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Where Next For Frodon - The Ryanair Chase Or The Gold Cup?

Thursday 31st January 2019
Listen To Episode 43 Of The Jumps Racing Podcast
Listen To Episode 43 Of The Jumps Racing Podcast

Episode 43 of The Jumps Racing Podcast is a cracker as racing broadcaster and top tipster, Tom Lee, joins the show to offer his views on Presenting Percy and plenty more.

Before the Cheltenham races, there is the Dublin Racing Festival to enjoy this weekend as Leopardstown hosts a corker of a meeting. Tom picks out his three to follow, while your usual hosts - Chris and Sean - run the rule over the Irish Gold Cup and Irish Champion Hurdle.

It's not all about Ireland this weekend as there is also a competitive renewal of the Scilly Isles Novices Chase to enjoy, while all eyes will be on Buveur D'Air as he bids to getting back on the winning trail in the Contenders Hurdle at Sandown.

The Jumps Racing Twitter account has been buzzing with questions from our followers and the lads do their best to answer some excellent queries, including whether Barry Geraghty is a contender to win the top jockey title at Cheltenham Festival, is Tiger Roll THE banker of the Festival, and should Frodon be going to the Ryanair or the Gold Cup in March?

The podcast's A-To-Z series of national hunt racing cult heroes continues with the letter 'N' this week. The selection is a favourite of the Welsh who produced arguably the greatest Cheltenham Festival upset of all time when winning the Gold Cup from a starting price of 100/1...

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