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Brought to you by www.horseracing.net, the Jumps Racing Podcast is a weekly look at all things Jumps racing, as we progress through the 2019/20 National Hunt season, and ultimately build up to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, and the Grand National at Aintree.

Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon each week as they discuss the big Jumps racing stories as they happen, while they'll also be previewing and reviewing the big races, and providing some expert analysis from the likes of Kerry Lee and Jeremiah McGrath to boot.

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Brought to you by www.horseracing.net, the Jumps Racing Podcast is a weekly look at all things Jumps racing, as we progress through the 2019/20 National Hunt season, and ultimately build up to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, and the Grand National at Aintree.

Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon each week as they discuss the big Jumps racing stories as they happen, while they'll also be previewing and reviewing the big races, and providing some expert analysis from the likes of Kerry Lee and Jeremiah McGrath to boot.

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #7 | 2020 Glorious Goodwood & Galway Festival Special with Chris Baker

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #7 | 2020 Glorious Goodwood & Galway Festival Special with Chris Baker

    Join Nick Seddon for the latest edition of the HorseRacing From Home Podcast, which looks ahead to this year’s Goodwood Festival and the Galway Festival.

    Nick is joined by our resident tipster Chris Baker, who runs through the key races on the first four days of action - with Saturday’s Stewards’ Cup sadly passed over due to a lack of entries.

    Tuesday’s feature is the Group 1 Goodwood Cup, which Stradivarius is aiming to win for a fourth time. He faces a tough task, though, and will have to concede 15 lb to this year’s Irish Derby winner Santiago.

    The Group 1 Sussex Stakes headlines Wednesday’s card, and we’re set for a stellar renewal this year. Chris provides his thoughts on each of the runners, including Siskin, Kameko, Mohaather and Circus Maximus.

    Twenty-four hours later is a red hot Group 1 Nassau Stakes, and five of the eight-strong field arrive here with a Group 1 win under their belts, including last year’s winner Deirdre. Also on the card is the Group 3 Gordon Stakes, and Chris gives his views on a contest full of horses from the Epsom Derby.

    Friday is headlined by the Group 2 King George Stakes, and we look at whether Battaash can win this for the fourth year in a row, and justify 5/2-on favouritism in the process.

    Lastly, Chris hops into the presenter’s chair and puts the pressure on Nick, who takes us through the two main races over in Ireland at this week’s Galway Festival; the Galway Plate on Wednesday and the Galway Hurdle on Thursday.

    A special thanks to our partners Paddy Power, who have very kindly sponsored this week's episode of the podcast. Head over to www.paddypower.com for a week full of offers and enhancements for all five days of Glorious Goodwood (and all seven days of the Galway Festival).

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:

Goodwood Cup - 4:00
Sussex Stakes - 10:01
Gordon Stakes - 20:31
    Nassau Stakes - 27:44
    King George Stakes - 33:55
    Galway Plate - 42:52
    Galway Hurdle - 50:11

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 58 min
    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #6 | 2020 Epsom Derby Special with Chris Baker

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #6 | 2020 Epsom Derby Special with Chris Baker

    Join Nick Seddon for the latest edition of the HorseRacing From Home Podcast, which looks ahead to this year’s Epsom Derby and Oaks.

    Nick is joined by our resident tipster Chris Baker to preview the 2020 Epsom Derby, and he gives his views on each of the 17-runner field for this year’s classic.

    The market is headed by English King at the time of writing, and Chris gives his views on the controversial decision to replace Tom Marquand with Frankie Dettori, before touching on the Aidan O’Brien battalion, which includes Vatican City, Russian Emperor and Mogul.

    We also take a look at this year’s Epsom Oaks, in which the Aidan O’Brien-trained Love will be aiming to become the first filly since Minding in 2016 to follow up at Epsom after winning the Guineas. She’s an even money favourite, though last month’s Ribblesdale Stakes winner Frankly Darling is a well-fancied second favourite for John Gosden and Frankie Dettori.

    There’s also some top-class racing on Sunday, which is headlined by the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse. The star attraction is the superstar mare Enable, who will be aiming to win this race for the second year running. We take a look at her opposition, and touch on just how much of an ask it will be for the six-year-old to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for a third time in the autumn.

    A special thanks to our partners Betfred, who have very kindly sponsored this week's episode of the podcast. Make sure you check out Freds Pushes this Saturday at 10:30 to see whose price we have boosted! (Freds Pushes available for a limited time only. Max Stakes Apply & General Betfred rules apply).

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:

    Epsom Derby - 2:59

    Epsom Oaks - 32:02
    
Coral-Eclipse - 41:00

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 50 min
    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #5 | Royal Ascot 2020 Special with Chris Baker

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #5 | Royal Ascot 2020 Special with Chris Baker

    Join Nick Seddon for the latest edition of the HorseRacing From Home Podcast, which looks ahead to this week's Royal meeting.

    Nick is joined by our resident tipster Chris Baker to preview Royal Ascot 2020, and he gives his views on 14 races across the five-day spectacular.

    Chris takes a look at five races on Tuesday's card, including the King's Stand Stakes, for which Battaash is a commanding 6/4-on favourite.

    On Wednesday, we preview the Prince of Wales's Stakes, for which last season's King Edward VII Stakes winner Japan is a short price for the Aidan O'Brien team.

