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Rory Delargy

Rory Delargy has 11 articles published.

Cheltenham 2016 – Timico Gold Cup

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Cheltenham 2016 Timico Gold Cup

No race delivers so often on promise as the Gold Cup, whether it’s the sheer theatre of Dawn Run’s irresistible late rally in 1986, Norton’s Coin’s 100/1 defeat of the nation’s darling in 1990 or Adrian Maguire lifting Cool Ground over the line in a 3-way photo in 1993. Those were the highlights of my…

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Cheltenham 2016 – Ryanair Chase

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Cheltenham 2016 Ryanair Chase

The Ryanair Chase has suffered as a recent edition to the Festival, and while many top-class chasers are best at intermediate trips, the cachet of both the Queen Mother Champion Chase and The Gold Cup means that trainers are loath to take what is deemed an easy option in the Ryanair, for all it holds…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Seven

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Rajdhani Express one of five to look closer according to Rory Delargy.

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Six

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Upswing one of five to keep a close eye on for Pertemps Hurdle

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Five

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Baradari a live threat for Venetia Williams in the Fred Winter.

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Four

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Quiscover Fontaine runs in the Cross Country Chase 2014 for Enda Bolger

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Three

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In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives by Rory Delargy – Part Two

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Present View a possible for the Rewards4Racing handicap at Cheltenham Festival 2014

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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A Bunch Of Fives with Rory Delargy – Part One

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Time For Rupert one to keep an eye on according to Rory Delargy.

In this series, Rory Delargy looks at 5 relative outsiders in the Festival Handicaps, horses who haven’t been splashed over the front pages of the trade papers, paraded at Media Days for the leading yards or tipped up at one or more of the legion of preview nights which have littered the past weeks. With…

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Cheltenham ’14 – Neptune Novices Hurdle

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Red Sherlock taken to land the 2014 Neptune Novices Hurdle

The Neptune Investment Management Novices’ Hurdle, registered as the Baring Bingham Novices’ Hurdle, has been run in various guises since Tom Jones’ Midsprite carried the famous Old Rose colours of Mrs Ogden Phipps to victory in what was called the Aldsworth Hurdle back in 1971. Despite its distance of 21f, it has proved a richer…

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