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Jan 27, 2018

Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Sales graduates well represented on super Saturday of action

On what promises to be a very informative day on both sides of the Irish sea Tattersalls Ireland Cheltenham Sales graduates are well represented in all of the graded races.

 

In the Grade 3 Handicap Chase at the home of racing King’s Odyssey, Drumlee Sunset and Arctic Gold all look to hold chances in what looks a highly competitive heat.

 

The Last Samurai, Definitly Red and American line up in the feature race on the card - the Grade 2 Cotswold Chase.

 

Promising novice hurdlers Santini, Pacifc De Baune, Mulcahys Hill and Slate House go to post in the Grade 2 Novices’ Hurdle on the card.

 

One of last season’s leading Novice hurdlers Finian’s Oscar reverts back to the smaller obstacles in the Grade 2 Cleeve Hurdle and looks to mark himself a leading contender for honours at this year’s Festival.

 

 

Doncaster play host to their biggest day of National Hunt racing of the year and Enniscoffey Oscar bids for Grade 2 glory in the Riven Don Novices’ Hurdle while Maria’s Benefit heads the market for the Grade 2 Yorkshire Rose Mares’ Hurdle.

 

 

Meanwhile across the Irish Sea True Self goes for gold in the Grade 3 Solerina Mares’ Novice Hurdle.