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CHELTENHAM SIX CHALLENGE

AFTER DAY FOUR AND FINAL RESULT:

Congratulations to the winner Andy Hartgrove, who has won the Third Millennium support apron, and thank you to all runners for participating:

1) Andy Hartgrove - 85

Sir des Champs, Salsify, Sprinter Sacre, Quevega, Jezki, Rule the World

2) Trevor Hartgrove - 77

Dynaste, Long Run, Our Connor, Zarkandar, Simonsig, Sprinter Sacre

3) Nick Heath - 67

Cue Card, Zarkandar, Sprinter Sacre, Long Run, Oscar Whisky, The New One

 

AFTER DAY THREE:

1=) Nick Heath - 62

Took his Cue with a bold move to match strides with leader at start of second circuit. It could now be a Long Run to the winning post.

1=) Adrian Middleton - 62

Exhausted. Looks only a matter of time before he surrenders lead. May pull up.

3) Jason Tysoe - 60

Coming under pressure, with other horses going well behind.

 

AFTER DAY TWO:

1) Adrian Middleton - 62

Coming back to his field and only galloping on the spot. Will be very lucky to hold on for second circuit.

2) Jason Tysoe - 60

Going nicely behind leader, jumping well.

3) Andy Hartgrove - 55

Cantering, still on bridle. Looks to have plenty in hand.

 

AFTER DAY ONE:

1) Adrian Middleton - 62

Broke fast, pulling hard.  22 lengths in front but may not have enough left in tank to get home.

2) Jason Tysoe - 40

Travelling nicely, though some way  behind leader

3) Andy Hartgrove - 25

Held up and going strongly on bridle

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