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Racing Review: Conti Back To Brilliant Best

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Silviniaco Conti Back To Best

The seventh edition of Racing Review and in this edition Jamie Taylor takes a look back at the Betfair Chase meeting from Haydock Park, some quality racing from Ascot and several notable performances from novices both in the UK and Ireland in the last week. CONTI BACK TO BRILLIANT BEST IN BETFAIR Arguably the highlight…

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Racing Review: Wishful Gets Roan Reward

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Wishful Gets Old Roan Reward

The third edition of Racing Review, and this week we will be focusing back on the Old Roan Chase meeting at Aintree, a particularly hot novice chase at Carlisle and a few other races dotted around the country which were of interest. WISHFUL GETS ROAN REWARD The veteran Wishful Thinking made it third-time lucky in…

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The Novices: Chasers To Follow

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Vautour a horse to follow this season.

The second and final piece in the two-part series titled ‘The Novices’, this time Jamie Taylor takes a look at ten of the most exciting novice chasing prospects ahead of the new National Hunt season. If you haven’t already seen part one where we focused on the Novice Hurdlers To Follow, then I recommend heading…

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National Hunt Horses To Follow 2014/15

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Josses Hill Horses To Follow 2014

It is now almost that time of year for National Hunt enthusiasts when things start getting under full swing for those trainers who wish to prepare their string for some of the big early season targets. That’s right folks we are just weeks away from the start of the new National Hunt season, a season…

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Cheltenham ’14 – Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle

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Blakemount for Sue Smith could be one for Albert Bartlett.

Due to take place on the fourth and final day of the 2014 Cheltenham Festival, the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle (registered Spa Novices’ Hurdle) is a Grade 1 event run over three miles. Since the inception of this race in 2005, all nine winners have been ridden handily throughout the race so I think it’ll…

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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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