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

Horse Racing

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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Mares’ Hurdle preview: Honeysuckle value to beat Benie Des Dieux in Cheltenham clash

Horse Racing

The 2m 4f Grade 1 Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle (16:10) looks like a match on paper between Benie Des Dieux and Honeysuckle. Preference is for the latter at the odds on offer during day one of the Cheltenham Festival this Tuesday. Trained by Henry De Bromhead who is having a fine season, this six-year-old daughter of Sulamani is unbeaten in eight career starts. Having beaten the ver...

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Arkle preview: Notebook sets standard in open renewal of Cheltenham Festival novice chase

Horse Racing

The 2m Arkle Challenge Trophy for novice chasers is the second of four Grade 1 races on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival this Tuesday (14:10) and Notebook has leading form claims. Trained by Henry De Bromhead for owners Gigginstown House Stud, this seven-year-old is unbeaten in four starts over the larger obstacles. Notebook kept on strongly to win his chase debut at Punches...

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Champion Hurdle preview: Epatante a strong fancy for Cheltenham Festival glory

Horse Racing

Epatante looks a worthy favourite to further enhance the superb record of trainer Nicky Hendesron and owner JP McManus in the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival this Tuesday (15:30). The Seven Barrows handler is the most successful in the history of the 2m championship contest with seven wins to his name. McManus, meanwhile, has seen his famous green...

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Supreme Novices’ Hurdle preview: Abacadabras the answer to Cheltenham Festival curtain-raiser

Horse Racing

Abacadabras has form in the book which suggests he is the value punt in the traditional curtain-raiser on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival this Tuesday, the 2m Grade 1 Supreme Novices' Hurdle (13:30). Trained in Ireland by Gordon Elliott, this Gigginstown House Stud owned six-year-old ran a fine race at this meeting 12 months ago when a 5 3/4 lengths fourth of 14 to Envoi Allen...

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Bet of the Day: Barntown taken to cash-in on class drop at Ffos Las

Bet of the day

Barntown looks worth a bet at 11/4 with Coral to cash-in on a drop in class and get back to winning ways in the 2m 4f handicap hurdle at Ffos Las on Friday (16:30). The six-year-old made the frame just once in six starts when trained in Ireland but, after joining Tim Vaughan, opened his account at the third time of asking when backed off the boards and landing a gamble in a class 3 at Li...

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Bet of the Day: Mint Condition looks tasty at Carlisle

Bet of the day

The promising Mint Condition has shown enough to suggest he’s worth a wager to open his account at 11/8 with William Hill in the 2m 1f novices' hurdle at Carlisle on Thursday (16:35). After finishing fourth to the now 130-rated Keep Wondering in his sole start in an Irish point, this six-year-old joined trainer Jennie Candlish and ran really well when a 6 1/4 lengths third of 10 to Soari...

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OpenOdds Premier League of Darts Preview : 4th March

Darts Preview

Welcome back to OpenOdds’ preview of Darts’ Premier League. With four weeks gone, we’re as close to a half-way point as the first phase of the competition gets (in truth, it will be passed at some point during Nathan Aspinall’s meeting with Peter Wright on Thursday evening, but we digress). A quick look at the table shows us that yep, MvG is back on top - but given the right mix of results ...

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Bet of the Day: Scottish Accent has a big shout at Catterick

Bet of the day

Trainer Rebecca Menzies does well with her runners at Catterick and Scottish Accent looks value at 9/1 with Paddy Power to provide her with another winner at the North Yorkshire venue in the 3m 1f handicap hurdle on Wednesday (16:20). The Howe Hills farm handler has a strike rate of 33 per cent at the track in the past 12 months, having saddled three winners and one placed from just nine...

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