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Cheltenham 2018 results LIVE: Todays winners at the Cheltenham Festival -  RESULTS WILL BE UPDATED BELOW AS AND WHEN RACES FINISH  1.30pm JLT Novices' Chase (Grade 1) 2m 3f 198y 150000  1st: Shattered Love (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Gordon Elliott Ireland 10st 11lb Jack Kennedy  2nd: Terrefort (FR) Nicky Henderson 11st 3lb Daryl Jacob  3rd: Benatar (IRE) Gary Moore 11st 4lb Jamie Moore  CHELTENHAM 2018 LIVE updates: Tips runners racecards results and more  2.10pm Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3) 2m 7f 213y 100000  1 Thomas Campbell (Blinkers) Nicky Henderson 11st 12lb James Bowen (3)  2 Who Dares Wins (IRE) Alan King 11st 6lb Wayne Hutchinson  3 Boite (IRE) Warren Greatrex 11st 5lb Gavin Sheehan  4 Mine Now (IRE) Peter Fahey Ireland 11st 2lb Mr Richard Deegan (5)  5 Shantou Bob (IRE) (Blinkers Tongue Strap) Warren Greatrex 11st 2lb Thomas Greatrex (7)  6 Dell' Arca (IRE) (Blinkers Tongue Strap) David Pipe 11st 2lb Michael Heard (5)  7 Louis' Vac Pouch (IRE) (Hood) Philip Hobbs 11st 2lb Richard Johnson  8 Sykes (IRE) Nicky Martin 10st 13lb Matt Griffiths  9 Lovenormoney (IRE) (Visor) Warren Greatrex 10st 13lb Andrew Tinkler  10 Wait For Me (FR) (Hood Tongue Strap) Philip Hobbs 10st 13lb Tom O'Brien  11 Prime Venture (IRE) Evan Williams 10st 12lb Adam Wedge  12 Sort It Out (IRE) Eddie Harty Ireland 10st 12lb Mark Walsh  13 Delta Work (FR) (Hood Tongue Strap) Gordon Elliott Ireland 10st 10lb Davy Russell  14 Theo's Charm (IRE) Nick Gifford 10st 9lb Tom Cannon  15 Taj Badalandabad (IRE) (Visor Tongue Strap) David Pipe 10st 9lb Tom Scudamore  16 Whataknight (Tongue Strap) Harry Fry 10st 9lb Noel Fehily  17 Forza Milan (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Jonjo O'Neill 10st 9lb Killian Moore (3)  18 The Mighty Don (IRE) Nick Gifford 10st 8lb Leighton Aspell  19 Protek des Flos (FR) Nicky Henderson 10st 8lb Aidan Coleman  20 Kansas City Chief (IRE) (Sheepskin C/P) Neil Mulholland 10st 8lb  21 Glenloe (IRE) Gordon Elliott Ireland 10st 8lb Barry Geraghty  22 Dadsintrouble (IRE) Tim Vaughan 10st 7lb Alan Johns  23 Connetable (FR) (Blinkers) Paul Nicholls 10st 7lb Harry Cobden  24 A Great View (IRE) (Sheepskin C/P) Denis W. Cullen Ireland 10st 6lb Jody McGarvey  Reserves  R25 Arthur's Gift (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 10st 6lb Sam Twiston-Davies  R26 Kris Spin (IRE) Kerry Lee 10st 4lb  GETTY  Cheltenham 2018: Un De Sceaux is the clear favourite to win the Ryanair chase  Related articles   Cheltenham 2018 tips: Why Un De Sceaux WILL beat Cue Card   Ruby Walsh injury update as statement issued on Cheltenham star  2.50pm Ryanair Chase (Grade 1) 2m 4f 166y 350000  1 Balko des Flos (FR) Henry de Bromhead Ireland 11st 10lb Davy Russell  2 Cloudy Dream (IRE) Ruth Jefferson 11st 10lb Brian Hughes  3 Cue Card (Tongue Strap) Colin Tizzard 11st 10lb Paddy Brennan  4 Douvan (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 10lb  5 Frodon (FR) (Tongue Strap) Paul Nicholls 11st 10lb Sam Twiston-Davies  6 Sub Lieutenant (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Henry de Bromhead Ireland 11st 10lb Sean Flanagan  7 Un de Sceaux (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 10lb R. Walsh  3.30pm Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle (Grade 1) 2m 7f 213y 338380  1 Bacardys (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 10lb R. Walsh  2 Donna's Diamond (IRE) Chris Grant 11st 10lb Callum Bewley  3 L'Ami Serge (IRE) (Hood) Nicky Henderson 11st 10lb Daryl Jacob  4 Lil Rockerfeller (USA) (Sheepskin C/P) Neil King 11st 10lb Trevor Whelan  5 Old Guard Paul Nicholls 11st 10lb Harry Cobden  6 Penhill W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 10lb Paul Townend  7 Sam Spinner Jedd O'Keeffe 11st 10lb Joe Colliver  8 Supasundae Mrs J. Harrington Ireland 11st 10lb Robbie Power  9 The New One (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 10lb Sam Twiston-Davies  10 The Worlds End (IRE) Tom George 11st 10lb A. P. Heskin  11 Unowhatimeanharry (Tongue Strap) Harry Fry 11st 10lb Noel Fehily  12 Wholestone (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 10lb Aidan Coleman  13 Yanworth Alan King 11st 10lb Barry