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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    Below, are the Racing Post links to the Declarations for the Final Day, of the Cheltenham Festival Competition., which features the Midlands Grand National, a Race which traditionally brings down the curtain, on the Cheltenham Festival. Select 1 Horse in each Race, apart from the 3.35 Uttoxeter (The Midlands Grand National),where you will be allocated 2 picks. Your Selections for the Final Day of the Cheltenham Festival Competition, MUST be posted on this Thread by NOON Tomorrow.

    **Could I please draw your attention. to the last couple of paragraphs, of this Post."

    Please Copy/Paste your Selections into the Boxes, provided below.

    Thank you.

    CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL COMPETITION

    Sat. 20th March

    UTTOXETER image.png.811b27fdf7a58a0edd1098217ec1e8c0.png

    1:50 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    1.50: - Selection -

    2:25 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.25: - Selection -

    3:00 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.00: - Selection -

    3:35 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.35: - Selection 1. -          2. -

    KEMPTON image.png.020d3c844001a553eef8fdfffd0ab363.png

    2:05 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.05: - Selection -

    2:40 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.40: - Selection -

    3:15 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.15: - Selection -

    NB ** - When posting up your Selections, could you please indicate which of the following Scoring Systems, you prefer.**

    A - £1 Each Way "Virtual" Stakes. or

    B- Sliding scale of Points, based on a Winner's Starting Price Odds,

    The next Horse Racing Competition I will "host" will be for the Grand National Festival, scheduled to be run at Aintree, between Thursday 8th and Saturday 10th April.

    Many thanks.

    Hope you all enjoy the Final Day, of the Cheltenham Festival.

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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    It was disgusting to see such disrespect for the very animals that give Gordon  Elliot a very nice standard of living. The majority involved in the industry love these animals that risk their lives da

    Thinking of you and your family this coming Wednesday, Tom. Wishing you peace and tranquility over the coming days. Regards BB

    I will now post up a detailed, Racing Post National Hunt type analysis, of the Result of the Cheltenham Festival Competition, dedicated to the memory of ANTONYBR7. 1st - BRISTLE BOY - In 5th

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    Afternoon all,

    Hope I find yourselves and your Families, are well.

    I hope you all enjoy, what looks to be another tremendous Afternoon of National Hunt Racing.

    I will now post up the Result of the 1.20 Cheltenham, and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3/1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     1.20: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Quilixios -                   2/1.      (4 Points).

    2. - Adagio -                     10/1.  (Not Selected).

    3. - Haut En Couleurs - 20/1.   (  "           "       ).

    Regards,

    Tom. 👍 🏇  

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  • Location: Stoke Gifford, Bristol
  • Location: Stoke Gifford, Bristol
    18 hours ago, Bristle boy said:

    Yep. 5 winners and a long priced each way from Tuesday. I like the look of Petit Mouchoir as an e/w bet  in the 1.55, currently 33/1.

    Hmm.....so close. Also had Milkwood e/w👍

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 1.55 Cheltenham, and the value of Points on offer.

    Today's Special Bonus Race, will be the ultra competitive County Handicap Handicap, at 1.55. Select the Winner and you will receive "Double the Points".

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3/1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     1.55: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Belfast Banter -       33/1. (Not Selected).

    2. - Petit Mouchoir -      22/1.     (5 Points).

    3. - Milkwood -                28/1. (Not Selected).

    4. - Eclair De Beufeu -   11/1.     (3 Points).

    5. - Edwardstone -         18/1. (Not Selected).

    6. - Third Time Lucki -    8/1.       (1 Point).

    Regards,

    Tom. 👍 🏇

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 2.30 Cheltenham, and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3/1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     2.30: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Vannilier -                14/1.        (Not Selected).

    2. - Oscar Elite -             40/1.         (  "           "       ). 

    3. - Streets Of Doyen - 10/1.         (  "           "       ).

    4. - Stattler -                     7/2Fav.        (1 Point).

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 3.05 Cheltenham (The Cheltenham Gold Cup), and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3 /1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     3.05: - CHELTENHAM GOLD CUPimage.png.30b04b22bfa34225ba072c5f475ebef8.png 

    1. - Minella Indo -                  9/1. (6 Points).

    2. - A Plus Tard -              100/30. (2      "     ).

    3. - Al Boum Photo -       9/4Fav.  (1 Point). 

