Can Cue Card make amends for last year? Will it be third time lucky for Djakadam, or can Gordon Elliott cap an incredible week with Outlander?
Join Bruce Millington, Alastair Down, Brendan Duke, David Jennings and Paddy Power’s Tom Nugent for an unmissable Gold Cup preview & their best bets on the rest of Friday’s card.
Join Bruce Millington, Alastair Down, Lee Mottershead, Brendan Duke and Paddy Power’s Tom Nugent at Cheltenham to preview day three of the festival, featuring the Stayers’ Hurdle and Ryanair Chase.
We’re at Cheltenham to look ahead to day two of the Cheltenham Festival.
Bruce Millington is joined trackside by Alastair Down, David Jennings, Peter Thomas and Paddy Power’s Tom Nugent to preview all the action – including tips of 40-1, 33-1 and the ‘banker of the week’ according to David Jennings…and no, it isn’t Douvan.
The wait is finally over – day one of the Cheltenham Festival gets underway on Tuesday.
Join Lee Mottershead, Alastair Down and David Jennings at Prestbury Park for a comprehensive preview of all the action.
This week on the Matchbook Betting Podcast Emmet Kennedy and Aidan Barry are joined by Neil Channing, Stephen Harris, and Timeform’s Adam Brooks to discuss to big favourites at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival to decide if they are Bankers or Lays?
Plus Nigel Seeley and Mark Stinchcombe join us to preview the weekends FA Cup, Premier League and Championship action.
Welcome to the first of our interviews! Today we kickstart the series by spending half an hour with ITV Racing hopeful Stephen R Power – better known as the Racing Blogger. The avid fitness practitioner took time our of his holiday to talk about his plans, Racing’s coverage, BHA Policies, photography, the Festival, and Grand National too. You can follow Stephen on Twitter @racingblogger
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In association with At The Races: Kevin Blake, Emmet Kennedy, Lydia Hislop and Tony Keenan countdown to the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ the 2017 Cheltenham Festival. We get Lydia’s thoughts on the Championship Races, Kevin gives us updates from the Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott press days, while Tony highlights one of his best bets of the Festival.
Also there’s an update of our Cheltenham Festival Preview Night from The Goat on Monday the 6th of March at 8pm streaming live on the At The Races Facebook page and www.attheraces.com
We pick apart two further races at the Festival one of which features the lay of the meeting, according to one of the panelists
We’re joined by Sam Twiston-Davies for a look back at last weekend’s action and a look ahead to Cheltenham
This week on the Matchbook Betting Podcast Emmet Kennedy & Jesse May are joined by Nigel Seeley and Tony Hargraves to preview the best betting opportunities in the FA Cup and La Liga. Plus Adam Brooks from Time Form, the Betting Emporiums Neil Channing and Betting Experts Stephen Harris join us to preview the Championship races at the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ the 2017 Cheltenham Festival.
Jump to 26 mins in for the start of the Cheltenham Chat
Ed Quigley is joined by Stuart Riley, Tom Segal and Paddy Power’s Rob Catterson to preview the Supreme and the Neptune.
Cheltenham Festival look ahead with Kevin O’Malley & Luke Elder over at William Hill Radio
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Tom Segal is among the panellists seeking out the value in the Ryanair
Bruce Millington is joined by Tom Segal and Patrick Mullins to preview the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Can anything stop Douvan?
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.
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
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?