Klassical Dream, Al Boum Photo & more! Willie Mullins on his French Champion Hurdle & Gold Cup hopes

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Willie Mullins joins Mike Cattermole to discuss his French Champion Hurdle and Gold Cup teams, as he sends Klassical Dream, Al Boum Photo, Kemboy, Tornado Flyer, Burrows Saint and Franco De Port to Auteuil on the biggest day of jump racing in France – this Saturday and Sunday all live on Sky Sports Racing.

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