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 3.40 Cheltenham and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3 /1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     3.40: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Porlock Bay -      16/1.   (Not Selected).

    2. - Billaway -              2/1Fav. (3 Points).

    3. - Staker Wallace -  9/1.        (2     "     ).

    4. - Latenightpass - 12/1.         (1 Point).

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
  • Weather Preferences: Atlantic Storms, Thunder & Lightning, Snow.
  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl

    Galopin de Champs replaces my 2nd choice non runner in last 

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 4.15 Cheltenham and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) = 3 Points.

    11/10 to 3 /1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) = 5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) = 6       "

    12/1 and over                    = 8      " 

     4.15: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Colreevy -                9/4.        (4 Points).

    2. - Elimay -                    6/5Fav.  (2     "     ).

    3. - Shattered Love -    6/1.         (1 Point).

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.

    I will now post up the Result of the 4.50 Cheltenham and the value of Points on offer.

    WINNERS POINTS VALUE

    1/4 to Evens  (inclusive) =  3 Points.

    11/10 to 3 /1   (       "        ) = 4      "

    100/30 to 6/1 (       "        ) =  5      "

    13/2 to  10/1  (       "        ) =  6       "

    12/1 and over                    =  8      " 

     4.50: - CHELTENHAM

    1. - Galopin Des Champs -  8/1.     (6 Points)

    2. - Langer Dan -                  13/2.     (5      "    ).

    3. -  Floneur -                        33/1. (Not Selected).

    4. - Whatsupwithyou -       33/1. (   "          "       ).

    5. - Dallas Des Pictons -     66/1. (   "          "       ).

    6. - Leoncavallo -                 28/1.      (1 Point).

    I will agree Today's Points gained and the overall Standings, with Callum, before posting them up.

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇

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  • Location: NW LONDON
  • Weather Preferences: Sun, sleet, Snow
  • Location: NW LONDON
    11 hours ago, Snowycat said:

    As a life long lover of all things horses, could I ask when placing your bets you please spare a thought and a prayer for these beautiful creatures who get maimed every year in pursuit of sport.  They are majestic animals.

     

     
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    and i hope those that work in the industry love them like part of the family and not just see them as money making machines

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  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
  • Weather Preferences: Cold snowy and frosty
  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
    8 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

    and i hope those that work in the industry love them like part of the family and not just see them as money making machines

    Sadly @lassie23 I’m not sure they do.  I rode out from some stables in deepest Shropshire for a while.  Real hunting folk 😡😡 and it is not only the fox that comes off badly with these muppets, their horses often sustain bad injuries out hunting.  The owner of the riding stables had many contacts within the racing industry as well and often had ex race horses bought onto the yard.  Ex race horses can be very difficult and almost need retraining to render them “useful” outside the racing industry.  They know two speeds - stop and go - it makes them very tricky and sometimes very dangerous to ride “normally” - need to treat them carefully until they have adapted.  I helped a friend who was given an ex racehorse to ride.  She was a chestnut mare called Posy Hill who raced at Aintree - lovely natured mare but she could switch into top gear and frighten you to death at times especially when riding around lanes on her own.  Her legs were a absolutely shot to pieces as well.    I think it is ex-footballer Michael Owen’s wife who does a lot of work rehabilitating ex-racehorses. 

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  • Location: Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland 20m ASL
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  • Location: Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland 20m ASL

    CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL COMPETITION

    Sat. 20th March

    UTTOXETER 

    1:50 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    1.50: - Selection -theme tune

    2:25 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.25: - Selection -St Barts

    3:00 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.00: - Selection -rockadenn

    3:35 Uttoxeter | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.35: - Selection 1. -  truckers lodge        2. -Doing Fine

    KEMPTON 

    2:05 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.05: - Selection -  Eskendash

    2:40 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    2.40: - Selection -Lord accord

    3:15 Kempton | Standard Racecard | 20 March 2021 | Racing Post

    3.15: - Selection - My way

    I enjoy both methods for scoring. It has been a nice change and maybe it is a bit easier for you Tom with points scoring?

