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INTERACTIVE: Which horse should you back in the Cheltenham Gold Cup?
Use our gadget to see which runner you should put a bet on today
Huddersfield Giants star Luke Robinson column: It's good to be back, despite the bangs!
Taking the blows is an occupational hazard
Special atmosphere at Cheltenham Festival as we approach the Gold Cup says Skybet chief Dale Tempest
My money is on Djakadam to land big prize
Heading to Musselburgh as the Sky Bet road to Cheltenham continues north of the border says Dale Tempest
El Namoose heading the market
Obituary: Arthur Butterworth
Mr Butterworth served for many years as conductor of the Huddersfield Philharmonic Orchestra and was also a lecturer at the University of Huddersfield
Dale Tempest column: National Hunt fans out in force
Cheltenham draws in the big crowds once again
Dale Tempest: England have new grip on reality
Adam Lallana could prove a big hit at World Cup
England Football Team
Dale Tempest: why England friendlies aren't important
Ever since I played football as a kid, and certainly from the age of 14 or 15, a friendly was treated with just the same approach as a competitive match – with people expected to give the full effort in every chase and every tackle
Athlete Margaret Sykes in great form as Holmfirth Harriers take Ladies Team prize at Snake Lane 10
Dale Tempest: Wayne Rooney's future at Manchester United and Cheltenham is on the horizon!
IT’S Cheltenham Festival time and the best jumps racing you could ever imagine!
I’m recording my Cheltenham Sky Sports podcast with help from Ed Chamberlin, Alex Hammond and Tony McCoy says Dale Tempest
WITH the Cheltenham Festival around the corner, I will be in the studios today recording my first podcast.
Dale Tempest: Huddersfield Town, Gareth Bale, Rafa Benitez and the Cheltenham Festival
GRAHAM TAYLOR had a favourite quote about media reports.
Mobile phone betting helps ring up profits
THE boom in mobile phone betting helped bookmaker William Hill post a 13% rise in profits after an “outstanding” performance from its online arm.
Betfair in £1bn boost
ONLINE bookmaker Betfair said Euro 2012 is set to attract record levels of trade for a single event after punters bet more than £1bn on the football championship.
Huddersfield Town legend Andy Booth's column: Fans can help ensure this season is not finished
NOW is the time we need everyone pulling together for the final push towards the Championship.
Dale Tempest column: Cheltenham is fantastic but the Masters is the one for me...I hope
LIKE most sports fans, I have a list of events I would love to attend at some time in my life.
Dale Tempest column: Gambling on Huddersfield Town getting it right
HAVE you ever been to a sports psychologist?
Dale Tempest: Parallels between departures of Lee Clark and Steve Bruce from Huddersfield Town plus betting news for Cheltenham
I REMEMBER it as if it was yesterday. October 2000!
Kieran O’Regan aiming to complete his marathon while predicting Huddersfield Town can win theirs
KIERAN O’REGAN doesn’t expect to win the London Marathon.
BOOKMAKER Ladbrokes said profits were down by a third after punters enjoyed a successful Cheltenham Festival.
A high number of horse race cancellations also affected the performance in the four months to April 30, although Ladbrokes said more normal trading patterns had returned in recent weeks, helped by a favourable outcome at last month’s Grand National.
Internet gaming revenues boost bookmaker William Hill
BOOKMAKER William Hill said a revenues boost from gaming machines and the internet helped it overcome a tough start to the year in horse racing.
Letters: Horse racing is a humane sport
I’M at the other end of the spectrum, when it comes to the views of horse racing held by Fiona Pereira.
British National Party
Letters: Road safety - don’t jump to conclusions
ON the same day the Examiner published my letter regarding road safety and “something must be done” councillors, two pop up (“Sovereign study draws a blank”, Express & Chronicle, Saturday).
McCoy’s set for festival
TONY McCOY has been given the all-clear by his doctor to race at the Cheltenham Festival after recovering from a back injury.