Geraghty  14 Apple's Jade (FR) (Tongue Strap) Gordon Elliott Ireland 11st 3lb Jack Kennedy  15 Augusta Kate W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 3lb David Mullins  16 Colin's Sister Fergal O'Brien 11st 3lb Paddy Brennan  17 Let's Dance (FR) (Sheepskin C/P) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 3lb  4.10pm Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate Handicap Chase (Grade 3) 2m 4f 166y 110000  1 Village Vic (IRE) Philip Hobbs 11st 12lb Richard Johnson  2 Go Conquer (IRE) Jonjo O'Neill 11st 7lb Aidan Coleman  3 Last Goodbye (IRE) (Blinkers Tongue Strap) Miss Elizabeth Doyle Ireland 11st 6lb Sean Flanagan  4 Tully East (IRE) Alan Fleming Ireland 11st 5lb Denis O'Regan  5 Ballybolley (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 4lb Daryl Jacob  6 The Storyteller (IRE) Gordon Elliott Ireland 11st 4lb Davy Russell  7 Oldgrangewood (Tongue Strap) Dan Skelton 11st 4lb Harry Skelton  8 Viconte du Noyer (FR) (Tongue Strap) Colin Tizzard 11st 4lb Robbie Power  9 Traffic Fluide (FR) (Visor) Gary Moore 11st 2lb Joshua Moore  10 Mercian Prince (IRE) Amy Murphy 11st 1lb Jack Quinlan  11 Quite By Chance (Blinkers Tongue Strap) Colin Tizzard 11st 0lb Paddy Brennan  12 Romain de Senam (FR) (Hood Tongue Strap) Paul Nicholls 10st 13lb Sam Twiston-Davies  13 Movewiththetimes (IRE) Paul Nicholls 10st 13lb Barry Geraghty  14 Ultragold (FR) (Tongue Strap) Colin Tizzard 10st 13lb Harry Cobden  15 Drumcliff (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Harry Fry 10st 12lb Niall Madden  16 King's Socks (FR) David Pipe 10st 11lb Tom Scudamore  17 Pougne Bobbi (FR) Nicky Henderson 10st 11lb Jeremiah McGrath  18 Midnight Shot Charlie Longsdon 10st 11lb Jonathan Burke  19 King's Odyssey (IRE) Evan Williams 10st 10lb Adam Wedge  20 Guitar Pete (IRE) Nicky Richards 10st 10lb Ryan Day (3)  21 Willie Boy (IRE) Venetia Williams 10st 9lb B. J. Cooper  22 Ballyalton (IRE) (Sheepskin C/P) Ian Williams 10st 9lb Tom O'Brien  23 Shanahan's Turn (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Colin Tizzard 10st 8lb Paul O'Brien (5)  24 Splash of Ginge Nigel Twiston-Davies 10st 8lb Jamie Bargary (3)  Reserves  R25 Kilcrea Vale (IRE) Nicky Henderson 10st 8lb  R26 Plaisir d'Amour (FR) Venetia Williams 10st 7lb  Cheltenham 2018 tips: Betting advice for day three  Wed March 14 2018  Express Sport runs through the hot tips for day three of Cheltenham 2018  Getty Images  1 of 7  1.30pm Modus  GETTY  Cue Card will challenge Un De Sceaux in the Ryanair chase  4.50pm Trull House Stud Mares' Novices' Hurdle (Grade 2) 2m 179y 90000  1 Cap Soleil (FR) Fergal O'Brien 11st 7lb Paddy Brennan  2 Laurina (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 7lb R. Walsh  3 Maria's Benefit (IRE) Stuart Edmunds 11st 7lb Ciaran Gethings  4 Dawn Shadow (IRE) Mrs D. A. Love Ireland 11st 5lb Rachael Blackmore  5 Angels Antics Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 2lb Sam Twiston-Davies  6 Champayne Lady (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Alan Fleming Ireland 11st 2lb Denis O'Regan  7 Countister (FR) Nicky Henderson 11st 2lb Mark Walsh  8 Cut The Mustard (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 2lb Noel Fehily  9 Dame de Compagnie (FR) (Hood) Nicky Henderson 11st 2lb Barry Geraghty  10 Ellie Mac (IRE) Henry de Bromhead Ireland 11st 2lb Daniel Holden  11 High School Days (USA) Henry de Bromhead Ireland 11st 2lb Davy Russell  12 Pietralunga (FR) (Tongue Strap) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 2lb  13 Rouergate (FR) Venetia Williams 11st 2lb Aidan Coleman  14 Salsaretta (FR) W. P. Mullins Ireland 11st 2lb Paul Townend  15 Spice Girl (Tongue Strap) Martin Keighley 11st 2lb Richard Johnson  5.30pm Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase 3m 2f 70000  1 Pendra (IRE) (Blinkers) Charlie Longsdon 11st 12lb Mr Derek O'Connor  2 Actinpieces Pam Sly 11st 12lb Miss Gina Andrews  3 Wild West Wind (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Tom George 11st 11lb Mr Noel George (5)  4 Mall Dini (IRE) (Blinkers Tongue Strap) Patrick G. Kelly Ireland 11st 10lb Mr P. W. Mullins  5 Double Ross (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 10lb Mr Zac Baker  6 Final Nudge (IRE) David Dennis 11st 10lb Mr Barry