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Horse Racing Trackers: Five Horses To Watch Include Some Potential Cheltenham Festival Contenders

In the 8th November edition of this column, I flagged Red Rookie who finished second in a competitive novices’ handicap; and while he is yet to run, I thought it would be worth noting that the form of that race has been boosted significantly with the third and fourth both winning since. Furthermore, Witness Protection, who beat Red Rookie that day, has had the form of his previous run franked too; he only faced three rivals when finishing second at Newton Abbot, but all three have won since. These two are certainly worth keeping onside when next seen.
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Route 152 (Limekiln Pike) Lane Closure Next Week in Cheltenham, Abington Townships

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA — Route 152 (Limekiln Pike) motorists will encounter a periodic lane closure between Willow Grove Avenue and Mount Carmel Avenue in Cheltenham and Abington townships, Montgomery County, on Sunday, November 28, through Thursday, December 2, from 9:00 PM to 6:00 AM the following morning for minor construction activities under a project to rehabilitate the structure that carries Route 152 (Limekiln Pike) over SEPTA’s Regional Rail Line, announced the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). Major construction on the bridge was completed in early November.
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Superdry to open boutique store in Cheltenham

Superdry has announced the opening of its first boutique store in Cheltenham. Set to open its doors on the Cheltenham Promenade on December 1, the store will showcase two of Superdry’s newest collections, Superdry Studios and Performance Sport. The Studios capsule uses materials with a reduced environmental footprint such as...
BEAUTY & FASHION
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REPORT: Wanderers 2 Cheltenham Town 2

Wanderers twice came from behind to stretch their unbeaten home run to five games as Xavier Amaechi and Elias Kachunga stepped out of the wings to take centre stage. Amaechi marked a thrilling full debut with his first Wanderers’ goal to level it up a first time for Ian Evatt’s men.
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Jonbon shows his Cheltenham credentials with hurdling debut victory at Newbury

Jonbon showed that his hefty price tag should not be an anchor of unachievable expectations when cruising to a six-length win on his hurdling debut at Newbury on Friday. The Nicky Henderson-trained gelding was immediately cut to 5-1 second favourite by the sponsor for the Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in March.
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Bolton striker Elias Kachunga earns point against Cheltenham

Elias Kachunga’s stunning strike denied Cheltenham victory as Bolton battled to a 2-2 draw in Sky Bet League One. The German striker struck in the 58th minute, cutting inside and curling a shot beyond the despairing dive of Robins goalkeeper Scott Flinders. Bolton were forced to come from behind twice...
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Cheltenham PD makes Armed Robbery Arrest

On Thanksgiving Day, the Cheltenham Police Department apprehended an armed robber at approximately 6:10pm at the Rite Aid store at 1401 W Cheltenham Ave. Police were responding to a report of an armed robbery in progress. When the police arrived, one saw a person leaving the store that fit the...
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How the odds for the 2022 Cheltenham Festival are shaping up

With the jump season beginning in earnest, it’s a time of excitement for fans of horse racing. Whilst the flat racing season gave us plenty of drama and entertainment, there is nothing like the unique thrills and spills of the National Hunt campaign. There are plenty of major fixtures coming...
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A small souvenir from Napoleon’s sister up for auction in Cheltenham

A rare and beautiful spinet gifted by Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples (1782-1839) goes under the hammer in Cheltenham on 14th December. The small piano, made of figured wood and lined with satinwood, was given to the current owners’ descendant George Hepburn. Family legend has it that George was Caroline’s lover in Trieste. The instrument has passed through various generations and has turned up for sale at The Cotswold Auction Company’s Christmas Auction.
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Tivoli Cinema, Cheltenham

The face of luxury film. Tivoli is a new breed of boutique cinema offering discerning movie lovers from the Cotswolds a full service experience. Annabel Harrison of design studio FARE INC took inspiration from the Cotswolds landscape to create a harmonious urban-country feel, portraying creeping vine motifs on upholstered cocktail chairs, hanging oversize brass petals over a 12 metre long green marble bar, and mimicked rolling country hills with undulating leather wrapped banquette seating.
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Lloyd Isgrove blow for Bolton ahead of Cheltenham clash

Lloyd Isgrove has added to Bolton’s injury problems ahead of Cheltenham’s visit in Sky Bet League One on Saturday. Isgrove limped out of Tuesday’s win over Doncaster with a hamstring issue, which has been confirmed as a grade-three tear and could rule him out for 12 weeks. To compound boss...
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Cheltenham Town Ladies - Southampton WFC head to head game preview and prediction

Southampton WFC have scored over 0.5 goals in their last 6 games. See below the last game results of Cheltenham Town Ladies and determine their current form and scoring ability. See below the last game results of Southampton WFC and determine their current form and scoring ability. The table below...
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City Of Festivals: Cheltenham’s Hidden Gem for Best Weekends

With over 25 annual international events, the charming town of Cheltenham in the Cotswolds is a city of festivals; an ideal destination all year round. And while Bath is probably best known for its 18th-century architecture, Cheltenham is actually known as the city of the Regency more complete. It was the first choice for 18th century holidays thanks to Henry Skillicorne who unearthed its beneficent thermal waters. Today, Cheltenham is a less traveled but equally satisfying city break option as Bath or Oxford.
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