Famous horses: The Oh So Sharp story

CAMELOT could be about to write himself into the pantheon of racing history. But let’s pause for a moment and think of the fairer sex. Now we all know that the Triple Crown hasn’t been done since Nijinsky in 1970. But what about the Fillies’ Triple Crown? If there was a Fillies’ Equality Council it …[Read More]

Derby Day: Mickdaam the value

The legend of Camelot will almost certainly grow at Epsom tomorrow as it’s very hard to see anything beating Aidan O’Brien’s stable star in the Derby. But with nine runners and a one-horse book, there is potentially great value to be had if you fancy an each-way bet. Richard Fahey is clearly thrilled just to …[Read More]