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    8:00 pmPaddock View, 1st Floor, Berkshire Stand, Newbury Racecourse
    Our ever popular Cheltenham Festival Preview Evening will take place on Tuesday, 6th March 2018 at 8pm.

    Venue: Paddock View Room, 1st floor, Berkshire Stand, Newbury Racecourse

    Panel: Lee McKenzie (chairperson), Lizzie Kelly; Mike Cattermole; Jamie Snowden and Charlie Mann

    A pay bar and raffle (in aid of the IJF) will be available on the evening

    Entrance Fee: £3 for West Berkshire Racing Club members or £7 for NON West Berkshire Racing Club members.

    Doors will open at 7.15pm. Event starts at 8pm.

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    BetBright Cheltenham Festival 2018 Preview Night:

    Cargo, Shoreditch. Thursday 1st March @ 7:30pm. £6 tickets.

    Host:

    Nick Luck

    Panel:

    Rich Ricci
    Paul Kealy
    David Jennings
    Luke Harvey

    Having been to these the past few years (used to be at Walkabout, Temple), they can be quite informative. Last year Rich Ricci being honest for a change saying his bet of the festival would be Lets Dance - romped home!

    I would recommend people downloading BetBright too if you don't already have an account. They often do lightening boosts on races. From memory Altior was boosted from 1/2 to 4/1 for the first 500 to get on last year.

    Hope this helps!

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    At The Races Cheltenham Preview 7th March - Live on their Facebook page, and their website.

    Its same as last year, The GOAT in Dublin with Emmet Kennedy & Kevin Blake (both ATR and Final Furlong Podcast), Sean Boyce (ATR), Tony Keenan (writer) and Barry Geraghty. Be good to watch live, or if you from around or near Dublin, I think tickets available if you listen to the podcast they give more information. They had Jamie Codd last year who gave some cracking shouts (Labaik, Fayonah etc).

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    Anyone watching the Facebook live CHelt Preview after Ascot today?

    I'll be out so any "highlights" in here would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    Anyone watching the Facebook live CHelt Preview after Ascot today?

    I'll be out so any "highlights" in here would be appreciated
    some of it available to view still go on facebook and search for ascot live cheltenham preview

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    ill be attending the yorkshire racing club preview on tuesday 6th march, will post any info i get:

    Tuesday 6th March 2018 at 7:45pm at The Pudsey Liberal Club

    Gareth Topham is in the Chair with Special Guests: -

    Andrew Thornton – Jockey and William Hill TV Analyst.

    Andy Holding – Broadcaster, Journalist and Pundit.

    Luke Elder – William Hill Presenter and Pundit.

    David Carr – Racing Post Journalist

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    Couldn’t see anything on Facebook apart from the announcement of the event.

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    The Facebook Live at Ascot after racing yesterday had technical issues so I only caught the end at about 10 minutes. Being this early it was pretty vague but a few snippets from Nicholls...

    JLT:

    Runs Modus

    Pertemps:

    I run Connetable - not beaten too far the other day at Musselborugh. Stays forever, open looking race you never know.

    Kim Muir (& 4 Miler):

    Lorcan Williams (rode Virak yesterday) is the stable ametuer for these races

    Triumph

    Probably no runner. My juveniles will run in the Fred Winter. Likes Redicean

    Gold Cup

    Saphir du Rheu - could run a decent race but best chance will be at Aintree after.
    Might Bite very hard to beat, the rest in and out.

    Foxhunters:

    Lorcan Williams will ride Virak
    Sam Waley-Cohen will ride Wonderful Charm (main hope)
    Unioniste by his owner David Maxwell
    Pacha du Polder by Harriett Tucker (will ride her on Wednesday and give her a chance like Brony Frost last year) - the horse probably not quite what he was last year

    Martin Pipe

    Will have plenty in the race but none confirmed

    Grand Annual

    Tommy Silver been waiting for this race and better ground.


    When asked about his Mares - no chance at the festival. PN keen on Laurina - hard to beat.


    Movewiththetimes, Roman de Senam and Black Corton singled out at the end.

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    Thanks jono. Anyone catch where MWTT was singled out for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevloaf View Post
    Thanks jono. Anyone catch where MWTT was singled out for?
    Don’t think he was, think he was just mentioned as part of a group going there with a chance on likely nicer ground..

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