Grand National regular Saint Are has set sail over Aintree’s famous spruce fences for the final time after trainer Tom George decided now is the time to send the popular 12-year-old into well-earned retirement.

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We catch up with the 2002 Grand National hero, sixteen years after his win in the world's most famous race.

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The popular Jonjo O'Neill gelding will forever be remembered for giving AP McCoy his first and only Grand National win.

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We visit Ballaseyr Stud on the Isle of Man to see 2005 Grand National hero Hedgehunter.

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We’ve joined forces with Under Armour and together, we want to see you ball like pro! Upload a video or image of your skills on court and you could win a year’s worth of UA gear as well as custom kicks.

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With competition and progression pushing the sport of downhill mountain biking forward at lightning speed, the risks riders face are also changing rapidly. Take a look at the most common injuries and how the pros deal with the harshest slams.

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Join the new trots game that harness fans are playing all over the world. Race horses at famous tracks, including Melton, and contest the biggest races, including the A.G. Hunter Cup. Featuring real driver names, start your own stable and compete aga...

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Winner of the Centenary Novices' Handicap Chase (Close Brothers) in 2012, Hunt Ball went on the contest both the English and American Grand Nationals before retiring in 2015

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This Cheltenham hero won the RSA Chase and the following season's Hennessy.

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In 2005 the Tam Taaffe-trained Kicking King won the Cheltenham Gold Cup under Barry Geraghty. The dual-King George winner retired in 2008 and now lives at the Irish National Stud

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Winner of back-to-back World Hurdles in 02 & 03, Baracouda won a remarkable ten consecutive races from November '00 to November '02. He's now retired at Martinstown Stud and spends his time with fellow Grade 1 winner Le Coudray

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We pay a visit to Ballaseyr Stud, where a former Cheltenham Festival (and Aintree Foxhunters) winner is enjoying a very happy retirement.

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