The Jumps Racing Podcast: Three Cheltenham Questions Answered And A Look Ahead To The Grand National

The Jumps Racing Podcast: Three Cheltenham Questions Answered And A Look Ahead To The Grand National
15:50, 28 Mar 2019

The Jumps Racing Podcast is back with a bang this week as the countdown to the 2019 Aintree Grand National hits top gear.

Our hosts, Sean Raymond and Chris Knight, have returned from their post Cheltenham break with another packed show which is once again brought to you by The Sportsman.

Cheltenham may be done and dusted for the year but there is still time to look back on the Prestbury Park spectacular with the lads talking Altior, Presenting Percy and Espoir D'Allen after their varying degrees of success.

Rather than just looking back, there are some heated debates as the team discuss just how good the Champion Hurdle winner is and whether or not Altior will win the King George next season.

Has Presenting Percy missed his best chance at Gold Cup glory?

There is also a look back at the brilliant career of the recently retired Noel Fehily, the A-to-Z of jumps racing cult heroes series continues with the letter T and great memories of a former Arkle and Lexus Chase winner who was capable of brilliance on the race track.

Finally, the countdown to the Grand National hits full swing with Aintree just over a week away in Liverpool. There is a round up of all the big news with Tiger Roll, Vintage Clouds and One For Arthur all coming under the microscope ahead of the world's famous steeplechase.

The Sportsman is delighted to be sponsoring the best horse racing podcast on the market this season and with the Grand National now just days away, this is the time to join the fun.

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