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End Of The Season
If any proof were ever needed (and I suspect it might not be) the success of Three Star General at Cheltenham last Thursday showed that a winner at Cheltenham racecourse is a victory to cherished, be it at the all-important Cheltenham Festival in March or a charity race in April where there is no prize money on offer. Just to walk in to the hallowed winner’s enclosure victorious is an experience that every owner, trainer and jockey in National Hunt racing craves. Read more...
- Saturday, 29 April 2017 07:01
- Written by Chester Barnes
Today there are six meetings, flat cards at Doncaster, Haydock, Leicester, Ripon and Wolverhampton plus a great jumps card at Sandown. As well as being the final day of the National Hunt season, it is also the final day of the Punchestown Festival. Tom Scu goes to Sandown to ride Vincent's Forever in the 1.50pm juvenile handicap hurdle over two miles. He was third last time out at Taunton on good ground but he would need to improve on his hurdle form to win. He was rated 82 on the flat for John Gosden so he has got ability. Tom has to do 10st 3lb to ride Doing Fine in the 3.35pm and he looks to have a good chance. Tom reached the magic 100 winner mark for the season last night at Chepstow on Billy My Boy for Chris Down. It is a like cricket in that you don't want to get out on 99 so many congratulations to Tom.