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Day one at the Cheltenham Festival: Faugheen storms to victory in the Champion Hurdle, while Annie Power is reportedly fine after her fall in the Mares' Hurdle
Watch Hurricane Fly secure a record-breaking fifth Irish Champion Hurdle
Jockeys Daryl Jacob, Ruby Walsh, Bryan Cooper and Jason Maguire are reportedly all on the road to recovery following nasty falls last week
Popular winner of 7 races has been put down after a schooling accident
Ruby Walsh is to step down from his role as stable jockey at Paul Nicholls’ yard after 11 seasons to spend more time in Ireland
The favourite, a 50th Festival winner for Nicky Henderson, takes a thrilling Cheltenham Gold Cup
Nicky Henderson’s brilliant chaser is an easy winner of the Queen Mother Champion Chase on day two of the Cheltenham Festival
Ruby Walsh rides half the winners on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival
Read all the latest racing news Paul Nicholls, born on 17 April 1972, is a British National Hunt trainer based at Manor Farm, Ditcheat in Somerset. Nicholls left school at the age of 16 to work at a local point-to-point yard and in 1982 he became a conditional jockey under…
Kauto Star lights up Boxing Day with a brilliant performance to win a fifth King George VI Chase at Kempton
Ruby Walsh returns from injury with three winners at the Cheltenham Festival, including the Champion Hurdle on Hurricane Fly
Top National Hunt jockey Ruby Walsh is facing months on the sidelines after breaking his leg in two places.
Jockey Ruby Walsh will not be back riding at a racecourse for at least two months after breaking his arm in a fall on Saturday (10 April).
Ruby Walsh has chosen to ride the Paul Nicholls-trained My Will in the 2009 Grand National at Aintree
Top jockey Ruby Walsh is to have a song released in his honour by Irish folk singer Christy Moore
Jockey Ruby Walsh finished second at Cheltenham just 27 days after undergoing surgery
Paul Nicholls, Ruby Walsh and Aidan O'Brien were among those who received awards at the 42nd annual Horserace Writers and Photographers Association lunch