Cheltenham Gold Cup Runners and Riders

So we come to the main event of the week the 2014 Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Runners and 14 horses will head to post. I have to say this year’s renewal looks one of the best for some time and it’s time for the talking to stop. So who are you with Bobs Worth or Silviniaco Conti or perhaps even a new horse on the block?! Well I’m going to plump for horse Bobs Worth , even though confidence has been slightly dented in the build up to the big day. I think Silviniaco Conti is the main danger but here are my thoughts on the field.

Bobs-Worth

Paddy Power have gone crazy again, now 7/1 on Bobs Worth for Gold Cup, currently 7/4

 

No.
Colours
Horse
Form
Approx. Odds
Bet
Age
Trainer
Jockey
Rating
1

Bobs Worth

11-61

2/1

bet

9 Nicky Henderson Barry Geraghty
185
Bobs Worth returns to defend his crown and is entitled to be a short priced favourite in his bid for back-to-back victories. He put a disappointing reappearance in the Betfair Chase behind him when landing the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas in pulsating fashion. Unbeaten in five starts at Cheltenham, three of those victories coming at the Festival, Bobs Worth has never been headed when hitting the front. Anything close to last year’s performance would surely be good enough again. GET 7/1 AT PADDY POWER – SPECIAL OFFER
2

Cloudy Too

3-1012

50/1

bet

8 Sue Smith Jonathan England
165
Saddled by Grand National winning trainer Sue Smith, Cloudy Too has won two of his four starts this season, including the Rowland Meyrick Chase over Christmas at Wetherby. He found Captain Chris far too good in the Grade One Ascot Chase last time out and was well down the field behind Triolo D’Alene in the Hennessy Gold Cup. It would be a surprise if he’s good enough to make the frame in this.
3

First Lieutenant

3-3423

10/1

bet

9 MF Morris D J Casey
175
First Lieutenant has finished runner-up at the last two Festivals, behind Bobs Worth in the 2012 RSA Chase and beaten nine lengths by Cue Card in the 2013 Ryanair Chase. He then went on to land the Grade One Betfred Bowl at Aintree. Although he is without a win so far this season, a narrow second behind Bobs Worth in the Lexus Chase reads very well and the former Neptune Novices’ Hurdle winner does seem to come into his own at this time of year. He is one of two runners for Gigginstown Stud, who enjoyed their finest hour in this race with War of Attrition in 2006.
4

Houblon Des Obeaux

16143

50/1

bet

7 Venetia Williams Liam Treadwell
170
One of two runners for trainer Venetia Williams, Houblon Des Obeaux won the listed Silver Cup at Ascot in December. A likeable and consistent sort, he has finished in the frame on eight of his 13 chase starts to date, but whether he’s good enough to be competitive at this level is open to question. However, the Williams’ Grand National winner Mon Mome did spring a surprise when finishing third behind Imperial Commander in the 2010 Gold Cup at odds of 50/1.
5

Katenko

1-F443

66/1

bet

8 Venetia Williams Aidan Coleman
167
Although lower rated than his stablemate, Katenko was in good heart last winter, winning two competitive handicap chases at Sandown and Cheltenham, including a nine length defeat of subsequent Paddy Power Gold Cup winner Johns Spirit. A faller in the Hennessy Gold Cup won by Triolo D’Alene, he has yet to recapture that form this term and finished a distant third in the Denman Chase last time out at Newbury.
6

Knockara Beau

512512

66/1

bet

11 George Charlton Jan Falteksek
158
The veteran Knockara Beau is an admirable sort, winning 11 out of 46 races under rules, including five victories over fences. Two of those successes have come this term, so he retains plenty of ability, although he is unlikely to be good enough to trouble the main contenders in Cheltenham’s Blue Riband event.
7