O'Neill  7 Tintern Theatre (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 11st 5lb Mr Jordan Nailor (5)  8 Missed Approach (IRE) (Blinkers) Warren Greatrex 11st 5lb Mr N. McParlan  9 Sugar Baron (IRE) (Blinkers) Nicky Henderson 11st 4lb Ms K. Walsh  10 Braqueur d'Or (FR) Paul Nicholls 11st 4lb Mr William Biddick  11 Squouateur (FR) (Tongue Strap) Gordon Elliott Ireland 11st 2lb Mr J. J. Codd  12 Very First Time Tim Easterby 11st 2lb Mr William Easterby (3)  13 The Young Master (Sheepskin C/P) Neil Mulholland 11st 2lb Mr Sam Waley-Cohen  14 Aubusson (FR) Nick Williams 11st 2lb Mr Chester Williams (3)  15 Marinero (IRE) D. M. Christie Ireland 11st 1lb Mr David Maxwell (3)  16 Heron Heights (IRE) (Tongue Strap) Henry de Bromhead Ireland 11st 1lb Mr Liam Quinlan (5)  17 Pressurize (IRE) Venetia Williams 11st 0lb Miss Lucy Turner (7)  18 Band of Blood (IRE) (Blinkers) Dr Richard Newland 11st 0lb Mr James King  19 Arctic Gold (IRE) Nigel Twiston-Davies 10st 13lb Miss Lilly Pinchin (7)  20 Captain Buck's (FR) (Tongue Strap Sheepskin C/P) Paul Nicholls 10st 8lb Mr Lorcan Williams (5)  21 Millanisi Boy (Sheepskin C/P) Kayley Woollacott 10st 7lb Mr Michael Legg  22 Racing Pulse (IRE) Turlough O'Connor Ireland 10st 0lb Mr Turlough O'Connor (7)  23 West Wizard (FR) (Tongue Strap) Sophie Leech 10st 0lb Miss Aine O'Connor (3)  Related articles  BetterNews.info  news website  The post Cheltenham 2018 results LIVE: Todays winners at the Cheltenham Festival appeared first on BetterNews.info - news website.
Cheltenham Festival 2018 Day 4: Robin Goodfellows racing tips -  By Sam Turner For The Daily Mail  Published: 18:50 EDT 15 March 2018 | Updated: 18:53 EDT 15 March 2018  Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for day four of the Cheltenham Festival as well as Friday's meetings at Fakenham Musselburgh Linhfield and Wolverhampton.  CHELTENHAM  ROBIN GOODFELLOW  1.30 Apples Shakira  2.10 Brelade  2.50 Poetic Rhythm (nap)  3.30 Road To Respect  4.10 Foxrock  4.50 Melrose Boy (nb)  5.30 Bouvreuil  GIMCRACK  1.30 Apples Shakira  2.10 Flying Tiger  2.50 Poetic Rhythm  3.30 Our Duke (nb)  4.10 Burning Ambition (nap)  4.50 Deal DEstruval  5.30 Rock The World  TRIUMPH HURDLE  1.30: GRADE ONE  2 MILES 1 FURLONG  Cheltenham patrons were treated to wonderful performances from two superb mares yesterday courtesy of wins for Shattered Love and Laurina and there is the prospect of further female talent on show in the opener.  Both APPLES SHAKIRA and Stormy Ireland have impressed this winter and preference is marginal for the former given she has loads of course experience.  Nicky Hendersons French recruit has only beaten a sum total of 13 rivals in three Prestbury Park victories this season but she has learned on the job and her last win at the expense of Look My Way will have taught her plenty as she needed to be shaken up to score.  She is not the bet of the season at the morning prices but her recent homework is said to be good and frontrunners Sussex Ranger and Stormy Ireland should ensure she has a good pace.  The latter was impressive on her debut at Fairyhouse winning by a huge margin after galloping her rivals into submission. She could prove the best of the runners from across the Irish Sea.  BEST BET: APPLES SHAKIRA 2-1  NEXT BEST: STORMY IRELAND 5-1  COUNTY HURDLE  2.10: GRADE THREE  2 MILES 1 FURLONG  Fancying BRELADE to win a race of this nature needs a little explaining but the decision to return him to the smaller obstacles and equip him with a tongue-tie may prove a masterstroke by his in-form handler.  Although yet to win over fences in five starts the son of Presenting has been trying to keep tabs on the likes of Footpad and Petite Mouchoir in his native country and he has been far from disgraced. He was only 10 lengths in arrears of Willoughby Court in last years Ballymore Novices Hurdle when the trip at that level looked beyond him. A strongly run two miles with plenty of give in the ground could be the ideal test and he is worth a modest bet.  Gordon Elliott and Willie Mullins have trained 13 winners between them so far so their runners will be under close scrutiny and Bleu Et Rouge may prove the pick of the Mullins quartet. After his performance in the Betfair Hurdle behind Kalashnikov his stock has risen given his conqueror went close in the Supreme Novices Hurdle  and he will relish the ground.  