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National Hunt Chase

The concluding race on day 1 of the Cheltenham Festival is a gruelling 4 mile contest. OK CORRAL will start favourite and rightly so. He looks a class above these rivals on recent starts and this longer trip should really suit a horse that has been jumping impeccably in his races. He has always looked like the chasing type but has been held back in his career by injuries. He…

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Mares Hurdle

BENIE DES DIEUX won this race last year and will line up favourite for the Mares Hurdle 2019. There are slight worries in that she has not run this season, however, she is an unbeaten mare and should take all the beating here on her season reappearance. Mullins used similar tactics when winning this race with the wonder mare Quevega, a few years ago. BENIE DES DIEUX – 11/8…

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Champion Hurdle

Won for the last 2 years by the classy BUVEUR D’AIR, this year he will be looking to complete the hat-trick of Champion Hurdles. He would have been a strong odds on favourite for this race had he not lost his impressive winning streak when being pipped to the post by stable mate Verdana Blue. He has since returned to his stylish winning ways but can still be backed at…

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Arkle Chase

Glen Forsa looked the type that would enjoy chasing and he has taken to it like a duck to water. He is unbeaten over the larger obstacles and has beaten some useful types in those races. This grade 2 winner can improve again and win the Arkle Chase for Mick Channon at  9/2.…

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Supreme Novice Hurdle

The opening race of the Cheltenham Festival is the Supreme Novice hurdle in which Al Dancer finds himself deservedly at the top of the market. He finds himself back in Novice company after a group 3 win recently at Newbury, that is by far the best form in the field and there is still improvement to come. However, Fakir D’oudairies comes to Cheltenham off the back of a very taking…