Connect with us

Scott McGlynn

Scott has been creating horse racing and football content for several years and is a regular at racecourses across the UK and Ireland, and further afield.
He’s also a huge fan of Scottish football and can regularly be seen on Twitter arguing with those who dare to have a pop at it.

Stories By Scott McGlynn

  • Racing

    Royal Ascot preview & predictions

    Royal Ascot is here again – one of the most hotly anticipated meetings on the UK Flat racing calendar. With 35 races over the five days, there’s top-quality action every day, and we’ve taken a closer look at the eight Group 1 races that will be taking place this week.

  • Racing

    Who wins the 2022 Epsom Derby?

    All eyes will be on Epsom on Saturday afternoon for the Derby – one of the most eagerly anticipated Classics of the Flat racing calendar in the UK.   This year sees 17 runners set to head to post, and we’ve taken a closer look at them all in our 2022 Epsom Derby Preview.

  • Racing

    Emily Upjohn…Nashwa…Concert Hall…Who wins Epsom Oaks?

    Friday sees the third Classic of the UK flat horse racing season taking place – the Epsom Oaks. Eleven horses are set to head to post in the final Classic of the season exclusively for the fillies, and it once more looks to be a high-class renewal.

  • Racing

    Five ante-post favourites to land the Epsom Oaks

    With June just around the corner, that means one thing for horse racing fans – Epsom. The first weekend of the month will see the Derby and Oaks taking place, two of the most historic races on the flat racing calendar, and the third and fourth Classic’s of the season And we’re focusing on the fillies in this article – taking a look at the current ante-post favourites for the Oaks, due to run on Friday, June 3.

  • Racing

    2022 Epsom Derby: Preview and ante-post picks

    With less than three weeks to go until the Derby at Epsom, the ante-post market is starting to take shape. In recent day’s there have been plenty of movers and shakers following the news that the Aidan O’Brien trained Luxembourg will now miss the race.

  • Racing

    Flat season: Four horses to follow

    We’ve had the first two Classics of the 2022 Flat season, and we can now settle down to some top-class action over the coming months, including the Derby, Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, and the St Leger.

  • Racing

    Newmarket: 2000 Guineas Preview

    All eyes will be on Newmarket this weekend for the running of the 2000 Guineas – the first flat racing Classic of the season. Fifteen runners will head to post on Saturday afternoon, and we’ve taken a closer look at every runner in our 2000 Guineas Preview.

  • Racing

    Best ever 1000 Guineas Newmarket winners

    It’s the 1000 Guineas this weekend at Newmarket, as some of the best fillies in training take centre-stage. And in preparation for Sunday’s big race, we’ve taken a look back at some of the best ever 1000 Guineas winners.

  • Racing

    The best Grand National winners in recent years

    The 2022 Grand National is finally here, and at Aintree on Saturday, 40 horses and jockeys will head to post for one of the most famous horse races in the world. Some top-quality horses have won the Grand National over the years, with Red Rum being the most famous, having won the race three times.

  • Racing

    2022 Grand National: The Aintree outsiders

    All eyes will be on Aintree on Saturday for the 2022 running of the Grand National. It’s one of the most popular betting events on the sporting calendar, and with 40 horses running, it’s also not the easiest to pick the winner.

  • Racing

    2022 Cheltenham Festival: Highlights from the biggest week in horse racing

    With the dust now settled on the 2022 Cheltenham Festival, we look back at the highlights of the four days, picking out the week’s top performances from a fantastic week of horse racing. Race of the Week Wednesday’s Champion Chase was all set to be a duel between Shishkin and Energumene once more, but a deluge of rain saw Shishkin pulled up early on, gifting the race to Energumene and denying racing fans a clash they badly wanted.


End of content

No more pages to load

More Posts