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  • Location: NW LONDON
  • Weather Preferences: Sun, sleet, Snow
  • Location: NW LONDON
    3 minutes ago, Snowycat said:

    Sadly @lassie23 I’m not sure they do.  I rode out from some stables in deepest Shropshire for a while.  Real hunting folk 😡😡 and it is not only the fox that comes off badly with these muppets, their horses often sustain bad injuries out hunting.  The owner of the riding stables had many contacts within the racing industry as well and often had ex race horses bought onto the yard.  Ex race horses can be very difficult and almost need retraining to render them “useful” outside the racing industry.  They know two speeds - stop and go - it makes them very tricky and sometimes very dangerous to ride “normally” - need to treat them carefully until they have adapted.  I helped a friend who was given an ex racehorse to ride.  She was a chestnut mare called Posy Hill who raced at Aintree - lovely natured mare but she could switch into top gear and frighten you to death at times especially when riding around lanes on her own.  Her legs were a absolutely shot to pieces as well.    I think it is ex-footballer Michael Owen’s wife who does a lot of work rehabilitating ex-racehorses. 

    Michael Owen owns race horses I think. It is a great shame that they are treated like that snowy and the sitting on a dead horse was disgusting. I don't know if you saw that incident?

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  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
  • Weather Preferences: Cold snowy and frosty
  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
    Just now, lassie23 said:

    Michael Owen owns race horses I think. It is a great shame that they are treated like that snowy and the sitting on a dead horse was disgusting. I don't know if you saw that incident?

    No, I won’t watch racing as I feel its cruel - flat racing is not so bad I guess.  I had my horse for 20 years and never knowingly put him in any situation where he could have been hurt.  Yes, Owen does but his wife does try to put the damage right after their racing career. 
     

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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
  • Weather Preferences: Thunder, snow, heat, sunshine...
  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
    7 minutes ago, Snowycat said:

    No, I won’t watch racing as I feel its cruel - flat racing is not so bad I guess.  I had my horse for 20 years and never knowingly put him in any situation where he could have been hurt.  Yes, Owen does but his wife does try to put the damage right after their racing career. 
     

     
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    Louise Bonsall is not a great clubber, nor is she infamous for boob jobs, shopathons or competitive cosmetic surgery. Here, in her first ever interview, Michael Owen's wife...

     

    I may well be being an ignoramus here, SC -- it wouldn't be the first time! -- but, why are racehorses put-down, to 'put them out of their misery' rather than being given a shot of morphine and their bones reset? Is it, as I have always assumed, simply because they'll nae continue to 'turn a profit'...Or are broken legs invariably fatal to horses?🤔

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  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
  • Weather Preferences: Cold snowy and frosty
  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton

    @General Cluster It is very difficult to repair a horses leg following a fracture but I must admit I don’t know how much veterinary science has improved in that field.   They can sometimes set them but its a very hard long road to recovery and most will never work again and certainly racehorse trainers and owners simply wouldn’t have the patience - their mantra would be a horse needs to earn its keep, if it can’t it will have to go.  Posy Hill I mentioned broke her hind leg after being kicked in the field 😥.  The fracture wasn’t a horrifically bad one so the vet and my friend decided to try and give her a chance and get the leg to heal as she only pottered around at that point, didn’t do any hard work.  They had her in a separate paddock to the others to keep her quiet and safe but some pillock let his dog of the lead in the field.  The dog chased Posy and her leg gave way big time and at the point she had to be euthanised - very sad ending.

     

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  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
  • Weather Preferences: Atlantic Storms, Thunder & Lightning, Snow.
  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
    30 minutes ago, General Cluster said:

    I may well be being an ignoramus here, SC -- it wouldn't be the first time! -- but, why are racehorses put-down, to 'put them out of their misery' rather than being given a shot of morphine and their bones reset? Is it, as I have always assumed, simply because they'll nae continue to 'turn a profit'...Or are broken legs invariably fatal to horses?🤔

    Equine veterinary has come a long way, most breaks or fractures are now pinned and horses stay at equine hospital. 

    I know someone who retrains ex racehorses and one has just recovered from a fracture. 

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  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
  • Weather Preferences: Atlantic Storms, Thunder & Lightning, Snow.
  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl

    I must just say that all the owners, trainers and especially the stable staff I know about do care very much for their horses and their welfare. 

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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
  • Weather Preferences: Thunder, snow, heat, sunshine...
  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
    1 minute ago, Dreckly said:

    Equine veterinary has come a long way, most breaks or fractures are now pinned and horses stay at equine hospital. 

