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Patrick Mullins Talks Leopardstown - Thursday - December 29th

Leopardstown 29th December

12.50 Guiness M’dn H’dle 2m 4f

Ruby Walsh rides Battleford. He was very disappointing on his seasonal debut and didn’t show up at all. 697 more words

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Patrick Mullins Talks Leopardstown - Wednesday - December 28th

Leopardstown 28th December

12.15 At The Races M’dn H’dle 2m 4f

Montalbano is the stable representative in the opening race. Ruby rides him and will be looking to win the opening race for the third day in a row. 668 more words

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Patrick Mullins Talks Leopardstown - December 27th

Leopardstown Tuesday 27th December

12.15 Paddy Power 363 Christmas 3yo M’dn H’dle 2m

Ruby Walsh rides Merie Devie in this race, she is doing everything right at home but this looks a very hot race. 843 more words

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Patrick Mullins Talks Leopardstown - December 26th

Reigning amateur Champion Jockey Patrick Mullins gives us his thoughts on the best Willie Mullins’ trained runners throughout the week at Leopardstown and Limerick. Be sure to check in each day to find out about the horses that the Champion Trainer sends to the track. 589 more words


MLS Snapshot: D.C. United 3-1 New York City FC (video)

The game in 100 words (or less more): If you’ve been waiting for New York City FC’s (seemingly) inevitable collapse as they breezed through the second half of the 2016 season — locking up a place in the playoffs and making a serious push for the Eastern Conference’s top spot perhaps a year ahead of schedule, in Patrick Vieira’s first season — happy Sunday to you. 345 more words

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Orlando City Surrenders 4 Goals Again, Loses 3rd-Straight Game

Another match ends in another loss for Orlando City SC. The Lions (7-10-13, 34 points) fell to D.C. United (8-9-13, 37 points) 4-1 at Robert F. 648 more words


MLS Snapshot: DC United 1-1 Montreal Impact (video)

The game in 100 words (or less): The Montreal Impact found themselves a goal down and struggling for scoring chances against D.C. United through Didier Drogba’s 81 minutes on the field Sunday, only to nab an unlikely equalizer five minutes after the big Ivorian was sent to an early shower for what will surely go down as the dumbest red card of the year. 343 more words

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