BEST BET: BRELADE 25-1  NEXT BEST: BLEU ET ROUGE 8-1  ALBERT BARTLETT HURDLE  2.50: GRADE ONE  3 MILES  In contrast to the two other novice hurdles at the Festival where speed and class can decide the result this event favours the more worldly wise and battle-hardened hurdlers.  Backing horses that had run in more than six hurdles and were in their second season over hurdles has been a useful pointer to previous winners so POETIC RHYTHM may be great value at his doublefigure price.  Freshened up since narrowly landing the Challow Hurdle in horrible ground at Christmas the seven-year-old fits the profile of a number of past winners  while this will be his seventh start at the track which could prove valuable course knowledge.  There is a case to suggest that Mulcahys Hill is overpriced given he was beaten a short head by the selection at Newbury but Chef Des Obeaux was impressive at Haydock last time when dismissing a reasonable field and he will relish this stamina test. He is a bit low on experience but looks a little like Bobs Worth in that he is a grinder rather than a quickener.  BEST BET: POETIC RHYTHM 10-1  NEXT BEST: CHEF DES OBEAUX 9-2  TIMICO GOLD CUP CHASE  3.30: GRADE ONE  3 MILES 2 FURLONGS MILES  READ SAM TURNER'S ANALYSIS AND HORSE BY HORSE GUIDE  FOXHUNTERS CHASE  4.10: 3 MILES 2 FURLONGS  A typicall y competitive renewal which has all the hallmarks of an Irish versus Paul Nicholls duel. Both Burning Ambition and FOXROCK warmed up for this race by going up against the highly useful Gilgamboa last time and although the former finished closer the selections experience of big fields means he narrowly gains the nod.  Burning Ambition has looked a very useful prospect to those that took a keen interest in Irish pointing and his effort over Christmas at Limerick did nothing to disprove that theory. If he can find an early rhythm at his fences he is a danger to all.  However he is a short price and Foxrock could be the bet. He was entitled to need his comeback at Thurles and connections are reportedly very happy with preparations. The Nicholls battalion include Wonderful Charm who was given too much to do in last years renewal yet flew into second. Of the Ditcheat quartet Unioniste would be very interesting if conditions deteriorated significantly while Sir Jack Yeats also makes some appeal given he handles soft ground well.  BEST BET: FOXROCK 7-1  NEXT BEST: SIR JACK YEATS 14-1  MARTIN PIPE CONDITIONAL JOCKEYS  4.50: HANDICAP  2 MILES 4 FURLONGS  Seven of the last eight runnings of this race have gone to either Willie Mullins Gordon Elliott or Paul Nicholls and the trio provide more than a third of the runners this year.  Given he enjoyed a great day on Thursday Elliotts quartet may hold sway with Sire Du Berlais a leading contender judged on his eye-catching performance at Fairyhouse. Useful in his native France he has clearly been tricky to train but his performance last month when staying on steadily to snatch second suggested the fire still burns brightly.  Carter McKay has a similar profile and although he didnt really excel in last years bumper he was an honourable third behind Getabird and Mengli Khan at Punchestown. He also made the frame in a Leopardstown Grade One last month.  He is very much shortlisted along with MELROSE BOY who could make a bold bid to wrestle the prize from the allconquering triumvirate. The selection was a late nonrunner at Sandown on Saturday but has already won at todays track with Kieron Edgar aboard and he too should find conditions to his liking.  BEST BET: MELROSE BOY 16-1  NEXT BEST: SIRE DU BERLAIS 8-1  GRAND ANNUAL HANDICAP CHASE  5.30: 2 MILES  FURLONG  Like a number of these who have been targeted at the festival finale for much of the season BOUVREUIL would prefer genuine spring ground. But he is an interesting contender back at this trip after a series of big efforts at this meeting. Trainer Paul Nicholls has seen a number of his handicappers run fine races and his seven-year-old again excelled 12 months ago to finish within seven lengths of Road To Respect who boasts a live chance in the Gold Cup.  