Colin Tizzard's Kilbricken Storm was well beaten by If The Cap Fits at Aintree at the end of last season, and while the former Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle winner shaped with promise last time out at Cheltenham, he lacks the ability to feature here, while Tobefair is another entry with decent form around the undulations of Prestbury Park, but is another that will struggle in a race that can see Paisley Park's reputation enhanced further with a comfortable win.
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Since March of last year, the son of Galileo has only raced four times, all coming in top-level races. Next time out, he surprisingly dropped to 2m in the Irish Champion Hurdle. Here, he would beat Faugheen, outstaying him late to be a ready winner. Said campaign has been hit and miss, hence the reason connections have correctly chosen to revert to hurdling.
At times he could be brilliant, but he could also be unconvincing — there was just no rhythm or consistency. While the case, whether he is fully at his best over this 3m trip remains to be seen. Some going in three races! This victory solidified his rise to the top, and while he got the run of the race under Joe Colliver, there was absolutely no fluke about it; he went a nice gallop and maintained it late.
Whether or not he is value for his new lofty rating of , remains to be seen. That puts him right in the mix, in terms of ability, with all those ahead of him in the betting. He was well-beaten there, but that was at the end of a long campaign and is probably not an accurate guide to his endurance limitations. There was maybe a slight suspicion of him picking up the pieces late, but given he travelled much wider than the runner-up Monalee and the third Wholestone throughout, to win like he did, was striking.
The former is a talented, but highly quirky horse who needs holding up and delivering late. Hitting number 1 is probably out of his reach this season, but he does look to have strong each-way claims. He shaped better than the distance beaten of 7 lengths suggests.
In his Festival prep in the Cleeve Hurdle over this course and distance, it was very much a similar story. Again, like in the Albert Bartlett, he travelled with great enthusiasm and looked set to go close, but he faltered late.
Elsewhere down the entries, not many really convince for varying reasons. As a seven-year-old, he still has age on his side, so his performances this season have dumbfounded me. He appears to be a stone below his best, for whatever reason. She could well run a career best and finish sixth. This is also true of Yanworth.
Softer going brings Sam Spinner into it even further, and should Cheltenham produce taxing conditions, it significantly enhances his chance. That trio, depending on conditions, will hardly contract much further in the betting, should the main protagonists make it to Prestbury Park healthy. Since its inception back in , the contest has only grown stronger and stronger. On paper, the renewal looks extremely competitive. Given the brisk fractions he set in the early and middle parts of the race, it was natural for him to tie-up a touch close home, but he never looked remotely like getting beaten, his speculator jumping applying further pressure on his rivals.
He was just touched off in the Champion Chase before he went on to Aintree and Punchestown to win Grade 1s. The son of Lando was then asked to back up 17 days later in the King George at Kempton — a race I stupidly backed him in — but this run clearly came too soon after Sandown and he was pulled up. There is more to come, but it would be nice to see it on the track.
More positively, the step back up in trip here will be a big plus for him. There is no doubt he can win the Ryanair, but connections must get him back in good order. His next run saw Grade 2 success in the Christy Chase at Ascot in beating Double Shuffle and Frodon by 8 and 10 lengths, respectively, now looks like top-class form with the former finishing second in the King George and the latter bolting up off in a competitive Cheltenham handicap.
He oozed class at Ascot and simply had too many gears for horses now rated officially rated and Three weeks later he added the Peterborough Chase to his CV although he was workmanlike in doing so. A quick turnaround from a big Ascot effort and slower ground may have been to blame, but even so, his Ascot run marks him down as a bold player for this contest.
At the current stage of entries, Willie Mullins has a strong hand. The seven-year-old has raced twice this campaign and won both starts in great style, at Thurles and Tramore. I really get the feeing there is more to come, but whether he can replicate those efforts on faster ground in more competitive races remains to be seen. Killultagh Vic looks to have maintained a fair amount of his ability despite the serious nature of his past injuries. See what I did there?
Ok, I understand Willie Mullins has the race-favourite, but given the number of quality animals in his care, Mullins will simply have to run two of his big names against each other, should they all get to Cheltenham in good order. All the above was written before Yorkhill flopped at the Dublin Racing Festival. Having taken a big drift in the market before they jumped off, he ran accordingly. The usual hold he gives his rider never really materialised, and in truth, he just looked flat.
