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On The Blind Side ready for Samcro clash – SkySports


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On The Blind Side ready for Samcro clash
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On The Blind Side will bid to lower the colours of the much-vaunted Samcro on his return from a setback in the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival on March 14. Trainer Nicky Henderson has given the green light for the six-year-old to
Nicky Henderson keen to get Kempton weekend workout into Buveur D'AirRacinguk.com – pure racing entertainment
Nicky Henderson stable tour feature including the trainer on the Irish challenge and some potential dark horsesSportinglife.com

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Brain Power retain faith ahead of Arkle – SkySports


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Brain Power retain faith ahead of Arkle
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Nicky Henderson has every faith Brain Power can put a frustrating first campaign over fences behind him with a bold show in the Racing Post Arkle Novices’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. The seven year-old is as short as 10-1 to make his first start

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Ruby Walsh close to return as he resumes race riding – SkySports


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Ruby Walsh close to return as he resumes race riding
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Willie Mullins’ stable jockey has been out of action since November with a broken leg, but has maintained all along he would be back in time for the Cheltenham Festival and remains on course to do so. “I’ve been riding a couple of horses each day, I

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Yanworth confirmed for Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle – SkySports


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Yanworth confirmed for Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle
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Yanworth will run in the Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival next month. The Alan King-trained eight-year-old has won two of his four races over fences this season, most recently scoring at Grade Two level in the Dipper Novices’ Chase

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Petticoat Tails to miss Cheltenham Festival for Newbury – SkySports


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Petticoat Tails to miss Cheltenham Festival for Newbury
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Petticoat Tails will swerve an outing at the Cheltenham Festival in favour of a shot at the EBF and TBA ‘National Hunt’ Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle Finale at Newbury on March 24. Trainer Warren Greatrex has earmarked the Grade Two contest as the main aim

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Olly Murphy to delay decision over Hunters Call – SkySports


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Olly Murphy to delay decision over Hunters Call
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Olly Murphy has not made a final decision on which race Hunters Call will contest at next month’s Cheltenham Festival. The eight-year-old really put the first season trainer on the map when winning a valuable handicap at Ascot in December. Murphy

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Espoir D’Allen to miss Cheltenham Festival – SkySports


Espoir D’Allen to miss Cheltenham Festival
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Espoir D’Allen will not run at the Cheltenham Festival after being taken out of both the Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and the JCB Triumph Hurdle. Trainer Gavin Cromwell scratched the four-year-old from both races as he feels he needs more time to

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O’Brien keen on Barney Dwan claims at Cheltenham Festival – SkySports


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O’Brien keen on Barney Dwan claims at Cheltenham Festival
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Fergal O’Brien anticipates a bold show from Barney Dwan on his return to the Cheltenham Festival in the Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase. After finishing second in the Pertemps Final 12 months ago, the eight-year-old will attempt to go one better

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Douvan heads straight to Cheltenham Festival – SkySports


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Douvan heads straight to Cheltenham Festival
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Douvan is set to head straight to the Cheltenham Festival after Willie Mullins decided against running his long-absent stable star in Saturday’s Red Mills Chase at Gowran Park. The eight-year-old, who has not been seen on the track since suffering a
Willie Mullins decides to skip Red Mills Chase engagement with DouvanRacinguk.com – pure racing entertainment

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