Racing Post and Irish Field journalist Kevin Blake previews Sunday’s card from the Curragh, which features the Darley Irish Oaks.
Racing Post and Irish Field journalist Kevin Blake previews the King George VI and QE Stakes, while also advising some possible bets on Saturday’s Curragh card.
As the ‘racism in football’ debate shows no sign of abating in the wake of the John Terry-Anton Ferdinand court case, Will Reilly offers some thoughts on recent events in football.
Aidan and Joseph O’Brien teamed up with Imperial Monarch to spoil French celebrations in Paris on Saturday evening by landing the fixture’s big race, the Grand Prix de Paris, writes Will Reilly.
One of the first texts I received following the John Terry race-case verdict on Friday compared the Luis Suarez judgement to that of the Chelsea captain, writes Will Reilly.
The Racing Post’s Irish Greyhound correspondent Michael Fortune previews this Thursday’s Boylesports.com International card at Dundalk.
A quick look at some of the main sport on Tuesday, including racing from Fairyhouse and Roscommon, and Champions League Qualifier action.
Here are details on Monday’s key sport, including the ninth stage of the Tour de France, Irish racing from Roscommon and Super League rugby.
A look at Sunday’s main sport, including the Leinster Hurling Final, Men’s Final from Wimbledon and the British Grand Prix.
A look at some of Saturday’s main sporting detail, including Ladies’ Final at Wimbledon and League of Ireland soccer.
A look at some of the main sport taking place on Friday, including Wimbledon and racing from Wexford and Bellewstown.
Here are the details on Thursday’s sport, including the ladies’ semi-finals from Wimbledon and the fifth stage of the Tour de France.
Al Gernon gets over his initial shock to offer some thoughts on Spurs’ new manager, Andre Villas-Boas, his dress sense and, also, to look at some of the betting markets following his appointment.
… writes Al Gernon, quoting Twain, as he reflects upon Spain’s sumptuous record-breaking 4-0 success over Italy in the Euro 2012 final on Sunday.
Here are details on Wednesday’s key sport, including the men’s quarter-finals at Wimbledon from midday, the Tour de France and international One-day cricket.
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