Thursday 25th of May 2017

Rachael Green

So near, yet so far

Rachael Honeyball, wife and assistant trainer to her husband Anthony, ponders what could have been in this year’s Randox Health Grand National.

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Countdown to Cheltenham

Four days of magical action get underway at the Cheltenham Festival next week. Rachael Honeyball, wife of trainer Anthony, will watch all the action from the comfort of her sofa.

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Spring Festival countdown

With the Spring Festivals creeping closer, Rachael Honeyball, wife and assistant trainer to her husband Anthony, says it isn’t all about Cheltenham.

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Regal Encore lands the big one at Ascot

Rachael Honeyball has always held Regal Encore in the highest regard. On Saturday he repaid her faith when landing Ascot’s £100,000 Silver Cup.

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Ready to run but with nowhere to go

A lack of rain means the winter jump racing season is in a state of limbo with soft ground horses ready to run but with nowhere to go. But daily life in a racing stable is always very busy, as Rachael Honeyball says in her latest blog.

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Rachael Green: The Great Honeyball Bake Off

The 2016-2017 jump racing season is just around the corner and it’s been a busy time at the yard of racehorse trainer Anthony Honeyball where horses have had their first schooling session and competition proved fierce for the first Great Honeyball Bake Off. Rachael, Anthony’s wife, reveals all.

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Rachael Green: Summer Adventures

It’s not just the horses who are enjoying a break, as Rachael Green escapes for a short break to Portugal before looking for new additions to the team

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Rachael Green: Juggling life as a new mum

Juggling riding and breaking horses with being a new mum are all part and parcel of life as a trainer’s wife, but will Rachael Green be making a return to race riding and could a return to eventing be on the cards?

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Rachael Green: The new addition to the team

In her latest blog for The Gaitpost, Rachael Green introduces the newest arrival to the yard – her son, Harry.

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Not so high fashion stakes at Cheltenham Festival

Rachael Green on why fashion won’t be a high priority at this year’s Cheltenham Festival and news from the gallops

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Rachael Green: Gridwork with former Olympic showjumping coach Jabeena Maslim

In her second blog for The Gaitpost, Rachael Green writes about the progress Rouquine Sauvage is making since her fall last November.

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Rachael Green on introducing young racehorses to jumping

In the first of a new series for The Gaitpost as the winter jump racing season steps up a gear, Rachael Green describes how she introduces young horses to jumping.

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