Pat Brennan of www.thetote.com joins us to look ahead at two huge nights of Breeders Cup 2015 action….
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Conor O’Hehir put a call in Stateside to Joseph O’Brien ahead of the Breeders Cup 2015 – they discuss previous visits, the team this year and the future ahead of a huge couple of days. Catch all the Breeders Cup action with Conor on RacingFM this weekend with thanks to www.thetote.com – Join here
Ahead of the Rugby World Cup Final the team at www.downtheblindside.com ask – What is the Cheika effect?
In the week that the Wallabies are chasing their third Rugby World Cup title, we analyse the exact nature of Michael Cheika’s influence with the help of veteran Aussie rugby commentator, Greg Growden.
We also investigate the curious case of Ian McKinley, the former Leinster fly-half who’s trying to regenerate his professional career after an horrific eye injury but whose purpose-built goggles aren’t meeting with everyone’s approval. Iain joins us on the show to explain.
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On this week’s show, we reflect on a sudden and hugely deflating end to Ireland’s Rugby World Cup campaign at the hands of our old foes, Argentina. How come Joe Schmidt’s men were out-skilled, outwitted and for a while even out-passioned? Brendan and Peter discuss in detail.
One way of handling the disappointment is to remember that you could have been supporting Scotland on Sunday. Former Scotland and Lions outhalf Craig Chalmers joins us to discuss one of the most controversial refereeing decisions in the history of the tournament.
The Down The Blind Side team are back with more from the Rugby World Cup. England may be gone but Ireland march on and some cracking guests join the team to look ahead to the Quarter Finals…
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We spoke to Olly Murphy assistant to Gordon Elliott about the big guns coming back for the start of the jumps season proper and also the excitement of launching the Gordon Elliott Racing Club – a super way to be involved with a great team.
It’s the sharp end of Pool D at last, with the pivotal game of Ireland’s Rugby World Cup coming against France in Cardiff on Sunday. Johnny Sexton gives us the inside track on an underwhelming win over the Italians and tells us what it will take to win at the Millennium.
England’s World Cup campaign already lies in tatters and with the post-mortem already in full swing, we’re joined by Stephen Jones of the Sunday Times to discuss the ramifications for English rugby and for the tournament.