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Photographer Pat Healy reports from the finish line at the Cheltenham Festival
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 March 2016
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Aidan Coleman finally rides a Cheltenham winner after seven years waiting
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 March 2016
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Guy Williams rounds up the TV coverage from day three at the festival
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 March 2016
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In all his years coming to Cheltenham, the Galway bookie has never had a worse day than Day 3 of the 2016 meeting
By Irish Field Contributor on 18 March 2016
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Jamie Codd rallied from second last to win the Kim Muir cup by 12 lengths aboard J.P. Mc Manus' Cause of Causes, to give trainer Gordon Elliott his second winner of the festival
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Limini made it a hat-trick of wins on day three of the festival for Willie Mullins and brought up a hat-trick for Ricci-owned mares
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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The Colm Murphy-trained Empire Of Dirt got Bryan Cooper and Gigginstown House Stud off the mark on Ryanair day at the festival
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Galway trainer Pat Kelly captured one of the biggest wins of his career when Mall Dini produced the form of his life in the Pertemps Network Final
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Ruby Walsh rode into racing folklore as he became the first jockey in history to make it 50 Cheltenham Festival winners when successful on Black Hercules in the JLT Novices Chase
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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The raging favourite turned on the heat and romped home by seven lengths from Alpha Des Obeaux in the Ryanair World Hurdle
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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In a day that the Irish dominated at Presbury Park, Ruby Walsh landed his 50th festival winner aboard Black Hercules, Vautour displayed his class and Colm Murphy and Pat Kelly got on the board
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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The Susannah Ricci-owned gelding toyed with his rivals in the Ryanair Chase to leave punters wondering what could have been
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Diego Du Charmil outlasted Roman De Senam but the result could have been an altogether different one were in not for the last flight
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Enda Bolger’s long time favourite Josies Order gave the winner most to do but his strong finishing effort came up a length short
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Once owned by Co Down’s Maria Cave, Pierre gelding rebounds from heavy fall to win the last at Cheltenham on Tuesday
By Margie McLoone on 18 March 2016
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Three Grade 1 winners at Cheltenham supplemented by two seconds made it an afternoon to remember for Dennison and McKeever
By Margie McLoone on 18 March 2016
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Dejection turned to triumph for Gordon Elliott as Diamond King claimed the Coral Cup
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Blaklion, fresh from a Grade 2 win at Wetherby last month, fended off Shaneshill in a gripping finale where sadly No More Heroes suffered a career-ending injury
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Willie Mullins made a brave call when opting to run Yorkhill against Yanworth in the Neptune but it was unquestionably the right one
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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Nicky Henderson has pulled off one of the greatest training performances in restoring Sprinter Sacre, this once 188-rated chaser, to his former glories
By Ryan McElligott on 18 March 2016
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