Historical flashback: The Grand National Through the Decades

The coronavirus crisis has hit horse racing hard, like every sport. All meetings in Britain and Ireland are off, with the biggest postponement that of the 2020 Grand National. The race is one of the most defining moments of the horse racing season, as the top trainers and jockeys go head-to-head in the hope of winning one of the sport’s most famous races, while punters all over the country analyse the all the horse betting odds. This year brings the beginning of a new decade of this famous race, and although it won’t take place in April as is the norm, you can be sure that jockeys and trainers will still have their eye on the big race when it is rescheduled.

The Infamous Cheltenham Fall that Still Hunts So Many Punters

The Cheltenham Festival is just around the corner, but as thousands of punters flock to Prestbury Park for the four exhilarating days of National Hunt racing, while others look for the best Cheltenham betting odds, there is still one infamous moment at the Gloucestershire course that hunts so many punters.

The scene is set, the 2015 Cheltenham Festival opening day. The sun beaming down on the hallowed turf as spectators at the course and all over the country get geared up for the four hot favorites, all trained by the successful Willie Mullins and ridden by jockey Ruby Walsh, to sweep aside their competition and win the top opening races.

McKinzie (3-1) Favored in Breeders’ Cup Saturday

A deep and talented field will gather at (in)famous Santa Anita Park this weekend, along with perhaps 100,000 spectators, for the 36th running of the Breeders’ Cup. Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert is hoping for his fourth win in six years, and McKinzie (3-1) may be the horse to end his two-year drought.  For a record tenth time, Saturday’s mile and one-quarter race will be held at Santa Anita.  However, a dark cloud, which has transcended the world of horse racing, hangs heavy over this weekend’s event in Arcadia.

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