The doughty Scandinavians have proved that even the smallest teams can thrive in big tournaments: minnows like Leitrim must follow their example
The sign of a good manager or trainer is that they back their people to the hilt, especially after a bad blunder
As Willie Mullins strives to overtake Gordon Elliott at this week’s festival, can he draw inspiration from - of all people - Stalin?
Beautiful and brutal, the sport of heroes takes a stick to Gaelic football in terms of betting prospects
The progeny of Galileo is available at a highly tempting 25/1 to prevail in September’s race
Champion trainer Willie Mullins has never won the Irish Grand National. Is that about to change?
Kevin Walsh’s team are great value to emerge victorious from today’s Connacht clásico in Castlebar
From a jockey who has to lose 8lbs in one day to a trainer who never goes on holiday, in racing there is no respite
The bigger festival may get all the hype, but the Midlands National offers attractive prospects
As we learned during the Beast from the East, impulse decisions made out of fear do not make for good outcomes - and the same goes for betting