Last Instalment

111/31

7/1

bet

9 Philip Fenton Brian O’Connell
171
Last Instalment showed plenty of promise as a young chaser, winning his first four starts over fences in the 2011/12 season, including two Grade One Novice events at Leopardstown, before getting injured. He returned to the track after a two year absence in January, before scoring in scintillating fashion in the Grade One Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown, beating Tidal Bay by eight and a half lengths. However, that was on soft to heavy going and the faster ground will not be in his favour.
8

Lord Windermere

31-876

33/1

bet

8 J H Culloty Davy Russell
161
Jim Culloty enjoyed tremendous success in the Gold Cup as a jockey, thanks to his amazing partnership with the legendary Best Mate. Now a trainer, he won the RSA Chase with Lord Windermere last year, but the horse has failed to fulfil that promise in three starts this season and was 26 lengths behind Last Instalment in sixth at Leopardstown on his latest start. Question marks remain over his ability at top level.
9

Lyreen Legend

423-55

40/1

bet

7 D T Hughes P Carberry
158
Dessie Hughes and Paul Carberry team up with Irish challenger Lyreen Legend, who is another that looks likely to just make up the numbers here. Runner up behind Lord Windermere in last season’s RSA Chase, he could only finish fifth behind Bobs Worth in the Lexus Chase and filled the same position in the Irish Hennessy Gold Cup behind Last Instalment last time out. Not quite up to this grade.
10

On His Own

176611

18/1

bet

10 W P Mullins Ruby Walsh
165
On His Own has been campaigned as a Grand National horse in the last two years, although he has fallen on both of his visits to Aintree to date. He has looked better than ever this season when landing the Thyestes and Bobbyjo Chase and his trainer Willie Mullins believes he deserves this step up in class to see if he can prove himself at Gold Cup level. He is an interesting outsider that could reward each way backers.
11

Silviniaco Conti

1F3-31

3/1

bet

8 Paul Nicholls Noel Fehily
183
Silviniaco Conti fell in this race last year when a well fancied second favourite, so we can only guess if he would have been good enough to challenge Bobs Worth. He subsequently failed to fire when third in the Betfred Bowl at Aintree and could only fill the same spot in the Betfair Chase on his seasonal reappearance. He then made amends in no uncertain fashion at Kempton, landing the King George VI Chase by three and a half lengths, turning the tables on his Haydock conqueror Cue Card. Trainer Paul Nicholls will have high hopes that Silviniaco Conti can emulate his other Gold Cup winners See More Business, Kauto Star and Denman.
12

Teaforthree

203-92

40/1

bet

10 Rebecca Curtis Nick Schofield
162
Another horse that was originally being aimed at the Grand National, where he finished third last year, Aintree remains the target for Welsh National runner-up Teaforthree. An out-and-out stayer that relishes marathon distances, he may find them going too quick early on, but will be running on when others have cried enough. He also has Cheltenham Festival form, having won the National Hunt Chase in 2012, so if there is going to be a shock he could run into a place at a big price.
13

The Giant Bolster

7-7U51

14/1

bet

9 David Bridgwater Tom Scudamore
172
A big priced outsider often makes the frame in the Gold Cup and The Giant Bolster was the surprise package two years ago when runner up to Synchronised at 50/1. He proved that was no fluke when finishing fourth in last year’s race behind Bobs Worth and beat Hennessy runner up Rocky Creek decisively by seven lengths last time out in the Argento Chase. Although not the most consistent horse, he deserves his place in this line-up and jockey Tom Scudamore has been bullish about his chances of finally landing the big one.
14

Triolo D’Alene

81-131

10/1

bet

9 Nicky Henderson AP McCoy
168
After scoring at 20/1 in the Hennessy Gold Cup, the Grand National was declared the main aim for Triolo D’Alene, but connections have since had an apparent change of heart. Winner of the Topham Chase at Aintree last season, he landed two of his three starts in the autumn, but has not been seen on track since his Newbury success. Still only seven years old, there could be further improvement to come and trainer Nicky Henderson thinks he could be the dark horse in the race, although it would be a surprise if his overall form was good enough to win this.
Selection: Bobs WorthNext Best: Silviniaco ContiEach Way: On His OwnLong Shot: Teaforthree

Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips 2014

Instalment can be there at the Last to beat Bob’s Worth

“Matthew Glazier is a betting industry expert, having worked for operators such as bet365, Betfair and Sporting Index. He is an expert on the Cheltenham Festival, having attending every meeting since 2003.”

