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Mullins and Townend bag Cheltenham honours


Galopin Des Champs’ Gold Cup victory proved the jewel in the crown as Willie Mullins and Paul Townend once again secured the top trainer and jockey honours at the Cheltenham Festival.

The duo endured a sticky start to the week when favourite Facile Vega was turned over in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, but the winners soon started to flow with El Fabiolo getting the duo off the mark for the week in the Arkle.

Mullins enjoyed a second victory on Tuesday as his son Patrick steered Gaillard Du Mesnil to the National Hunt Chase, while Wednesday’s card produced two further wins for the Mullins-Townend axis as Impaire Et Passe bossed the Ballymore and Energumene was too good in the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

The Closutton team drew a rare blank on Thursday, but Lossiemouth had them smiling again after victory in Friday’s Triumph Hurdle, before Galopin Des Champs justified market confidence with a clear-cut Gold Cup verdict.

Townend’s five winners mean he is now the most successful active jockey at the Festival with 28 victories and a third top jockey title, while Mullins is streets ahead of his fellow trainers in having saddled 94 winners overall at the meeting. He has been the fixture’s top trainer on 10 occasions now.

Gold Cup 'the cherry on top'

Patrick Mullins, representing his father, said: “To win the Gold Cup and the Champion Chase, they are half of the major races so that was fantastic. Galopin Des Champs winning the Gold Cup though really was the cherry on the top.

“Six winners is probably where we need to be hitting at least. The amount of horses we have and the standard we have, we needed to do everything we did this week.

“Last year was just one of those years after Covid and everything and we were never going to match that total of 10.

“Taking the Gold Cup and Champion Chase while El Fabiolo (Arkle) and Impaire Et Passe (Ballymore) look like they could be anything so we were very pleased to see them win as well. Galopin Des Champs really was the big one and thankfully he delivered.”

JP McManus finished the week as the leading owner, with Impervious and Iroko giving him two victories on the final day, although Sire Du Berlais’ shock 33-1 success in Thursday’s Stayers’ Hurdle was the highlight.

He said: “We finished strong which was great. You never know how you are going to get on as it is very competitive here. You are hoping to get a winner or two and it was nice to get off the board on Wednesday night.

“The Stayers’ Hurdle was a lovely race to win and to finish off with the Martin Pipe was great and we topped it off winning the Mares’ Chase. It has been wonderful. Any time you get a winner, they are really precious and they were all very special in fairness.”

The Prestbury Cup – the annual competition between British and Irish trainers – was sealed on Thursday with victory once again going to the raiding party.

Irish handlers ended the meeting with 18 victories, with the British team landing 10 – equalling the 2022 result.

No danger of whip disqualification for Cheltenham winners

The British Horseracing Authority has revealed there were only six referrals for whip offences during the course of the Cheltenham Festival, with no danger of disqualifications for breaching the rules.

A number of high-profile racing figures had expressed concerns about the possibility of numerous bans under the revised rules, which limit National Hunt riders to seven strikes of the whip during a contest.

Exceeding the limit by four strikes or more results in disqualification of the horse and a doubled suspension for the rider – but no transgressions of that magnitude occurred in the Cotswolds, the BHA said.

From 444 rides over the 28 races of the Festival, just six referrals have been made and only one of those was for a winning ride.

Three referrals were for use above the permitted level – of which the winning ride was not one – two for using the whip in the incorrect place and one for using it above shoulder height.

The BHA acknowledged there would be “inevitable interest in such a high-profile event and the first major Festival under the new rules”, prompting them to release the information ahead of the Whip Review Committee’s regular weekly meeting on Tuesday, when bans will be imposed and then announced.



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KELSO 15:35

Saturday 25 March
3. ELVIS MAIL (FR) 1st
Bruce Lynn silk Bruce Lynn
N. W. Alexander
10. HALF SHOT (IRE) 2nd
Conor O'Farrell silk Conor O'Farrell
Iain Jardine
Ben Godfrey silk Ben Godfrey
Anthony Honeyball
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1st C. D. Hayes silk 12. QUEEN'S PARDON 7/18
2nd G. F. Carroll silk 10. SEEINGISBELIEVING (IRE) 16/117
3rd J. A. Powell silk 14. RUN FORREST RUN (IRE) 25/126
4th N. M. Crosse silk 7. MOGWLI (IRE) 7/18
J: C. D. Hayes  
17 ran. NRs: 15  16  20 


1st Rossa Ryan silk 7. YOU SAW BRIGADOON (IRE) 2/13f
2nd Franny Norton silk ½ 3. COLOANE (IRE) 5/23.5
3rd Ross Coakley silk 4 4. PRINCESS NAOMI 9/110
J: Rossa Ryan  
9 ran. NRs: 9 

17:20 KELSO

1st Conor O'Farrell silk 2. BERTIE'S BALLET 17/29.5
2nd Stephen Mulqueen silk 3 9. IDEM (FR) 18/119
3rd Craig Nichol silk ns 8. BOTH BARRELS 66/167
T: Dianne Sayer  
All 14 ran.


1st Billy Loughnane silk 6. EL HOMBRE 4/15
2nd Molly Presland silk 1 8. PORFIN (IRE) 9/110
3rd Paddy Bradley silk ns 9. MARY OF MODENA 50/151
J: Billy Loughnane (5)  
9 ran. NRs: 4 


1st Adam Caffrey silk 1. RAZDAN (IRE) 15/28.5
2nd R. P. Cleary silk ¾ 15. PURPLE GOWN (IRE) 28/129
3rd M. W. Hassett silk 17. MAGIC CHARM (IRE) 14/115
4th Kevin Stott silk sh 21. SUPERIOR FORCE 16/117
J: Adam Caffrey (7)  
19 ran. NRs: 11  18  22 


1st Ned Fox silk 6. CYCLOP (IRE) 9/25.5
2nd Harry Bannister silk ¾ 5. BOLDMERE 10/34.33f
3rd A. P. Heskin silk 9. CHIRICO VALLIS (FR) 6/17
J: Ned Fox (7)  
T: David Dennis  
10 ran. NRs: 1 


1st Mitchell Bastyan silk 1. FEEL THE PINCH 11/26.5
2nd Tabitha Worsley silk 13 4. LOOKFORARAINBOW 16/117
7 ran. NRs: 7 

16:45 KELSO

1st Lewis Stones silk 5. DUTY CALLS (IRE) 5/16
2nd Derek Fox silk 3. BOLLINGERANDKRUG (IRE) 4/51.8f
J: Lewis Stones (5)  
All 5 ran.


1st Billy Loughnane silk 5. TRIGGERED (IRE) 13/27.5
2nd Adam Kirby silk sh 2. NUBOUGH (IRE) 14/115
3rd Daniel Muscutt silk ns 8. INAAM (IRE) 10/34.33
J: Billy Loughnane (5)  
All 11 ran.
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