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Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase preview

The Blue Riband of chasing and very much the kingpin of the entire four days at the Cheltenham Festival and one that this year will see a re-match between Long Run and Kauto Star. Last year it was the younger Long Run who knocked Kauto Star off his perch but since that day in March […]

Prince of Wales Stakes set for another renewal

The Prince of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot last season was the scene of So You Think’s first run in the UK after becoming a superstar in Australia where he won two Cox Plates. His opening run didn’t quite go to plan though, as he was beaten after going off 4/11 favourite for Aidan O’Brien […]

Pulteney Land Investments Novices’ Handicap Chase preview

One of the newer additions to the card and a race that has seen changes made to its conditions since its inception in 2005 – run in the first six years as an open handicap with no ratings cap, last year was the first time that it had been run as a 0-140 event. That […]

Weatherbys Champion Bumper tips

A race where the British trained runners used to take a regular pounding from the battalions from across the Irish Sea and the Irish still lead 14-5 over the 19 years that this event has been run. But the Brits have fought back winning the last two runnings via Cue Card and Cheltenian, that also […]

Key Festival Facts

Day Two of the Cheltenham Festival sees the Queen Mother Champion Chase as its highlight and another six supporting but no less fascinating races, here are some tips to help you. Diamond Jubilee National Hunt Steeplechase The race has proved a good guide to future success in recent seasons. The 2007 winner Butler’s Cabin subsequently […]

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