Here is our third Cheltenham Festival preview with another special guest in Racing UK’s Oli Bell who went through the three main novice hurdles, the Supreme, the Neptune and the Albert Bartlett. Thank you so much for all the views on the previous two videos with both combining to reach over 5,000 views. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do making them. We shall be on later with our preview of Saturday’s racing with the feature event being the devilishly tricky Imperial Cup with a maximum field declared.
Here’s our preview of tomorrow’s action with the feature event being the Grimthorpe Chase at Doncaster, a recognised Grand National trial at 3:45 with @Lukeelder13 and @AdamWebb121 taking you through the Channel Four action and answering viewers’ questions.
We will also take the opportunity to reveal some provisional plans (subject to changes) for the upcoming week.
Early next week (most likely Tuesday), we shall be covering the Supreme, Neptune and Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdles.
Later on in the week, we will aim to do a video concentrating on our five best handicappers of the Cheltenham Festival and we may have a special guest for that video.
Next Friday will be our usual video with the Imperial Cup taking centre stage at Sandown where the winner could potentially go for a £100,000 bonus by winning at the Festival.
Lastly, although Cheltenham hasn’t even arrived yet, Adam has again decided to organise a Grand National sweepstake with 36 spots up for grabs. If you wish to get involved, tweet or direct message Adam (@AdamWebb121) to get a spot. Unlike the Melbourne Cup sweepstake, there will be a prize for the winner!
With twelve days to go til the Cheltenham Festival, here is our second Cheltenham Festival preview covering novice chases with special guest Tom Stanley from Racing UK and Oddschecker.
We shall be doing more Cheltenham previews next week and shall keep you updated on them. Thank you for all the contributions to the show and we shall be back tomorrow night with our usual preview covering the Channel 4 action from Newbury and Doncaster.
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We’re very lucky to be joined this week by Nick Scholfield, jockey of fancied Irving in the Supreme and lively outsider Melodic Rendezvous in the Champion!
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