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2:50 Ultima Handicap Chase
THE CONDITIONAL 15/2 Paddy Power, Betway, Sky Bet, Betfair – 0.5 POINTS E/W (6 places, 1/5 odds)
FRODON has just been amazing this season and has improved so much. He is now the complete horse who just keeps turning up and doing the business. He was a winner of the Old Roan Chase on his first start of the season and was then a very good 2nd in the Bet Victor Gold Cup carrying top weight. He then won the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup off a rating of 164 and was just sublime that day. His last start was again at Cheltenham just over a month ago in the Cotswold Chase over 3m 1 1/2 furlongs and was as game as they come from the front. His jumping is simply amazing and Bryony Frost gets the best out of the horse, the partnership is unreal. He will go from the front and now they no he stays 3 miles, I am sure he will go at some pace. He will makes others make mistakes and we know he loves Cheltenham and the hill. For a horse who has done nothing wrong this season and is trained by Paul Nicholls who horses are running well, the 15/2 on offer is a massive price.E/W.
2:50 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle
BLEU BERRY 28/1 generally – 0.5 POINTS E/W
Next up is BLEU BERRY who will be ridden by Paul Townend another master in these handicaps. You only have to go back to his ride last year on Arctic Fire to see how good he is at decision making and then in 2015 when Wicklow Brave won the County Hurdle. Two fantastic rides I am sure the horses may have lost the race had other jockeys been on board. BLEU BERRY ran up three consecutive wins last year including a Grade 2 at Fairyhouse. He was then sent to the Grade 1 Champion Novice Hurdle at the Punchestown Festival finishing 5th the likes of Bacardys, Finians Oscar, Death Duty and Let’s Dance. That is four high class horses so Willie Mullins obviously thinks this horse is talented. I think he could turn out to be better than his handicap mark of 142 and he has only been seen once this season when finishing down the field in a handicap at Leopardstown when travelling well before blowing up. He needed that run and now the cobwebs will be blown off, I expect a big run. Willie Mullins is a master at getting horses spot on for one race and again I think this has been the plan for sometime. Massive value at the prices. E/W.
**Paul Townend was injured just before this race, with Mark Walsh taking over the ride**
2020 Festival results
Two winning write ups from the past two years from the Cheltenham Festival
11th March 2020
5:30 Champion Bumper
FERNY HOLLOW 12/1 generally – 0.5 POINTS E/W
Appreciate It is a red hot favourite following his last 2 wins. To be fair he has looked impressive but Patrick Mullins, although a decent jockey, is not as good as some of these professional jockeys. I was not impressed by how far he set off the pace with Carefully Selected and has shown me he lacks concentration at crucial times.
The same could be said about Paul Townend after his ride on Benie but in fairness, he probably wasn’t expecting Robbie Power to come off rail, who if he stayed on the rail with Stormy Ireland, we could possibly be saying it was bold move and great ride. Those are the fine margins so I will give him another chance on FERNY HOLLOW who was purchased for £300k by Cheveley Park Stud, following a 15 length win in a point to point. Envoi Allen won this for the same owners last year and they have another great chance this season. They are going to go a good clip in this race and it will help FERNY HOLLOW settle. The horse disappointed on his first two starts but was a different horse for the hood which was fitted last time out, when he won on the bridle by 4 lengths. I think this horse has much more improvement to come and under a Paul Townend ride he can give the favourite something to think about. E/W.
12th March 2019
2:50 Ultima Handicap Chase
BEWARE THE BEAR 16/1 with Paddy Power and Betway – 0.5 PTS E/W (6 places, 1/5 odds)
BEWARE THE BEAR was a fast finishing 4th in this race last year and seems to do all his best work at the end of races. He went for a breathing operation in August and has had two runs this season. His first start of the season was in the Hennessy Gold Cup where again he was a fast finishing 4th of 12. It was a decent run but was much the same as what we have seen in the past. He then came to Cheltenham on New Years Day and looked a different horse, fitted with first time blinkers. They worked the oracle and he went from the front that day, jumped amazingly to score by 5 lengths. I was taken with the performance and more so the jumping as that was something he had struggled with in the past. The blinkers are back on and I imagine they will apply the same front running style as it seemed to work last time. He has not run since and I imagine Nicky Henderson has been saving his handicap mark at 151 which is only 1lb higher than last year, and he seems a better horse this time around. The ground will be fine as he has decent form on soft/heavy in the past and Jeremiah McGrath takes the ride and he knows the horse really well. I am expecting a huge run and I am confident he can better his 4th place last year at the very least. E/W.
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