Re:Jump season and CHELTENHAM

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4 weeks 2 days ago #779917 by Dave Scott
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One of the star attractions going on trial at Cheltenham is defending Stayers' Hurdle champion Paisley Park, who bids to show why he is a strong favourite to retain his crown come March.

After a successful return to action at Newbury last November, fans of the eight-year-old have had to wait for their next sighting, with ground conditions at Ascot deemed too taxing on the morning of the Marsh Hurdle in December.

But trainer Emma Lavelle has enjoyed being able to give her stable star a longer prep for his Stayers' Hurdle tune-up and is excited to get him back out on track.

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4 weeks 2 days ago #779953 by Bob Brogan
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Bristol de Mei @ 9/4 looks a cracking bet today at Cheltenham

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4 weeks 1 day ago #779975 by Dave Scott
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Dress rehearsals rarely go off without a hitch, but Paisley Park proved an exception to the rule with a professional Cleeve Hurdle success.

The Cheltenham hill has so often been the undoing of many festival hopefuls but hardly seemed to affect Paisley Park, who showed why he is favourite to retain his Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle crown when powering a length and a quarter clear of runner-up Summerville Boy.

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4 weeks 1 day ago #779981 by Dave Scott
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Ok about 6 weeks to the festival and time for an update on the horses to watch over the next few weeks and probable winners .

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Fakir Doudairies
Pentland Hills
Benie Des Dieux ***
Envoi Allen ***
Champ
Defi Du Seuil ***
Altior ***
Tiger Roll ***
Paisley Park *****

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3 weeks 6 days ago #780094 by Dave Scott
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Bob Brogan wrote: Bristol de Mei @ 9/4 looks a cracking bet today at Cheltenham


Bob it ran a good race and trainer pleased in a very open Gold Cup

Twiston-Davies said: "I think Bristol De Mai ran a blinder under a penalty at the weekend especially when you consider he tripped on landing after the third-last and was then playing catch up. To finish where he did was a great effort but others seem quick to dismiss him. Whatever they say, I'm happy with my 33s that I've taken about him."

He added of the nine-year-old's chances in the Gold Cup: "He was entitled to need the run as he'd had a 63-day break since Haydock and that will have put him on track for another crack at the Gold Cup.

"He was the best of the British last year and looks as good as he was then so why is he 33-1 and Santini 6-1 or thereabouts? It doesn't make any sense to me."

If you fancy a punt 33/1 still on offer

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3 weeks 6 days ago #780127 by Dave Scott
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Jump racing star Envoi Allen was on Tuesday taken out of the PCI Irish Champion Hurdle at Leopardstown but remains entered in Grade 1 novice hurdles over 2m and 2m6f at this weekend's Dublin Racing Festival.

The Cheveley Park Stud-owned six-year-old had been entered in the day-one highlight on Saturday but did not feature in the remaining 11 entries that include Honeysuckle, Klassical Dream, Sharjah and Supasundae.

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3 weeks 4 days ago #780238 by Dave Scott
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Tiger on a Roll
Would expect the cross country to be the warm up on the way to Aintree

Eddie O'Leary has warned that Tiger Roll will need to be treated similarly to previous Grand National topweights if he is to contest the Aintree showpiece, and insisted he and his brother Michael are not playing games with the handicapper.

Tiger Roll has won the world's most famous chase for the last two years and another success on April 4 would equal the record set by the legendary Red Rum, who took the National three times between 1973 and 1977. On Wednesday, 105 entries were confirmed for the Randox Health-sponsored event, for which Tiger Roll is the general 5-1 favourite.

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3 weeks 2 days ago #780373 by Dave Scott
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Some top racing in Ireland over the next 2 days from Leopardstown.

Many potential stars for Cheltenham will be on show, a must watch.

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4 grade ones and a grade two on today and the same on sunday

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3 weeks 1 day ago #780526 by Farawaysaint
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At the moment Tellytrack Tabonline don't mention Leopardstown meeting!
All that is on offer are two Flapping tracks ,Musselborough and Taunton.
The meeting in Dublin is equivalent standard to Cheltenham,with many of this weekends runners going on to Cheltenham next month.
Pathetic.

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3 weeks 23 hours ago #780557 by naresh

naresh wrote: Faugheen who is almost 12 years also proved too good for the opposition yesterday winning a Grade 1 novice chase. Well done.


Faugheen wins a Novice Grade 1 Chase at the age of 12. Unbelievable win. Well done.

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3 weeks 23 hours ago #780558 by Dave Scott
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I was fortunate to watch one of the best races I have seen what a champ.

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3 weeks 23 hours ago #780559 by Dave Scott
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IMO a bad call to show to normal tracks when we had superb racing in Ireland

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3 weeks 23 hours ago #780560 by Dave Scott
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Sure we will see the big race ??

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3 weeks 22 hours ago #780562 by Dave Scott
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Brilliant race went for Kemboy but magic stuff
Well done Delta

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3 weeks 5 hours ago #780582 by Dave Scott
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Racing post

The noise they made, the sight they saw, the horse he is.

There have been days when we would have talked about the horse he was, yet here on a wonderful afternoon at Leopardstown came glorious proof that a marvel of modern jumping remains a superstar in the present tense.

One might even say it looks now rather as though anything Faugheen achieved over hurdles was a bonus.

It was five years ago that the white-faced giant won the Champion Hurdle, sprinting off Cheltenham's final bend and propelling himself to immortality.

Watch the fantastic Faugheen thriller

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2 weeks 6 days ago #780619 by Dave Scott
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Let’s have a look at potential CHELTENHAM runners and high profile candidates.

Mares Hurdle : BENIE Des DIEUX looks very hard to beat .

Ballymore: Envoi Allen also looks strong challenger.

Champion Chase : could be the race of the festival if
Defi Du Seuil, Chacun Pour Soi and ALTIOR stand their ground.

Cross Country: sure we will all be on Tiger Roll on way to National.

Bumper : normally a 10/1 the field but Appreciate It could change that trend.

Stayers : Paisley Park remains the festival banker.

The Gold Cup and Champion Hurdle remain very open at this stage as do many of the races highlighted above.

More to follow as we count down the days to the OFF........

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2 weeks 5 days ago #780639 by Dave Scott
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All going well both ALTIOR and NATIVE RIVER should run on Sat.

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2 weeks 5 days ago - 2 weeks 5 days ago #780640 by MasterOfMyFate
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Lol - thought this thread had died out so was not posting anything over the past few weeks on this.

Well, now's a good time to start with the Greatest 4 days of racing of the year coming up in 5 weeks time.

Can not wait!
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2 weeks 2 days ago #780783 by MasterOfMyFate
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On the Chantry House/Altior double at Newbury

Others I fancy

Aione 1/1(Naas)
Nube Negra 5/4(Warwick)

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2 weeks 2 days ago #780805 by Farawaysaint
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Doesn't look like Newbury has cracked the nod on TTrack.:(

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