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The Ladbroke 2014

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Some good quality racing at Ascot this weekend and Charlie Sutton pulls out his quill to run the rule of The Ladbroke Hurdle and give you his thoughts on the competitive two-mile handicap. Valuable handicaps – how good are they for racing? There have been a couple of recent Twitter debates regarding these races and…

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Day One @ The Open

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Balthazar King wins Cross Country 2014.

Once again we are back at the scene of the greatest show on turf as Cheltenham Racecourse welcomes racegoers to their Open Meeting this weekend. There are three days of top quality National Hunt action which will see some fiercely contested handicaps, mixed in with some graded races and also we’ll be seeing the novices…

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Know Your Race – Champion Hurdle

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Jezki holds off My Tent Or Yours to make it a JP McManus 1-2 in the 2014 Champion Hurdle.

I sometimes get asked what my golden rule of Cheltenham Festival betting is. I don’t actually believe in golden rules. If your golden rule is to follow horses that have proved themselves on the ground / at the trip, or that are in a certain part of the weights etc – you’re likely to place…

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JNWine.com Champion Chase 2014

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JNWine.com Champion Chase 2014

At Down Royal this weekend we have the 15th renewal of the JNWine.com Champion Chase. Inaugurated in 1999 over the years it has become a first port of call for many top-class staying chasers in both Ireland and Britain, with Paul Nicholls regularly sending over some of his top staying stars. Dual Gold Cup and…

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