the festival
Steeped in Irish horseracing since childhood, Powell has been managing editor of the Irish Field since 2004. As the equine world gears up for Cheltenham this week, he discusses the state of Irish racing
‘Drastic’ Dave Lewis is on course to meet his cost-cutting targets, but that alone may not be enough
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By bringing Christian Dior couture into the LVHM fold in an estimated €12.1 billion deal, Arnault is getting his affairs in order for a succession
United Airlines made a drama out of a crisis, but how much had its dismissive responses to the violent removal of a paying passenger to do with the airline’s new aggressive competition culture?
Horseracing’s equivalent of foreign direct investment has given Irish trainers financial firepower