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Part one of our 2017 Cheltenham Festival Tips & Previews ft Racing Blogger

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What a race! Racing over three miles for the first time, Sizing John finishes strongest under Robbie Power to beat Empire Of Dirt and Don Poli at Leopardstown and land the Grade 1 Irish Gold Cup for trainer

We speak to the former champion in a full and frank interview at Doncaster

Witness the superstar chaser make it 12 from 12 in Ireland under the guidance of trainer Willie Mullins

Vroom Vroom Mag – Doncaster Mares Hurdle 2017

Part two of our 2017 Cheltenham Festival Tips & Previews ft Racing Blogger

The superstar chaser makes it 13 wins from 13 starts in the UK and Ireland with a flawless jumping performance in the Grade 2 BoyleSports Tied Cottage Chase at Punchestown. Willie Mullins’ superstar will look to bid for a third Cheltenham Festival victory in March, this time in the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase.

They’re back! Our top team return with a weekly ante-post look at the big races at Cheltenham – first up is the Champion Hurdle.

Will former winners Annie Power or Faugheen line up? Is there a big-priced runner that could spring a surprise?

Mark Storey is joined by Tom Segal, Ed Quigley and Paddy Power’s Frank Hickey to discuss.
Who do you think will win?

Cue Card Wins The Ascot Chase 2017

Ed Quigley is joined by Stuart Riley, Tom Segal and Paddy Power’s Rob Catterson to preview the Supreme and the Neptune.

The Timico Gold Cup is the Blue Riband of the Cheltenham Festival and our panel of experts have taken a look at the movers and shakers. Mark Storey is joined by Lewis Porteous, Tom Segal and Paddy Power’s Frank Hickey to discuss whether anything can stop Thistlecrack.

Nicky Henderson – the most successful ever Cheltenham Festival trainer – runs through his team of hurdlers on course for this year’s meeting.

Bruce Millington is joined by Tom Segal of Pricewise, Cheltenham ante-post specialist Ed Quigley and Frank Hickey of Paddy Power to discuss the Sun Bets Stayers Hurdle

Follower asks what to expect at the Cheltenham Festival and how to go about trading it. I answer here in this Q & A!

This video was made before the 2016 Festival but lots of great advice for trading any major meeting here

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Tom Segal is among the panellists seeking out the value in the Ryanair

Another blast from the past (2013) but one which still has a few nuggets of information for the upcoming festival as Richard Mawer then of tradingforprofits.co.uk discusses how to trade major race meetings……

I thought I would put together a quick video to explain why I feel that major race meetings such as the Cheltenham Festival, Aintree, Newmarket, Ascot, Epsom and Doncaster offer a fantastic trading environment for us as traders.

We are currently just starting Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival and after a good day of trading yesterday, making £536 in profit over the day, I thought it would be a good idea to share my thoughts on why they are such consistent trading environments for us to benefit from.

Bruce Millington is joined by Tom Segal and Patrick Mullins to preview the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Can anything stop Douvan?

Just to get you in the mood, here are some highlights from the Festival 12 months ago….

Super mare makes it a Grade 1 hat-trick at Leopardstown

Market moves and reflection to the key performances in the build up to the 2017 Cheltenham Festival.

Stayers Hurdle 2017 Tips from easyodds.com

Trainer Paul Nicholls takes us through his string of high-class hurdlers ahead of the Cheltenham Festival

Champion Hurdle 2017 Tips from easyodds.com

The Dictheat supremo with a run through of his impressive team of chasers ahead of the Cheltenham Festival

Grade 1 Novice Chases (Arkle, RSA, JLT) Tips from easyodds.com

Trainer David Pipe on his most likely Cheltenham winner

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