It is 16/1 bar the first three in the latest Gold Cup betting following the news that Cue Card will miss the 2014 Cheltenham Festival, just days after trainer Colin Tizzard declared the horse for the blue riband race of the meeting rather than the Ryanair.

Cue Card was the winner of the Betfair Chase back in November before an impressive run in the King George, although the consensus was that the eight-year-old may have struggled to get the trip in this race, especially if the ground was soft.

While Cue Card started rowing at Kempton on Boxing Day, Silviniaco Conti was there to pick up the pieces, thus proving what a tremendous stamina horse Paul Nicholls has in his stables.

Conti looked to be running a decent race in the 2013 Gold Cup before falling towards the end of the contest, although some might argue that Ruby Walsh was already struggling to squeeze enough juice from his charge as they approached the formidable hill.

Nevertheless, there was everything to like about the King George triumph which franked the form of the Betfair Chase, although it was the horse’s first win of the season and came on heavy ground during a particularly wet spell during the festive period.

Jockey Ruby Walsh feels as though the race is a straight shoot-out between the front two in the betting, although he doesn’t give either horse the edge ahead of the three mile two furlong showdown.

“If I’m being very honest, I think it’s a match – Bobs Worth versus Silviniaco Conti, take your pick,” declared Walsh. “Bobs Worth is guaranteed to get the trip, Conti was tough in the King George and he came back to beat Cue Card, so I think, all things being equal, they’ll be the two heading to the last this year.”

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Bob’s Worth is the rightful favourite to retain his Gold Cup crown, having seen off his rivals twelve months ago with a fantastic run and the horse appeared to be somewhere near his best form at Leopardstown when winning the Lexus Chase.

The nine-year-old ran a stinker in the Betfair Chase although there were mitigating circumstances behind this poor performance and Henderson feels that his horse will take all the beating again.

Following the news that Cue Card will not run, Bob’s Worth has been trimmed into 7/4 on the outright market although his trainer has declared the race as an “open” one, citing Last Instalment as a danger in addition to Silviniaco Conti.

“The Gold Cup is very open. By and large it’s the same faces, although the horse who won the other day (Last Instalment) is interesting and beat First Lieutenant by further than we did.

“Silviniaco Conti is the obvious horse. He would have been close if he hadn’t fallen last year. With the Irish, I think we know where we are with them. Yes, Silviniaco Conti beat us at Haydock, but we’re better than that.

“You know if he’s in contention as they run to the second-last, there’s a pretty good chance he’ll finish his race off.”

Indeed, Last Instalment is as short as 5/1 with Coral to win the Gold Cup and the bookie clearly rate his chances considering he’s a best price 7/1 with BetVictor who offer Non-Runner No Bet for this championship race.

The nine-year-old had been away from the track for nearly two years before finishing third in a Grade 2 race at Thurles in January, although the Philip Fenton horse produced the goods at Leopardstown a month later when winning the Irish Hennessy Gold Cup in convincing fashion.

It was a run with plenty of wow factor, with the horse leading from the front and kicking well clear of horses such as Tidal Bay and First Lieutenant. As Henderson suggests, the winning distance of nine lengths over the latter might give Bob’s Worth trainer something to think about.

Fenton has recently been charged with possessing anabolic steroids and other banned substances, with the next court hearing scheduled for just after the Festival, although owner Michael O’Leary confirmed his horse will line up in the race providing the ground isn’t too quick.

 

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“Last Instalment will run in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, providing the ground is not good or faster,” O’Leary said. “He has glass legs and we wouldn’t risk him on fast ground.

