There's no doubting that we are still a very long way off the Cheltenham Festival in 2022. A lot can happen between now and next March but already some horses are making a big splash when it comes to the betting markets.
Odds are all still…
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The main event on day one, the Champion Hurdle, attracts some of the best two milers around. It is open to horses aged four and over and the field take in eight hurdles on their way to possible glory.
Six of the last ten winners of the…
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The Champion Hurdle is one of the biggest races at the annual Cheltenham Festival. A Grade 1 race, it is where the best two-mile hurdlers go in search of the prestigious win. And 2021 will be no different. With the entries submitted, 27 potential…
Some of the most memorable moments and biggest shocks in Cheltenham Festival history have happened on the opening day of the four-day National Hunt horse racing extravaganza.
From dramatic falls by Annie Power, Benie Des Dieux and Buveur…
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Always a hotly contested race, the Champion Hurdle is where the best of the best gather to battle it out for the Grade 1 win at the Cheltenham Festival. And 2020 won't be any different. 36 runners have officially been entered and unsurprisingly…
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Verdana Blue made it two out of two last weekend when winning the Elite Hurdle at Wincanton. And with that, threw herself firmly into the Champion Hurdle picture next March. The mare looked in great form once again, beating a decent field. But…
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Few horses have been mentioned as often as Faugheen over the past 18 months. What makes that incredible is that we haven’t seen him on a racecourse since January 2016, when he bolted up in the Irish Champion Hurdle. We thought he would defend…
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The Cheltenham Champion Hurdle has proved to be one hell of a rollercoaster ride for antepost investors in this particular market in recent weeks but it does appear now that there is a settled market with some fairly definite participants being…
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