Unibet Morgiana Hurdle (Grade 1) – Racing TV

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A look back at Abacadabras’s thrilling victory in the Grade 1 Unibet Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown This is the official YouTube channel of Racing TV. Racing TV is the UK’s leading horse racing channel showing live racing from the best racecourses in Great Britain and Ireland. Subscribe to Racing TV’s free YouTube channel and get closer to the sport we all love. We will bring you unmissable moments from the world of racing, exclusive interviews and highlights from our specialist shows. So, if you love horse racing, this is the YouTube channel for you ► https://bit.ly/2RHbyMa You can also find us on Sky 426, Virgin Media 536 (411 in Ireland) or Freeview 261. Click here to find out more – https://t.co/xkJ0xBrDcm Also watch Racing TV at racingtv.com, the iPhone iPad app, Android app and mobile website. Click here to download the app – https://t.co/CwcklwUMHs

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Racing TV (formerly Racing UK) is a British television channel with 34 racecourses as shareholders and fixtures from 61 racecourses broadcast live on its output. The station is dedicated to horse racing broadcasting over 70% of all live racing from Britain and Ireland, including nearly 90% of all Group and Graded races.

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Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George’s Channel.

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Punchestown Racecourse is located in the parish of Eadestown, between the R410 and R411 regional roads near Naas, County Kildare, in Ireland. It is known as the home of Irish Jumps Racing and plays host to the annual Punchestown Irish National Hunt Festival. The racecourse itself is right-handed with an undulating hurdle and steeplechase track. The hurdle course is one mile six furlongs in distance while the chase course is 2 miles. Punchestown Racecourse also has the only cross country banks course in Ireland.

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