“The timing of this whole episode is very unfortunate, coming so close to Cheltenham. It’s tough for Philip but we feel duty-bound to support him. Whatever substances have been found that is for Philip to deal with but there is no reason for us to doubt his innocence.”

What of the other Gold Cup contenders? We usually see a big-price horse in the frame for this race and Captain Chris is certainly capable of running a big race, with the ten-year-old not doing himself any justice in the race twelve months ago when finishing sixth.

The last two performances have been more encouraging for trainer Philip Hobbs, winning at Kempton in January and the Ascot Chase a month later, with a nineteen-length victory certainly cementing his credentials for the big race.

First Lieutenant has a lot of improvement to find if he’s to trouble the leading Gold Cup protagonists, although The Giant Bolster ran fourth to Bob’s Worth in last year’s renewal, having previously finished second behind Synchronised at massive odds of 50/1.

Victory in the Argento Chase means that Coral go as short as 14/1 about the nine-year-old, although bet365 are prepared to quote 22/1 about a horse that would prefer the ground to have plenty of cut in it.

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Cheltenham Gold Cup Runners 2014

So we come to the main event of the week the 2014 Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Runners and 14 horses will head to post. I have to say this year’s renewal looks one of the best for some time and it’s time for the talking to stop. So who are you with Bobs Worth or Silviniaco Conti  or perhaps even a new horse on the block?! Well I’m going to plump for horse Bobs Worth , even though confidence has been slightly dented in the build up to the big day. I think Silviniaco Conti is the main danger but here are my thoughts on the field.

Bobs-Worth

Paddy Power have gone crazy again, now 7/1 on Bobs Worth for Gold Cup, currently 7/4

 

No.
Colours
Horse
Form
Approx. Odds
Bet
Age
Trainer
Jockey
Rating
1

Bobs Worth

11-61

2/1

bet

9 Nicky Henderson Barry Geraghty
185
Bobs Worth returns to defend his crown and is entitled to be a short priced favourite in his bid for back-to-back victories.  He put a disappointing reappearance in the Betfair Chase behind him when landing the Lexus Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas in pulsating fashion.  Unbeaten in five starts at Cheltenham, three of those victories coming at the Festival, Bobs Worth has never been headed when hitting the front.  Anything close to last year’s performance would surely be good enough again. GET 7/1 AT PADDY POWER – SPECIAL OFFER
2

Cloudy Too

 3-1012

50/1

bet

8 Sue Smith Jonathan England
165
Saddled by Grand National winning trainer Sue Smith, Cloudy Too has won two of his four starts this season, including the Rowland Meyrick Chase over Christmas at Wetherby.  He found Captain Chris far too good in the Grade One Ascot Chase last time out and was well down the field behind Triolo D’Alene in the Hennessy Gold Cup.  It would be a surprise if he’s good enough to make the frame in this.
3

First Lieutenant

 3-3423

10/1

bet

9 MF Morris D J Casey
175
First Lieutenant has finished runner-up at the last two Festivals, behind Bobs Worth in the 2012 RSA Chase and beaten nine lengths by Cue Card in the 2013 Ryanair Chase.  He then went on to land the Grade One Betfred Bowl at Aintree.  Although he is without a win so far this season, a narrow second behind Bobs Worth in the Lexus Chase reads very well and the former Neptune Novices’ Hurdle winner does seem to come into his own at this time of year.  He is one of two runners for Gigginstown Stud, who enjoyed their finest hour in this race with War of Attrition in 2006.
4

Houblon Des Obeaux

 16143

50/1

bet

7 Venetia Williams Liam Treadwell
170
One of two runners for trainer Venetia Williams, Houblon Des Obeaux won the listed Silver Cup at Ascot in December.  A likeable and consistent sort, he has finished in the frame on eight of his 13 chase starts to date, but whether he’s good enough to be competitive at this level is open to question.  However, the Williams’ Grand National winner Mon Mome did spring a surprise when finishing third behind Imperial Commander in the 2010 Gold Cup at odds of 50/1.
5