    I know someone who retrains ex racehorses and one has just recovered from a fracture. 

    Thanks for that, Dreckly, it's made me feel a lot happier; I really do hate seeing defenceless animals being mistreated!

    When I was about 17, some bunch of scrotes tied a banger to a wee kitten's stomach, with predictable results... And that single act of utter cruelty has bugged me ever since!😭

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  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
  • Weather Preferences: Cold snowy and frosty
  • Location: Penn, Wolverhampton
    3 minutes ago, General Cluster said:

    Thanks for that, Dreckly, it's made me feel a lot happier; I really do hate seeing defenceless animals being mistreated!

    When I was about 17, some bunch of scrotes tied a banger to a wee kitten's stomach, with predictable results... And that single act of utter cruelty has bugged me ever since!😭

    I sincerely hope their nether regions withered and dropped off or they had a much worse fate to cope with.   I too cannot stand to see any animal mistreated.  

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  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
  • Weather Preferences: Atlantic Storms, Thunder & Lightning, Snow.
  • Location: North Cornwall 187ft asl
    3 minutes ago, General Cluster said:

    Thanks for that, Dreckly, it's made me feel a lot happier; I really do hate seeing defenceless animals being mistreated!

    When I was about 17, some bunch of scrotes tied a banger to a wee kitten's stomach, with predictable results... And that single act of utter cruelty has bugged me ever since!😭

    I don't know how someone could do that to another living soul

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  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
  • Weather Preferences: Thunder, snow, heat, sunshine...
  • Location: Beccles, Suffolk.
    1 minute ago, Snowycat said:

    I sincerely hope their nether regions withered and dropped off or they had a much worse fate to cope with.   I too cannot stand to see any animal mistreated.  

    Nah, they probably got away with a 'slapped wrist'... Well, after all, breaking lad's leg, in the school playground, was only worth 100 lines!💩

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  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
  • Weather Preferences: Snowy, wintry weather
  • Location: Lee, London. SE12, 41 mts. 134.5 ft asl.
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    Evening all,

    Hope I find yourselves and your Families are well, and that you enjoyed an exciting Cheltenham Gold Cup,

    CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL COMPETITION

    ANTONYBR7

    Sat. 20th March

    UTTOXETER image.png.dd6f9dd50fb9ac8940624ccfe6d75b6a.png

    1.50: -  Steal A March.

    2.25: -  Shanty Alley.

    3.00: - Rockadenn.

    3.35: - 1. - Highland Hunter. 2. - Time To Get Up.

    KEMPTON image.png.c691ae553cf38dd5a9a34293d81058c3.png

    2.05: - Fairway Freddy.

    2.40: - Switch Hitter.

    3.15: - My Way.

    CASSIE/SE12

    Sat. 20th March

    UTTOXETERimage.png.b671496cec2f03479d1161b1044f71c1.png 

    1.50: - Saint Dalina.

    2.25: - Young Wolf.

    3.00: - Nickolson.

    3.35: - 1. - Captain Drake. 2. - Coo Star Sivola.

    KEMPTONimage.png.8c8807a57b2247c606a1a631271512fd.png 

    2.05: - Peterborough.

    2.40: - Vive Le Roi.

    3.15: - Smarty Wolf.

    TOMSE12

    Sat. 20th March

    UTTOXETERimage.png.8beaa5f24a1b32a9bbad39f0858eb01f.png 

    1.50: - Milvale.

    2.25: - Acey Milan.

    3.00: - Gustavian.

    3.35: -  1. - Achille. 2. - The Two Amigos.

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    2.05: - Doukorov.

    2.40: - Vorashann.

    3.15: - My Way.

    I'll leave you Tonight with a Youtube clip of the Blue Riband event, of the Meeting, the Cheltenham Gold Cup: 

    It resulted in a 1-2 for Trainer, Henry De Bromhead.

    It was probably the only decision star turn of the Week, Rachael Blackmore got wrong, to choose to ride A Plus Tard, instead of Stable Companion, MINELLA INDO, who she regularly partners.

    Callum, has got back to me and thankfully we agree Today's Returns, and the overall Standings.

    I will post these up, Tomorrow Morning.

    The Cheltenham Festival Competition, will end with Tomorrow's Live Racing, from Uttoxeter and Kempton.

    Regards,

    Tom.  👍 🏇 

    Edited by TomSE12
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