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Jockey Aidan Coleman targets Aintree success As the countdown to the 2014 Grand National gathers pace, jockey-of-the-moment Aidan Coleman can be forgiven for thinking the famous race owes him a good turn on 5 April. In six attempts, Coleman, whose
But although he will have not have to worry about financial matters in the short term following the Aintree win, Mania's long-term financial future in racing is less clear. "Winning the Grand National is the pinnacle of any jockey's career, and there'
Mon Mome, the 100-1 Grand National winner of 2009, is retired Mon Mome, the 100-1 winner of the 2009 Grand National, has been retired Trainer Venetia Williams said the 13-year-old would spend his retirement at her stables in Herefordshire. Mon Mome
Venetia Williams' charge finished sixth in the race last year but was allowed to go off at odds of 50-1 in the hands of Liam Treadwell. He rode an excellent race from the front but trainer David Pipe appeared to hold the upper hand as his pair of
You can tell you're a footy fan with no knowledge of real sports!...Ye Shiwen, without a shred of evidence? or utterly deflating liam treadwell after a great win by telling him he could afford to have his teeth done, prompting a couple of thousand
The BBC sports presenter said in an interview: For the most part people are accepting. Personally I am a much better broadcaster for not hiding who I am. In a way it makes me much less of a threat and women are funny the way they watch telly, because
Tony McCoy has decided to ride Don't Push It as he bids to win the John Smith's Grand National for the first time at the 15th attempt. McCoy ended weeks of speculation before midday yesterday as he looks to fill one of the glaring omissions on his CV.
The 24-year-old was on cloud nine after winning Britain's premier horse race aboard a 100-1 chance at his first attempt last April, when Balding needled him about his teeth. He initially smiled for the cameras without showing them, but Miss Balding
It was an extraordinary performance… unbelievable' Emma John Trainer Venetia Williams with 2009 Grand National winner Mon Mome. Photograph: Gary Calton This year's Grand National made Venetia Williams the second female trainer ever to win the race
Tranquil Sea broke the Irish hoodoo in the Paddy Power Gold Cup two weeks ago and Noel Meade 's Casey Jones is out to do the same in the Hennessy Gold Cup tomorrow. Be My Royal passed the post first for Willie Mullins in 2002, but subsequently lost