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Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #1 Terrefort (Cheltenham, 1.30pm)
We start our Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixiewith the first race of the day, the JLT Novice Chase.
This looks an open renewal and Nicky Henderson’s five-year-old Terrefort looks likely to put up a bold show.
Henderson has never hidden his admiration of this son of Martaline.
He only joined Henderson’s yard in January after a career over jumps in his native France.
His form in his homeland looked promising and he confirmed that by winning on his UK debut.
That 10-length win marked him out as one to watch and he landed a Grade 1 last time out.
His victory in Sandown’s Scilly Isles Chase showed he has the stomach for a battle and that he loves soft ground.
Conditions look ideal here and we reckon he’ll take some beating.
Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #2 Un De Sceaux (Cheltenham, 2.50pm)
The second leg of our Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie needs no introduction.
Un De Sceaux absolute loves it at the festival.
Willie Mullins’ ten-year-old has run at the last three Cheltenham Festivals and been beaten only ponce.
He won the Arkle in 2015 and was beaten into second in the Queen Mother Champion Chase by Sprinter Sacre in 2016.
However, he bounced back last season to win the 2017 Ryanair Chase.
Un De Sceaux has won both his runs this season, a Grade 2 at Cork and the Grade 1 Clarence House Chase at Ascot in January.
Those runs show he is better than ever and we fancy he will land this contest again today.
Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #3 Sam Spinner (Cheltenham, 3.30pm)
The final leg of our Thursday, March 15: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie runs in the Stayers’ Hurdle.
This is another race that looks very open.
But Jedd O’Keefe’s Sam Spinner has by far the best form on offer of this season’s staying chasers.
Brought on slowly by his shrewd trainer, Sam Spinner has dominated the staying hurdle division this season.
He was second in the Grade 3 Silver Trophy at Chepstow in October but followed up with a Grade 3 win next time out.
That effort, at Haydock’s Stayers’ Handicap Hurdle, was high class and resulted in a 17-length win.
That prompted connections to go for Grade 1 glory in Ascot’s Long Walk Hurdle.
And Sam Spinner delivered, powering to a battling win.
We fancy that is the best form on offer today and he is going to be a tough nut to crack.
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