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|Midnight River||8/18/1||EW ( 6 Places)
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|Fugitif||10/110/1||EW (7 Places)
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|Marvel De Cerisy||20/120/1||EW (6 Places)
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Date of Tips: 15/03/2023
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|Will Smith Tips||Steve Mullington
The next big field handicap to offer up some lovely each-way betting opportunity is the Magners Plate at Handicap Chase at 4.10, and market leader So Scottish would have preferred slightly better ground I would think, and so theopportunity is too look elsewhere.
The course and distance handicap chase at Trials Day is always a key pointer to this race, and looks set to be so again with the first two home in that race, Il Ridoto and Fugitif locking horns again. Il Ridoto was given a maximal ride that day, and so Fugitif’s run could be significantly marked up in my eyes.
At 10/1 each-way with SkyBet for 7 places, Fugitif will love the soft ground, and his rate of progression this season could easily see him running in Graded company this season if we get a wet spring, and so represents the bet of the day for me.
Henry De Bromhead has had a brilliant couple of days, and you would wish him and his team no less after the heart-wrenching loss of his son earlier in the season. Him and Rachael Blackmore can team up to good effect yet again with the lightly raced but extremely talented Marvel De Cerisy.
At 16/1 each-way with SkyBet for 7 places, or 20/1 for 6 places with Bet365, Marvel De Cerisy has strongly suggested in 3 runs over fences, that he could be much better than a 142-rated handicapper.
He was giving creditable chase to the brilliant Impervious at Wexford on chase debut before an unlucky fall at the last, and then two runs at right-handed tracks wouldn’t have suited but Marvel De Cerisy still managed to show his ability with a win at Punchestown, before a quiet run at Fairyhouse is chief reason behind his appealing handicap mark.
Midnight River looks like being trainer Dan Skelton’s best chance of the week and he and his brother Harry can land another big handicap with the eight-year-old on Thursday afternoon.
The eight-year-old won here on New Year’s Day and totally deserved to move up a notch or two after finishing third in the former Hennessy Gold Cup in November. Skelton is on record as saying during his Cheltenham media day that he’d love it to be good to soft, soft in places for the Plate and it appears that he has got his wish from the weather gods.
Others to consider in this massive field of 24 are Fugitif in the hands of Sean Bowen, plus serial placer Frero Banbou for the Venetia Williams stable.
|Magners Plate Handicap Chase|
|Thurs 16/03/2023||16:10||2m 4f 127y||Chase|
The Magners Plate Handicap Chase is a Grade 3 National Hunt chase that takes place on day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival.
The race is run over a distance of 2 miles 4 furlongs and 127 yards (4,124 metres) and features 17 fences. It is open to horses aged five years or older and is contested by some of the top chasers in the sport.
The race was first run in 1951 and was initially called the Mildmay of Flete Handicap Chase, named after a former Chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse. It was renamed in honour of jockey Freddie Williams in 1974. Williams was a successful jockey and trainer who won many races over fences and hurdles, including the Grand National in 1956. It has since undergone several name changes due to sponsorship agreements.
Over the years, the Magners Plate Handicap Chase has been won by some of the most talented and famous horses in the sport and recent winners of the race include The Shunter in 2021 and Coole Cody in 2022.