Katenko

 1-F443

66/1

bet

8 Venetia Williams Aidan Coleman
167
Although lower rated than his stablemate, Katenko was in good heart last winter, winning two competitive handicap chases at Sandown and Cheltenham, including a nine length defeat of subsequent Paddy Power Gold Cup winner Johns Spirit.  A faller in the Hennessy Gold Cup won by Triolo D’Alene, he has yet to recapture that form this term and finished a distant third in the Denman Chase last time out at Newbury.
6

Knockara Beau

 512512

66/1

bet

11 George Charlton Jan Falteksek
158
The veteran Knockara Beau is an admirable sort, winning 11 out of 46 races under rules, including five victories over fences.  Two of those successes have come this term, so he retains plenty of ability, although he is unlikely to be good enough to trouble the main contenders in Cheltenham’s Blue Riband event.
7

Last Instalment

 111/31

7/1

bet

9 Philip Fenton Brian O’Connell
171
Last Instalment showed plenty of promise as a young chaser, winning his first four starts over fences in the 2011/12 season, including two Grade One Novice events at Leopardstown, before getting injured.  He returned to the track after a two year absence in January, before scoring in scintillating fashion in the Grade One Hennessy Gold Cup at Leopardstown, beating Tidal Bay by eight and a half lengths. However, that was on soft to heavy going and the faster ground will not be in his favour.
8

Lord Windermere

 31-876

33/1

bet

8 J H Culloty Davy Russell
161
Jim Culloty enjoyed tremendous success in the Gold Cup as a jockey, thanks to his amazing partnership with the legendary Best Mate.  Now a trainer, he won the RSA Chase with Lord Windermere last year, but the horse has failed to fulfil that promise in three starts this season and was 26 lengths behind Last Instalment in sixth at Leopardstown on his latest start.  Question marks remain over his ability at top level.
9

Lyreen Legend

 423-55

40/1

 bet

7 D T Hughes P Carberry
158
Dessie Hughes and Paul Carberry team up with Irish challenger Lyreen Legend, who is another that looks likely to just make up the numbers here.  Runner up behind Lord Windermere in last season’s RSA Chase, he could only finish fifth behind Bobs Worth in the Lexus Chase and filled the same position in the Irish Hennessy Gold Cup behind Last Instalment last time out.  Not quite up to this grade.
10

On His Own

 176611

18/1

bet

10 W P Mullins Ruby Walsh
165
On His Own has been campaigned as a Grand National horse in the last two years, although he has fallen on both of his visits to Aintree to date.  He has looked better than ever this season when landing the Thyestes and Bobbyjo Chase and his trainer Willie Mullins believes he deserves this step up in class to see if he can prove himself at Gold Cup level.  He is an interesting outsider that could reward each way backers.
11

Silviniaco Conti

 1F3-31

3/1

bet

8 Paul Nicholls Noel Fehily
183
Silviniaco Conti fell in this race last year when a well fancied second favourite, so we can only guess if he would have been good enough to challenge Bobs Worth.  He subsequently failed to fire when third in the Betfred Bowl at Aintree and could only fill the same spot in the Betfair Chase on his seasonal reappearance.  He then made amends in no uncertain fashion at Kempton, landing the King George VI Chase by three and a half lengths, turning the tables on his Haydock conqueror Cue Card.  Trainer Paul Nicholls will have high hopes that Silviniaco Conti can emulate his other Gold Cup winners See More Business, Kauto Star and Denman.
12

Teaforthree

 203-92

40/1

bet

10 Rebecca Curtis Nick Schofield
162
Another horse that was originally being aimed at the Grand National, where he finished third last year, Aintree remains the target for Welsh National runner-up Teaforthree.  An out-and-out stayer that relishes marathon distances, he may find them going too quick early on, but will be running on when others have cried enough.  He also has Cheltenham Festival form, having won the National Hunt Chase in 2012, so if there is going to be a shock he could run into a place at a big price.
13

