Check out our best horse racing tipsBridget Andrews put one over her boyfriend Harry Skelton when partnering Mohaayed to victory in the County Hurdle. “I’m in shock to be honest as we wrote him off because of the ground. “Harry went against him for Spiritofthegames,” said Andrews riding her first Festival winner. “Harry came over and gave me a huge kiss. He’s just as delighted as I am. I said sorry to him. “Honestly, I didn’t think he had a chance on that testing ground.
APPLE’S SHAKIRA has plenty of local knowledge with all three wins since arriving from France coming on this track. Had to fight harder than her backers might have expected (started at 1-7) when winning her most recent start, but was well on top at the finish and showed she can battle. Mr Adjudicator is two from two for Willie Mullins since being moved to his yard, landing a Grade One at Leopardstown last time.
Cheltenham 2018 tips: Who should you be betting on today? TERREFORT has won both his starts since joining Nicky Henderson at the end of last year. His latest win came in a Grade One at Sandown, where he beat Cyrname a neck. The runner-up has since won a Grade Two by 11 lengths to stamp the form. Invitation Only was a close third behind Monalee and Al Boum Photo when he stepped up to Grade One class.
@leemottershead@Racing_UK@CForwood Many thanks for explanation, Lee
Winners by the country in which they were bred
(Ire) 14, (Fr) 11, (GB) 3. 😉
or put another way
I guess the winner of a mares-only chase would be (Ire) or (Fr).
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