    The feature race of the meeting is Thursday's Ascot Gold Cup, a gruelling test of stamina over two and a half miles. Stradivarius is a 2/1-on favourite to win this for the third year running, though Chris suggests some alternatives at bigger prices.

    Friday's Commonwealth Cup has produced some top-class sprinters, and we look at whether any of this year's 20-strong field can follow in the footsteps of an illustrious roll of honour, which includes Muhaarar.

    Lastly, we chat about Saturday's Diamond Jubilee Stakes, for which the Irish raider Sceptical - a cheap £2800 purchase and the ride of Frankie Dettori - is the favourite at the time of recording.

    A special thanks to our partners Paddy Power, who have very kindly sponsored this week's episode of the podcast. Head over to www.paddypower.com for a week full of offers and enhancements for all five days of Royal Ascot.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:
    Day One - 1:21
    Day Two - 19:50
    Day Three - 28:30
    Day Four - 35:06
    Day Five - 42:48

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 54 min
    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #4 | Interviews with Tom Marquand and Gareth Topham

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #4 | Interviews with Tom Marquand and Gareth Topham

    Join Nick Seddon for the fourth episode of our HorseRacing From Home Podcast, as he chats to some key figures in racing to find out how they're coping on lockdown.

    We hear from the jockey Tom Marquand, who reflects on his stellar stint in Australia earlier this year, which saw him pick up the first two Group 1 winners of his career on Addeybb. We also look ahead to the new Flat season, and get an update on a certain Mums Tipple, who's in fine fettle ahead of his three-year-old campaign.

    This week's episode also features an extended chat with the commentator Gareth Topham. In a fascinating conversation, Gareth talks us through his journey into the sport through the point-to-point circuit, and then reveals his top three calls so far.

    A special thanks must go to both AtTheRaces/Sky Sports Racing and Racing TV, who very kindly gave us permission to play the audio files of Gareth's three favourite calls on the podcast.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:
    Tom Marquand 0:58
    Gareth Topham 14:52

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 56 min
    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #3 | Interviews with Megan Nicholls, Kevin Stott and Cornelius Lysaght

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #3 | Interviews with Megan Nicholls, Kevin Stott and Cornelius Lysaght

    Join Nick Seddon for the third episode of our HorseRacing From Home Podcast, as he chats to some key figures in racing to find out how they're coping on lockdown.

    We hear from the jockeys Megan Nicholls and Kevin Stott, who dial in from Yorkshire to reveal how life is treating them in lockdown. We chat about keeping fit in isolation, riding out at Kevin Ryan's yard, their time in Dubai over the winter and we also get an update on all things Ditcheat.

    We then hear from the broadcaster Cornelius Lysaght, who last month signed off on a 30-year career at the BBC. In a fascinating extended chat, Cornelius reveals his thoughts and feelings about the whole situation and picks out some of his favourite memories from his time as the corporation's Racing Correspondent, before looking ahead to the future. Cornelius has a brand new website, which you can find at www.corneliusracing.com

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:
    Kevin Stott & Megan Nicholls 0:59
    Cornelius Lysaght 17:59

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 1 hr 11 min
    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #2 | Interviews with Oisin Murphy, James Tzaferis and Chris Baker

    HorseRacing From Home Podcast #2 | Interviews with Oisin Murphy, James Tzaferis and Chris Baker

    Join Nick Seddon for the second episode of our HorseRacing From Home Podcast, as he chats to some key figures in racing to find out how they're coping on lockdown.

    This week's episode is Flat-centric, and we head back to the end of last year for the closing stages of an interview we had with our resident tipster Chris Baker, who chats about his role at Nottingham and gives us a heartwarming story about the champion jockey Oisin Murphy.

    That leads really nicely into our second interview, as we are joined on the line by Oisin Murphy. We look back on his outstanding 2019, winning the Japan Cup on Suave Richard and he gives us three three-year-olds to follow in 2020.

    With interest in Australian racing on the rise during lockdown, Nick had a chat with Australian broadcaster James Tzaferis from Racing.com, who gives us the lowdown on the sport down under. We chat about how they're able to race behind closed doors, why international raiders are doing so well in the Melbourne Cup of late and also touch on a certain wondermare called Winx...

    Last but not least, Nick challenges his Jumps Racing Podcast co-host Bobby Beevers to a 5-on-5 racing questions shootout on their chosen specialist topics.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    Time stamps:
    Chris Baker 1:25
    Oisin Murphy 7:40
    James Tzaferis 24:52
    Bobby Beevers 49:56

    Intro music: www.bensound.com

    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
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77 Ratings

pbl87 ,

Spot on every time!

What a great listen every week. Humorous, insightful and hugely entertaining. The perfect solution to a long commute to work. Keep up the cracking work lads as it puts a huge smile on my face every week. 👍🏻👌🏻

Abacadabras ,

Lack of Content

Huge drop off from last year. Need to improve alot as plenty of other very good racing podcasts out there. Nick Seddon talks alot but doesn't say anything. Just states what we have all seen and what we all know. The link up to Bet Victor is damaging as they're prices are truly awful, getting a bookies price is utterly pointless and time wasting, we all access oddschecker! And who cares about the race assessment of the VC rep he is clearly clueless. He is barely out of school and probably Victor's nephew or something so his job should be read the prices and that's it.

Oxfordcarrot ,

The best NH podcast

What’s happened? The new presenters are nowhere near as good as last season.

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