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The Cheltenham countdown continues with four meetings to keep punters busy on Monday, including a seven-race jumps card at Leopardstown.
Fakenham and Southwell provide the jumping action in Britain, while Wolverhampton hosts the evening entertainment on the all-weather.
The versatile and thriving Uno Mas (3.10) has advertised the training talents of former jockey Christian Williams in no uncertain terms and bids for a four-timer at Fakenham.
Leopardstown (first race 1.30)
Hurdle - Soft, heavy in places (from yielding to soft); Chase - Soft, yielding in places (from good to yielding)
Good (GoingStick 6.9 on Sunday at 9.05am). Rail movements: 2.10 +90yds, 2.40 +148yds, 3.10 +136yds, 3.45 & 4.50 +113yds and 4.15 +123yds
Good, good to soft in places (from good) (GoingStick 7.1 on Monday at 6.30am)
2.50 Southwell Mr Love 4-1 (from 5)
3.10 Fakenham Uno Mas 9-4 (from 5-2)
3.35 Leopardstown Graineyhill 11-4 (from 3)
4.25 Southwell Roser Moter 4-1 (from 9-2)
What to back
What to read
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Ryanair Chase hope Waiting Patiently will not be running at the Cheltenham Festival and could be set for an outing in France in the spring.
Looking for festival inspiration? Relive Tom Segal's Q&A on all things Cheltenham last night.
What to watch
Ben Pauling will saddle a first Champion Hurdle runner next week with Global Citizen and has other exciting hopes including Kildisart and Le Breuil. Hear his thoughts on his festival team . . .
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