Douvan's seventh-place finish was undoubtedly the upset of the Festival so far. Might Bite's win on the line possibly the highlight, especially as we took him on in our Happy Hour Special. Will today's races be as exciting?
“The Greatest Show on Turf” saw the StanJames' Racing Ambassador Nicky Henderson-trained Buveur D'air take the StanJames Champion Hurdle, along with a thrilling photo foinish between SingleFarmPayment and Un Temps Pour Tour, which was won by the latter.
“The Greatest Show on Turf” gets underway today and each day one of our traders will share his thoughts on the day's first four races, We can't guarantee a winner; but we can certainly give you a glimpse into how the trader's are thinking!
“The Greatest Show on Turf” is an expression bandied about far too often in the world of sports. Everything from the stateside Superbowl to the Portmerrion Lawn Tennis Casuals want a slice of this coveted accolade.
Entries Release: Thursday 19th January 2017 - Carlingford Lough (10-1) heads the entries of 17 horses for the feature race, the €150,000 Stan James Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Sunday, February 12th.
The latestFlat Racing review from our trader Neal Hough. Here's all the action from Royal Ascot, including some highs and lows and an amusing insight into the workings of the trading desk! Ever wondered what they get up to at meetings? Wonder no more...
7 meetings but not much quality but at the Curragh we saw two note worthy performances. Awtaad won the Tectreach Stakes beating Blue De Vega comfortably he will improve for the step up to a mile and can go very well in the Irish 2000 guineas and carries e/w claims.
Welcome to my very first StanJames.com blog; I’m delighted to be the StanJames.com ambassador for the 2016 flat turf season and with over 240 horses under my care, hopefully we can find a few winners among them!