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|Sharjah||8/18/1||EW (8 Places)
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Date of Tips: 16/03/2023
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One horse that towers head and shoulders above his rivals in the County Hurdle is Sharjah. He really does look a class above the others with a non-derogatory nod to his fellow competitors.
The ten-year-old is having his second start in a handicap hurdle and the first one just so happened to be the Galway Hurdle which he lifted in 2018. Trading at 8/1 with most bookmakers, he has to be a really confident each-way punt, especially if you go with one of those paying the extra places.
Also of interest is Anna Bunina who had a nice little warm up for this in a Grade 3 at Punchestown last time. Handicaps are much more her scene and off a mid-range weight and with a claimer on board, I can think of plenty of worse 40/1 shots you could be betting on at The Festival.
Other horses here that look far too big in the betting are Milkwood (25/1) and former Royal Bond scorer Ballyadam (18/1).
|Fri 17/03/2023||14:10||2m 179y||Hurdle|
The County Hurdle is a Grade 3 National Hunt hurdle race that is run on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival, also known as Gold Cup Day.
The race covers a distance of approximately 2 miles and 1 furlong and is open to horses aged five years and older.
The County Hurdle is known for being a highly competitive and unpredictable handicap race, with many horses in contention for the win. It often attracts a large field of runners and the pace can be very fast making for an exciting spectacle for racegoers and viewers.
Trainer W P Mullins has won the County Hurdle 6 times over the last 20 festivals with Thousand Stars (2010), Final Approach (2011), Wicklow Brave (2015), Arctic Fire (2017), Saint Roi (2020) & State Man (2022).
County Hurdle tips from racing analysts Will Smith & Steve Mullington will appear on this page shortly before the start of the Cheltenham Festival.
|Highway One O Two||40/1|
|Glory And Fortune||50/1|