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Barry Geraghty: Champ is the biggest threat to Al Boum Photo


Barry Geraghty has labelled old ally Champ “the biggest threat” to Al Boum Photo in next month’s WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup after the RSA Chase winner finished an encouraging second on his belated reappearance in the Betfair Game Spirit Chase at Newbury on Sunday.

Champ was one of five winners at the meeting last year for Geraghty, who announced his retirement in the summer, bringing an end to a glittering career that included 43 Cheltenham Festival winners – a tally bettered only by Ruby Walsh. 

Geraghty was especially pleased by how well Champ jumped in the Game Spirit, a two-mile contest trainer Nicky Henderson thought would serve as a better Cheltenham Gold Cup prep than the three-mile Denman Chase on the same card.

Writing in his first blog as an ambassador for The Festival™ supporting WellChild, Geraghty told “It was interesting watching him run at Newbury with Nico de Boinville on his back on Sunday. He was brilliant, I thought.

“His jumping was better. In the RSA last year his jumping wasn’t as fluent. He didn’t school as well beforehand for whatever reason. He wasn’t showing the same amount of scope going into the RSA as he showed at the weekend - he was on springs!

“I think he’s the biggest threat to Al Boum Photo in the Gold Cup. It’s very hard to put anything else in front of him and Al Boum Photo is there as defending champion. Champ’s run at Newbury would be a better level of form than Al Boum Photo has going into the race, but you’re taking it on trust because he took the same route last year and the year before.

“I’d be siding with Champ. If he can put it all together again at Cheltenham like he did on Sunday then Al Boum Photo will need to bring his A-game.”

Geraghty also admits he is still getting used to the idea of not riding at the Festival this year, a sporting occasion he likens to football’s “Champions League Final”.

He explains: “I’ll admit straight away that it’s going to be strange not riding at Cheltenham this year. It’s such a buzz and your whole season is just geared around getting there.

“From the time your winter horses come in from their holidays, you’re thinking about which ones will be good enough for the Festival and as a jockey you want to get there in one piece. It’s your Champions League Final, and while I can’t tell you how many winners I’ve had at Aintree, Punchestown or Fairyhouse I can tell you how many I’ve had at Cheltenham - and I can name them.

“I knew going into last year’s Festival that it was going to be my last and with that in mind I was desperate to have a winner. It doesn’t matter which race it comes in, but winning the Champion Hurdle with Epatante meant the world to me.

“I probably showed more emotion riding winners at Cheltenham last year than I had done for a long time because I knew it was my last one, so to get Epatante in on the first day was the perfect way to start.

“I’m looking forward to seeing Epatante defend her Champion Hurdle title. She holds a special place in my heart after our win last year and if she brings her best on the day, I think she’s the one to beat.”

Read Barry Geraghty’s blog in full here

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W. P. Mullins, Ireland hot trainer
4. DALY TIGER (FR) 173
Sean Flanagan silk Sean Flanagan
Noel Meade, Ireland
3. ANNAMIX (FR) 171
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1st Ben Curtis silk 1. AUTONOMY 11/43.75
2nd Richard Kingscote silk ½ 11. VILLANELLE 2/13f
3rd David Probert silk ¾ 6. MASQUE OF ANARCHY (IRE) 5/16
J: Ben Curtis  
T: Philip Kirby  
10 ran. NRs: 5 


1st Ben Curtis silk 2. DANCING KING (IRE) 3/14
2nd William Carver silk 1. DAMNED ELUSIVE 11/102.1f
J: Ben Curtis  
All 5 ran.


1st Connor Beasley silk 6. BERT KIBBLER 9/110
2nd Gavin Ashton silk 2. BATRAAN (IRE) 5/16
T: David Barron  
6 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Darragh Keenan silk 7. GLOBAL PROSPECTOR (USA) 4/15f
2nd Tom Eaves silk 2. BALLYARE 11/26.5
3rd Hollie Doyle silk ½ 8. BELLEVARDE (IRE) 10/111
J: Darragh Keenan (3)  
T: Chris Dwyer  
All 10 ran.


1st Connor Beasley silk 2. VENTUROUS (IRE) 11/26.5
2nd Shane Gray silk ns 3. ABERAMA GOLD 7/24.5
T: David Barron  
All 6 ran.


1st Mr J. J. Codd silk 9. MIGHTY POTTER (FR) 15/82.87f
2nd Mr P. W. Mullins silk 5 14. WILD HUNT 9/110
3rd Mr T. Hamilton silk 8 3. HASTY BROOK (FR) 9/25.5
14 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Hollie Doyle silk 6. DRAGON SYMBOL 2/13
2nd Callum Shepherd silk 11. TWILIGHT SECRET 16/117
3rd Liam Keniry silk nk 7. FERNANDO RAH 6/42.5f
J: Hollie Doyle  
12 ran. NRs: 13 

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1st Adam Wedge silk 1. WHERES MAUD GONE (IRE) 8/151.53f
2nd Daryl Jacob silk nk 3. CONDESA (IRE) 15/82.87
J: Adam Wedge  
T: L J Morgan  
All 7 ran.


1st K. J. Brouder silk 7. HILLTOP SUPREME (IRE) 15/28.5
2nd Rachael Blackmore silk 15. CHELSEAS FRIEND (IRE) 12/113
3rd Philip Enright silk 4 10. NICOLE'S MILAN (IRE) 25/126
15 ran. NRs: 12  17  18  19 
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