This does curb the enthusiasm I had. Formerly trained by Malcom Jefferson, who sadly passed away a couple of weeks ago, this seven-year-old son of Flemensfirth just looks a quality, young chaser heading firmly in the right direction. He had some smart novice form last season, beating the likes of Forest Bhian and Politologue, but his latest 8 lengths success in a Kempton novice chase looks a career best in every sense of the word.
In form, in style and on the clock, he is getting better. The problem where Cheltenham lay, is Waiting Patiently needs to improve further. To be fair, I think that is certainly on the cards. He appeared to handle decent conditions comfortably at Kempton last time out, but that came against inferior opposition. There is a good chance of much faster sod come March in unison with him taking on genuine top-class opponents. Trained by the underrated Eddie Harty and owned by JP McManus, this seven-year-old had some top-class novice form last season behind the likes Our Duke.
Coney Island would miss the Cheltenham Festival through injury and only made his belated return to action in December at Ascot in winning a conditions race by 9 lengths, hard held. Maybe Henry de Bromhead gave his inmate a good rest after his summer exploits, and was slowly working him back to full fitness? Proper soft Irish ground is probably also a negative for him now, but back on a firmer surface last time out in the Leopardstown Christmas Chase, the seven-year-old son of Balko bounced back to form and produced a career best.
He was fortunate in that he had plenty of space to be accurate at his fences, but he was deadly, and coming to two out, he had plenty of the field cooked. He was just outstayed late by a better horse on the day in Cheltenham Gold Cup contender Road To Respect, but the drop back in trip accompanied with a good gallop, could see him being the ideal Ryanair horse.
Frodon too, must get a positive mention on the back of his progressive, high-class handicap form which looks extremely solid. His latest success in the Crest Nicholson Handicap Chase at Cheltenham was impressive, the 17 lengths he won by telling that story. That did come on heavy ground however, and the handicapper has surely overreacted with his new rating of The question is, can he produce a similar performance against top-class horses on much faster ground?
I have my doubts. Last time out in the John Durkan, on ground that was surely way too soft to show him at his best, he took a significant step in the right direction. At this stage, the renewal of the Ryanair looks as exciting a race as we could have all season, and on the biggest stage.
That form is phenomenal. At the prices, given his poor preparation, Fox Norton is easily avoided. At the start of the season, I thought he was the winner of this contest, but after a good opening pair of efforts to the campaign, his form tailed off and his training has been interrupted. Coney Island and Waiting Patiently could clash at Ascot this weekend, and that will tell us plenty. Neither have Cheltenham Festival experience either, so it makes sense to duck them now.
A quick final mention must go to Douvan and Min. The former, the young pretender with an air of Sprinter Sacre about him; the latter, the unofficial king of the division on the comeback trail from injury. Altior was found to have a wind issue and was subsequently operated on. Nicky Henderson has always said there is a sound chance of Altior making it back for Cheltenham, and he may run in the Game Spirit at Newbury in February.
With still so much up in the air concerning that pair, focus should be put on those horses fit and well. He was a horse I was lukewarm on throughout his novice campaign last season. I knew he was a graded animal, but at no stage did I feel he was top-class. I also had a small doubt about his ability to find off the bridle which is maybe not a surprise given the ease at which he travels.
This season however, has proved my analysis of him all wrong. Because he was being campaigned over the incorrect trip. Two: he idles badly when he hits the front, and three; he finds off the bridle and battles, as we saw in the Tingle Creek in beating Fox Norton.
With so many horses struggling to make the track, this progressive seven-year-old must be fully respected. He does everything his peer does, but in excess. On the comeback trail from an injury that ruled him out of the Cheltenham Festival, Min made his eagerly awaited return at Gowran Park.
Much more was expected of him when upped in class to Grade 1 company at Leopardstown over Christmas. He at least travelled well, jumped boldly and battled late. I just get the feeling there is more in the tank and we may see it in his next run which could come at the Dublin Racing Festival.
The fact he disappointed in the King George at Kempton in his last run is also off-putting. The likes of Politologue would eat him up jumping and constantly take lengths out of him. The chestnut son of Presenting has been to Cheltenham twice in March and won both times.
Altior and Douvan look a notch or two above the rest of the field at their best, but are by no means guaranteed to run. Special Tiara was the only one of interest, but even that was limited, especially at the age of Reading between the lines, it really does look like Altior is more likely to make the race then Douvan. Whether he comes to Cheltenham on the back of a prep or straight here is to be decided, but given his wind issues and the likelihood of soft ground at Newbury for the Game Spirit, Nicky Henderson may choose a direct route to the Champion Chase.
