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Grand Annual Chase Tips

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2019 Grand Annual Chase Ante-Post Tips

BUN DORAN (25/1 BetVictor) kicked off the new season with a sparkling display here at Cheltenham, bounding to a comprehensive victory when carrying 11-10 on his back. A month later, Bun Doran returned to Prestbury Park and looked set to claim a second successive victory, only to be denied by a fantastic late charge by Ozzie The Oscar.

George decided to skip Cheltenham last year, but the previous season Bun Doran ran in the Close Brothers, where he secured a good sixth-place finish. Good ground is clearly his preferred surface, but the fact Bun Doran stays further than two miles should be extremely beneficial should he enter the Grand Annual and a mark of 148 would see Paddy Brennan’s mount handed a favourably mark near the top of the weights.

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See all of the 2019 Cheltenham results here and look back at the winners of all 28 races. 

The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Steeple Chase Challenge Cup

Friday’s traditional curtain closer is the Grand Annual, a two-mile handicap chase which offers entrants the chance to win a valuable prize in the final minutes of the Cheltenham Festival. While many would expect one of the Championship races to be the oldest race of the Festival, the Grand Annual is, in fact, the most historic, having first been run way back in 1834. 

This fact makes the Grand Annual one of the most valuable handicaps in all of National Hunt racing and all trainers and jockeys involved will be desperate to end the Cheltenham Festival on a winning note.

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