The Racehour podcast is back again with a full review of last weeks racing action that saw Angels Breath defeated on route to a Supreme Novices Hurdle but did the #racehour panel think that was an enhancement of his claims of Cheltenham Festival glory or a negative coming into the meeting?
Honeysuckle might be set for a proper race in the Mares Novices’ Hurdle as Nicky Henderson also got a run into Epatante who made light work of a class 4 novice hurdle at Exeter on the 22nd of February.
After the review this week it’s all about the novices at the Festival as the panel of Dean Ryan, Diarmuid Nolan and Paddy Aspell guide the listeners through the big races for the up and coming stars of the National Hunt racing scene:
It’s a super pre-amble with the Racehour Cheltenham Festival Preview Night in mind which is now available to watch in full on Gambling.com
As the racehour is only an hour of course there was no time to fit in the excellent Jessica Lamb and her pre-Cheltenham report on the stable tours which took place the previous week at some of the biggest jumps racing yards in training.
You can read every word from Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott and Nicky Henderson here on Gambling.com of course but Dean Ryan and Jessica took a ramble through the best bits and put together a Racehour Extra Podcast from the Gamblecast stable – check that out here:
How does Gordon Elliott keep Apples Jade in good form ahead of a tilt at the Cheltenham Champion Hurdle?
What are the chances of superstar Samcro making his intended engagement in the Stayers’ Hurdle at this year’s Festival and can Gordon get more improvement out of Shattered Love ahead of the Gold Cup?
Nicky Henderson tells us what will make for a successful Festival for the yard and could he possibly have Might Bite back for a another crack at the Gold Cup following last years agonising defeat to Native River in the blue riband for steeple chasers?
Willie Mullins ruminates on his Champion Hurdle and Gold Cup prospects and acknowledges just how hard it is to win these races – but this year he arrives mob handed for the big races and let’s us know the pecking order!
Need trends for every race at the Cheltenham Festival? They are all here on Gambling.com and more from writers like Rory Delargy, Paddy Aspell and Gamblecast’s very own Jessica Lamb.
Finally it’s the last few days of the Cheltenham Festival competition where you and a friend could win tickets to Gold Cup day – just make sure to sign up to the mailing list and never miss another great story from the experts.
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