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Filmed on the 2nd March 2017 at the Walkabout Temple – Rich Ricci, Joe Tizzard, Paul Kealy, Noel Hayes and Host Nick Luck go through some of the other hurdle races at the BetBright Cheltenham Preview Night…

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Sam Twiston-Davies, Paddy Brennan, Spiritofthegames, Peregrine Run, Tombstone and Jerrysback all get a mention in the latest Q&A update from Tom Lee

Filmed on the 2nd March 2017 at the Walkabout Temple – Rich Ricci, Joe Tizzard, Paul Kealy, Noel Hayes and Host Nick Luck go through the National Hunt Chase at the BetBright Cheltenham Preview Night…

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We asked some Racing Post staff why they love the Gold Cup contender

Grade 1-winning jockey Jack Kennedy looks ahead to this year’s Cheltenham Festival and some of his possible rides at Prestbury Park.

With the Cheltenham Festival just 9 days away this is your chance to vote on the greatest ever Gold Cup winner!

The team at jumpsracing.co.uk have come up with a World Cup style team format, which will be whittled down to the knockout stages, with public votes eventually governing who will be crowned the greatest.

Have you say via their site and @cheltenhamnews – Arkle gets my vote!

Betfair kindly invited me to a Cheltenham preview evening this week.

I listened intently for the first part of the evening, but it soon struck me just how odd it felt to know I’m very likely to profit on most if not all the races without paying any attention to what was said.

It’s an odd feeling when you are surrounded by loads of people trying to a pick a way through some difficult races when you have done that for years and stake millions doing so.

I chatted to one person who was asking why I was so dismissive of some of the comments. I described to him how much the race was likely to turnover, how much would be traded on the favourite, when, what impact that would have and how certain favourites had performed pre-off and in-running. I was willing to wager my assumptions will be correct come race day.

When asked why? It was with some incredulity that the person heard that I had staked many tens of millions at Cheltenham.

But I’ve had the argument before, haven’t I!

I really wanted to be on that stage. But it was an interesting evening and I’m glad I was invited to it.

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Betfred caught up with trainer Willie Mullins ahead of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival to get his thoughts on Mares Hurdle hope Limini. The mare emerged as an unexpected possible candidate for the Champion Hurdle race when outpointing Apple’s Jade in a conditions event at Punchestown last month, her first appearance since last April.

Betfred caught up with trainer Paul Nicholls to get his thoughts on the Fred Winter Juvenile handicap hope Dreamcatching. Paul Nicholls has won the Fred Winter the past two years (Qualando and Diego Du Charmil).

Betfred caught up with trainer Colin Tizzard ahead of this year’s Cheltenham Festival. Fox Norton, a horse with options in both the Ryainair Chase and Queen Mother Chase has festival experience when 11 lengths behind Douvan in Racing Post Arkle when finishing 3rd back in 2016.

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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

You can catch up with more of the Horses For Courses podcasts and broadcasts here

Nothing comes close to jump racing’s biggest festival.

ITV is the new home of the Cheltenham Festival for the first time ever. Join Ed Chamberlin and the rest of the ITV Racing team every day of the festival for:

– 9:30am: The Opening Show, ITV4

– 1pm: ITV Racing Live, ITV

Starts Tuesday, 14th March.

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Betfred caught up with trainer Paul Nicholls to get his thoughts on 2017 Cheltenham Festival hope Movewiththetimes. Trainer Paul Nicholls has yet to decided which race this horse will compete in at the festival but believes it’s a very classy sort.

The ITV boys live on Facebook with a little Q&A as they prepare for Saturday’s show

Ed Chamberlin answers our Cheltenham Festival questions – how many can he get right in one minute?

Can Oli Bell overhaul Ed Chamberlin and be crowned out Cheltenham Festival quiz champion? – Click Here to see….

Can Oli Bell overhaul Ed Chamberlin and be crowned out Cheltenham Festival quiz champion?

A quick trip across to the Ollie Hayes Bar, Moneygall Co. Offaly to catch up with Betdaq’s Festival Preview

Betfred caught up with trainer Willie Mullins to get his thoughts on Melon. He is a horse with plenty of ability who jumps well. He’s a fine, strong, tall horse who has the ability but doesn’t have the experience suggests Mullins.

Betfred caught up with trainer Nicky Henderson ahead of 2017 Cheltenham Festival to get his thoughts on the outstanding Altior.

The 7 year old is the odds on favourite for Racing Post Arkle glory at Cheltenham. Altior has followed a similar route to the Arkle as Sprinter Sacre in 2011-12, winning the Wayward Lad with a Racing Post rating of 167 (Sprinter Sacre recorded 162) and the Game Spirit with 175 (Sprinter Sacre 171).

Betfred caught up with trainer Colin Tizzard ahead of this year’s Cheltenham Festival. Native River, current second favourite for the Gold Cup, has got everything according to his trainer Tizzard.

Betfred caught up with trainer Willie Mullins ahead of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival. The Mullins stable has one of the most talked about horses ahead of the festival – Douvan.

The 7-y-o has produced scintillating performances throughout his career, and is the short priced favourite for more glory at the festival in the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

Nigel Twiston-Davies gave us the latest on his 2017 Cheltenham Festival team including Ballyandy, Bristol De Mai and Champion Hurdle hope The New One.

Less than a fortnight to go until the Cheltenham Festival and a variety of exciting names make the cut in this week’s movers update, including Camping Ground on his first outing for Gary Moore, plus Kempton Park winners Master Blueyes, River Frost and River Wylde. Mention too of the top jockey market….

The countdown to Cheltenham Festival continues & Ed Chamberlin and Daryl Jacob walked the course before the action begins.

And don’t forget to grab your Skybet account ready for the Festival. They have a brilliant daily moneyback as a free bet if you lose the first race….

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Ireland editor Richard Forristal with his Festival fancy.

A recording of tonights Betfair Preview Evening featuring the panel, chaired by Gary O’Brien from At The Races, Betfair Ambassadors, Paul Nicholls and Gordon Elliott, Irish racing expert Kevin Blake, the Daily Mirror’s Dave Yates and Betfair’s own Barry Orr from the Emirates Stadium

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