If the case, I do feel the brilliant son of High Chaparral could be vulnerable. To win a Champion Chase or any race at Cheltenham, you need to be sharp and on your game; there is no room for error. If this take longer as he gets older? He could be got at. The problem lay in Willie Mullins also having Min and Yorkhill in the race. There could still be a fair bit of juggling done yet, but what is noteworthy is how little faith the Mullins camp have lost in Douvan, despite him currently working his way to full fitness.
Should he not run, Min is likely to sub in for his stablemate, but Yorkhill could also run here. Given how exuberant Min is, it makes sense to keep him to two miles. Yorkhill is better equipped and has shown far more stamina compared to Min, so the Ryanair may end up being his destination. Un De Sceaux is almost certain to line up in the race he won last season, but at the age of 10, Willie Mullins may look to the Ryanair for a two-pronged assault, with Yorkhill. This leaves us with Min and Politologue as potential bets.
Like we discussed earlier, apart from their colour, these two are very similar in how they approach the game, and in ability. Both travel well and both jump accurately. There is a feeling we may have seen the best of Politologue already this season and on his favoured underfoot conditions. Min on the other hand, still reeks of untapped potential who could prove even better on spring ground. With that being the case, MIN gets the nod.
I realise he must bounce back from a disappointing effort at Leopardstown over Christmas, but he disappointed in running to around Min is without doubt a better horse than Charbel, and he could have more to offer. Entries have yet to be revealed for the Unibet Champion Hurdle, January 16 I believe is the date connections must enter, and the public can expect to see those names in the following days.
He returned this season after an enforced day break to win the Grade 1 Morgiana Hurdle by 16 lengths. Thankfully, the son of Germany was not injured and recent reports from Closutton are positive ish. While the case, I find it hard to recommend a horse on the back of being pulled up, especially with a potentially downward spiralling profile.
His seasonal debut victory at Down Royal in the Grade 2 WKD Hurdle left me a bit cold, but the six-year-old took a huge step forward when running 3 rd behind classy sorts in the Grade 2 International Hurdle at Cheltenham. Despite racing too keen, being hampered at a crucial time and conceding weight to most of the field, to finish on the tails of My Tent Or Yours and The New One was a good run.
The above three horses aside, at the moment, I find it very tough to see another horse winning the Champion Hurdle, should the aforementioned trio get to Cheltenham in good order. To his credit, he could do no more than win the International on his seasonal debut, but the fact he got 6lb from The New One 2 nd and Melon 3 rd is off-putting, especially where the latter is concerned.
Can he run well and maybe hit the frame? Sure, he can, but it looks like he might be battling for one each-way spot should they all turn up and his price is only fair from that point of view. There are quite a few in that boat, who could run into the frame. While the case, I find it hard to recommend a horse on the back of such a poor run, despite there being reasons for the poor showing. He was a top-class juvenile hurdler last season, but open company is a different ball game and he had plenty racing for a young horse in the last campaign.
The jury is out at the moment. Mick Jazz and Cilaos Emery clashed in the Ryanair Hurdle that Faugheen pulled up in last month with the former being the main beneficiary, beating the latter, who has this week been ruled out of the Champion Hurdle through injury. Furthermore, as a seven-year-old, it would be no surprise if he was still improving, especially coming from these Gordon Elliott quarters.
The seven-year-old has done nothing but improve over the last two seasons and had some smart form behind Yanworth last season before injury ruled him out of the Champion Hurdle. On his first start since February, he ran a nice race, especially considering he looked a touch fresh and was also hampered in the straight. Alas, there is a potential fly in the ointment and a horse who could instil fear into the odds-on favourite, the enigmatic and wonderfully nutty chestnut, Yorkhill.
Faugheen looked well below, albeit his sky high, best in winning at Punchestown on his comeback from injury and has subsequently failed to complete. Nothing came to light for that pulled up effort and reportedly, little strenuous exercise has been undertaken since. As connections turn the screw and try to get him to the peak of his powers, it would be surprise to see his huge but fragile frame fail him again.
So is the year-old My Tent Or Yours , who has also had his injury problems. He offers poor value from an each-way perspective. To my eye, the Champion Hurdle is not a race to try and get clever with. I want to be with those to the head of the market despite value potentially looking skimpy. I feel there will be better value bets to come, there are 27 other races after all! Like I said above, his seasonal debut underwhelmed me, but his International third was a huge step in the right direction.
