BARCLAY COMMUNICATIONS’ GENTLEMAN’S RACE EVENING
Celebrating all gentlemen out
there with a flair for fashion – Ladies welcome too!
Down Royal and Barclay
Communications are excited to launch the second Barclay Communications’ Gentlemen’s
Race Evening at Down Royal on Friday 27th May. A thrilling all
National Hunt card of racing is accompanied ...
DOWN ROYAL (Monday, May 2)
Join us for jumping action at Down Royal on Bank Holiday Monday where the most valuable race on the card is the Belfast Live Hurdle (3.15), worth €17,500 in prize-money. A field of six are set to line up, headed by the Gordon Elliott-trained Cogryhill who will be ridden by Bryan Cooper in the familiar maroon and white silks of Michael O'Leary's Gigginstown House ...
DINGLE teenager Jack Kennedy only turned 17 last Friday and he got
the birthday present he wanted at Punchestown yesterday when he rode his first
winner at the festival on Missy Tata in the Setanta Sports Mares Novice Hurdle.
The 6-4 favourite, trained by Gordon Elliott, was much the best under a cool
Kennedy and eased to a nine-length win over Ria D'etel. Missy Tata won the Value Cabs 3-Y-O...
It was a special day at Cheltenham for the Irish! Fresh from landing the opening
JCB Triumph Hurdle with Ivanovich Gorbatov, the visitors bagged the biggest
trophy of all when Don Cossack won the Timico Gold Cup for Bryan Cooper, Gordon
Elliott and Gigginstown House Stud. It was a thrilling Gold Cup run at a
ferocious pace and once Cue Card came down when travelling well, it was always
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL (Friday Preview)
Good Luck to JNWine.com Champion Chase winner Don Cossack in Gold Cup & On The Fringe to regain Foxhunters crown #downroyalwinners - final day of Cheltenham Festival 2016
curtain comes down on the Cheltenham Festival on Friday and what a Timico
Cheltenham Gold Cup (3.30) we have in store. There might be no
Vautour in th...
Racing from Cheltenham will be televised during the Daily Mirror St Patrick's Day Race Meeting at Down Royal today.
Admission is £12 and children under 16 go free - available at the turnstiles today.
Gates open 12pm, first race 2pm (approx) and final race 5:35pm (approx)
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL (Thursday Preview)
have never won the Ryanair Chase (2.50) bef...
Venitien De Mai, winner of the Rodney Watson Memorial Beginners S'chase at Down Royal last time out, led home a one-two for trainer Jim Dreaper and owners Alan and Ann Potts in the Woodlands 100 Club Leinster National Handicap Chase at Naas.
Given a fine ride at the head of affairs by Jonathan Moore, the 100-30 favourite put up a terrific performance for a novice to power home ...
Down Royal's Taxi Partner Value Cabs have updated their App to make booking and paying for a taxi even easier!
Credit/Debit card payment facility now available on our App!
Paying for your Value Cab
has never been easier with Credit/Debit card payment functionality now available
on our App. To register a credit or debit card simply tap the 'Credit Card'
option on the main menu which ...
Noel Meade is keen for Road To Riches to have another crack at the Cheltenham Gold Cup - despite his eclipse at Leopardstown on Saturday.
The Gigginstown-owned nine-year-old was beaten 12 lengths by Carlingford Lough in the Irish Gold Cup at the Foxrock circuit, but has returned home unscathed from that short-priced defeat.
Road To Riches also holds an entry in the Ryanair Chase at the Chelten...