Admittedly he doesnt always find what is expected off the bridle but two pipeopeners over extended trips have served to earn a little respite from the handicapper and the likelihood of a ferocious gallop should suit.  Eleven winners this century were winning a first handicap chase and North Hill Harvey could well make it 12 if he takes to the unique test this race represents. The first-time cheekpieces could sharpen up a horse who loves this venue and wisely side-stepped the Arkle. He has four wins from six starts and already has an affinity for the big-field handicaps.  BEST BET: BOUVREUIL 16-1  NEXT BEST: NORTH HILL HARVEY 8-1  PETER SCUDAMORE  EIGHT TIMES CHAMPION JOCKEY  PETER SCUDAMORE'S SELECTIONS  1.30 APPLES SHAKIRA 2-1  2.10FYLING TIGER 10-1  2.50..CHEF DES OBEAUX 9-2  3.30..KILLULTAGH VIC 8-1  4.10..SIR JACK YEATS 14-1  4.50.DEAL DESTRUVAL 10-1  5.30VANITEUX 10-1  APPLES SHAKIRA has impressed me in every one of her hurdle runs this season and I expect her to confirm my verdict that she is the best juvenile hurdler we have seen in the Triumph Hurdle.  The mount of Barry Geraghty is a sister to high-class Apples Jade who finished second to Ivanovich Gorbatov in the 2016 Triumph Hurdle.  All her three authoritative wins have come at Cheltenham including brushing as ide Nube Negra who was a very respectable third in Wednesdays Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle.  I like FLYING TIGER in the Vincent OBrien County Hurdle. He won the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle at the meeting last year and has run respectably all season.  He has the right profile for this race and I like the booking of top jockey Noel Fehily.  When my partner trainer Lucinda Russell won the 2012 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle with Brindisi Breeze he came to the Festival off the back of a win in the Grade Two Prestige Novices Hurdle. CHEF DES OBEAUX has followed the same route and it was eyecatching how relentlessly the Nicky Hendersontrained gelding galloped on that day in the sort of arduous conditions he will face again this afternoon.  I saw SIR JACK YEATS win at Kelso and he is a young horse who looks a decent each-way shout in the Foxhunters Chase for Newmarket trainer Richard Spencer.  DEAL DESTRUVAL is my pick for the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle while I am going for my jockey son Tom to finish the meeting with a winner on the David Pipe-trained VANITEUX in the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase. He looks to have had this contest as a longterm plan.  CAPTAIN HEATH (MARCUS TOWNEND)  EARLY DOORS has some pretty useful form in novice hurdles for trainer Joseph OBrien and steps into handicap company for the first time in the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle running off what looks a very fair mark.  FORMCAST (NIGEL TAYLOR)  Santini has won both his starts this season and following an impressive debut improved to beat Black Op at this course in January. That was top novice hurdles form and Santini has a good chance of remaining unbeaten.  CAPTAIN HEATH'S SELECTIONS  1.30 REDICEAN 4-1  2.10 IVAN GORBATOV 10-1  2.50 SANTINI 5-1  3.30 OUR DUKE 5-1  4.10 VIRAK 12-1  4.50 EARLY DOORS 12-1  5.30 NORTH HILL HARVEY 8-1  FORMCAST'S SELECTIONS  1.30 APPLES SHAKIRA 2-1  2.10 FLYING TIGER 10-1  2.50 SANTINI 5-1  3.30 MIGHT BITE 7-2  4.10 UNIONISTE 20-1  4.50 SIRE DU BERLAIS 8-1  5.30 DOLOS 14-1  BEAT THE FAVOURITE  Our football experts like to go against the grain with their tips. Here are their picks to trounce Wednesday's fancied runners  JAMIE REDKNAPP: 1.30 STORMY IRELAND  CHRIS SUTTON: 2.10 IVAN GORBATOV  GRAHAM POLL: 3.30 DEFINITLY RED  WINNERS ENCLOSURE  BEST BETS BEST ODDS WITH LADBROKES' NICOLA McGEADY  Thursday is known to be the trickiest day for punters and with Un De Sceaux and Sam Spinner getting turned over the trend continued yesterday.  Despite that Ladbrokes estimate that todays Gold Cup will spark a 20million betting bonanza in the UK and Ireland. Apart from the Grand National the Gold Cup is the biggest betting race of the entire year.  Nicky Hendersons Apples Shakira is the favourite for the Triumph Hurdle and although she is unbeaten in four starts she hasnt truly been tested. I think her male rivals are going to really challenge.  