Cheltenham From The Horse’s Mouth Day Two Afternoon Round-up
Sire De Grugy lives up to the hype and hurts our pockets!
Just the greatest story – the Moore family land the Champion Chase @CheltenhamRaces with Sire de Grugy. Well done Jamie. Magic. Yeeehaaa!
— Matt Chapman (@MCYeeehaaa) March 12, 2014
Dominique Hamblin echos the thoughts of the whole of Cheltenham Festival
Great race, superb performance from a fantastic horse – Sire De Grugy #Cheltenham2014
— Dominique Hamblin (@LadyNanBullen) March 12, 2014
Carrots all round for Champion Chase winner!
I proved you all wrong didn't I? Bring home the carrots! #SDG
— Sire De Grugy (@SireDeGrugy) March 12, 2014
These favourites need to stop winning ; )
Faugheen wins the Neptune Investment Novices' Hurdle in tremendous style. The money spoke. Another win for Ireland!
— Cheltenham Festival (@CheltenhamNews) March 12, 2014
The dream team strikes again
#CheltFest: another one for Ricci/Mullins/Walsh as Faugheen lands gamble (1-30)
— Cornelius Lysaght (@CorneliusRacing) March 12, 2014
The young guns point to a bright future for team Mullins
With these crack novices Mullins is certainly laying foundations for years of success to come! No wonder Ruby went home
— Harry Tregoning (@htregoning) March 12, 2014
Faugheen also has a bright future ahead of him
Willie Mullins on Neptune hero Faugheen: "We always thought he was a chaser in the making and I'd prefer to go chasing with him next year."
— PA Stables (@PA_Stables) March 12, 2014
A change in the leadership board of Cheltenham Jockeys
Barry Geraghty (30) overtakes AP McCoy (29) in 2nd for all-time Cheltenham Festival wins after O'Faolains Boy. Ruby Walsh top jockey (41)
— Francis Keogh (@HonestFrank) March 12, 2014
Jezki relaxes after yesterdays triumph
— Jessica Harrington (@Jessica_Racing) March 12, 2014