Furthermore, a stronger run race on quicker ground back on the Old Course are three more positives. There is every chance of more to come. That was his first run with the big boys. Advice 1. Advice 2.
A sensational seven-race card will take place at Cheltenham on Saturday, with a host of top-class performers descending on the Cotswolds for Festival Trials Day. Unbeaten over hurdles since stepping out of novice company, the son of Oscar has been ultra-progressive in the last two seasons, and he kick-started his campaign with a comfortable one-length success in the Long Distance Hurdle at Newbury. Second favourite in the ante-post betting for the Stayers' Hurdle is the Harry Fry-trained If the Cap Fits , who is set to make his first appearance at Cheltenham fresh from an impressive win in the Coral Hurdle at Ascot.
That recent half-a-length success over Call Me Lord came over two and a half miles, and the eight-year-old will now step up to three miles to put his Stayers' Hurdle credentials on the line. However, supporters of the progressive gelding will be confident the distance won't prove to be a problem as he was victorious over three miles in the Grade 1 Stayers' Hurdle at Aintree last April, and he shaped like a decent trip would bring out his strengths.
Fry's contender will enjoy the fact the forecast is dry ahead of Saturday's test as he has often produced his best on faster surfaces, but ultimately he will need a huge step forward from that Ascot success to down Paisley Park, who may just outstay him in the closing stages with his barnstorming late finish. A mouth-watering tussle awaits between the two home challengers, but there could be an eye-catching Irish-trained raider in the shape of Gordon Elliott's Apple's Jade , who could return to the scene of one her biggest career wins.
A fine winner of the Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival , Apple's Jade has struggled on her last two visits to GL50 3rd Mares' Hurdle, 6th Champion Hurdle , but she could head to Gloucestershire at the weekend having excelled on her last outing. A length annihilation of Unowhatimeanharry last time out at Leopardstown in Grade 1 company saw Apple's Jade back to her best, and a repeat of that would see her go close here, but with a history of lacklustre efforts at Cheltenham during her career and with there being no guarantee of her taking her chance, then she can be ignored.
Away from the front three in the latest betting, Supreme Novices' Hurdle hero Summerville Boy is set to take his chance fresh from a fine victory in the Relkeel Hurdle at Cheltenham on New Year's Day. Marsh Hurdle runner-up L'Ami Serge and last season's Coral Cup winner William Henry could be a brace of contenders unleashed by Nicky Henderson, but both Seven Barrows runners will need the fancied horses to under-perform if they were to land a blow. Colin Tizzard's Kilbricken Storm was well beaten by If The Cap Fits at Aintree at the end of last season, and while the former Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle winner shaped with promise last time out at Cheltenham, he lacks the ability to feature here, while Tobefair is another entry with decent form around the undulations of Prestbury Park, but is another that will struggle in a race that can see Paisley Park's reputation enhanced further with a comfortable win.
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Ocala was then a solid second on her only start in behind Sheikha Reika, who has won twice since in a listed race and over at Woodbine off a rating Ocala does have fitness to overcome but so do the majority of her opposition Oisin Murphy rides her tomorrow so if she retains her ability from her three runs so far, she definitely has the class to make a successful return to action and is the one to beat with by far the strongest form on offer and with proven course form.
She will also appreciate the step up to 1 mile and I am more then confident she can win this with the yard absolutely flying. His first three runs at this course was over 1 mile, reaching the frame each time before being rated between and he run well in class handicaps off those type of marks on the turf and on the All weather.
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The Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown often recognizes one of the leading novices and contenders for the novice hurdles at the Festival. Pete The Feat would bring the house down if he won the race again. In Ireland there is an interest in Flat racing but a love for the jumps.
In Britain horses get most affection from the public when they run over a number of seasons and that is more often jumpers than horses that run on the Flat. The best chasers can compete for many seasons and Cue Card is a great example of longevity.
Roaring Lion was one of the best three year olds of last season but the horse has been retired to stud. Cue Card had 41 career starts over while Roaring Lion only ran aged just two and three 12 times in total. Pete The Feat is now Persian Punch was one of the most popular Flat horses and he ran for nine seasons up to the age of The horse finished second to Buywise a year ago and has run in 65 races, from to The Sandown final is a handicap which should attract at least 16 runners.
Bookmakers will pay out on each way bets down to fourth place at one quarter the odds. The betting suggests Pete The Feat can make the frame and the trainer, Charlie Longsdon, is expecting a good run. However, his stable mate, Loose Chips is a better proposition at the age or
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