Today's racecards


  • 14:40 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle 3m

  • Winner: £
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf


  • Weighed In

  • Winning time: 5m 55.70s
  • Off time: 14:40:18
14:40 Cheltenham Racecards
No Draw Dist
1st Berties Dream (IRE) 33/1
2nd Najaf (FR) 25/1
3rd Kennel Hill (IRE) 66/1


No Form Silk Horse A Wgt Trainer Jockey OR SP
1 2-412 Pink, Light Green spots, Pink sleeves and cap Arvika Ligeonniere (FR) 38
Nag meBeaten Favourite
5 11-7 W P Mullins D J Condon 28/129.00
2 112F34 Dark blue and light blue check, white sleeves, check cap Berties Dream (IRE) 33
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7 11-7 P J Gilligan A E Lynch 133 33/134.00
3 1-71311 Dark blue, yellow striped sleeves Bostons Angel (IRE) 49
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6 11-7 b Mrs J Harrington R M Power 50/151.00
4 111-3F2 Royal Blue, Pink hoop Cappa Bleu (IRE) 45
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
8 11-7 Evan Williams Paul Moloney 18/119.00
5 1-11 Light Blue, Pink chevrons, Light Blue sleeves, Light Blue cap, Pink star Chartreux (FR) 50
Nag meDistance Winner
5 11-7 D Pipe T Scudamore 28/129.00
6 1-11 RED, white chevrons on sleeves, white cap, red star Enterprise Park (IRE) 81
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6 11-7 W P Mullins Paul Townend 11/112.00
7 1-11132 ROYAL BLUE and WHITE HOOPS, white sleeves, white cap, royal blue stars Fionnegas (IRE) 40
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6 11-7 W P Mullins D J Casey 16/117.00
8 2420R3 Emerald Green, Orange triple diamond, diamonds on sleeves and diamonds on cap Kennel Hill (IRE) 27
Nag meDistance Winner
8 11-7 t1 W K Goldsworthy J M Maguire 140 66/167.00
9 431231 Royal blue, red sleeves, white spots, red cap, white spots Najaf (FR) 33
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5 11-7 P F Nicholls Timmy Murphy 150 25/126.00
10 201-11P White, Black braces, Black sleeves, White stars, Black cap, White star Possol (FR) 13
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
7 11-7 H D Daly R Johnson 142 28/129.00
11 4-1112F Black, light blue sleeves, red cap Quel Esprit (FR) 2
Nag meDistance Winner
6 11-7 W P Mullins R Walsh 11/26.50
12 1-27121 Royal Blue and Light Blue (quartered), Light Blue sleeves, Royal Blue armlets Restless Harry 48
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
6 11-7 R Dickin H Oliver 145 8/19.00
13 1/118-11 YELLOW, dark blue sash, dark blue cap, yellow star Shinrock Paddy (IRE) 96
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance Winner
6 11-7 P Nolan A P Cawley 8/19.00
14 P1111 Dark green, yellow seams, yellow sleeves, dark green armlets, yellow cap Tell Massini (IRE) 97
Nag meCourse WinnerDistance WinnerCourse and Distance Winner
6 11-7 T R George P J Brennan 153 10/34.33
15 123 WHITE, RED seams, RED and WHITE quartered cap The Betchworth Kid 35
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5 11-7 A King R Thornton 138 16/117.00
16 212131 Emerald green, yellow hoops, white cap The Hurl (IRE) 61
Nag meDistance Winner
7 11-7 M F Morris A P McCoy 131 25/126.00
17 431-211 Red, Pink epaulets Watamu Bay (IRE) 54
Nag meDistance Winner
7 11-7 C J Mann D A Jacob 140 66/167.00
19 152112 Royal blue and yellow halved, white sleeves, red cap Premier Victory (IRE) 22
Nag meBeaten FavouriteDistance Winner
6 11-0 t T Hogan J Cullen 140 33/134.00
20 511231 Red, White hoop, striped sleeves, Black and White hooped cap Silver Kate (IRE) 35
Nag meDistance Winner
7 11-0 D M Richards Aidan Coleman 145 14/115.00
Non runners
1861-2212Wayward Prince611-7Ian WilliamsD C Costello136


Willie Mullins looks to have another strong team in this renewal however for once the English form may triumph as we select RESTLESS HARRY to provide a fairytale win for Robin Dickin, primarily at the main expense of Tell Massini and the Hurl. The selection ran away with a Grade Two here in January and connections are confident of a big run. The step up in trip is expected to bring about further improvement and he looks sure to run a big race from the front. On a form line through Reve De Sivola (franked the form with a second earlier in the week), he has a bit to find with Tell Massini. Tom George put him away after beating Kennel Hill here in December but that form hasn't really been franked and there is a nagging doubt that he may prefer softer ground. The Hurl has some solid Irish form to his name and is not to be ignored, along with Shinrock Paddy who has looked very progressive and his recent win looked to have plenty of substance to it. Watamu Bay has been winning on poor ground, Possol was expected to miss the meeting in preference to Aintree and it is a worry that plans have changed, Quel Esprit took a heavy fall here on Tuesday but would be interesting if taking part as this trip will suit, whilst Najaf has plenty to find on the form book. Chartreux is unbeaten but now faces much tougher company, Cappa Bleu won the Foxhunters' here last year, whilst Enterprise Park is another Willie Mullins runner who has solid form including a Grade Three win at Limerick in December. The Betchworth Kid and Fionnegas are not to be dismissed either, so with the shortlist building up to most of the field, the vote is reluctantly given to Restless Harry.