Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle preview: Thyme Hill fancied most for Cheltenham Festival Grade 1

Horse Racing

Thyme Hill has taken his form to a whole new level over the obstacles in winning all three starts this season, so appeals most for the 3m Grade 1 Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle on Gold Cup day at the Cheltenham Festival this Friday (14:50). Trained by Philip Hobbs, this six-year-old was a smart bumper performer placing twice around Prestbury Park last term. In the second of those, Th...

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Cheltenham Gold Cup preview: Delta Work appeals most in chasing’s blue riband contest

Horse Racing

Delta Work looks to hold outstanding claims of providing top Irish handler Gordon Elliott with a second winner of the extended 3m 2f Grade 1 Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival this Friday (15:30). The County Meath handler saddled fellow Gigginstown House Stud owned Don Cossack to land the spoils in chasing's blue riband contest in 2016. Delta Work also car...

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Cheltenham Festival day 3 preview: Floressa taken to deliver in Daylesford

Horse Racing

Floressa looks value to get the better of Irish raider Minella Melody in the 2m 1f Grade 2 Daylesford Mares' Novices' Hurdle on Cheltenham Festival day 3 this Thursday (16:50). This Nicky Henderson trained five-year-old was a smart bumper performer who created a good impression on hurdles debut at Worcester back in October when scoring easily by 19 lengths. She was then an unlucky los...

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Bet of the Day: Man City beat Arsenal and BTTS a midweek bet

Bet of the day

Man City beat Arsenal and BTTS odds appeal on Wednesday for their Etihad encounter in the Premier League. Each of the last three meetings between these two teams in Manchester have ended with a home win, but both teams finding the target. Although hosts Man City come into this home game off the back of an away derby loss, their form on their own patch is still superb. Only Manchest...

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Marsh Novices’ Chase preview: Faugheen fancied for third Cheltenham Festival success

Horse Racing

Given that he is the highest rated in the line-up and a dual Cheltenham Festival winner, Faugheen looks value at 6/1 with Paddy Power to land the 2m 4f Grade 1 Marsh Novices' Chase on day three of this year's meeting on Thursday (13:30). This Willie Mullins trained 12-year-old landed the Ballymore in 2014 before capturing the Champion Hurdle a year later in spectacular fashion. He has...

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Stayers’ Hurdle preview: No looking past Paisley Park to retain Cheltenham crown

Horse Racing

One of the feature races on day three of the Cheltenham Festival this Thursday is the 3m Grade 1 Stayers’ Hurdle (15:30) won last year by Paisley Park. Emma Lavelle’s stable star looks like a banker and impossible to oppose. The Andrew Gemmell owned eight-year-old is unbeaten in two years and took his form to a whole new level last season. After landing handicaps off top weight at ...

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Ryanair Chase preview: A Plus Tard a strong fancy for Cheltenham Festival glory

Horse Racing

A Plus Tard looks a worthy favourite to provide Irish handler Henry De Bromhead witn a second winner in the extended 2m 4f Grade 1 Ryanair Chase on day three of the Cheltenham Festival this Thursday (14:50). The Waterford based handler saddled Balko Des Flos to land the spoils in 2018. In A Plus Tard, he has a six-year-old who is yet to finish out of the frame in seven runs over fence...

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Bet of the Day: Josip Ilicic appeals for Atalanta goal at Valencia

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Josip Ilicic anytime goalscorer odds look well worth a wager as Atalanta travel to Valencia with a commanding aggregate lead for their Champions League last 16 second leg match on Tuesday. The Italian club have been a revelation in Europe’s elite club competition this term and are 4-1 up in this tie. In Ilicic, they have an experienced Slovenia international who has enjoyed a real ren...

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Champion Bumper preview: Israel Champ each-way value at Cheltenham Festival

Horse Racing

Israel Champ has looked like an above average sort in winning his last two starts, so looks a great each-way bet in the 2m Grade 1 Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday (17:30). Trained by David Pipe, who saddled Moon Racer to land the spoils five years ago, this Milan gelding won a point before starting his career under Rules at Worcester. He came on for that outing...

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Cheltenham Festival day 2 preview: Dame De Compagnie up for the Coral Cup

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Having scored in fine style last time out, Dame De Compagnie looks the one to be on in the 2m 5f Grade 3 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle on Cheltenham Festival day 2 this Wednesday (14:50). Trained by Nicky Henderson, this JP McManus owned seven-year-old showed real battling qualities to land a Listed mares' contest over 2m 4f here back in April 2018. Dame De Compagnie was then on the sidel...

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Queen Mother Champion Chase preview: Defi Du Seuil can reign supreme in stellar renewal

Horse Racing

On the back of a stunning success last time out, Defi Du Seuil looks worth siding with to dethrone Altior and land a staller renewal of the 2m Grade 1 Queen Mother Champion Chase on Ladies Day at the Cheltenham Festival this Wednesday (15:30). That came in the 2m 1f Grade 1 Clarence House Chase at Ascot, where the Philip Hobbs trained seven-year-old pulverised his five rivals when beatin...

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RSA Chase preview: Champ can live up to his name in Grade 1 novice contest

Horse Racing

Champ looks to hold leading claims of providing trainer Nicky Hdnerson with a fourth winner in the 3m Grade 1 RSA Novices' Chase at the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday (14:10). This JP McManus owned eight-year old, who is named after 20-time champion jump jockey Sir Anthony McCoy, has won eight of his 12 starts under Rules - finishing placed on the two other occasions. He progressed ...

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Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle preview: Envoi Allen a strong fancy to win again at Cheltenham Festival

Horse Racing

Envoi Allen was an impressive winner at the Cheltenham Festival 12 months ago and is fancied to maintain his unbeaten record with victory in the 2m 5f Grade 1 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle on Ladies Day this Wednesday (13:30). Trained by Gordon Elliott for owners Cheveley Park Stud, the six-year-old has taken to the obstacles superbly. After winning an Irish point, Envoi Allen became the ...

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Bet of the Day: Jeremie Boga worth a bet to score for Sassuolo against Brescia

Bet of the day

Jeremie Boga anytime goalscorer odds look a value bet as Sassuolo host rock bottom bottom Brescia in Serie A this Monday. The Ivory Coast cap is having a fine season on the wing for the Italian club. Boga, 23, came through the ranks of Chelsea’s academy and played once in the Premier League back in 2017-18. He spent time on loan with Rennes in his native France before switching allegi...

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Cheltenham Festival day 1 preview: Ravenhill appeals under Codd in National Hunt Chase

Horse Racing

Top Irish trainer Gordon Elliott has a fine record in the National Hunt Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Novices' Chase and Ravenhill looks value to further enhance it with victory in the 3n 6f contest on Cheltenham Festival day 1 this Tuesday (17:30). The County Meath handler has won three of the last 10 renewals courtesy of Chicago Grey (2011), Cause Of Causes (2015) and Tiger Roll (2017)...

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