Britain avoids Cheltenham whitewash
Victory of Missed Approach was modest consolation
There were cheers of the self-mocking variety in the Cheltenham press-room yesterday as Britain avoided what would have been something very humbling: going through an entire day at Cheltenham without a winner trained in the country. It had never happened before.
The victory of Missed Approach, who denied an Irish-trained pair as the three of them went clear up the hill, was modest consolation for the British: they trail 15-6 in the Prestbury Cup, with...
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