Welcome to JPFestival.com

Jump Racing Community

People love betting. Each year in the UK alone £650 million is wagered on the wonderful world of sports and why not? Betting provides the added incentive to sports that miss an edge whilst making the moments we love all the more exciting and literally rewarding. With bookmakers having grown their imaginations significantly over the [...]

Author: 5 hours ago

All 3 of Will’s NAPS have won at York this week – JOIN US for NAP no. 4! It’s been a fun week to work for Our Lord and Saviour, Roger Varian. Not only did he pull off a fine training feat to get Postponed to win the Juddmonte International, but he also managed to [...]

Author: 5 days ago

The St. Leger is not only the final English classic of the Flat racing season but it is also the oldest, dating back to 1776. The prestige of the race has been somewhat detracted from with the introduction of Champions Day at Leopardstown taking place on the same day. However, there will still be plenty [...]

Author: 6 days ago

Britain loves a good bit of nostalgia. Everything from classic movies to tribute acts gets swallowed up with aplomb and now racing has given it a good whirl by having 13 runners in York racecourse’s Juddmonte International (3.40), the biggest field since 1999 when Royal Anthem beat 12 rivals. That lucky number might be 13 [...]

Author: 1 week ago

Gordon Elliot has had a stunning year and took the Galway Plate with Lord Scoundrel yesterday. That success signified a change in approach to the Galway Festival from Ireland’s second biggest yard and today he has excellent chances of more success in the Guinness Dublin Porter Beginners Chase (1.50) with Tagitelle. This is a tricky [...]

Author: 4 weeks ago

Trainer Aidan O’Brien certainly seems to have his sights set firmly on September’s St Leger at Doncaster, with sixteen of the forty-two strong field coming from Ballydoyle in Ireland. Having finished second and third respectively at Epsom in June, both US Army Ranger and Idaho look set to be among the potential frontrunners come race day. Alongside [...]

Author: 4 weeks ago

Dermot Weld has had success every day of the Galway Festival so far, but his Silver Concorde does not appeal as a worthy bet in the opening maiden hurdle (3.00). He should be in a different league to his opposition here but the sloppiness of his jumping has not convinced and at 2/5 the call [...]

Author: 4 weeks ago

When thinking of horses to follow through the jumps season proper not many will turn their heads back to Galway, but tonight’s opening Colm Quinn BMW Novice Hurdle (5.15) looks to be a race that form watchers ought to keep a close eye on. Favourite Three Wise Men has had just two starts, but he [...]

Author: 1 month ago

The debate over which code is better rages on and on through the year, and especially the long hot summers, viagra pills for sale but fans of both codes are the real winners this week as the Galway Festival kicks off tonight with a mixed card before Glorious Goodwood tomorrow, giving us one of the [...]

Author: 1 month ago