Saturday Tips: Boyfromnowhere to take Classic

REBECCA Curtis knows a thing or two about staying chasers. Teaforthree has been an excellent standard bearer in the past 18 months, hitting the crossbar in both the Grand National and the Welsh equivalent. In BOYFROMNOWHERE she has another upwardly mobile young stayer who could end up scaling similar heights to his stablemate. If the …[Read More]

Cue Card the ace in King George VI Chase

NINE runners have been declared for the highlight of the Christmas sporting calendar – the King George VI Chase at Kempton. In its 63rd year, the William Hill-sponsored contest race has a £200,000 prize pot. And bookies can’t seem to separate leading contenders CUE CARD and DYNASTE. Favourites have a good record in the race …[Read More]

Kumbeshwar the value in Paddy Power Gold Cup

WHO is the toughest National Hunt horse in training? Bobs Worth? Zarkandar? Overturn? Impossible to say really. But I think I’ve got the answer and he runs in Saturday’s Paddy Power Gold Cup. If there is a tougher jumper in the land than KUMBESHWAR then I haven’t seen him. This chap embodies everything I love …[Read More]