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Champion Hurdle 2017

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Champion Hurdle 2017

The Champion Hurdle is renowned in the industry as being the flagship event for two-mile hurdlers, and is the feature race on Champion Day, the first day of the Cheltenham Festival. Jamie Taylor looks through the form and looks to bring you closer towards locating the best betting opportunity in the 2017 renewal. With no…

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Cheltenham Festival 3 weeks to go

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Cheltenham Festival 3 weeks to go

With only 3 weeks to go until the Cheltenham Festival 2017, Dominic Kent takes a look back at the noteworthy performances from the weekend! JEZKI BEATEN, YANWORTH DOES ENOUGH AGAIN. Where some horses upped their game this weekend and proved maybe you shouldn’t count them out already, others disappointed where they were expected to thrive.…

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Racing Review: The Reign Continues

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Balthazar Reigns Supreme

The sixth edition of Racing Review and in this edition we look back at all of The Open meeting at Cheltenham, some quality stuff from Punchestown and a few notable performances from novices both over in Ireland and here in the past week. DAY ONE Day one saw a very smart novices’ chase albeit run…

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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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Top 5 Performances of 2013/14

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Silviniaco Conti wins the King George 2013

Hopefully we’re kicking things into gear now as the winter game is moving ever closer, and I’ve just taken a brief moment to look back at what happened last year, and put forth my Top 5 Performances of the 2013/14 National Hunt Season. At some point I will also get around to adding both handicap…

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McCoy hopeful ahead of big week

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My Tent Or Yours

Champion Jockey Tony McCoy has a potentially strong but select book of rides for this year’s Cheltenham Festival. McCoy is closing in on his 19th Jockeys’ Title at a strike-rate bettered by him just once in the past 10 years. There’s no bigger race than the Champion Hurdle and McCoy again takes the ride on…

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Cheltenham ’14 – Champion Hurdle

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Anthony Sherratt takes Our Conor to land the 2014 Champion Hurdle

The Grade 1 Champion Hurdle is the feature race on Champion Day, the first day of the Cheltenham Festival where all of the best two-mile hurdlers do battle, and this year’s renewal is shaping up to be one of the very best we’ve seen for many a year. The current defending champion is the magnificent…

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National Hunt ’20 To Follow’ 2013/2014

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20 To Follow

It has reached that point in the year again where our attentions turn from the flat towards the National Hunt sphere for another winter of thrills and spills, usually in equal measure. Jamie Taylor casts his eye over some of the equine gladiators likely to do battle over the forthcoming months and hand selects his…

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Cheltenham ’13 – Supreme Novices Hurdle

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The Supreme Novices Hurdle is an exhilarating way to kick off the Cheltenham Festival. A big field of pacey two-mile novices will always include a couple of young horses with tall reputations to defend when the tape goes up, and in recent years there have been a couple of notable burst bubbles come the walk…

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