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History can often repeat itself and connections of Cue Card will be hoping that is the case at next month’s Cheltenham Festival following his impressive success in the Betfair Ascot Chase today. After winning the Grade One prize in 2013, the Colin Tizzard-trained gelding went on to strike in the Ryanair Chase at Prestbury Park, and while that race is not on the agenda this term a second tilt at the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup most certainly is. Placed just behind the pace-setting Royal Regatta, the market leader jumped boldly throughout before producing a magnificent leap at the fourth-last to join forces with the long-time leader.
Former Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner Charismatic has died at a thoroughbred retirement farm in Kentucky. Old Friends farm says the chestnut horse that won the first two legs of the Triple Crown in 1999 was found dead in his stall Sunday. Old Friends President Michael Blowen says everyone at the farm near Georgetown, Kentucky, is "pretty much inconsolable." He says Charismatic deserved a much longer retirement. Charismatic arrived last December after a long stud career in Japan. Charismatic's Triple Crown bid ended when the horse fractured his left foreleg with an eighth of a mile to go. Charismatic finished third. Doctors said the fracture could have proved fatal, and they praised