Redicean has been popular since his flawless performance at Kempton a few weeks ago. However the Irish challenge in this race looks too good to ignore. Farclas is our favourite of the Irish challengers. He came  Punters will pile money on these hot picks  APPLE'S SHAKIRA MIGHT BITE BURNING AMBITION  to Gordon Elliotts yard from the flat and looked good on his debut in graded company at Leopardstown over Christmas. He came second to Mr Adjudicator last time out but I am expecting him to improve again. In the County Hurdle there was plenty of ante-post interest for former Triumph Hurdle winner Ivanovich Gorbatov.  He was one of the big gambles at the festival last year before coming sixth. He was only beaten by three lengths though and we fancy him for another big festival run.  The Gold Cup is the pinnacle of the week the biggest betting race over four days. It looks a very strong contest and a case can be made for many. However we are keen to take on ante-post favourite Might Bite. The King George form isnt that great and Im not convinced that he is 100 per cent at home on the course. I also think its unlikely he will get an easy lead.  Native River is now joint favourite. He was very impressive in the Denman Chase and is a proper stayer. We know he will handle the conditions. He came third last year and if he runs the same sort of race as he did then he will be a player.   but keep an eye on these outsiders  FARCLAS IVANOVICH GORBATOV  However I think Jessica Harrington could land back-to-back wins. Our Duke has everything you can want in a Gold Cup and if he can avoid a major jumping error I think hes the one to beat. He came back into the frame after winning at Gowran Park and with Robbie Power in the saddle he will be a real danger. Burning Ambition looks like a strong favourite in the Foxhunter Chase.  He was beaten by Gilgamboa last time out but it was still a good run and with Jamie Codd on board we fancy him. Gordon Elliott loves the Martin Pipe and JP McManus loves a Cheltenham plot. Here they have fancied Sire Du Berlais who we will be sure to keep on side.  HOTSPOTS  Work whisper: Poetic Rhythm (Cheltenham 2.50)  Weighting game: Coopers Friend (Musselburgh 1.10)  Down 23lb from last winning mark.  Burnt fingers: Changing The Guard (Fakenham 2.00)  Captain Heath trio  Early Doors (nap) (Cheltenham 4.50)  Our Duke (nb) (Cheltenham 3.30)  Virak (Cheltenham 4.10)  Formcast special bet  SANTINI (Cheltenham 2.50)  FAKENHAM  ROBIN GOODFELLOW  2.00 Ascendant  2.40 Twenty Eight Guns  3.20 Wisecracker  3.55 Smart Talk  4.35 Bordeaux Bill  5.10 Wood Pigeon  GIMCRACK  2.00 Saucysioux  2.40 After Aspen  3.20 Weebill  3.55 Canyon City  4.35 Minella On Line  5.10 Wood Pigeon  MUSSELBURGH  ROBIN GOODFELLOW  11.30 Nendrum  12.05 The Steward  12.40 Middlebrow  1.10 Chain Of Beacons  1.50 Buckled  2.30 Attention Please  3.10 Colby  GIMCRACK  11.30 Nendrum  12.05 Bedrock  12.40 Middlebrow  1.10 Nefyn Bay  1.50 Uptown Funk  2.30 Misfits  3.10 Leostar  LINGFIELD  ROBIN GOODFELLOW  1.00 Rocksette  1.40 Exchequer  2.20 Yabass  3.00 Island Brave  3.40 Crown Walk  4.20 Regina Nostra  5.00 Cloud Eight  GIMCRACK  1.00 Sonnet Rose  1.40 Al Khan  2.20 Night Story  3.00 Regicide  3.40 Crown Walk  4.20 Regina Nostra  5.00 Dolly Mixture  WOLVERHAMPTON  ROBIN GOODFELLOW  5.45 Street Poet  6.15 Carpet Time  6.45 Highly Focussed  7.15 Clergyman  7.45 Rock On Baileys  8.15 Beatbybeatbybeat  8.45 Champagne Pink  GIMCRACK  5.45 Cat Royale  6.15 Dream For Life  6.45 Highly Focussed  7.15 Ad Vitam  7.45 Rock On Baileys  8.15 Met By Moonlight  8.45 La Sioux  Read more:  BetterNews.info  news website  The post Cheltenham Festival 2018 Day 4: Robin Goodfellows racing tips appeared first on BetterNews.info - news website.
