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Brought to you by www.horseracing.net, the Jumps Racing Podcast is a weekly look at all things Jumps racing, as we progress through the 2019/20 National Hunt season, and ultimately build up to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, and the Grand National at Aintree.

Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon each week as they discuss the big Jumps racing stories as they happen, while they'll also be previewing and reviewing the big races, and providing some expert analysis from the likes of Kerry Lee and Jeremiah McGrath to boot.

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Brought to you by www.horseracing.net, the Jumps Racing Podcast is a weekly look at all things Jumps racing, as we progress through the 2019/20 National Hunt season, and ultimately build up to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, and the Grand National at Aintree.

Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon each week as they discuss the big Jumps racing stories as they happen, while they'll also be previewing and reviewing the big races, and providing some expert analysis from the likes of Kerry Lee and Jeremiah McGrath to boot.

    Defi Du Seuil v Altior | Cheltenham Festival Trials Day preview | Jumps Racing Podcast #12

    Defi Du Seuil v Altior | Cheltenham Festival Trials Day preview | Jumps Racing Podcast #12

    Bobby and Nick are back for the latest edition of the Jumps Racing Podcast, as the 2020 Cheltenham Festival creeps ever closer...

    We review all of the weekend's action, and talk about the Champion Chase picture after Defi Du Seuil's win in the Clarence House Chase - is the now the one to beat?

    Vintage Clouds was an emphatic winner of the Grade 2 Peter Marsh Handicap Chase at Haydock Park, and Nick caught with Trevor Hemmings' racing manager Mick Meagher after the race to hear about his Grand National plans.

    We had a brilliant response to the debate about the prospect of a five-day Cheltenham Festival, and both Bobby and Nick read out some of the best views. This week's topic is all about the BHA - what do you think about Nick Rust's decision to step down, and who should replace him? Get in touch!

    Finally, we look ahead to Cheltenham Trials Day on Saturday, and preview both the Cotswold Chase (which is a Gold Cup Trial) and the Cleeve Hurdle (which is a Stayers' Hurdle trial). The potential runners include Santini, Delta Work, Bristol De Mai, Paisley Park and If The Cap Fits!

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    • 48 min
    Is Kimberlite Candy a Grand National hope? | Fergal O'Brien interview | Jumps Racing Podcast #11

    Is Kimberlite Candy a Grand National hope? | Fergal O'Brien interview | Jumps Racing Podcast #11

    Join Bobby and Nick for the latest edition of the Jumps Racing Podcast!

    We look back on a busy weekend of action, as Warwick produced plenty of clues for both Cheltenham and Aintree. Kimberlite Candy was an impressive winner of the Classic Chase, and Bobby and Nick discuss his Grand National credentials.

    We also chat about Andy Dufresne's Cheltenham credentials after he got back on track at the weekend, plus review Frodon's thrilling win at Kempton.

    We hear from Fergal O'Brien, who chats to Joe Tuffin about the secrets behind the sublime season he's having, and reflects on the Imperial Alcazar appeal.

    We also debate the arguments for and against a fifth day at the Cheltenham Festival, and would love to hear your views. Get in touch with us @HorseRacing_net on Twitter or in the comments below to tell us whether you'd welcome or hate an extra day at the Festival.

    Finally, we look ahead to the weekend's action, which includes the Grade 1 Clarence House Chase at Ascot, and a highly entertaining card up at Haydock Park.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    • 35 min
    Envoi Allen for the Champion Hurdle? | Steve McManaman on the Gold Cup | Jumps Racing Podcast #10

    Envoi Allen for the Champion Hurdle? | Steve McManaman on the Gold Cup | Jumps Racing Podcast #10

    Join Bobby and Nick for the latest episode of the Jumps Racing Podcast, after an informative weekend for the novice hurdlers.

    We look back on the Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown, and at which race the winner Fiddlerontheroof will likely head for at Cheltenham.

    Meanwhile, we chat about the Lawlor's of Naas winner Envoi Allen, and whether the Champion Hurdle is a realistic target for him or not this term.

    We're also joined on the podcast by Liverpool, England and Real Madrid legend Steve McManaman, who's a keen racing fan and gives his views on the current Cheltenham Gold Cup situation.

    Bobby then chats 'under-rated' racecourses, and gives us a few suggestions after a real buzz about the topic on our Twitter feed last week, with three making his shortlist.

