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Seas, Storms, and Thankfulness

So many of our great epics are quests and journeys. Joseph Campbell’s classic book The Hero With a Thousand Faces is famous for elucidating what has come to be known as… 940 more words

Celtic Resources

Snow days

We all seem to lead such busy lives these days.  We rush from place to place, from work to play to our numerous activities.  We forget sometimes to ‘stop and smell the roses’ so to speak.  495 more words

Sunday Selections: 10th September 2017

Not all that often at Leopardstown you do see a horse swinging wide around the home bend trailing the field and then going on to win in impressive style. 344 more words


Longines Irish Champions Weekend

A top-class weekend of flat racing is in store as Longines Irish Champions Weekend comes around again as the best of Ireland, England and France take each other on over two pulsating days of racing. 747 more words

Win: Longines Irish Champions Weekend Tickets

**Competition Closed**

We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to one of the premier weekends of racing on the calendar – Longines Irish Champions Weekend! 88 more words

My Racing Story: Takashi Kodama

Surviving as a trainer is so hard in Ireland and it is very hard to win races but winning the Irish Cambridgeshire at the Curragh Racecourse was my best ever result as a trainer and I would say it is unbelievable. 864 more words

My Racing Story