Robin Goodfellows racing tips: Best bets for Saturday March 17 -  By Sam Turner For The Daily Mail  Published: 18:30 EDT 16 March 2018 | Updated: 18:30 EDT 16 March 2018  We should always drink and gamble responsibly but there are good reasons this afternoon to Get On The Yager (Uttoxeter nap 3.35).  The Midlands Grand National is a perfect antidote to a post-Cheltenham hangover after a week of big fields at the Festival and Get On The Yager holds compelling credentials especially with the way trainer Dan Skelton has shrewdly managed his campaign.  It is fair to say the eight-year-old has been a slow learner over fences but he is certainly getting his act together now and it is worth recalling this is a horse that beat the talented Willoughby Court over hurdles as a youngster.  Get On The Yager has the credentials to win the Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter Saturday  Personally I would not read too much into his reverse at Southwell last time out as the trip was nowhere near far enough for a horse with deep reserves of stamina and he was beaten by a talented mare in Two Swallows.  Get On The Yagers previous effort in the prestigious Rowland Meyrick Handicap at Wetherby over Christmas showcased his talents nicely as the sight of him grinding his way to the front suggested a horse that loves a battle.  Encouragingly runner-up Wakanda won Doncasters valuable Sky Bet Handicap next time out while fourth-home Actinpieces captured a Ludlow event in style on her next start.  Trainer Dan Skelton has managed Yager's campaign well and will be a little fresher than most  The form is clearly worth following and was further endorsed when Baywing lifted the Eider Chase at Newcastle with a degree of comfort and even Dedigout and Shantou Flyer who were both pulled up at Wetherby have been narrowly beaten since with the latter touched off in a hot Cheltenham handicap on Tuesday.  Get On The Yager arrives at Uttoxeter a little fresher than most and Skelton has already established a reputation for being a superb trainer to target races and who has a plan for the majority of his horses.  Hopefully backers of the selection will be raising a glass to the Alcester maestro tonight.  The decision to swerve the Midlands National with BIG RIVER (Uttoxeter nb 2.25) may bear fruit in the novices handicap chase as trainer Lucinda Russell looks to secure another nice staying prize.  Big Rivers Kelso victory took a handsome boost when runner-up Shantou Flyer ran so well in a Cheltenham handicap this week and the eight-year-old will relish the conditions.  Get On The Yager won at Kempton Park in February and Skelton will be looking for the same  UTTOXETER  Robin Goodfellow  1.50 Sahara Haze  2.25 Big River (nb)  3.00 Clyne  3.35 Get On The Yager (nap)  4.10 I Just Know  4.45 Iskabeg Lane  5.20 Whiskey In The Jar  5.55 Lechlade Magician  Gimrack  1.50 Mozo  2.25 Big River  3.00 Fleminport  3.35 West Of The Edge  4.10 Coningsby  4.45 Present Flight  5.20 Whiskey In The Jar (nap)  5.55 Smiths Cross  KEMPTON  Robin Goodfellow  1.30 Grapevine  2.05 Kayf Blanco  2.40 Azzerti  3.15 Cobra De Mai  3.50 Chosen Path  4.25 Russborough  5.00 Rhythm Is A Dancer  Gimrack  1.30 Grapevine  2.05 Copain De Classe  2.40 Just A Sting  3.15 Kilcrea Vale  3.50 Champagne Champ  4.25 Allee Bleue  5.00 Starjac  FONTWELL  Robin Goodfellow  1.40 Big Robin  2.15 Bredon Hill Lad  2.50 Banjo Girl  3.25 King Uther  4.00 Matrows Lady  4.35 Guards Chapel  5.10 Fizzlestix  Gimrack  1.40 Big Robin  2.15 Bredon Hill Lad  2.50 Naranja  3.25 King Uther  4.00 What Larks  4.35 Guards Chapel  5.10 Fizzlestix  WOLVERHAMPTON  Robin Goodfellow  5.45 Krebs Cycle  6.15 Yensir  6.45 Rockn Gold  7.15 Breathless Times  7.45 Rose Berry  8.15 Satchville Flyer  8.45 Multiviz  Gimrack  5.45 Abe Lincoln (nb)  6.15 Theglasgowwarrior  6.45 Volturnus  7.15 Breathless Times  7.45 Made Of Honour  8.15 Satchville Flyer  8.45 Living Leader  BetterNews.info  news website  The post Robin Goodfellows racing tips: Best bets for Saturday March 17 appeared first on BetterNews.info - news website.
