Keeping records – too late in the day

Ian Carnaby's Racing News | December 29th, 2018

I trust you had a good Christmas and I wish you all the best in 2019. From a personal point of view I’d like to cut down on hospital visits if possible; a new hip and a pacemaker will do … Read More »

The King George VI Chase

Stu Williams | December 26th, 2018

By Stu Williams Stu is an occasional contributor to our Weekend Card most recently writing in our Festive Bumper Edition. Here he shares his latest blog. Inaugurated in 1937, the King George VI Steeple Chase undoubtedly holds a special place … Read More »

Global Citizen at his favourite place

Ian Carnaby's Racing News Ian Carnaby's Sports News | December 22nd, 2018

Well, whatever else happens this Christmas, Southampton’s 3-2 victory over Arsenal will live long in the memory. It was quite something, seeing my nine-year-old granddaughter standing up and waving cheerio to the visiting fans and I shall miss her if, … Read More »

Welcoming Ronan Groome to the team

Rebecca's Spotlight | December 19th, 2018

I work for the Irish Field as a racing journalist. Ever since I went racing with my grandad at a young age I’ve been hooked. I studied Equine Business at college but missed a whole semester because I got an … Read More »

Rhapsody In Blue – A million miles from Gershwin

Ian Carnaby's Racing News | December 15th, 2018

I was pleased when Ramses de Theillee won at Chepstow because it made for a profitable weekend, though I thought the 2/1 starting price very skinny. The veteran Alfie Spinner’s poor run as a saver recommendation dented the pick-up slightly but … Read More »

Alfie Spinner no spent force at 13

Ian Carnaby's Racing News | December 8th, 2018

This has been a week of identifying short-priced favourites which still represented value if we acted soon enough. On Monday, the day of the Horserace Writers’ Lunch, Royal Claret had a clear chance in the mares’ three-mile handicap hurdle at … Read More »

Like Tears In the Rain …

Marten's Perspective | December 7th, 2018

There have been many special moments in my life. I have been very lucky, first to have been part of them and second, perhaps more importantly, to have been receptive to them. I am sure there have been people around … Read More »

Things my mother taught me

Ian Carnaby's Racing News | December 1st, 2018

Thank you to everyone for the good wishes during my stay in hospital. I now have a pacemaker, though the decision to go ahead was in the balance. Everything had improved during my time there, including the heart rate, though … Read More »