Horses To Follow – National Hunt 20/21

2020-11-02T13:19:44+00:00October 14th, 2020|

Liam’s Horses To Follow – National Hunt 20/21 Season

Nicky Henderson

Shishkin is arguably the most boring horse in this list as it’s not like people didn’t see him win the Supreme Novices Hurdle. At the beginning of last season, I highlighted Shishkin in my Horses To Follow and highlighted the Supreme Novices Hurdle as the target. Honestly though my confidence waned during the season not in his ability but I was convinced Nicky Henderson was campaigning him with the Neptune Novices Hurdle as the target. The step up in trip and finishing strongly at Huntingdon still suggested to me that he will be in the intermediate […]

Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Tuesday Review

2020-03-26T16:47:11+00:00March 26th, 2020|

Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Tuesday Review

Here is Liam’s Cheltenham Festival 2020 – Tuesday review. Listen out for the horses that he highlights he feels will be worth following next season. These include a Champion Hurdle horse, a potential Ryanair horse and which horse he thinks should be dropped back in trip next time. Some of this was recorded BEFORE Irish Racing was also abandoned due to the Coronavirus.

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Horses To Follow – Day 1 of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival

2020-03-26T11:50:59+00:00March 10th, 2020|

Liam’s Horses To Follow – Day 1 of Cheltenham Festival 2020

Liam was tasked with finding just 1 horse to take out of each race from the Cheltenham Festival. Check out his Horses To Follow from Day 1 of the Cheltenham Festival below. He’ll be looking at them in more depth in upcoming blogs.

Supreme Novices Hurdle – Allart

Allart hadn’t had a competitive run until a very good 5th place today behind what I think were very good horses. I believe that Shishkin will be a leading player for the Arkle next season whilst Abacadabras will go close in a Champion Hurdle and these would have been obvious […]