The 'massive softie', who would also excel as an eventer or a dressage horse, will be one of the 40 horses lining up for the Grand National on Saturday (8 April), but how much do you know about this exciting prospect?
Ali talks us through why she has "roughly the same emotional stability as a pre-pubescent teenager" at the moment
Those who have cared for the equine heroes will also be attending the one-off showcase
Excited for the Grand National? We are! Check out our top tips if you're heading to Aintree next week (6-8 April)
“I love it, don’t get me wrong they have their moments, especially coming up to a big raceday, but they are finely-tuned athletes”
When top jockey Leighton Aspell went head-to-head with an elite rugby player some interesting results were revealed...
“We are very grateful to all at BHA and at Colchester General Hospital who have helped to make this happen”
The youngster is aiming to complete the 50-mile challenge by Friday
An overdue visit to the home of racing for Horse & Hound's features editor has her hooked on a town where horses come first...
Lucy Bridgwater tells us all about her and Sammy's appearance in the RoR parade at the Cheltenham Festival recently
'I told the owner he'd have him back in a heartbeat as he was his best friend'
Artist Paul Tavernor was inspired by childhood memories of watching the great racehorse triumph in the Grand National
Horse & Hound's guest racing columnist on the ‘anxious nutter’ who broke his Festival duck
Horse & Hound's racing columnist asks whether Britain’s race programme is due an overhaul
An Aintree spokesman said the racecourse will work with its transport partners to ensure the strike has as little effect on racegoers as possible
When seven-year-old Freddie Fletcher was hospitalised with a serious infection, it was his pony Tommy that kept him going. Now the budding jockey is taking to the racetrack to raise money for the hospital that saved him
A jockey, a Rio hockey medallist and a rugby player go head-to-head in the sporting swap ahead of the 2017 Grand National
How is the Cheltenham Festival over for another year? So many highs, a fair few lows, sun, rising stars, Tinder, tears, Guinness and a reassuring amount of tweed. Please can we do it all again?
It was an action-packed finale to the Festival — with triumph and disappointment for the British raiders
Death Duty is the one to beat in the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle, while the Gold Cup could go one of three ways, says Betway tipster Tom Sutton