Monday February 17, 2020

Our canny Cheltenham tipsters win big for charity

Bets with bookie Boylesports raised €2,165 for Irish Autism Action

20th March, 2016
Annie Power: ridden to victory by Ruby WalshGetty

A huge thank-you to our top business people and shrewd judges of horseflesh who managed to pick five winners in the Cheltenham Festival, scoring a fantastic €2,165 in aid of the charity Irish Autism Action.

Many thanks also to bookmaker Boylesports, which kindly sponsored the bets.

Developer and racing aficionado Michael O’Flynn picked the Triumph Hurdle winner Ivanovich Gorbatov, while fellow developer and stud farm owner Luke Comer was lucky in the Champion Hurdle with...

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