Horse Racing Betting – Cheltenham Festival Shaping Up

April 19, 2009


Online Betting UK asked:

Willie Mullins is looking to the Cheltenham Festival for Quiscover Fontaine after a solid victory at Limerick.

While Quiscover Fontaine does not have the recognition as same as stablemates Cousin Vinny, Hurricane Fly, and Mikael D’Haguenet, he has been looking impressive and a Cheltenham Festival appearance with good results could be in his future.

Quiscover Fontaine, a winner in the Goffs Land Rover Bumper at the Punchestown Festival for his debut last year, stayed back of the pack in the early going before gradually making his way to the front at the last jump. He won by one and a quarter lengths, conceding 10lb in the process.

Owner Brendan Doyle said: “We were happy enough with that as he really needs two and a half miles. We’ve been keeping him to two miles on this ground as he’s only just turned five and we don’t want to bottom him out.

“From here on he’ll probably step up in trip and he’ll get an entry in the Ballymore Properties and the Albert Bartlett.

“He could go for the Michael Purcell Memorial at Thurles on February 26.

“He’s been showing more at home in the last month or so.”

You can check out all the latest Cheltenham Festival odds at BetUK.

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