RFUs war on touts will shame culprits as they launch crack down -  The RFU plan to name and shame those who breach their ticketing conditions  Tony Pulis cancelled his promotion-chasing Middlesbrough's Cheltenham trip  LOVE SPORT Radio plan to use Jamie Carragher's spitting incident in an advert  Everton chief executive Robert Elstone is leaving to become Super League CEO  By Charles Sale for the Daily Mail  Published: 18:33 EDT 14 March 2018 | Updated: 18:33 EDT 14 March 2018  The RFU who will have another full house at Twickenham on Saturday for Englands Six Nations game against Ireland plan to name and shame those who breach ticketing conditions.  The strategy is seen as an effective way to crack down on the touts at a time when the RFU have a new 66million hospitality facility to launch and with at least half Twickenhams Six Nations tickets having to be sold through clubs.  The intention is to list the culprits no matter who they are. Ironically England stand-in captain Owen Farrell was unwittingly caught up in such an issue in 2014. He left a 70 ticket for a friend to collect and it was sold on without his knowledge to Viagogo for 440. An RFU investigation absolved Farrell of any blame.  The RFU plan to name and shame those who breach ticketing conditions in a crack down  In 2009 James Haskell lost his allocation for three matches after some ended up with touts.  The RFU said: We want tickets to go to fans who want to come to Twickenham and not be traded as commodities.  Meanwhile touts who once lined the approach to Cheltenham racecourse have disappeared this year thanks to the joint initiative with the local council to introduce spot fines of 80 for those buying or selling on tickets.  Owen Farrell was caught up in a touting issue in 2014 but the RFU absolved him of any blame  Professional footballers have a long history of behaving badly at Cheltenham. So hardline manager Tony Pulis (was taking no risks that his promotion-chasing Middlesbrough side might lose focus at the Festival.  Boro who have won four of their past five games to jump to sixth in the table were pulled out of a team trip to Cheltenham at the last minute.  Tony Pulis pulled promotion-chasing Middlesbrough team out of trip to Cheltenham this week  Welsh rugby unions coaching double act of Warren Gatland and Shaun Edwards are relaxed enough even during the final week of the Six Nations to spend a day at Cheltenham on Wednesday as guests of the Jockey Club. One cannot imagine England coach Eddie Jones even contemplating such a trip with a match on Saturday.  Meanwhile Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward group managing director Richard Arnold and chief financial officer Cliff Baty sought solace after being dumped out of the Champions League by Sevilla with a pint of Guinness in Cheltenhams Jockey Club suite.  Wales coaches Warren Gatland (pictured) and Shaun Edwards spent the day at Cheltenham  Ruby Walsh who fractured his right leg at Cheltenham on Wednesday the same leg he broke last November at Punchestown had made a huge effort to be riding at the Festival after the first injury. Insiders say he was riding out through the pain for trainer Willie Mullins last week.  Ruby Walsh will miss the rest of Cheltenham Festival after 'aggravating his recent broken leg'  Will Sky see the joke?  Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzies new radio venture  after founding and selling talkSPORT  is LOVE SPORT Radio due to launch on Monday. The station has taken perimeter advertising for Saturdays Fulham v QPR Championship game with the line More gobby than Carragher. Whether Sky cameras linger on the ad remains to be seen.  LOVE SPORT Radio will use Jamie Carragher's spitting incident in ad campaign on Saturday  The audience decline in the Cheltenham preview TV programme continues with a new average low of 91000 for the first morning of the Festival. The fact that ITV schedule the show on ITV4 even during Festival week does not help.  The paltry viewing figures compared poorly with the bumper crowd of 66000 at the racecourse.  There has been considerable concern expressed from all quarters at Cheltenham about the poor health of former Channel 4 betting guru John McCririck. At 77 and still one of the best-known figures in racing he braved the Festival despite not being at all well.  It is unsurprising that Everton chief executive Robert Elstone is leaving to become CEO of rugby leagues Super League. Elstone showed his true colours in October when he missed an Everton match to cheer on his beloved Castleford in their Super League showdown match against St Helens.  Everton chief executive Robert Elstone is leaving to become CEO of Super League  BetterNews.info  news website  The post RFUs war on touts will shame culprits as they launch crack down appeared first on BetterNews.info - news website.