Cheltenham Festival 2019 day three: Stayers’ Hurdle and more – live!

It’s been fun, getting half the winners over the first two days, but I feel like things are about to slow down, with none of these shorter than 4-1. Still, another five winners for Ireland sounds plausible, including two for that nice Mr Willie Mullins. It’s always good to have previous Festival winners on your side, and Footpad and Supasundae fit that bill in the two main races. Interestingly, the two biggest-priced horses on this list are also the only two trained in England …

National debt: Tiger Roll’s fourth success on Wednesday in the Cross Country Chase at the Cheltenham Festival will certainly prove to be one of the most popular of the week and he’s becoming a public horse, such that he seems sure to go off a hot favourite when he bids to win the Grand National for the second year running next month.

“Following his win yesterday, Tiger Roll’s odds for winning the Grand National has been slashed to 5-1, as he’s quickly become the nations favourite. Straight after his win, bookmakers saw a flurry of bets on Tiger Roll winning the Grand National, as he’s now tipped to become the next Red Rum,” said a spokesperson for

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