SOMERSBY, who ran a fine race to be second to Sire De Grugy in Wednesday's Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, could run again this season with trainer Mick Channon eyeing the big spring meetings at Aintree and Punchestown.
THERE is no chance of Lord Windermere and his connections having the Cheltenham Gold Cup snatched away after Willie Mullins, trainer revealed on Saturday he will not be appealing against the decision of the racecourse stewards.
LORD WINDERMERE is the new best mate of trainer Jim Culloty after grabbing a heart-stopping win from On His Own.
RUBY WALSH looks set to miss up to three months after suffering a serious arm injury in the first race at Cheltenham on Gold Cup day.
VERY WOOD was delivered with typical patience by Paul Carberry to lead at the final hurdle and take a dramatic running of the Albert Bartlett Hurdle.
THE unexposed Tiger Roll secured Grade 1 glory for Gordon Elliott and Davy Russell, as powerful owners Gigginstown House Stud bagged a first winner of the week at the meeting.
FINALLY the sun shone on Daryl Jacob at the 2014 Cheltenham Festival when he put behind him a run of mishaps to drive Lac Fontana to a narrow success over Arctic Fire, ridden by David Casey in place of the injured Ruby Walsh.
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THE final day of the Cheltenham Festival belonged to Davy Russell and Michael O'Leary as the jockey grabbed his third winner of the day and the owner his fourth with Savello.
HAVING been declared an unlikely runner at Cheltenham after his win at Leopardstown last month, Tammys Hill proved connections made the right decision to run with a determined victory.
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