    Last but not least we take a look ahead to Saturday's Classic Chase at Warwick, which has a track record of being an indicator for the Grand National at Aintree.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    • 39 min
    2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup picture | Tolworth Hurdle Preview | Jumps Racing Podcast #9

    2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup picture | Tolworth Hurdle Preview | Jumps Racing Podcast #9

    Join Bobby and Nick as they look back on a hectic Christmas period, which included the King George, the Savills Chase and the Welsh Grand National.

    We also hear from both Phil Kirby and Richard Hobson, after important wins for Top Ville Ben and Lord Du Mesnil.

    We then look ahead to the weekend, and Saturday's Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    • 37 min
    King George VI Chase Preview | Danny Mullins interview | Jumps Racing Podcast Christmas Special

    King George VI Chase Preview | Danny Mullins interview | Jumps Racing Podcast Christmas Special

    Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon for our Christmas special, as they we look ahead to a hectic festive period!

    We’ve got so much to get through, including a look at each of the King George VI Chase at Kempton, the Welsh National at Chepstow and the Savills Chase at Leopardstown - plus an in-depth look at the novice chasing division, and an intriguing Grade 1 contest at Limerick.

    We hear from our very own Kerry Lee, who calls up for a chat about all things racing with Nick. We reminisce about her breakthrough success in the 2016 Welsh National with Mountainous, before getting a quick update on Happy Diva, and chatting about topics including the trial of new race timings, and the decision to reverse the bans of seven jockeys after the London National at Sandown.

    Also on the line is jockey Danny Mullins, who provides an exclusive insight into the festive plans at Closutton. We get updates on plenty of Willie Mullins’ key stars, including Faugheen, Kemboy, Al Boum Photo and Chacun Pour Soi.

    Last but not least we hear from our columnist Ed Quigley, who provides us with a plethora of fancies in what’s a furious few days of betting opportunities. His fancies include runners in the King George, the Welsh National and the Savills - while he also chucks in a couple of long-range prospects for Cheltenham.

    We’ll be back in the New Year to chat about the Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown, but in the meantime, make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings, and check out our brand new site, HorseRacing.net, for news, features and thoughts - plus all the latest UK and Irish racing results as they go in.

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Cheltenham International Meeting preview | Joe Tizzard interview | Jumps Racing Podcast #7

    Cheltenham International Meeting preview | Joe Tizzard interview | Jumps Racing Podcast #7

    Join Bobby Beevers and Nick Seddon as they review another scintillating weekend of action, headlined by the Grade 1 Tingle Creek at Sandown, which was won by Defi Du Seuil…

    We also chat about what we saw at Aintree, including the Becher Chase, which was won by Walk In The Mill for the Robert Walford team. We hear from winning jockey James Best immediately after the race at Aintree, who has a chat with Nick outside the weighing room.

    Nick was also able to grab a chat with Joe Tizzard, the assistant trainer to Colin Tizzard, who was very pleased with the 2018 Gold Cup winner Native River’s winning return in the Grade 2 Many Clouds Chase, and talks through his potential plans for the season.

    We then turn our attentions to the weekend's action, which is headlined by the December meeting at Cheltenham. We talk through both the Grade 2 International Hurdle, and the deeply competitive Caspian Caviar Gold Cup.

    Last but not least, proud Yorkshireman Bobby talks us through the action up at Doncaster on Saturday, which features two potentially informative Grade 2 contests.

    Make sure you're following us on Twitter at @HorseRacing_Net for all of the latest news and features on the Sport of Kings.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

pbl87 ,

Spot on every time!

What a great listen every week. Humorous, insightful and hugely entertaining. The perfect solution to a long commute to work. Keep up the cracking work lads as it puts a huge smile on my face every week. 👍🏻👌🏻

Abacadabras ,

Lack of Content

Huge drop off from last year. Need to improve alot as plenty of other very good racing podcasts out there. Nick Seddon talks alot but doesn't say anything. Just states what we have all seen and what we all know. The link up to Bet Victor is damaging as they're prices are truly awful, getting a bookies price is utterly pointless and time wasting, we all access oddschecker! And who cares about the race assessment of the VC rep he is clearly clueless. He is barely out of school and probably Victor's nephew or something so his job should be read the prices and that's it.

Oxfordcarrot ,

The best NH podcast

What’s happened? The new presenters are nowhere near as good as last season.

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