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There is no Big Bucks in action next week but the Irish mare Quevega’s record at the Festival is equally impressive and she’ll be bidding to win the David Nicholson Mares Hurdle on the opening day for the fifth time. The brilliant Sprinter Sacre, win of the Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy in 2012, will also be a short price to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase on the Wednesday. Simonsig, likewise, will almost certainly be odds-on for this year’s ‘Arkle’ having won both starts over fences. The grey won over hurdles at the meeting 12 months ago.
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Hurricane Fly, winner in 2011, is current favourite for the Champion Hurdle but has defending champion Rock On Ruby and the up-and-coming Zarkandar to beat. Cinders And Ashes could also be a lively outsider while the Cheltenham Gold Cup sees Long Run, winner of the Blue Riband race two years ago, bidding to claim his place at the top again against young pretenders Bobs Worth, Silviniaco Conti and Ireland’s Sir Des Champs.
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