The Giant Bolster

 7-7U51

14/1

bet

9 David Bridgwater Tom Scudamore
172
A big priced outsider often makes the frame in the Gold Cup and The Giant Bolster was the surprise package two years ago when runner up to Synchronised at 50/1.  He proved that was no fluke when finishing fourth in last year’s race behind Bobs Worth and beat Hennessy runner up Rocky Creek decisively by seven lengths last time out in the Argento Chase.  Although not the most consistent horse, he deserves his place in this line-up and jockey Tom Scudamore has been bullish about his chances of finally landing the big one.
14

Triolo D’Alene

 81-131

10/1

bet

9 Nicky Henderson AP McCoy
168
After scoring at 20/1 in the Hennessy Gold Cup, the Grand National was declared the main aim for Triolo D’Alene, but connections have since had an apparent change of heart.  Winner of the Topham Chase at Aintree last season, he landed two of his three starts in the autumn, but has not been seen on track since his Newbury success.  Still only seven years old, there could be further improvement to come and trainer Nicky Henderson thinks he could be the dark horse in the race, although it would be a surprise if his overall form was good enough to win this.
Selection: Bobs WorthNext Best: Silviniaco ContiEach Way: On His Own

Long Shot: Teaforthree

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Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips 2013, Bobs Worth to Win?

 

Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips 2013

3-20 Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup 2013

carl-harrisThis is the blue riband of National Hunt Racing, the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup. It has been won by some greats down the years and in recent times they include DENMAN and KAUTO STAR. Imperial Commander is now out and the sad demise of Synchronised, last year’s winner, means the only previous winner in this field is Long Run. This is the most wide open Gold Cup seen for sometime.

TRENDS- POSITIVES:

· 13 of the winners in the last 15 renewals had a previous run at a past Festival, which is 9% better than expected and 10 winners had either won or placed in a past Festival race from 103 runners, that’s 7% better than expected. Neither of those are massively strong statistics since past festival form horses are over bet, but it can’t be ignored when narrowing the field. · 8 of the last 15 ran in a Grade 1 race last time out from just 51 runners, which is 49% better than expected. · Irish Breds have won 12 of the 15, 34% better than expected. · If we add in Grade 2 last time out then 13 of the 15 ran in a Grade 1 or 2 last time out, 30% more than expected. · 12 of the last 15 were in the top 3 in the betting. · 10 of the last 15 ran at exactly 3 miles last time out · Horses winning last time out won 8 of the last 15 renewals.

A field of 11 horses contest the 2013 Gold Cup, competitive but there is no one stand out horse, all have questions to answer. These are the horses I see as the main players.

BOBS WORTH, cky Henderson thinks a huge amount about Bob’s Worth. Bred by his jockey Barry Geraghty it would be an extra special win for him. He comes here with just one run under his belt this season although that was a 3 ¼ length beating of Tidal Nay in the Hennessy Gold Cup, his Cheltenham record reads 1-1-1-1. Henderson’s record with horses at Cheltenham is second to none. Off a long rest is not no good. Bobs Worth is the favourite and rightly so!

SIR DES CHAMPS, also has an unbeaten Cheltenham and Festival but his form this year is not good enough to land this. Would need to improve on what we have seen.

SILVINIACO CONTI is the big hope and the up and coming chaser to fill the boots of Denman and Kauto Star. Nicholls is bullish and what he has done this season puts him in the mix. Could give Bobs Worth a race.

LONG RUN bids to regain his crown but vibes are not good. Cheek Pieces will be worn and he doesn’t look the horse of old. Won the King George, yes, but just, and should be not match for Bobs Worth or Conti.

Of the outsiders the each way play in the race is THE GIANT BOLSTER 14/1. David Bridgewater is a hard worker and he has trained this horse to get 100% out of it. If you put 100% in you reap what you sew. Placed in a Gold Cup already he has a real chance at value odds.

For me the outstanding two horses are BOBS WORTH and SILVINIACO CONTI. A pro bet would be to Dutch the two. Put a gun to my head and I will go for Bobs Worth

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