Road To Cheltenham – Series 2, Episode 11 – (28/01/2021) – Racing TV

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With the Cheltenham Festival now less than seven weeks away, Lydia Hislop and Ruby Walsh reflect upon recent performances on the track from First Flow, Royale Pagaille, Allaho, Colreevy and more, while Ruby reshuffles his position on the Ryanair Chase and the pair preview the important contests coming up (if they can beat the weather) over the days ahead.

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