Musselburgh preview: Fred can rule Supreme for Henderson on Sunday

Horse Racing

Trainer Nicky Henderson has a superb record with his Musselburgh runners, so Fred is a strong fancy to further enhance it with victory in the 2m Scottish Supreme Novices' Hurdle on Cheltenham Trials Day there this Sunday (14:15). The Seven Barrows handler has an overall strike rate of just under 28 per cent at the Scottish venue having saddled 12 winners and 10 placed from 43 raiders. ...

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Dublin Racing Festival day 2 preview: Battleoverdoyen the Flogas fancy

Horse Racing

Battleoverdoyen and Faugheen face off in the 2m 5f Grade 1 Flogas Novice Chase at Leopardstown on Dublin Racing Festival day 2 this Sunday (15:00). Both have scored at the highest level over Christmas, but preference is for the former. Battleoverdoyen is trained by Gordon Elliott for Gigginstown House Stud and unbeaten in three starts over fences. As a seven-year-old, he is five ye...

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Sandown preview: Call Me Lord impossible to oppose in Contenders Hurdle

Horse Racing

Trainer Nicky Henderson has a superb record in the Contenders Hurdle and Call Me Lord looks a worthy odds-on favourite to further enhance it with victory in the Listed 2m contest at Sandown on Saturday (13:50). The Seven Barrows handler has won six of the last nine renewals - including three runnings with dual Champion Hurdle winner Buveur D'air. In Call Me Lord, he has a seven-year-o...

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2020 Irish Gold Cup preview: Delta Work fancied to follow-up at Leopardstown

Horse Racing

The big race at Leopardstown on Sunday is the 3m Grade 1 Irish Gold Cup (15:30) and Delta Work is taken to follow-up on his course and distance success at Christmas. Trained by Gordon Elliott, who is still seeking a first winner in this valuable Dublin Racing Festival contest, this seven-year-old is the youngest of nine runners in this year’s renewal. Delta Work has won five of his se...

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Musselburgh preview: Little Bruce has a big shout in Edinburgh National

Horse Racing

Having scored in fine style last time out, Little Bruce looks a worthy 100/30 favourite with William Hill to make light of a rise in the weights and follow-up in the 4m Edinburgh National Handicap Chase at Musselburgh on Saturday (15:15). This Phil Kirby trained eight-year-old showed progessive form when sent chasing last season, winning twice and finishing a fine second of 11 to Bob Mah...

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Bet of the Day: Derby and Stoke to share points in Championship clash

Bet of the day

If Derby County are to keep alive even the suggestion that they might make a charge for the playoffs, then tonight’s meeting with Stoke is where they badly need to start showing that they merit a place. Their most recent outing, which took them to Luton Town on Tuesday night, had its highs (Wayne Rooney scoring his first goal for the Rams) and its lows (they lost to the Championship’s worst...

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Scilly Isles Novices’ Chase preview: Good Boy Bobby has plenty going for him in Sandown Grade 1

Horse Racing

Good Boy Bobby has some very strong form to his name, so looks the one to be on in the feature race at Sandown on Saturday, the 2m 4f Grade 1 Scilly Isles Novices' Chase (14:25). This Nigel Twiston-Davies trained seven-year-old has a tremendous strike rate of 63 per cent having won seven of his 11 starts. He ran a blinder on chasing debut at Carlisle back in October when chinned on th...

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Dublin Racing Festival day 1 preview: Min value to complete Dublin Chase hat-trick

Horse Racing

There are Grade 1 races galore at Leopardstown on Dublin Racing Festival day 1 this Saturday. In the 2m 1f Dublin Chase (13:25), Min looks overpriced to win this event for a third consecutive year. One of three in this race for Irish champion trainer Willie Mullins, the nine-year-old has been cut by bookmakers from a best-price 6/1 in the ante post market. Besides winning the only two...

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2020 Albert Bartlett entries: Classy Thyme Hill heads 99 in Cheltenham Festival staying novice hurdle

Horse Racing

There are 99 2020 Albert Bartlett entries for the 3m Grade 1 novice hurdle test on Gold Cup day - Friday, 13 March - at the Cheltenham Festival this year. Heading the near 100 horses engaged and the betting with the bookies is Philip Hobbs’ rising star Thyme Hill. Winner of the Persian War at Chepstow on reappearance, last year’s Champion Bumper third has since followed-up pwith a hat...

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Bet of the Day: Thiem to beat Zverev in Australian Open Semi-Final

Bet of the day

We now know the identity of one of the Australian Open Men’s Singles finalists, after Novak Djokovic put a fed-up Roger Federer to the sword in straight sets in Semi-Final 1. In the other half of the draw, where Rafael Nadal and his nineteen career majors were supposed to occupy the box seat, we have a semi-final between two men without a single Grand Slam title between them. What we do kno...

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2020 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle entries: Unbeaten Envoi Allen heads 122 in Cheltenham Grade 1 novice contest

Horse Racing

The unbeaten Envoi Allen, a short-priced favourite in the ante post betting, features among a whopping 122 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle entries for the 2m 5f Grade 1 at the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday, 11 March. Trained by top Irish handler Gordon Elliott, who saddled Samcro to land the spoils in 2018, last year's Grade 1 Champion Bumper hero is unbeaten in seven starts under Rules. ...

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2020 Irish Champion Hurdle preview: Honeysuckle can continue unbeaten run at Leopardstown

Horse Racing

The feature race at Leopardstown on Saturday is the 2m Grade 1 Irish Champion Hurdle (15:10) and unbeaten mare Honeysuckle is fancied to continue her streak. Trained by Henry De Bromhead, the six-year-old daughter of Sulamani is seven races undefeated, including an Irish point. After bolting up by 15 lengths over Annie Mc at Dromahane, Honeysuckle then made a winning debut under Rules...

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2020 Triumph Hurdle entries: Aspire Tower and Allmankind among 57 for Cheltenham juvenile test

Horse Racing

Aspire Tower leads 25 2020 Triumph Hurdle entries from Ireland for the Cheltenham Festival’s juveniles only Grade 1 contest on Gold Cup day, Friday, 13 March. The four-year-old division has often been dominated by JP McManus in recent years, but Henry De Bromhead’s Flat recruit heads ante post betting with bookmakers. Odds for Aspire Tower to win at Cheltenham will only shorten if he ...

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2020 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle entries: Leading fancies Abacadabras and Shiskin among 86 in Festival opener

Horse Racing

Ante post market leaders Shishkin and Abacadabras headline 86 2020 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle entries for the traditional 2m Grade 1 curtain-raiser at the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday, 10 March. Shishkin hails from the yard of Nicky Henderson, who has a fine record in the race, and shot to the head of bookmaker betting following an impressive 11 length success at Newbury. He had previo...

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Heroes Handicap Hurdle preview: Bold Plan taken to come up trumps at Sandown

Horse Racing

Bold Plan got no further than the third last time out, but looks worth another chance to show that he is ahead of his mark in the valuable 2m 7f Grade 3 Heroes Handicap Hurdle at Sandown on Saturday (15:00). That tumble came in the similar grade Holloway's Handicap Hurdle at Ascot. After being heavily backed and sent off the 3/1 favourite, the Evan Williams trained six-year-old appear...

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