Sat. Sep 18th, 2021


Jump racing fans can look forward to a full week of top-class action, packed with clues for the Cheltenham Festival in March

Saturday 26th

The best part of Christmas, if you’ve any interest in horse racing, comes on Boxing Day with the King George VI Chase, the midwinter championship of steeplechasing. It’s the race that made stars of Desert Orchid and Kauto Star, who won it nine times between them, and those of us who have been around long enough get rheumy-eyed over memories of Silver Buck, Wayward Lad and many others.

Related: Cheltenham new year card behind closed doors under new Covid rules

#ExpertEye: Our team give mentions to Elixir D’Ainay and Captain Guinness, both unfortunate in the @SkyBet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.

RTV Tracker links:

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Expert Eye declarations in the next 48 hours >>> https://t.co/DTF6zJORZX pic.twitter.com/BIq95vOpXD

Our condolences to all of Kim Gingell’s family and many friends. pic.twitter.com/PAbqoYc5xk

2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner AL BOUM PHOTO is back, with an easy victory, once again in The Savills New Year’s Day Chase at Tramore Ireland @TramoreRaces #alboumphoto #thoroughbred #HorseRacing pic.twitter.com/HCnMtsa3BL

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