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Eight of Simon Rowland's top-rated horses going to Cheltenham are Irish-trained. Many of the more interesting horses in the handicaps are Irish-trained also
By Simon Rowlands on 12 March 2021
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Life Is Good posted a 121 rating in the Grade 2 San Felipe Stakes that has him comfortably top of those US three-year-olds to have run so far this year
By Simon Rowlands on 12 March 2021
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A trip of around two and a half miles and the mud sees Bachasson in an especially good light
By Simon Rowlands on 12 March 2021
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Kelso saw a new clear favourite for the Grand National, Cloth Cap and one of the season’s best novice hurdlers to date, My Drogo
By Simon Rowlands on 12 March 2021
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Grand Paradis is on 142) after winning the Grade 3 novice hurdle at Thurles
By Simon Rowlands on 05 March 2021
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Jason The Militant's win in the Grade 3 Red Mills Trial Hurdle at Fairyhouse came in the fastest time of three hurdles at two miles by getting on for a furlong
By Simon Rowlands on 05 March 2021
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The strong suspicion is that Tritonic will relish the extended two miles and the uphill finish at Cheltenham
By Simon Rowlands on 05 March 2021
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The Newbury Grade 2s, the Denman Chase and Game Spirit Chase, both resulted in very smart winners, Secret Investor and Sceau Royal
By Simon Rowlands on 26 February 2021
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Mishriff appears to have run to about 123, and Charlatan to 122 and there were only a handful of horses capable of surpassing that in 2020
By Simon Rowlands on 26 February 2021
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"I would have expected plenty more from well-beaten-last Tiger Roll if he is to do much at Cheltenham and Aintree."
By Simon Rowlands on 26 February 2021
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