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Cheltenham Festival: Racing fans wrath as another super horse hauls out

Trainer Colin Tizzard made the stun declaration today that the “super horse would not run enduring a slight ligament tear. It comes weeks after early top choices for big races Faugheen, Annie Power and Min were additionally all injured with wounds. Horse racing fans had commented online about the prominent absences.

Be that as it may, the news Thistle crack, who was 7/4 most favourite and loved to win the Gold Cup, is harmed has truly appeared to push numerous over the edge.



Mike Cattermole: Not going Native

Altior was shockingly great again at Newbury on Saturday and what an excellent jump at the last hurdle, which was essentially, amazing.

Extraordinarily, Nicky Henderson has found an instant substitution for his “horse of a lifetime”, Sprinter Sacre.

What there is undoubtedly about is that Altior was the better hurdler. He was unbeaten in five and won the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, though Sprinter won two from four and was just third in the Supreme.



Horse hustling Irish horses command beat weights for Grand National

Irish-trained horses look set to repeat the dominance of the last year of the Grand National as they were given the top five weights for the popular marathon steeplechase at Aintree, Liverpool on April 8.

Last year Five of a top six finishers were given training in Ireland and the weights for April’s race reported on Tuesday contains 20 horses trained in the nation out of the top 40 entries the most extreme runners permitted on the list.



Horse hustling star Ruby Walsh uncovers why he’s not anticipating the day his children choose to utilise online networking

Ruby Walsh, 37, who is anticipating the Oscars of the national chase hustling world, Cheltenham stresses over online networking with regards to his three kids getting to be teenagers, in three weeks time.

Ruby stated: Twitter specifically draws out the most exceedingly bad in people and he stressed over what lies ahead for his kids when they are teenagers.

Twitter is tormenting. Everyone can see the attention to it in schools, with the children. They are attempting to stamp it out no doubt, make them mindful of it. He says that he would be flicking through it and he has a greater number of lads blocked than he most likely does following him.

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