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Murphy Group Chase (Grade 3 Handicap) (Class 1) of £50,000.00 5-y-o plus
2m. 5f. 1st - £28,475.00 2nd - £10,685.00 3rd - £5,350.00 4th - £2,665.00 16 Entered Heavy (Soft in places)
(71)(The Stewart Family)
Brian Boru-Black Queen
(51)(Mr A R Trotter)
Morespeed-La Chance Au Roy
(50)(Miss I D Du Pre)
(43)(John P McManus)
B J Geraghty
Winged Love-Silva Venture
(22)(Mr A Brooks)
(51)(The Stewart Family)
Karinga Bay-Dawn's Della
(320)(Mr K Benson & Mrs E Benson)
J M Maguire
(43)(John P McManus)
A P McCoy
(22)(Mr W Clifford)
(22)(Heart of the South Racing)
J E Moore
(22)(Power Panels Electrical Systems Ltd)
D C Costello
Kadalko-Izabel Des Pictons
(36)(Burnham P & D Ltd)
Supreme Leader-Queen's Flagship
(43)(Mr A J Norman)
(32)(Jump For Fun Racing)
Probable SP 4/1 Katenko, 11/2 Bold Sir Brian, 13/2 Bless The Wings, 8/1 Our Mick, 10/1 Pacha Du Polder, Nadiya De La Vega, 12/1 Fruity O'Rooney, Shoegazer, 14/1 Quantitativeeasing, Chance du Roy, 16/1 Frontier Spirit, 20/1 Poquelin, Quincy Des Pictons, 25/1 Tartak, Tullamore Dew, 33/1 Hell's Bay.
Get ready for The Greatest Show on Turf
As spring arrives in the air, so too does an outbreak of 'Cheltenham Fever'. Four days of thrilling National Hunt action at the sport's most iconic venue and, for one week in March, Cheltenham dominates the sporting landscape.
Let Titanbet mark your card as you begin to plan for 27 top class races in the Cotswolds and fine tune your Cheltenham betting 2015 strategy. We have guides to the feature event on all four days, stats and facts on the races, horses, jockeys and trainers and all the latest Cheltenham odds.
A Vintage Champion
The traditional curtain raiser on Day One is the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, where last year's leading trainer/jockey combination will be looking to win for the third year in a row. Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh are set to team up with the unbeaten Douvan.
The feature on day one is the Champion Hurdle, where the mighty Faugheen will be attempting to confirm his growing reputation. Unbeaten in eight careers starts he will face his biggest test to date against the likes of The New One, last year's winner Jezki and Mullins' evergreen veteran Hurricane Fly, who bids for a third championship.
The 2015 Champion Hurdle has all the hallmarks of being one of the best in recent years.
What an opening day in prospect for Ireland's champion trainer Mullins and jockey Ruby Walsh, who also team up with exciting prospect Un De Sceaux for the Arkle.
Could Mullins complete an opening day hat-trick?
Stars At Every Turn
On to Wednesday and the Queen Mother Champion Chase takes centre stage.
Nicky Henderson's Sprinter Sacre was an effortless winner of the race two years ago before injury sidelined 'The Black Aeroplane'.
After a year on the sidelines he returned in promising fashion at Ascot in January and finds himself prominent in the Cheltenham festival betting as a result.
Looking to ensure there is no fairytale ending for Sprinter Sacre could be defending champion Sire De Grugy along with Tingle Creek winner Dodging Bullets.
Also on day two is the marathon test that is the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase. Can Any Currency go one better than last year over the intricacies of the Cotswold countryside?
New World Order
This year's World Hurdle looks to be a wide open contest and will provide the key storyline on day three of Cheltenham 2015.
Last year's winner More Of That has got questions to answer, while former champion hurdler Rock On Ruby must defy 50 years of Cheltenham history if he is to add the Stayers Championship to his speed crown victory from 2012.
Adding spice to the mix will be the Paul Nicholls' trained Saphir Du Rheu, who has abandoned a chasing career in favour of a return to hurdling. The Ditcheat trainer has done this before in pretty successful fashion with a horse by the name of Big Buck's, remember him?
Saphir Du Rheu shook the Cheltenham betting for the World Hurdle with victory in the Cleeve Hurdle on Trials Day in January.
Thursday also promises the tantalising prospect of the last year's Ryanair Chase winner Cue Card clashing with Gordon Elliott's up and coming chaser Don Cossack over the intermediate 2m 5f trip.
Day Four brings with it jump racing's most prestigious race and the Blue Ribband event of the festival - the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Last year produced the most thrilling finish in recent times, with a blanket covering the first five home as Lord Windermere secured a first major training success for three-time winning Gold Cup jockey Jim Culloty.
As the Cheltenham Gold Cup odds show, this year's renewal looks set to be another fiercely contested event.
Silviniaco Conti and Many Clouds have got the form in the book going to Prestbury Park but, with former winners Bobs Worth and Lord Windermere joining rising stars Road To Riches and Djakadam, the Gold Cup looks to be a tantalising puzzle for punters to solve.